Recently the lovely folks at Wistia asked me to do an AMA on their community and I said yes right away. I've been a huge fan of Wistia for a long time now (I even went to their conference a little while ago) so doing this for them was a no-brainer.
Anyway, the basic format of it was to record a little introduction video to tell people what to expect from the AMA and what kind of questions they should ask me (obviously they could ask me anything, but this would give the audience a little direction to begin with).
Here is the video I made to introduce myself to the community:
This would also be the first Wistia AMA to be live-streamed, so that definitely stepped things up a little. It would mean talking to myself for half an hour, but once again, I didn't want to miss the oppurtunity.
The AMA happened today (9th July 2014) and here is the finished result:
Feel free to watch it above or head over to the AMA page to see it in context.
I'm hoping that you enjoyed it because I really had fun chatting about video to like-minded people. I also noticed that the answers to these questions just came out as soon as I read them. It's so easy to forget that experience has taught me loads of things I just take for granted until someone actually asks.
If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below!