Create a Vlog - Create a Vlog: What You Do
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After you record the video with your Webcam or alternate recording device, you'll need to upload the file to the site you're using to warehouse your clips (YouTube, etc.). Now your video is on the Internet, but it's not necessarily a part of your vlog. Access the video you've uploaded and play it through to be sure it's working properly.
When you're ready to post the video on your vlog, simply copy the embed code. On YouTube, this code will appear near the bottom right of the video clip. Other sites may offer the code at the end of the video itself. Copy this and paste this code right into your blog's HTML editor.
Each video clip is a new post, and should be arranged and presented the same way you'd present text-based blog entries. If you have any place to present your blog (WordPress, LiveJournal, etc.), you can post video clips instead of text. Because you're using the HTML code for your video, there's no reason you can't insert this into a text editor. Any regular blog can become a vlog when you're got a place to upload your video and you capture the embed code. Presenting and creating your vlog is actually pretty simple, especially if you're already familiar with maintaining a standard blog.
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