Recently, I released my latest film, Travel Geek Short: Documentary Gopeng. And unfortunately, I have to upload it again in a re-edited version because I overlooked some copyrighted content. I dunno how I could have let that slip, though I imagine it’s just a technical error. But the way I see it this is a good thing.
For starters, I don’t like any of the cover images that automatically popped up when the first version finished uploading. So this little hiccup allows me an opportunity to make this next version a little bit better.
As a YouTube partner, I am allowed to upload a cover image to each of the films that I release. And I have been running an experiment on my channel to see which videos get the most views based on the images I select. Some of the videos have clip shots from outtakes or extra scenes. And recently, I have decided to start clipping the cover images directly from the same film just to ensure that I am advertising the film adequately.
In this latest short film, I’ve selected a few frames that I think would be cool to be the cover image for this film. Take a look at them and let me know which one is your favorite. Which one should I use (and remember, it’s going to be much smaller on YouTube, so the detail will be a factor).
Let me know in the comments, or email me at email@example.com.