Jen Anniston: “SmartWater Viral”

Leslie, I’m just loading this as an example. Ideally and for best visibility on the web, I’d recommend that you create a youtube channel for your clips, and set it up for high def videos and tag them using the keyword terminology that you want to be found under.

Leslie, I’m just loading this as an example. Ideally and for best visibility on the web, I’d recommend that you create  a youtube channel for your clips, and set it up for high def videos and tag them using the keyword  terminology that you want to be found under. Then, embed those videos here in the control panel in the video tab.

Use the ‘tags’ of each posted video to show it on the home page. I’ve create a tag called: ‘featured’ that you can use to tag your videos. This will automatically show them on the home page. You can set up new tags in the Theme Options panel. You’ll see the tag box on the right hand column of the edit video page.

About Leslie Ekker

Les Ekker is a Visual Effects Supervisor, Commercial Director and Creative Director with 13 years experience in supervision, but over 32 years experience in Visual Effects. He started as a VFX designer, and animator in 1979 on "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", then began working as a Model Maker on Bladerunner, and subsequently on dozens of other films, commercials and special venue projects. Ghost Busters, Poltergeist 2, Close Encounters, 2010, Buckaroo Banzai and many more. In 1993 he joined Digital Domain, and worked on True Lies, The 5th Element (uncredited Model Supervisor), Titanic (Model Supervisor), Apollo 13 (Model Crew Chief, nominated for the OSCAR, won the BAFTA), and Dante's Peak (uncredited Model Supervisor). He began supervising commercials at DD and worked as a VFX Sup' for 10 years, leaving to become the Creative Director of Zoic Studios. He is now freelancing in Visual Effects, Commercial Direction and Creative Direction, with an emphasis in 3D Stereoscopy and forward thinking projects.

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