Amateur Video Netiquette

Social video netiquette. Hence, social code of User Generated Content (UGC) motion picture networks. So, conventions to reach an audience. Accordingly, most of it is for fun.

Then, how we broadcast our self. Thus, content, comments, and shares. Hence, cultural expressions with consumption.

Time needed: 45 minutes.

Amateur Video Netiquette Rules

  1. No Violence

    Do not depict humans hurting each other.No Violence Social Video

  2. Feedback

    Constructive criticism.Constructive Criticism Social Video


    Be nice.Comments Social Video

  4. Credits

    Share sources.Credit Sources

  5. Actors

    No paid performers.Free Actors

Social Video Netiquette

Engaging content customs. So, guidelines focus on inclusion of viewers. Hence, inclusive is not offensive.

It is fun. Consequently, exclusive is for a select audience. Also, both types are popular on networks.

Given, conventions for producing content may appeal to anyone. Then, tactics exist for finding an audience of followers.

Amateur Film Definition

Social, amateur requires a shoot. Next, edited. On one hand, one person. Also, a small group of people. Specifically for the web.

There are many subcategories of this type of content. Fan movies for online consumption. Extensions of big budget films made by fans.

All digital can become online. Given, it is a digital network. So, uploads are required. Networks exist from user uploads of content.

Topical content is for everyone. Fan films are for an exclusive audience. There is a lot of content in between.

Networks are social. Social networks with video as a theme. There is professional content on these networks.

Popular users become semi-professional when they generate money from ads. The entertainment factor on these networks is largely amateur. Comedy is popular.

Finally, watch cartoons related to our topic in general. Given, provides background for good engagement. Also, some theory.