Scrolled down thru the answers and my jaw dropped. To say stills are better, preferred is insane. With an enhanced realtor.com site, you can post 25 quality images..and you use not just images, but can have floorplan, feature rich close ups..not just outside home, rooms. As for video, at 30 "stills" or frames per second, you can not beat a well done walk around and thru a place with a narrated audio track. The video lets the viewer hear your voice, establish a relationship as you one on one talk to them, not read at them. The tour from room to room, the bird's singing in the backyard are way way more powerful to the five senses than a still zooming in and out with piano music slide show. The video shows you how the rooms go together, pans the back yard..all of it..not just a still chunk of it. The video stiches the place together and they get three benefits...property information, community area information you weave into dialogue and footage (the lake down the street with boat sailing by, the golf course shot with green flag waving in the wind so they know hey..this is video not a still) and you the agent get branded, known, as creative, innovation. Use stills and video but never never think stills are good enough, and better than video. Watch the video below as a for instance of a simple, no hollywood production with 40 millin dollars but it gets the view inside and around the outside right now. Just a still with no at the property sound or video flow can do that. It's like a single shot advertising rifle or a machine gun. Get on board video..we have over 330 just on youtube alone. You need to produce local community events too as the viewer may never have been here and is hungry for what the area is like. Show them. Shoot the video, edit and post post post!