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I would add one other thing. In most cases you should keep it under about three minutes. If you need more than that, consider creating multiple scripts/videos. Time your script against the action to see any glaring spots where there are more words than action (or vice versa)
On Wednesday, October 1, 2014 1:21 PM, kafkascampi <kafkascampi -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
When I do a script (as I am in fact procrastinating doing this very moment)
I make a table, with the left side Script and the right side Action. I put
one sentence in each row and usually (but not necessarily) an action to go
with it. This helps visualize how the video will go, what you'll be showing
on the screen at all times.
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