Share Your Great Trip—Make a Video!

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August 15, 2012

One of the amazing benefits of an RV trip is the opportunity to see a wide variety of places and people. Photographs are the standard way of capturing these people and places to show friends and family, but sometimes a photo can really fall flat. One of the best methods to save your RV Trips and experiences for prosperity is to make a video. While on the road, it can be hard to keep in touch with family and friends back home. But by making your own trip video and sharing it, you can stay connected to other people and share with them your adventures. All you need is Internet access while traveling.

The best way to make a video is by using the site YouTube. YouTube is primarily a video hosting website, and it is the most popular video website in the world. This website can be used to upload personal videos to the internet which can be viewed by the public or only by those you choose to share it with. Internet access while traveling is widely available, and uploading videos from a laptop is quick and easy. YouTube can also be accessed with all smart phones with internet capability. It even features compatible resolution to the phones screen size which is handy for on the fly video capturing and sharing.

Another handy feature YouTube offers is a social network which is included in the video posting world. With this feature, anyone can subscribe to your video page and receive updates when you upload a new video, make comments or rate the quality of your work. You can select a public option or allow only a select group to view your video uploads. When people subscribe and become a fan of your videos, more and more people will see the videos and your fan base will grow. This is nice when you are a video enthusiast and wish to have a large, increasing fan base. You can also choose to share them with only a small group of select people that you want viewing your projects.

Internet access while traveling or RVing is becoming easier to find every day. Most campgrounds and RV parks offer Internet access. YouTube is a superior video hosting site with HD capabilities and fairly speedy upload times. If you are a traveler or site seer that wants to stay in touch and show off your video projects, YouTube is the site for you on your next RV trip.’

To ensure that your video footage is exactly what you wanted, hook up camera to your RV’s television.

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  2. Bill Pinegar

    Just a thought on publishing this video record – unless you are a full timer I am not sure it is a good idea to make it public – folks can know your home is unoccupied – shouldn’t be that way – but it is!