Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

June 9, 2017

Munzee’s Monthly Giveaway Video Contest!

You may know Daniel Hammock as “hksfarm,” “Support,” or “The Ban Hammer” of Munzee, but did you know he’s quite the Youtube video connoisseur?

Hksfarm hosts the “Munzee’s Monthly Giveaway” video contest where players around the world submit Munzee-themed videos for a chance to win prizes. If you haven’t already you should join his Facebook group and join in on the fun!

The rules are simple:

  • hksfarm posts the theme for month in the “Munzee’s Monthly Giveaway” Facebook group.
  • Players film and edit a Munzee video relating to that theme and upload it to Youtube.
  • Once it’s uploaded, players share it in the Facebook group and their name will be added into the prize drawing.
  • On the last day of the month, submissions will be final and hksfarm will draw a name from those that submitted a video. 

In addition for a chance to win prizes, players will also earn a sweet Unicorn badge for participating and the winner will receive the coveted Golden Unicorn badge! To qualify for the badge and giveaway, videos MUST be on and link posted in a separate post, also post your username. No skill or expensive camera equipment are needed because the final drawing is random. 

This month’s challenge is to share a video of a deployed munzee in the dark with the moon in the footage, so get ready to adventure through the night!

March 15, 2016

Request for Closed Captioning Assistance

Part of growing the Munzee community is being able to reach new audiences. We want to be able to grow the map and help players around the world. To do this, though, we need your help.

We’re asking for volunteers fluent in languages other than English to help add Closed Captioning in multiple languages to our YouTube videos. We’re aware that English is not the primary language of all of our players, and we want to be able to share the game with everyone. The first video we would like to Close Caption is the “Just what are QR codes?” video.

YouTube has instructions for Closed Captioning and subtitles that can be found here. Volunteers who help will be compensated in some form to be determined at a later date and credited in the video description.

If you’re interested in helping, please email so we can start!