Assuming you have a video camera and are already familiar with digital editing of, say, your home movies, setting up a video blog involves four primary steps. First, you need to sign up for services with a blog host. Blogger.com is one of the most popular, it's free, and it offers video blogging support. Second, you need to sign up for image hosting services with a host such as Flickr.com. Third, you need to upload your video the an Internet archive. Finally, you need to create an RSS feed with enclosures (in other words, the video). For more information on this process, visit Videoblogging.info. This forum offers tons of resources on how to set up a video blog.
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