If you want to boost the visual aspect of your podcast and increase your audience engagement, you can add a video to your content. This will help your audience to connect with you, the host and get a more personal feel for your show.
There are a number of different ways to record your podcast video in a video format. Some are more engaging than others and some will make it easier to reach a new audience on platforms like YouTube or Vimeo.
In-studio recording is a popular way to record a video podcast because it creates a more authentic and intimate connection with your audience. However, this method can be time-consuming and can be more difficult to edit than other methods.
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Interviews are another great format for podcasting in a video format. These podcasts usually feature a single host who interviews people and/or topics that fit with a certain theme. Think The School of Greatness or Serial.
B-roll is a common format for podcasts in a video format and can be a great way to bring a story to life. It can be a mix of actual interviews or animated videos.
Static image video podcasts are a less involved version of this format and can be easy to create. This method requires only video editing software to turn your audio file into a video that “plays” over a static image.
This method can be the easiest way to publish a video podcast on platforms like YouTube and Vimeo. It doesn’t promote as much engagement or attention as the other options, but it’s a great way to get started with video podcasting.
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