“La Gozadera” – Gente de Zona and Marc Anthony (Music Video)

The music video “La Gozadera” with Gente de Zona and Marc Anthony has had 689 million views since it’s release on 5 June 2015 to YouTube.

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Published to YouTube on Jun 5, 2015

Gente De Zona – “La Gozadera” [Official Music Video]
Gente De Zona’s album “Visualízate” is available on these digital platforms:
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/Visualizate
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/VisualizateGP
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/VisualizateAm
Spotify: http://smarturl.it/VisualizateSp

Follow Gente De Zona:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gentedezona
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gdzoficial
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gentedezona
Official music video by Gente De Zona performing “La Gozadera.” (C) 2016 Sony Music Entertainment US Latin LLC / Magnus Media LLC

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“What Do You Love” by Seeb featuring Jacob Banks (Music Video)

Below is “What Do You Love” — an uplifting, inspiring, and positive music video performance by Seeb featuring Jacob Banks.

“What Do You Love” is a song from Norwegian production trio Seeb, featuring vocals from British singer Jacob Banks. The song was written by Jayd Alexander, Hannes Netzell, Christian Olsson, Espen Berg, Simen Eriksrud, Christoffer Huse, and Trond Opsahl, with the latter four handling the song’s production. It was made available for digital download on 14 October 2016 through Sky Music, Island Records, and Universal Music Group. (source)

For the best viewing experience, view in full screen (option in lower right corner of video window) and close any ads that appear by clicking the small ‘x’ box in the upper right corner of the ad.

Concert Performance Version

Lyrics Version

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“Great Big Storm” by Nate Ruess – Iowa City Video

Introduction

The Convention and Visitors Bureau in our area launched a promo video through YouTube on 9 December 2015. Within 24 hours it already had over 10,000 views. About a week later, the views were over 25,000 with a 98% satisfaction ratio.

The featured song and theme is “Great Big Storm” by Nate Ruess which conveys the abundance and diversity that comes together in Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, and surrounding area. Further commentary is below.

Enjoy and share!

Broad Use and Application

The video is a great resource for employers, businesses, educators, realtors, web designers, and anyone wanting to share a glimpse of the opportunities in this area.

The YouTube version embeds nicely and looks great on just about any platform. The Vimeo version is also excellent.

A Non-Profit Community Resource

This is a ‘first of its kind’ project that’s receiving national attention (see the visitor map below).

Most videos of this quality and scope are developed for a narrow purpose with a specific business or commercial purpose in mind. This video was produced as a service to the entire community and made available free of charge.

With it’s general branding, this video is a valuable community asset that can be embedded on social media or websites for a variety of purposes.

Community Videos Done Right

Think about this… In just about any metropolitan area, hundreds of businesses, organizations, non-profits, groups, and individuals could conceivable have need for a generic video like this one.

Rather than have all of them independently contract with a firm to produce such a video, it really makes sense for a public interest organization (like the Convention and Visitors Bureau) to help facilitate the production of such a video.

It enhances the way people view our community, and that benefits everyone. To the extent that businesses want to enhance their brand image, a video like this one helps achieve that.

About the Producers

The video was a community collaborative project guided by the skilled team at DPD Productions. You can visit DPD Productions on Vimeo to view their recent portfolio of work consisting of 90 professional videos. Follow DPD Productions on Facebook for the latest news.

Best Practices

This video sets a standard for how to produce a high quality metropolitan area welcome video. For producers, here are some elements to make note of:

  • Activities and Movement. The video predominantly features people engaged in activities, rather than footage of things.
  • Broad Use.  In any video like this one, some people will feel left out wondering why one restaurant or golf course is featured rather than another. The think to remember is that a video like this one is presenting a few highlights from the area. It’s not an ad for any particular business. If anything, it’s an ad for an entire metropolitan area. Given the mix of video images, the average viewer isn’t going to walk away from the video with a particular business in mind. They will have an overall impression about an area. That’s the goal.
  • Diversity. One of the mistakes made when producing video or print materials is that the resulting content is narrowly representative of whoever is producing it. Their close circle is represented rather than the community being represented. Diversity is either forgotten about, or there’s an awkward over-compensation that results in a dozen friends depicted with each person of a distinct and different nationality or race. This video strikes the right balance or presenting organic representative diversity that is reflective of what a person would experience when visiting the area.
  • Contextual Aerial Views. When presenting a broader metropolitan area, it’s helpful to cut from wide open shots to closeups. This offers context. To achieve overhead visuals, tall poles can be used (like a big selfie stick). When combined with being on a truck, and using image stabilization, it’s possible to create a floating effect. Drones can also be used, but certain regulations and safety guidelines must be followed. This video was produced by professionals very experienced with drone flight who followed the best practices with regard to their operation.
  • Great Music. The music used in any promotional video is a very important part of setting the mood. The Great Big Storm song featured in this video is upbeat, positive, and uplifting. This helps create a context for the overall message.
  • Open Branding. Imagine getting to the end of an amazing movie, and having no credits scroll by. That would be impossible, right? There’s usually a list of a hundred people who want credit for their contribution to a project. So, it takes a lot of setting egos aside to create a video with no specific business recognition. Yet, this is very important for any video to be used broadly and effectively by everyone.
  • Real People – Not Actors. One thing you’ll notice about the video is that while some of it seems to have been planned, the footage is not staged. It’s mostly taken from actual events and features real people, not paid professional actors who have been brought in from somewhere else. This results in a real genuineness and sincerity that is conveyed through the video. It’s particularly important in this video, since genuineness and sincerity is part of the message.

Video Views

Below is the view trend for the video in the first week after launch, beginning with 10,000 views at 24 hours after launch.

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Lightning Tent by Wildlife

First published to YouTube on 16 December 2013

The official video for Wildlife’s newest single – Lightning Tent, from their new album “On The Heart”, in stores and online now! http://goo.gl/O6VFF

Sunjack by Happyman – Selfie For The First Time! Nepal in 4K

Filmed in 6K on the Red Dragon using the Glidecam HD 4000 for stabilizing, and exported to YouTube in 4K. Film by Devin Graham. Edited by Devin Graham using Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Cloud.

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Until The End – Jalen McMillan

Press Release

Jalen McMillan Fans Shatter Vimeo’s 24 hour view Record, Trends Worldwide

Miami, FL – October 17, 2014 – “Until The End”  (http://vimeo.com/109018448) Jalen McMillan releases The “Up” inspired short film to critical acclaim to critics and fans, breaking the small video sharing website Vimeo’s record. The previous record, held by “Biting Elbows” had an astonishing 111,371 views generated in the first 24 hours.

Directed by Roberto Mario & co-directed by Jalen McMillan & Felix Alexander Riano, the 4 minute short film features a young love turned for the worse. “I got the idea after watching the opening scene of the Disney film “UP” one rainy night at my Miami house and I was greatly inspired,” said McMillan. “I wanted to create a video just like that, only better. And I did so. I used to dream about a girl and when she died, I wrote the lyrics for her. I wanted to write the greatest love song of all time.” “In 1155000 millenniums, I want people still enjoying & hearing this song.

In “Until The End”, McMillan creates a heavily synthesized dreamscape that provides a backdrop for lyrics that speak poignantly of what could have been. In the tracks 2nd half, the production deconstructs-rather brilliantly- into a straight forward beat & pulsating synthesizer, with magical like filters endorsed into your brain. This is the official first video from his debut EP “Genesis” released July 1st. “Until The End” is Produced, Directed, Written and Performed by Jalen McMillan. “Until The End”, is available at all major online retailers, including iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and others.

He set a lofty goal for himself of becoming “The biggest entertainer in the world of all recorded time”, a target that he’s well on his way to achieving. Fans can connect with McMillan via his official website. They can follow him on Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, YouTube, Instagram, Vimeo and Google +. The artist enjoys hearing from fans around the world and welcomes questions and comments.

The release of McMillan’s latest recording provides fans with a haunting and intimate insight into the artist’s psyche. Well known for his unique and innovative use of subtle chords and synthesizers, “Until The End” is already a popular song on the internet with well over 9,500,000 plays and is well on its way to becoming McMillan’s next big hit.

McMillan can be reached by email through his manager, Daniel Rosenberg, at JalenMcMillanManagement@gmail.com.

Kind Regards,
Daniel Rosenberg
Fri-Mon 6:30AM – 5PM CDT
Leading Manager

 

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Dance Thief by Con Bro Chill – Bike Parkour San Francisco

ABOUT

The information below is from the original post page on YouTube. Thanks to Makur for finding this video.

Published on Dec 10, 2013

Watch the behind the scenes we shot with Ford in the link below!
http://youtu.be/9hHuqHzhP-4

I got to work with some of the best Trials bikers in the country take on the City by the Bay in the Fusion Energi and CMAX Energi. In cars powered by battery and gas, these bike-ridingthrill-seekers go further than you can imagine with the help of a company that is all about MPG AND http://www.ford.com

Super thanks to Ford for making this video happen! Video wouldn’t have been possible without Ford, and the amazing athletes we got to work with.

Main athletes featured in the video are:
Tim Knoll – BMX rider http://www.youtube.com/dactylorbitingida
Jeremy VanSchoonhoven – Trials Riders
Zak Maeda
Casey Holm
William Hendrickson

Music by Con Bro Chill, song called “Dance Thief”
Their music is amazing, so make sure to check it out on iTunes in the link below!
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dan…
Check out their music video for the song here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgMweT…

Film by Devin Graham
Producer: Buddy Enright
Edited by Parker Walbeck
Cinematographers: Devin Graham, Parker Walbeck, and Jared Cook

Filmed on the Canon 1DC, Canon 5D Mark III, and GoPro3.

Sound design by my friend Dan Pugsley. This guy is amazing!
http://www.danpugsley.co.uk
We used Mark Warner’s phantom camera. You can contact him via email to rent his amazing super slow motion camera in the link below.

And last but not least, make sure to follow me on twitter and facebook, it’s the cool thing to do these days 🙂

https://www.facebook.com/devinsupertramp
http://twitter.com/devinsupertramp

For business enquires ONLY, contact me here: devinsupertramp@gmail.com

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One More Time by Scott & Brendo with Lords of Gravity in 4K

ABOUT

The following is from the original video posted to YouTube on 3 September 2014. Thanks to Makur for finding this video!

Watch the Behind the Scenes in the link below!
http://youtu.be/ST5CeJomhNY

Lords Of Gravity is the acrobatic dunk team in this video, check out their youtube channel and social media!
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLords…
https://www.facebook.com/LordsofGravity
You can contact them for business at lordsofgravity@gmail.com

Filmed in 4K!

Free download of the song “One More Time” by Scott & Brendo:
http://on.fb.me/1m5Ygme

Featuring Travis Van Hoff from Van Lady Love:
https://www.youtube.com/user/vanladylove

Connect with Scott & Brendo:
Facebook: http://facebook.com/scottandbrendo
Youtube: http://youtube.com/scottandbrendo
Instagram/Twitter: @scottandbrendo

Thanks Porto di Roma (http://portodiroma.com, http://romabrokerage.it) and THE SPOT for the locations.

Film by Devin Graham at 6k with the RED Dragon downscaled to 4k and with the Phantom Miro at 1000fps at 1080 upscaled to 4k with the Glidecam HD 4000 for stabilizing.

Edited by Parker Walbeck using Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Make sure to follow me on instagram, facebook, and twitter, it’s the cool thing to do these days 🙂

It’s also where I let people know how to be involved in my videos.

https://www.facebook.com/devinsupertramp
http://twitter.com/devinsupertramp

For business inquiries ONLY, contact me here: devinsupertramp@gmail.com

What A Wonderful World With David Attenborough — BBC One [FULL HD]

Originally Uploaded to YouTube on Dec 9, 2011 by David Daniel Wouters.

Originally uploaded by the BBC on Dec 7, 2011 on their youtube channel: youtube.com/bbc re uploaded for everyone thats not located in the UK and can’t view it there. So, here you go:

Original description

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcone/ A celebration of Natural History on BBC One with David Attenborough.