If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then a video should be worth at least a million, right?
The crawler information as shown on the two samples above can be customized for your organization. There is no cost.
Many clubs, councils, federations, and organizations hold demonstration and exhibition dances throughout the year. By toting along a computer and a monitor or two, you can display attractive promotion videos to help draw attention. By providing constant contact information on the video, you’ll be able to reach more potential students.
Fill out the form below and provide me with the information you’d like on the crawler. As a suggestion, you may want to consider leaving the information as generic as possible. For example, don’t include a specific contact PERSON, a specific DATE, or specific class LOCATION. This way, the video can be reused even if that specific person leaves the organization, the date passes, or the venue changes. Provide contact information which is unlikely to change, i.e., a website URL, or a generic contact email address.
Once the customization has been completed, you’ll receive an email providing you with a link to download the video(s). You can choose between the two formats or get both if you wish. Again, there is no cost whatsoever.
The first video of video montages is 31:00 minutes. Each video segment is between 30 and 45 seconds and includes original sound. The completed video will be between 3.7 GB to 4.0 GB in size.
The second video of photo montages is 30:09 minutes. There are approximately 450 pictures in the montage. The completed video will be between 1.7 GB and 2.0 GB in size. Special thanks to Tony Oxendine for allowing me to use Royal Records’ music throughout this video. Give Tony a big Yellow Rock the next time you see him!
Each video is in MP4 format. If you don’t have a good video player on your computer, download VLC Player. It’s completely free, works on every kind of operating system, and it can display any kind of video. You can download VLC player by clicking here. Both videos have sound, but if you don’t want the sound, simply turn your monitor speakers off.