Good s***. I'm happy with that. It's time for them bonus tips. You're probably wondering why this looks like s***. Here's the bonus tip right. Crack your iso all the way to the max have some bad camera movement. N then actually go back in time and make it look like the hand held that your mom used to film you with. It's like the VCR effect. And you can even look up some plug ins and effects. What you're doing is pretty much downgrading your footage to give it that vintage retro look. I've seen it in a lot of other videos lately. And that's what I'm gonna do right here. So that's the bonus tip. Alright everyone I'm gonna put a link in the description to the music video that I was shooting through out this tutorial. It is B-Lils "Cold Streets". I want to encourage you guys to go out there and use some of these tips come back to this video and leave a comment and let me know which tip was the most helpful. Again, we filmed this entire music video and tutorial pretty much in my backyard, in my garage, my driveway, right infront of my house with the street light, n then 1 block down the street in McDonald's parking lot and then the last scene was just in the middle of the road. No excuses. If you enjoyed this video, please give it a thumbs up. Drop a comment let me know which tip was the most helpful for you. Share this video with a friend. Hit subscribe and the bell to be notified for future uploads. Cracka Lack TV. We out. Hi and welcome to All About Podcast Promoting your podcast may be limited to text transcripts, quotes and audio snippets, So today, we're going to add another into the mix and that is, audiogram videos. Yes, you heard it right and although a quick search on Google may give you something not podcast related it's actually just a matter of a bad naming choice, I guess. We'll probably have to call it something else to avoid confusion. So don't forget to leave your suggestions on what you think it should be called. Audiogram videos actually gained traction when WNYC released their open source Audiogram Generator meant to "provide podcasters, radio professionals, producers and audio makers a super easy way to share their work across social platforms including Facebook and Twitter. So what this audiogram generator does is it turns mp3 and wav files into video files. And that's what I'm going to show you today. So what I did is I recorded a short snippet. And then we'll go through the steps, one by one. So you can create your own audiogram video which you can post on your YouTube and social media channels.