As an actor myself, I have found it devastating when my shows were canceled. After all the hard work I had put in, it was upsetting for it to go to waste. I wanted to find a solution to this problem. (Enter A Virtual Christmas) That is why I created A Virtual Christmas. A completely virtual pageant. I wrote this show to be practiced and performed all online! The scenes were written for one actor (except for one scene that includes an actor's siblings) to be pre-recorded then live streamed or simply shared with the cast and crew later! If you aren't a great editor, don't worry! We offer a hassle free editing service! All you do is send us your videos and we edit them together for you! A Virtual Christmas is a great alternative to canceling your pageant. This show has many comedic moments, great for the whole family to enjoy! I hope you enjoy performing A Virtual Christmas! If you have any questions, please feel free to click on the Contact Us button below or email us at: email@example.com
I can't wait for this Virtual Christmas!
A Virtual Christmas!
The All Virtual Christmas Musical!
When you're filming A Virtual Christmas it can be easy to feel like your video is not great. But here are some tips to share with your cast that will help you version of A Virtual Christmas to be visually beautiful.
The last tip is to just have fun. Don't get wrapped up in the videoing and loose sight of the rest of the musical! I hope you find these tips helpful!
Have a wonderful Virtual Christmas!
Did you purchase our hassle free editing service? If so, you were asked to convert your videos to MP4 before uploading. Keep reading to learn how to do this!
What are MP4 files? MP4 files are a high-compression (space saving) video format that works great to send us your files! Here are the steps to convert your videos to MP4 files.
First time only:
a. Download VLC Media player if you don’t already have it downloaded. You can download it at this link: https://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html
b. Open VLC.
c. In the top menu, click “Tools”, then “Preferences”.
d. Click on the “Input / Codecs” tab at the top.
e. Under the “Files” section, beside “Record directory or filename”, click on the “Browse…” button.
f. Choose an empty folder, or create one, for your converted files to be saved to. Make sure to take note of where this is, because your converted files will be saved here.
g. Close and open VLC Media Player for the changes to take effect.
Every time you want to convert a file:
a. Move any files you want converted to the folder you created above (you can do multiple files, or single ones).
b. In the top menu, click on “Media”, then “Convert/Save”.
c. Click add on the right side of the pop-up box.
d. You can select 1 or more of your videos that you need converted.
e. Click “Convert/Save”.
f. On the dropdown box beside the word Profile, choose “Video -H.264 + MP3 (MP4)”.
g. Click the checkbox that says “Append ‘-converted’ to filename”.
Note: if you selected only one file, you will then need to click on Browse at the bottom right, navigate to the folder you created earlier, and name your file, then click save.
h. Click start.
i. Wait while VLC converts the files. (You can tell by watching the very top – if it says Converting… then it is still loading, but if it says VLC media player, then it has finished loading.)
j. Browse to the folder you set up earlier to find your converted files. They will be the original file name, with "-converted" added to the end of the file name.
That's it! You now have your files converted. We hope this helps you! If you have any issues, please feel free to reach out to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you in any way we can.
If you haven't purchased A Virtual Christmas yet, please check out our pricing page!
We hope you have a very merry Virtual Christmas!