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Hey everyone thanks for tuning in. chances are you just saw that little 15 second introduction there if you didn’t skip the first 15 seconds or so. And as you can see by the title this video is going to be about how to make your own introduction for free extremely easy.
Now keep in mind, this is just the amateur kind of wave doing it. It’s not like flash or anything. It’s not going to be extremely customizable but you will get results like I showed you right there in my last video or my last introduction like you just saw.
So I’m going to get through it on my screen capturing software and show you guys exactly how I do it and then pull up the actual introduction itself. So thanks for watching.
All right there are few steps to doing this in the first place. The first thing you’re going to do is go on open up any web browser and you’re going to go to www.anymoto.com that is the first thing. You are going to get to this anymoto website and the first thing you want to do is sign up.
I've created an account already so I would just sign in and I will take you through this whole type of process in a second. So when you hit sign up its just going to ask you for your email address, name, a little bit about you, date of birth,-- etcetera and then you put in a little security code and the you sign up.
So what I’m going to do sign in really quick so hold. I’ll close to the video and this is what it looks like when I signed in. You can see I have several drafts in anymoto of my actual introduction video and this is my final draft here which you saw at the beginning of this video.
So what you are going to do once you’ve signed in and you know you’re done with the confirmation, email and everything, we’re going to hit the Create Video button where you can do several things.
First thing you are going to do when you create a video is select Yes whether you’re not going to create a short 30-second video or full length video. I did a 30-second short, so just click on that.
First thing I did was get images from My Computer. Now you saw that I took a number of images from my webcam and from my digital camera and that’s the images that I uploaded from my computer. It will pull up the documents in going to your pictures and everything and upload the video.
While uploading the pictures from your computer, so for the videos hit the upload button so I just upload one little picture I guess one second and I found my picture I want to control click a few of them and it opened.
So first, it will upload all three files. Make sure they are not too big, make sure they’re not more than 5 megabytes per image or they won’t work. So now we have the pictures that we want. We will re-arrange the order of the pictures, change it like that. We can change which one we wan to drop out and actually delete them. We can add text videos if we want to and we can add more and delete. So once we have the three in order that we want, we just hit Continue and yes I know it’s going to be a little short but I’ll hit okay anyway. Now you’re going to select your music.
Again, you can select this Upload From Your Computer or you can select from their collection. What I would select from their collection because I was kind of wary about the possible copyright -- so what I just did was random electronic because the first one—A Night and A Dark by John Kelly.
So now I hit the Select button and this is the soundtrack information, so I just hit save and continue and last but not the least this is isn’t any method of short which means you can’t go half speed or full speed and then you choose the video cover screen which fine with this being which one you want to be the cover screen.
Next, you hit Continue and type in a title and a description. To produce a name, create video. This were the patience part comes in. All you got to do is to virtually initializes this. It goes through al these steps that you see here and finish this around your video. When it is done, it will send your email with the link to your video. So I’ll show you what it looks like when the video is done.
All right. This is what it looks like when the video is done uploading. If you haven’t received an email it will email you. You just hit the Play button. As you can see, I’ll just pause it here. It actually puts in transitions for you. Now, it’s a very short movie obviously but it puts you on a transition for you and they are pretty cool they go with the music. It will be a little bit smoother in real life obviously. And there if I pause it, it says A Title which is the title created by Mark S. Brownly etcetera. So, that’s pretty cool but I actually does that.
So now it’s here in my video. So if I hit the My Videos button and in mode the projects, here it is. So the next step to creating this as your YouTube actual introduction is clicking on this video going to Info and I’m going to Info. First thing is you got to play and so it opens up the player and going to pause it and on the bottom here you see export to YouTube. That’s the first thing I did. So now you’ll see and I’m just going to email from anymoto saying “Here Is Your Link.”
So, now you’ll see when you upload it, export it to YouTube, I’m just going to go to my YouTube page really quick and run. You should hit that Subscribe button. Press the Subscribe button and here is my official intro right there.
This is the actual video. You have the URL up in the top box. But obviously, that doesn’t make the intro to all your videos does it? So the second step I will do a later video on this is how to download the videos using YouTube downloader.
I was able to actually downloaded the video. I've cut out the ending part that says the whole anymoto thing and I've cut that out in windows movie maker and then I set that as the beginning in HD to everything on my videos.
So I hope that helps you guys. That is the way that I made my introduction and that’s hopefully the way you can make yours. If you like this tutorial or if you have any other tutorials just go ahead and subscribe and shoot me an idea and I will do my best. Thanks for watching. Peace.
One last thing, I actually mentioned that this was also request by YouTube user known as Uknome so I’ll go ahead and check out this channel that’s in the description box and I actually subscribe to zero because they’re pretty good.
So yeah. Thanks for watching guys and I hope this tutorial was really helpful. Again, shoot me your ideas. I do whatever video you ask me or whatever your question is. So thanks for watching. Peace.