If you want to put some video content on your blog, the first thing you should ask yourself is: How? The most popular way of doing so nowadays is by embedding the video from a platform such as YouTube – in which case you’ll want to upload your video to the platform that you choose and then embed it from there.
Of course there are other alternatives too – and you could upload the video directly to your self-hosted blog and either allow people to stream it, or give them a download link that they can use. However if you’re using this method you’ll find that it could be slow to load, and may start to take its toll on your bandwidth.
Depending on which option you choose, you will have to prepare your video content in different ways. For embedded videos that are being hosted on video sharing platforms it is important that you follow the recommended settings of the platform that you’re using. If that format is MP4 then you may need a MP4 converter.
Using Movavi Video Converter to prepare your videos for a video sharing platform is easy. It comes with numerous presets that will help you to optimize your video for any platform, so all you need to do is add the video, choose the preset you need, and click ‘Convert’.
If you are self-hosting your video content however it can be more complicated as you may need to optimize the resolution, bitrate, frame rate, and format so that it doesn’t consume too much bandwidth. Fortunately Movavi Video Converter will let you do all that too – with just a few clicks.
In addition to making it easy for you to ensure your video content is the right format and fully optimized regardless of how you want to publish it, Movavi Video Converter will also let you tweak it in other ways. Its features will allow you to enhance the video quality, cut and combine video segments, and much more.
Frankly speaking you can even help prepare your other media files too with Movavi Video Converter – including your audio and image files. It can be used to create animated GIFs that are great for blogs too, and extract audio tracks from videos or grab screenshots from them as well. In short – it should give you everything you need in a nice and easy-to-use package.