How does vlogging work ?

Video blogging or vlogging is blogging through the medium of video. A blog is any entries on the web, which are being updated on a regular basis with isolated entries, normally delivered to a subscribed viewer. Viewers can read blog entries using RS aggregator or any other third party interface, instead of reading it directly to a website. An RSS aggregator enables the reader to combine multiple blog feeds into a single personalized web page.

Vlog is what computer enthusiasts usually call a blog that primarily uses video as its medium in the distribution of its message. There are not so many vlogs existing nowadays, but trend watchers claim that it is only a matter of time until its popularity booms and replaces images and static messages as a personal medium. The spread of vlogging is made possible by the widespread adaptation of broadband technology along with the decreasing cost of bandwidth.

The enclosures of RSS enable a blogger to insert media into a blog post and it distributed to the aggregators of those who are subscribed to the blog site. Usually, this is utilized to distribute images along with the text of the entry, but it can also add video alongside the text and images. Opening the era of vlog is the release of iPod video in 2005. A viewer watching a blog stream can be compared to a television viewer; however, the content creation is highly distributed rather than centralized, and the viewer would have access to thousands or even more channels.

One of the key concerns when it comes to video blogging is that there is no unified metadata or the tagging of the videos themselves with data that show what the entry is about. Search engine technology is not advanced enough that a search engine called spider can watch blogs, index it accordingly and tell what it is about.

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