In my PLR4WP video sets where I update them when WordPress decides to make changes or “improvements”, there are a couple ways I go about making the updated versions of an existing video.
The easiest and least time consuming method for ME is to simply record an entirely new video, create the graphics, produce the different video formats, and get the transcripts.
However, there are several of you (my customers) that use the transcripts to re-record the audio track and take the time to sync your new audio track to the original video track. You then render the video in your web-ready format.
Merging a local site with a live site that has changes on both, well that can be a bit more tricky.
With that in mind I set out to find a solution.
What I found was a few different solutions and all of them were technically challenging to say the least. Of course if you’re a programmer or you are familiar with command line interface (CLI), then what I consider to be technically challenging, you may consider to be child’s-play.
So I did some tinkering and I think what I came up with will work in most every situation where, 1. You have worked on a site locally and
2. That same site in the Continue reading →