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08.08.2014 14:51

KarmaTube's Video of the Week

Casa de Paz (House of Peace) - a film by Michelle Moore 36th. Avenue in the Fruitvale district of East Oakland, California, is the turf of three major gangs. Yet the residents of Casa de Paz never lock their doors. Anchored by Pancho Ramos Stierle and Adelaja Simon, Casa de Paz is part of a group of several homes that form an intentional community of peace and nonviolence in an area rife with structural and physical violence. In order to serve their community, they live with the people - laugh with them, cry with them, and eat with them. They embody "giftivism" - practicing radical acts of generosity that changes the world, one heart, one home, one block at a time

30.07.2014 13:33

Son Lux. “Lanterns Lit” is ethereal yet heavy

SON LUX'S VIDEO FOR "LANTERN'S LIT" IS SO BEAUTIFUL THAT YOU'LL PROBABLY CRY WHILE WATCHING

29.06.2014 15:29

Watch "Hey You". Funny

Sometimes you need a proper ladies night to forget that stupid guy ever existed. And DEFINITELY don't text him.

28.06.2014 15:40

Freedom Inc.

KarmaTube video - Watch - Be Inspired. Act, Watch this short film - Freedom Inc.: Dropouts Being the Change

28.06.2014 15:29

Surf through the air on a Flyboard

This is a great looking internet video commercial for a really really cool product. The surfboard Hoverboard you have only dreamed about is real. Gravity-defying Hoverboard floats through the air and looks so surreal. The Hoverboard contraption trails behind a boat and gains propulsion above the water.

26.06.2014 15:11

Making it In America

Best Videos Hosted at Vimeo - This is a top staff pick. It is great little film. As a teenager, Alma Velasco had dreams of finishing school and getting a degree in El Salvador. But her dreams were shattered by the dangerous conditions created by the El Salvadorian civil war which first broke out in 1979, and lasted for almost 13 years. Alma's mother lived in fear for the safety her children, and although it meant she may never see her daughter again, she made the difficult decision to send Alma to cross the border into the United States. After surviving the trip, Alma, only 16, a new reality quickly set in -- she needed to restart her life in a challenging and complicated new world

25.06.2014 11:04

Funny Video - Learn how to post your opinions on the web

Posting and You... a funny yet educational guide to newbies just starting to post their opinions on the web - as well as for those more experienced...and who should know better. Guide to forum etiquette and how to use online forums.

16.06.2014 10:56

Why does fast food look so ugly?

This is a great video. Fast Food ADS vs. REALITY Experiment by Mediocre films. Funny, clever and even better, inspirational. Don't settle for ugly fast food

14.06.2014 14:54

7 Viral Videos You Didn't Know Were Hoaxes

Don't believe everything you see on YouTube. With a little creativity, good acting and some technical skills, you can make a video that can fool almost anyone.

14.06.2014 11:17

Ten Terrifying Parasites

Are you about to go on a trip to a foreign country? Visit the jungle? Go to a third world locale? Or maybe you are just a little too preoccupied about what you could get? A bit squeamish?

13.06.2017 16:39

Video is going to overwhelm the internet

Ok, it is no big surprise. But the Cisco numbers never fail to impress. Video will grow from 73 percent to 82 percent of all internet traffic. Top-level indicators include the projected increase in Internet users—from 3.3 to 4.6 billion or 58 percent of the global population[1], greater adoption of personal devices and machine-to-machine (M2M) connections—from 17.1 billion to 27.1 billion from 2016- 2021, average broadband speed advances—from 27.5 Mbps to 53.0 Mbps, Over the forecast period, global IP traffic is expected to increase three-fold reaching an annual run rate of 3.3 zettabytes by 2021, up from an annual run rate of 1.2 zettabytes in 2016.

17.04.2017 21:15

How to transfer and digitize your old VHS tapes

This CNET article shows you how to transfer and digitize your old VHS tapes. Do it now, before the tapes totally disintegrate. The DIY Method. You need a analog converter that converts your analog video/audio signal into a digital signal. There are lots of them and they are not expensive.

16.04.2017 18:35

How to enjoy streaming content online

Yes Google is getting back to the point where they can make a ton of money selling ad space on YouTube (along with your online activity data) but they have ambitions like everyone else. It's their own streaming video/movie/content channel. Ok it's not Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sky or Rogers but it's only $35 a month (whooppee!). My issue is that there is too much really insanely great indie filmmaker work out there to bother with the YouTube stuff. At NAB everyone will be hustling their solutions and hoping to gawd everyone doesn't get on the iNet or airwaves at the same time. Fortunately industry executives will get right on that little problem next month and by the time we're all needing a video fix it will be there...they hope.

11.04.2017 18:09

How to Shoot Great Video - from Consumer Reports

How to Shoot Great Video - Digital cameras, action cams, and smartphones are very portable and let you capture high-quality footage in a variety of settings. Great overview article from Consumer Reports Magazine

11.04.2017 17:50

Vimeo 360: the new home for immersive storytelling

Vimeo 360 is here. Now you can upload 360 videos in stunning high quality, dig into 360 Video School lessons, find inspiration on our curated 360 channel, and oh so much more.

11.04.2017 17:35

How to Get Connected in Cuba

Like many of you, I live on the web and need (well think I need) to be constantly connected with my tech clients throughout the world. How would I manage this while traveling in Cuba?

01.04.2017 20:08

How to get people to see your film or video

Indie filmmakers learn a lot from their mentors, their peers, film schools, almost everyone they meet - new ideas, new techniques, new solutions. The produce super entertainment for people around the globe to enjoy. What I haven't heard too often is getting their creative work seen by real people. And today with so many viewing options and a dizzying array of content...how do you market it to keep your film work in front of eyeballs to enjoy (and pay for). Nicole and Chris Sobchack's recent release of a hilarious episodic series ,Please Tell Me I'm Adopted! gives you an inside view of what it takes to produce the film of your choice and get it seen. See what Nicole and Chris learned along the way as well as their sequel and future filmmaking plans.

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