These are only effective if they are professionally done. But if they are like home videos recorded on a cheap camcorder, then it will do you more harm than good.
HD camera shall do good. Also try to edit your videos / or picture slides with a professional editing tool. Windows Movie Maker may be good for the first project but you all know how limited its functions are. Also you may want to put a good music to your video.
You can hire pro people to do this for you. Hiring professionals doesn't have to be expensive tho, you just need to know who to contact. Try people who are fresh from college, they won't charge that high, trust me.
If you can have a good video then just settle for pictures. I mean pictures in large cardboard, much like what you do when you present a story board? Those sizes will work just fine.
I just used pictures. Not videos. I still think they are better than half of the videos you see in Youtube. I'll try to research more about virtual tours, maybe there's nothing wrong with my videos and I just hit the "wrong target".
Tamlyn Brooke said:These are only effective if they are professionally done. But if they are like home videos recorded on a cheap camcorder, then it will do you more harm than good.