Angela and Scott were live on the Video Power Up Facebook Page, where they shared their perspective.
Angela: Welcome to our first Wednesday Facebook Live. I’m Angela.
Scott: And I’m Scott, and yes, happy to be here. Angela had this great idea today to … Do you have both shots up yet, or not yet?
Angela: Not yet.
Scott: Okay. So Angela had this awesome idea today, and she always has amazing ideas and then her and I have to work together to try and make it a reality. So this morning she’s like, “Let’s have two cameras today.”, so we can show people our setup and talk about some of our favourite things.
So I’ve been running around like a madman with her, trying to get it set up, but I think we managed to pull it off at the last second and we’re going to show you in a minute, our second camera shot. But before we get started … Before we get started today, I think there’s one person watching but that’s probably the second camera. I’m not sure.
Angela: I’m not sure.
Scott: So if you’re in the room, sort of looking down today, we’re trying to do it standing so we can do some demonstrations and stuff. Okay, so there actually is a real person in the room. Charlene’s in one.
Angela: Hey Charlene. How are you. You’re going to love this video. I know you are because people are always asking me how I set things up, how I light things, what things I use, what are may favourite things-
Angela: And so I’m going to bring in the second angle.
Scott: But before you do that, though-
Scott: I’m wearing a pink shirt today. Do you want to tell everybody about the pink shirts because I didn’t know about this. And Ang said, “Do you have a pink shirt?”, and I’m like, “I do.” So I put on my pink shirt. She’s wearing her pink shirt. And you know a bit more about it than I do, so do you want to [crosstalk 00:01:25]
Angela: I think everybody … I think today … Well, I don’t think … Today’s anti-bullying day and to show your support for anti-bullying and wear your pink shirt day. So, I know a lot of the schools have adopted this and I thought, why not adopt it in business too?
So, mine’s a really light pink, but I’m wearing pink and Scott’s wearing pink. You look fabulous in pink. Charlene, doesn’t he look in pink for a guy? Well lots of guys look good in pink, but I think you look especially good.
Scott: Thank you very much.
Angela: So, Charlene before we get started, how is the audio? On a scale of one to ten are we good and our video’s good because Facebook Live and BeLive.dotTV, the app we use has limitations. I always like to double-check, so let me know if there’s any problems. I know we had some problems yesterday.
Scott: I’ll talk a little bit about when Ang … I think we’re going to do that next, and Ang is going to show you our second shot today. And the first thing I’m going to talk about is our audio setup, which is a little more pro than most of you need to do. But because we do a lot of videos, and our background in profession video production, we’ve got some of these tools lying around, like our shotgun mic. And I’ll talk a little bit about that.
Angela: All right. I’m going to bring in the second camera, so you’re going to see it. Audio’s great.[crosstalk 00:02:47]
Scott: We need to be careful now because we have a small amount of room to be seen in. See, because you can’t see yourself. See, I knew … We’re going to experiment a bit here. But you know, you can’t really see that there. Maybe pan that camera. Oh, do this double one here.
Angela: Yeah, let’s do this. [crosstalk 00:03:05] So now you can see the whole room. So now what you see, you’ve got Scott and I nice and close, but you also see our room. So this is our working office and you’re going to see Chloe, our mascot and chihuahua running around. But this is actually our office.
Scott: You can actually see her on the floor there. On the wide shot, you can her and she’s looking at us like, what are you guys doing and who are you talking to?
Angela: So this is our working office. I even had to clean my desk for this today while you were running around getting all the technical stuff.
Scott: I know, and we only see a corner of your desk.
Angela: I know. I didn’t even need to clean it, but now it’s neat. That’s awesome. So, oh, our audio went off. Interesting. So can you hear us now? You said our audio went off. How about now?
Scott: Oh, the echo, yeah. So Ange has muted … I’m trying to pre-answer some of the problems. Let me know if you can hear my first, Charlene.
Angela: Big echo. How about now? Yes, echo.
Scott: Yeah. That could be delayed though because there’s about a 30 second delay. So I’m hoping the echo’s gone. The problem with the echo is because we have the second angle up. Sometimes that microphone’s also picking up and it’s creating the echo in the room. So Ang has muted that second camera.
We’ll have to keep our eye on that. So there should be no echo now. Okay. We’re going to keep going. I think everything’s okay now. Let me know someone, Jasmine’s in there too. Let me know if the echo is now gone. It should be. Okay now we’re good.
Angela: Now we’re good.
Scott: Where were we?
Angela: I just had to mute the other video. So now we’ve got both so you can see our office and the equipment we use and the setup we have. Now you who are with us today, likely know that Scott and I teach Smartphone video marketing to small businesses who can use videos for gaining their own exposure.
And you might notice we’re not actually using a Smartphone today. So we’re going to talk about that and some of our favourite things, but I would say my first favourite thing is a Smartphone because it does everything. It’s got great video. It’s got great audio.
It’s very small and versatile and you can bring it anywhere. So I just want to start by acknowledging we’re not using out Smartphone on this angle today but we are using it on the wide angle today, so that is our Smartphone.
Scott: And for those of you who know and have been following some of our lives too, we’re using BeLive, which is a third party app that works with Facebook, and for the … Now you know much more BeLive than I do, but you actually have to use a webcam, which you have built into your computer or we’re using an external webcam as the host.
Now, anyone who joins as a guest into your BeLive, they can be on their Smartphone. So when we were looking and going live, and using BeLive and experimenting for our members, we went out and invested in this camera. And this has been a great one. I think it cost us.
Angela: It was $80.
Scott: Was it $80. So yeah, we opted for a 1080p camera. So for any of those people out there that don’t understand the screen resolution, with BeLive you can only go 720p. 720?
Scott: And so, there are actually cheaper cameras out there, which might be all you need. We kind of went over the top a little bit because we want to experiment with some products.
I think you can get into a decent webcam, if there’s not a decent one built into your computer. Most of you have that. You shouldn’t have to spend more that $50 I believe, to get a decent webcam to be doing, using BeLive in Facebook.
Angela: Now, I have a brand new HP360 and the camera’s good. It’s better than my old computer, which you hate. The camera’s good, but it’s not nearly as good as when I hook up the Logitech 1080. So I do want to acknowledge, that if you’re doing … If you’re using other apps to record your video from your computer and you find, I use the word grainy.
I don’t know if anyone understands that. It’s just when it’s like, fuzzy I guess. Not out of focus. Grainy is just the best word I can describe. Where the Logitech is not as grainy as your computer one because there’s only so much they can pack into these.
Even your computer, which is a Mac has a great camera, but it’s not as good as the 1080. So it actually is one of my favourite new things, is our webcam. Lighting. Do you want to talk about lighting next?
Scott: Yeah. [inaudible 00:07:28] You’ve got your webcam. That’s definitely a favourite thing. I’m on a iPhone. iPhone, what do have? Eight?
Scott: Is it an eight?
Scott: iPhone 8 plus. I moved to an iPhone. Ange had an android, I had an iPhone, because a lot of our members have different cameras. You can’t say enough about the camera quality, the audio quality of using those devices. I hear Google Pixel is kind of picking up some steam, but you can’t go wrong with a Samsung, which is an Android, which runs android, and obviously iPhone rocks.
But there’s some audio issues when you’re using external audio, the iPhone won’t work. We’re going to touch on that in a bit because there’s lots we want to talk about. So you want to talk about lighting.
Angela: Lighting next. Lighting’s easy because we both, our favourite lighting are these lights. So, I’m going to walk over. I’m going to walk over. So we’ve got two of them, because they come in a set. So I don’t know. Is this now in the frame Scott?
Scott: It is.
Angela: Awesome. So this is … I’m just going to turn it on and then I’m going to turn it off because I don’t want blind you guys but this is … I’ll just take it down a little bit.
Scott: I’m just going to try to solo this. I’m still trying to learn some BeLive. I still have the camera on the wider one, yeah.
Angela: So this is a daylight balanced light. Am I blinding everyone.
Scott: No. It’s okay.
Angela: Okay. Awesome. Daylight balanced lights, so we’re not using this one today. We only need one but there are times when you would need two.
Scott: Oh, Ang. They wouldn’t be able to hear you. You’re not on the wireless mic.
Angela: [inaudible 00:09:01]
Scott: You guys can probably hear her but not hear her as clearly because you can see the wide shot here that … This is our shotgun mic and our shotgun mic is then plugged right into my computer, so we’re not hearing you clearly.
Angela: All right. So you talk about the lights.
Scott: No. You can talk about the lights.
Angela: And I’ll demonstrate. I’ll be your Vanna White.
Scott: Well, I just didn’t know where you wanted to go and talk about the lights in particular. I mean, you just want me to take over?
Scott: What were you talking about?
Angela: These are daylight balanced lights.
Scott: Come over here and step over to the mic.
Angela: You be my Vanna White.You be my Vanna. Okay, we’re switching here. So we’ve got these daylight balanced lights. We got them off of Amazon. The pair of them were less than $100. I think they were $95, and you can also get them on Cowboy Monkey, which is in Mississauga, Brampton area, which do lighting for video and photo.
So these lights are great. What makes them daylight balanced isn’t actually the lights. It’s the bulbs in them. And I’m going to go over here and get my box of things. So these particular lights that we have are Noma LED daylight lights, and how I know that, is that there is a little notification here that says daylight balanced.
It shows you where it is. It actually tells you, on a scale of Kelvin, which is 5000, which I know I’m getting techie, but this is a daylight balanced light. But what we had to do at our office, because we have … What do you call those lights, Scott?
Angela: Thank you. We had to go switch out our fluorescence bulbs with lights that we daylight balanced. And again, we had to go look at the indicator on the fluorescence bulbs to make sure they were as close to 5000 Kelvin as possible.
So now what we have, we have our awesome, cheap $100 lights, but the lights in the room are balanced and that’s really important. And I know that’s not a thing. Well I guess it is, the bulbs. So always have balanced lights.
Don’t have regular bulbs that might cast a yellowy, orangey above and then use daylight balanced lights here. Try to make sure all of your bulbs in the room that you’re filming are balanced. Why daylight?
It’s so great in my opinion because if you have a window you are always going to be really balanced. Let’s say all of your lights in your room, so all of the bulbs that you put in, the bulbs that you put in, the lights that you buy are going to be just regular.
And so they’re going to be like 2000 Kelvin, which I think is what regular house bulbs are, and then you have a nice blue light coming in from the window. When those two lights mix and they create really bad quality video. I mean it just … It makes colours look weird, shadows look weird.
Scott: Yeah so.
Angela: It can be really challenging.
Scott: Whether you’re using your Smartphone or a webcam or any camera at all, the cameras are really, really smart and they’re always trying to balance the colour, so if you start mixing colours, if you start mixing a 5600 Kelvin with a 2400 Kelvin, the camera has a really hard time.
Sometimes you’ll see this on television, even during interviews, where like in the background there’s a real yellow street light and then there’s the interview of the person and they don’t have the same colour temperature of light.
So the background’s a very different colour, sometimes very, very orange, versus the person sitting on camera who’s skin tone looks right. So the cameras are always going to try and figure that out and balance that. And you can actually control it manually on some cameras.
But definitely, when you’re using your Smartphone and your webcam, you don’t have those colour temperature controls. So your camera’s going to try and figure it out, and sometimes it will look really bad. When we first moved into this office-
Angela: Oh my gosh.
Scott: The above fluorescence, they were probably about 3500 Kelvin and these lights were higher, probably about 5000, 5500 Kelvin. So if anyone saw those videos when we first moved in here … It drove us crazy because we always looked gaunt and a little bit yellow and the colour wasn’t good because the cameras would try and balance those two different colour temperatures out.
Angela: Which was a nightmare.
Scott: Anyway, I don’t want to talk about the colour temperature because you’ve already done that in other videos. But definitely one of our favourite investing in these lights.
Angela: In these lights.
Scott: These daylight balanced lights and then matching the other lights in the room. We don’t have a window, but if we did have a window the colour balance would be fine.
Angela: Yeah. Lighting. Okay. Audio. So the audio that Scott mentioned we’re using today, is a shotgun mic. This is something that we’d had from our production studio. Really easy for us to use, but it’s expensive so we’re not going to actually talk about that today.
We’re going to talk about the best things to use with your Smartphone. Now, the audio in the Logitech camera is actually really good. It’s not bad. Not bad. So, if you’re using that you’re good, but if you’re using your Smartphone, we’ve got a few things. So, why don’t you start?
Scott: I don’t actually have a headset here, but we’re seeing a lot of this right now, where people are doing their lives or they’re doing recorded videos and they’re just plugging their headphones right into their device. And then they got their headphones in and then basically, they’re using the microphone that’s built right into their headphones.
That’s a great solution if you’re not getting good sound right from your computer. Or you’re concerned about background noise. I’ve seen a lot of people do that. I’m not a big fan of it, but you know what, those people are getting great audio, really clear audio, so if you’re having a problem getting good audio just using your Smartphone, you can use that for sure.
And it’s great when you’re doing interviews so there’s not a loop. I think you guys were hearing some to the echos and some weird stuff that was going on here before. Using headphones will eliminate that.
Angela: I’ve got Bluetooth ones that I like.
Scott: Yeah. You can use Bluetooth headphones as well. The only problem with the headphones, if you’re using your headphones is that if you rub that mic or that mic swings on you, and you’re not really going to hear that, but it’s really scratchy. But the people who are watching the broadcast will hear that.
That’s the one danger with using that. I’m going to talk about my favourite one first and then I’ll Ange come over. I’ve got this one. We’ve talked about it before. This is a mini-shotgun. I don’t know if you can see it in the wide shot, beside our big shotgun here. So this is my … I’m just going to the … I’m going to solo this for a moment. Is that sort of in focus, Ange?
Scott: That’s my mini-shotgun. It’s got the mini-jack so it can plug right into your phone. So its just like the headphone jack. And then this guy plugs in here. And that way the microphone points at you, the subject when you’re speaking on camera.
So you’ve got your phone on tripod or whatever you’ve got it on, and then you can speak into the mic. So if you’re doing a presentation solo, this works great. If you are doing an interview and you need to hear yourself, there is a jack right on the back as well. So you could then plug your headphones right into that.
I love this guy. This guy’s great. The only problem with this guy now, is for you iPhone users who have newer iPhones, you can’t use that. It doesn’t plug into your phone. You need the little adapter, which I’ve got in my other camera over there. You need the adapter and then this thing will swing around, so this thing no longer works.
I think you might see something like this come out for newer iPhones in the future, but I can no longer use this guy, even though it was my favourite audio. So now I’ve given it to Ange and so she uses it on her Samsung.
Angela: Yeah. And I do love this. It gets great audio. I don’t know if … Most phones actually have a number of microphones, external, right?
Scott: Yeah. I don’t know. We were already at 18 minutes. There’s a lot talk about today and I don’t want to run too long.
Angela: But this helps focus. This helps focus to … If you point it at you, it will help get clearer sound for sure. Why don’t we just leave it at that?
Scott: I’m going to share really quickly, for those of you who don’t know. I’ve talked about this before. You might think there’s only one microphone on your phone. There’s not. I think on the iPhone, I think there’s eight. So one that obviously picks up where you’re actually speaking here.
There’s another one on the back, that listens to everything else when you’re not talking and it then filters out the background noise. There’s several microphones built into your phone, so that your phone then, using it’s computer brain, can try and get the most clear, crystal clear sound.
Now when you plug in a device like the shotgun right into it, now there’s only one microphone and it’s pointed right at you. So that’s why shotguns are so effective. But these things are so smart. These phones are so smart. They’re listening, in so many different ways and trying to find the best way to get the best audio.
Angela: Yeah. Okay, so … We’re going to go back here. Okay. So now my favourite audio. So you can use a wired lav. So this goes right into your phone. This is great if you’re maybe at a trade show and you’re going to go live or you’re somewhere loud and you’re going to go live. This is great because it will take some of that background sound.
Scott: This is not one of your favourite things.
Angela: No, it’s not.
Scott: We were talking about favourite things.
Angela: Okay. This is a wired microphone. It’s not one of my favourite things, but it’s great if you’re on a crunch, if you don’t have time to set up sound. I went away with Amanda Drexler. I was helping her doing some filming in Barbados.
It was a real hard week for us, but this is what I actually recommend for her, because she’s on the fly. She doesn’t have time to be messing with things. So this is great if you’re on the fly and you’re going really quick. You put your microphone on and it’s nice, clear audio. It gets you. It doesn’t get as much background noise. It’s much clearer, much better.
Scott: Yeah. If you’re in a really, really loud environment, when you’re using the shotgun, its so far away, but if you can get that really close to yourself, like if you’re at a construction site, you definitely want to be using the lav type microphone.
Angela: Yeah. Now, one of my favourite things is this. This is a Pyle PDWM 96 wireless microphone. So that wired microphone basically goes in here, so yes, there are wires. This can hide, I like to hide it in my back pocket. You can hide it under your jeans. It clips on.
And then the other part, and when I do use this, I put it under my shirt so people don’t see it, so they don’t see the wire. The other part comes with this. Its called a 1/4 inch. I’m not going to get technical. So you need an adapter. This is a guitar adapter.
Neewer makes it but I think iRig has it. [crosstalk 00:20:01] That’s okay. iRig also makes it. And this is not available right now on Amazon, where the iRig one is, even though it’s a few bucks more. So this plugs into your phone. So now your phone is maybe sitting on a tripod, further away. This is great if you need to be further away from your camera.
So the first two, the shotgun and the wired mic are if you’re closer. But if you’re demonstrating. If you’re doing yoga. But if you’re demonstrating and you need to be further away. You need to be using your hands, I really like the idea of this wired microphone because you’re getting nice clean sound from a distance and it doesn’t get that echoey, amateur, far way sound.
So I actually really love this and this whole set, if you buy them separately, I think comes in $50 or $60, because like I said the Neewer is not available right now. Really, really super-affordable. So, love this setup.
Scott: So, we’re at 22 minutes. Are there any other favourite things you want to talk about or should we pick this up again next week? What are you thinking?
Angela: I don’t know. Well, I think there is. I think we need to talk one of the most important things and it’s stabilization. And so, from the wide shot, and I’m just going to solo that wide shot. From the wide shot, you see that we are on the stand.
Our camera is on the stand. Now, our actual phone, that the wide shot is being taken from, is also on a stand and it think that’s really important. Again, you can get these on Amazon for like $20 or $30?
Scott: Sorry, the which?
Angela: The stands. If they don’t have a tripod.
Scott: The stands are great and they’re called lighting stands. So you are going to want to look for a lighting stand and we might want to include this on our list actually because the lighting stand is great because you can lower the lighting stand so you’re in a seated position and very quickly put it back up to a certain height.
There’s another little attachment, which we use, which allows us to level the camera if we need to, but we should probably really do another new blog post, which is our favourite things and include these things and update the links that you guys can buy these things online as well.
Angela: Yeah. We’ll do that. So I think stands or stabilization is really important and this is something again, I used this while I was with Amanda. If your videos are going to be, have a lot of motion, which I don’t normally recommend, but if there’s a purpose, so for example, Amanda needs to do walk-throughs of the resorts that she visits.
This is a Smoove, so it makes your camera, as long as you’re using it properly and all the settings are right, it makes everything look really smooth when you’re walking or moving with it. And your phone goes in it. It gets stabilized and then you just walk with it. So I really like this for people who are on the move. Their camera needs to be on the move to show what they do for their demonstrations. It’s not for everyone. Not everyone needs it.
Scott: And it is an investment. The one Ange has here, is, how much was it?
Angela: $150, US.
Scott: $150 US, so it is more expensive than a lot of the other products that we recommend. But it is a specialty item. It’s not something that everyone needs, but if you are on location … I want to say on location, like outside of a studio where everything’s controlled the Smoove is pretty cool.
Scott: But not a must. But for some people, I think it is really important.
Angela: Yeah. For sure. Okay, software, third party apps.
Scott: You’re going long.
Angela: I know. I’m going long today. And like Scott said, we’re going to put all of these resources together for you. We have some of them already, but we’re going to add a few to it. So, we’re using BeLive dot TV right now.
That’s one of my favourite apps because it has, what’s called talk show mode, where you can bring in two cameras, which we have here, set up in our studio. You can bring in up to three cameras or you can share a screen and bring in two cameras. And when I say bring in cameras that can be, also people.
So I could have someone in Australia right now, and bring them into this interview from my business page, using BeLive dot TV, because right now, Facebook only allows you to do interviews on your personal page without using another third party app, last time I looked. Now, I’ve been using this for a couple of weeks, so I actually haven’t [crosstalk 00:24:13]
Scott: Yeah. And I talk about this all the time. One thing we know about social media, is it moves so quickly. We say something. Last week for me, it was Instagram. You say something about Instagram and then a week later they’ve changed it. So, we’re going on knowledge that’s a week old.
Angela: Which is like-
Scott: Which could be old news.
Angela: The equivalent to five years in real life. It’s like dog years. You like Zoom. You like using Zoom.
Scott: I do like Zoom. I really like Zoom. We don’t use Zoom as a marketing tool necessarily. We use Zoom more of working with our clients. Like we do live video calls where you can actually see other people and bring other people in, webinars.
We don’t really use it as a marketing tool, but it is a video tool and it’s a great way to work with your existing clients. Now, that said, we are going to start using it as a marketing tool in the next quarter, because we’re going to start doing webinars.
We want to teach people, invite people, people who aren’t clients, people who don’t know, like or trust us yet, we want to invite them to a webinar and teach them a bit about video and how they can use video to really grow their business. And that’s one of our free give-aways or our lead magnet.
And then at the end of that, give them the opportunity, if they want to come work with us, they can do that. So Zoom can be used as marketing tool and it’s mainly as a webinar, or if you’re doing free consultations. If that’s part of your lead magnet or a way to get new clients, using Zoom to do consultations, free video call, Zoom’s definitely the way to go.
It’s a one on one video call. They can see you, so they start building that like, trust factor, so although we’re not really using Zoom yet, as a marketing tool, it definitely is a marketing tool. And I really like it a lot. It’s highly evolved. I find it’s been around long enough now where they’ve worked out so many of the kinks.
It’s great. BeLive is another fantastic tool, but we’re still finding little things as we get used to that technology. Whereas, Zoom it seemed to flow just very, very easily once you get into it.
Angela: The one thing I like about Zoom is using it for interacting with clients. So if you do consultations, you can record it because how many times have we been sitting with someone and helping them work through their challenges and they can’t write fast enough.
You know they’re, “What did you say? What did you say again?”, and you forgot what you said already. So I really love that you can record your Zoom consultations and then you can say to them, “Look, don’t worry about writing any of this down right now. Let’s just work through it and then you’ll have the recording to watch later.” I find that, that’s really cool feature to watch.
And it’s again, something that you can provide as added value. I love for Zoom for business, not necessarily for marketing unless you’re doing webinars. Now, we are going to get going because we are way over time, but we did have some technical challenges today, so I’m going to let it go.
People as me what about editing? So, editing is a skill and a craft and it’s not for everyone. You have to have patience. You have to have a bit of an eye, like you have to know what looks right. I mean, you can’t just start chopping things up. It will start looking like Frankenstein so … What?
Scott: You’re breaking all your rules.
Scott: Because you were starting sign off there and now you’re going-
Angela: No. But I said, before I do, I want to talk about editing, because people ask me about it. People ask me about it. So, before I sign off, I just want to tell you an editing tool that I use. I believe it’s about $130 a year, so it’s not free. I’ve tried some of the free ones and there’s things about them that I really don’t like, so I don’t have a free editing tool, except for iMovie, which isn’t available to everyone.
But it’s called WeEDIT. W-E-E-D-I-T, WeEDIT. And it’s a great cloud-based editing tool that’s easy to use. You can put in titles. You can put in your logo. You can put in music. They even have a library.
So, if you make a mistake in your pre-recorded videos, take one was really great at the beginning, take two really great at the end, you can merge those things together using an editing program like that. So right now WeEDIT, that’s my favourite one. That’s probably going to change when I find a free resource that you guys can use.
Scott: So what I want to say about video editing … I didn’t know Ang ewas going to go into that, but what I definitely want to say about video editing, the jury’s still out. We test all kinds of products. These are our favourite likes. These are our favourite mics.
I’m not happy with any of the video editing solutions right now, for most of you guys. So we’re actually going to be spending a lot of time. We understand WeEDIT. I know it’s a good tool for people. It is a little expensive. There’s a couple of other free solutions, so what we’re going to do is, we’re going to narrow it down for everyone.
And we’re going to say, this is the one application that’s easy to use to do what Ange was saying, like split edits, adding titles, adding music, putting your logo at the end. If that stuff’s important to you, we’re going to spend some time and find out what is that application and then we’re going to offer a course on it.
So it’s definitely something that we’re going to be doing. We thought we had the solution. I’m not convinced its the best solution for all of you, but once we decide, which is going to be definitely, it’s got to happen in the next three weeks. And we’re going to decide what that is and then we’ll provide that training to you guys.
Angela: We will. We will.
Scott: So before we go … I know we’re running on at 30 minutes here. There are some people still on line. And questions, fire them at us right now and what I found with BeLive is that there’s a bit of a delay. Almost sometimes up to a minute delay, so I’m just going to fill this space, give you guys an opportunity to ask a question, if you have one.
If not, you can always ask a question if you’re watching the replay. And probably Ange will respond. She’s our communications director. She’s always on Facebook, doing all the communications stuff.
Angela: I’m not always on Facebook.
Scott: And she will do that. So I’m just looking. So I don’t see any questions.
Angela: No. Thank you guys for joining us. Thanks Charlene for all of your feedback while we were getting the technical stuff up. Really appreciate that. And that’s it for us.
Scott: Okay. And happy no-bullying day. What did you call it?
Scott: Anti-bullying day. If you’ve got a pink shirt and you haven’t gone out of the house yet, put on a pink shirt.
Angela: Yeah. And be nice to everybody. I know you guys always are. Take care. Have a great day. We’ll see you next Wednesday. That’s it.