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Video Guidelines

ALL VIDEOS NEED TO BE UPLOADED BY SEPTEMBER 18th, 2020 - 11:59 pm. FAILURE TO UPLOAD BY THIS DEADLINE WILL DISQUALIFY YOUR ENTRY.

Video Entry Creation Guidelines

  1. An entry without a video submission cannot be judged or evaluated, therefore an entry without a video submission cannot sell in the online sale. Judging the projects sets the order in which individual animals sell.
  2. The video must be a minimum of 30 seconds and a maximum of 1 minute.
  3. Cell phone videos are encouraged.
  4. Camera should be held sideways while shooting, not vertically.
  5. Videos should be taken outside with a background clear of visual distractions. No previous awards, banners, etc. may be in the background of the video.
  6. No audio in the video.(you can removed audio when uploading your video to YouTube or Vimeo)
  7. All videos must include the animal’s head with a clear view of the fair ID tag and its numbers, including scrapie tags on sheep and goats, as well as ear notches for hogs. These need to match show entry numbers.
  8. The video footage must consist of one continuous video, which starts with a clear view of the KCF ear tag. (No editing, start and stopping, or breaks). The video should then follow the pattern of the animal being judged in the ring as follows with no stops or restarts
  9. Video should be on a flat surface with nothing obstructing the view of the hoof/pasterns.
  10. Animals must be shown by the exhibitor.
  11. Large animals (cattle, sheep, goats, and swine) cannot be displayed in a chute, on a rack, on a fitting table, tied to the fence, etc. The animal must be shown.
  12. The exhibitor’s face must be clear in the video.
  13. Fitting is encouraged just like animals would be at the show in order to allow for the clearest evaluation on the animal but is not required.
  14. Exhibitor needs to be in show uniform, just like at the show.
  15. NO EDITING of the video. Video should be one take, with no stopping, starting, and no breaks. No audio allowed in the video. If you have sound in the video, you can take it down when uploaded into YouTube or Vimeo.
  16. If it is found that any video and/or photo submission has been edited or altered, the exhibitor will be immediately disqualified.
  17. Helpful hint: Pretend the camera is the judge.
  18. This video must be taken and submitted between September 7 and September 18, 2020 and submitted no later than September 18th, 2020 at 11:59 pm. **IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE SO THAT IF YOU HAVE TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES YOU HAVE TIME TO REMEDY THEM.
  19. All video submissions MUST be uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo and the link for the video submitted upon the time of entry
  20. Along with a video, you must also submit a photo to use for the auction.
  21. ALL VIDEOS MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPTEMBER 18th at 11:59 PM. NO LATE VIDEOS WILL BE ACCEPTED
  22. Upload your video URL onto the Kern County Fair website to complete your video submission

How to Film your Project

Lambs and Goats:


Swine:


Beef Cattle:


Dairy Replacement Heifers:


Market Rabbits:


Market Poultry:


Video Submission

After uploading your video onto YouTube or Vimeo, you will need to copy the video URL and submit it with your weight. If you plan on participating in the virtual auction, you will also submit a video and bio at this time.


How to upload your video to YouTube


How to Upload your Video to Vimeo


Link to Video/Weight Submission

Virtual Video/Weight Submission + Declare for Auction
Virtual Video/Weight Submission + Declare for Auction
Sept 07 - Sept 18, 2020
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