In order for your video submission to be reviewed you will need to follow each step in this document. If you do not follow the steps, you may be contacted regarding any
issues. You may be contacted within 48 hours about your video regarding its status. Not all submissions will receive a response due to high frequency of submissions. :)
1) When editing and rendering out your video please use the files linked in the School! branding kit ( http://goo.gl/rwG5rM ). The most important things is to use the watermark & intro. If you
are unsure how to use the outro please contact the Channel Manager (Anthony@Freedom.tm) and he will assist you. Worst case we will re-edit your video and add it in for the time being.
2) When rendering and recording you need to make sure your video is at a minimum of 720p (preferably 1080p if available).
3) Make sure you have quality audio, and have removed any background noise which would impede on your videos overall quality.
4) Upload the video to your channel as "unlisted". Our upload process involves us pulling down the videos from YouTube then posting them on School!. Once the video is live on the School! channel you can delete the video from your channel. if 1080 or higher please use Google drive or Dropbox.
5) Once you have completed steps 1-5 fill out the upload form below
- When filling out the form it is very important you follow the listed instructions, and be sure to take time when adding your tags. To ensure you gain the most exposure from your video(s) make sure you correctly use: titles, tags, and descriptions. If you have any questions please contact the Channel Manager
6) Share your work with the world via social media such as Twitter, Facebook, etc.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Check the School! channel before making a video to make sure the video hasn't already been created on the channel. We can't have 10 people review the iPhone 6, unbox the Nexus 7, and review the blue yeti. So check with the channel and look up the video you plan to create. There is room for overlap if someone has covered the same topic 3-6 months prior as methods and practices may differ but check with the channel manager if in doubt.
Most importantly, have fun! :)