So I think my first ever solo livestream went well - no technical difficulties, no hiccups... and was only 16 and a bit minutes long (if you include the intro and outro)!
My ever supportive partner in crime watched it and said that I explained things really clearly, and he feels confident that he could jump in and use the app based solely on my video, so ACHIEVEMENT = UNLOCKED!
I am pondering what I should do for my next livestream... am thinking of doing a demo, compare, contrast and follow-me of how I created my show intro and outro in two different apps (for all skill levels):
Thinking a good theme for the next show would be a positive word/image association project.
What would really interest me is to see what people's experience is with using Adobe Spark vs Adobe Rush. Rush is available to try for free and export a couple of videos to see how you like it before you commit, and I would be really, really interested to see what people think... and how easy they find each product to use!
What do you think? Is this a good idea for my next livestream? Should I do them once a month? Once a fortnight? Leave a comment below, or 'at' me on Twitter @ErinRaethke.
My day job includes designing, developing, writing, copy editing, creating and delivering training resources for staff and students (including video capture/editing and voice over/other post-production work for multi-modal resources). In my spare time, I like to take pretty pictures.