- Film without background noise.
- Your spoken explanation must be heard clearly.
- Try to avoid windy environments.
A sometimes overlooked consideration is the sound quality of your film. There is nothing worse than delivering the perfect script, to only have it ruined by the sound of passing traffic or a TV in the background.
When choosing a location to film your clipflip video try and select an area that is quiet and free of any intrusive sounds. Also, make sure that you speak in a slow and clear manner, taking care to explain every detail of the task in hand, although what you are explaining may be simple to you, it might not be so easy for others to follow.
If you are filming outdoors, try to avoid areas with lots of traffic, large crowds or even heavy winds. You would be amazed at how sensitive some phone microphones are, and what might seem like a quiet breeze to you, will sound much louder on your clipflip video.