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The internet has revolutionized every facet of the modern business world. The latest industry to drastically shift its structure and undergo major enhancements is the television delivery. Where consumers would once watch a few episodes of TV at a prescribed time, they now expect content everywhere at any time - via smart TV’s, computers, tablets and smartphones.
Regardless of what kind of business you are in, you're missing out on one of the most effective marketing tools if you aren’t already investing in video marketing. Because of the popularity of mobile devices and modern computers, as well as the availability of fast and affordable internet, people are spending more time watching videos online, and this presents businesses with a large audience of prospective customers. As a type of content, videos have lots of inherent advantages over other content formats, and it's a must do for any emerging or established business. Here are 5 reasons why you should be thinking about video marketing today.
Used in “The Hunger Games” trilogy, “Thor,” “Edge of Tomorrow" and many more, learn why Blackmagic's Fusion is a must have in production.
Thanks to small, high-quality digital cameras, professional and personal drones have completely transformed the production industry, letting filmmakers capture shots that were previously unattainable to non-studio filmmakers. To capture aerial footage a few years ago, you had to either book time in a helicopter containing a professional operator, remote head, and bulky HD camera, or, for lower altitudes, rent the services of a small remote helicopter and operator from a company like Flying-Cam or Coptervision. As you can probably guess, helicopters don’t come cheap.
You know sometimes we make such a big deal out of cinematic production that it has been said we forget about the importance of audio. I don’t think that is true at all. If anything, we should spend a lot more time thinking these days about how the audio plays such a big part in the whole production process. Which mics are we going to use? What sound fx? Who is doing the music? Is it an original score? All those questions must be answered because audio matters.
by Nina StreichModerator: Mike Green, Senior Director, Strategy & Development, ComcastPanelists: Eric Hybertson, Director, Rendering Devices, Time Warner Cable Glen Stone, Convergence Strategy and Standards, Samsung Electronics America Michael Bishara, VP/GM TVE, Synacor Damon Phillips, Vice President, WatchESPN & ESPN3
Pro Videographer & Editor Bradford Hill has had a lot of experience shooting events, music videos & interviews across the nation. His project require crisp sound with clear settings. When Shure shipped both their VP83 LensHopper™ mic and the VP83F LensHopper™ mic straight to ProductionHUB Inc., Hill hooked them up on both the Canon C100 and Canon XA25 to see just how sound these mics truly are.
Virtual Reality is dead. Dead, out, gone. That is what the skeptics love to say in the many articles pointing to the minimal adoption and fiscal progress the industry has made overall. What these skeptics seem to overlook is the fact that this young technology has only just begun the long road of development, and as additional technologies such as augmented reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and hands-free capabilities get factored in, VR will become the next great technology cycle.
You might think video production is all about, well, video, but sound connects an audience to what they are seeing. It adds emotion, supports the visuals, and every edit cut and it defines the overall mood and tone of your narrative.
Two years ago, Digital Brew decided to step up their game by purchasing the Sony F55 camera. Previously shooting on DSLR’s, Digital Brew did not anticipate the scale of transition that came with investing in the new equipment, but knew they’d be getting a quality product that produces quality content. Let’s see what Emmy award winning Director of Photography, F55 owner and Digital Brew’s President, Michael Cardwell has to say about the Sony F55.