The simplest video editing is when you take out the editing completely. It's rare, but on occassion, you shoot a short snippet that's so perfect you want to share it as is. Like this video of Charlie biting big brother's finger.
This short video about a toothy baby, Charlie, who bites his big brother, has been viewed on YouTube over 12 million times. The video made us chuckle, but if you were Charlie's parents, would you be concerned that the whole world knows about your 2 children by face?
I'll admit that I put my kids, nieces, nephews on YouTube all the time. And I'm not worried. Why? Because, according to Wikipedia, there are over 77 million videos available for viewing on YouTube. I figure the chances that my baby son's music video is going to become another Charlie, or even be viewed by my friends or family, is pretty slim.
There are precaution available to you if you are still concerned about sharing your videos on YouTube. When you first upload your file to YouTube, you will be asked to select from Broadcast Options – Public or Private. By choosing Private you will restrict your video so that it can only be viewed by you and up to 25 other people).
But then your son won't get to be as famous as Charlie…