PLR Video Re-purposing Tips
This demo video first shows you an example of a re-purposed plr video then shows you the tools, items and the process to get to that end result.
There are several reasons why people purchase private label or white label videos.
Two reasons that come to mind are reselling and as a shortcut to product creation.
I’ll cover the ‘reselling’ reason in a future post but for now I want to talk about using PLR videos for product creation.
I want to preface this post by saying there is little if any instant steps involved in re-purposing content of any kind. It will take some effort whether the effort comes from you or you outsource it.
The thing is though, when you compare the effort involved in re-purposing versus creating from scratch, it is pretty darn close to effortless.
Okay, with that out of the way, this PLR video re-purposing tip will use the audio transcripts from the video, a newly recorded voiceover .wav or .mp3 file and some screen-grabs from sections of the original video.
This can be entirely done with free tools if you need to, but I’m using Camtasia Studio 8 to put everything together, Snagit for the screen-grabs, PowerPoint 2010 for the “PPT Slides” and Audacity for the newly recorded audio voiceover.
By the way, when I want to try and do things on the cheap, one site I refer to often is http://alternativeto.net/ When you get there, top right corner of the page is a search box where you enter the name of the program you would like an ‘Alternative’ to. Many of the results are open source or free options.
When I get the time, I’ll put together a demo using all free tools but for now this is it. That being said, all the premium tools I use in this demo have a free trial or evaluation version so no more excuses. Your Welcome 🙂
So watch, learn & take action.
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Thanks for checking this out and please take action on what you’ve learned. The more often you do something (most of the time) the easier it gets.
– Steve D.