Question On Topics When Motovlogging

Mar 9, 2018
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#41
Revive!

I have both some ideas that I have in mind and a specific thing I'm trying to record, and the random freestyle life vlog. I try to edit out (still working on shortening videos...) the random stuff that adds excess minutes.
 

MasterSpin

Ride Hard-Die Free
Nov 1, 2017
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I ride a
2015 mv agusta 800 dragster rr
#42
Cutting out all the footage is not easy, you want to share the ride but theres to much material, doing part 2 and 3 is a option if your first one garners any interest for some reason none of my part 2 videos do as well as part 1 I have a hard time keeping my motovlogs under 15 mins.
 

Adrian

@YouMotorcycle Everywhere
Apr 6, 2018
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I ride a
2006 Harley-Davidson V-Rod Night Rod
#43
I kind of hate myself for saying this, because it sounds cliche, and I'm pretty sure that twat who wrote The 7 Skills of Highly Effective people said it, but... "Begin with the end in mind."

What is the goal of your vlog?

  • Are you just trying to make a video of your ride?
    • Do whatever you want
  • Are you trying to entertain your visitors?
    • Follow the traditional three part narrative:
      • Tell them what you're gonna do/tell them/show them
      • Create conflict (obstacle, challenge, dilemma, whatever)
      • Do the thing / tell the thing / show them the thing
      • Tell them what you just did/said/showed
  • Are you trying to inform your visitors?
    • Educate them efficiently
      • "Make haste, slowly"
      • Explain, give additional detail, but watch it three times and cut out whatever is unnecessary after three cuts.
Of course, I've only made 4 motovlogs, so what do I know haha
 
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