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This month, Quibi launched its much-anticipated platform for video content. With advanced tools like Auto Reframe, position-aware motion graphics, flexible workflows for previewing and the ability to create export presets, Premiere Pro offers an ideal production environment for delivering crafted video for Quibi. We have created a Premiere Pro workflow guide for editors and production companies who are interested in creating or adapting video for the new platform.
Due to the pandemic, the way we produce live events has changed dramatically with remote productions using IP and the cloud becoming more important every day as the ability to produce broadcast quality TV or events with as few people as possible at the venue has become critical.
Ok, so lets start off slow so your can (maybe) wrap your mind around just how much time, money, (1.23 billion paid in rights fees alone in the U.S.) equipment, and logistics, go into this awesome spectacle called the 2016 Rio Olympics. But before we can move forward lets go backwards just for a second so one can understand and compare the scope of the production. Lets say you’ve been asked to produce a local college basketball game. Maybe 6 to 8 weeks out. No problem. One or two production trucks, maybe eight or 10 cameras, gfx, transmission, audio, just one venue.
At the 2016 NAB Show, from April 16 - 21 in Las Vegas, many companies eagerly displayed all kinds of new gadgets and technology, promising a very successful, game-changing year for the broadcast media industry. This show signaled how much technology is changing - and more so, how content consumers are planning to keep up.
Defined as the computer-generated simulation of a three dimensional image or environment via a helmet or other piece of electronic equipment, Virtual Reality is becoming the fastest-growing medium for entertainment. Now virtual reality is joining forces with Hollywood to provide consumers with a brand-new approach to storytelling. With it viewers can wear a special headset or watch via a mobile device and change what they’re looking at, seeing everything that was filmed, in 360 degrees, in real time.
Bursting onto the business scene a few years ago, video interviews have proven to be an extremely effective way of vetting candidates early on in the hiring process and, therefore, are here to stay.
The video production market is as saturated as an Andy Warhol painting dipped in fuschia or your Aunt Ida’s favorite Snapchat filter. Your only chance of becoming a client’s go-to crew is to rise above it all with images and storytelling on par with Pixar. And, by the way, you have 30 seconds tops.
Users are demanding more from their devices these days. Production monitors are no exception. When filming his latest project filmmaker Alan Stockdale turned to the Atomos Sumo19 HDR production monitor not only to view the image but also record it directly from his Sony FS5 in Apple’s exciting new ProRes RAW format.
Production coordinators and filmmakers know better than anyone that the activities that take place behind the scenes are every bit as important as getting things right in front of the camera. To ensure that film production goes at an uninterrupted pace, it is essential that production coordinators are provided with all the space and amenities that are required for a successful filmmaking experience. However, the role of events in the film industry is not limited during production but plays a definitive role during post-production activities as well. The global box office revenues are expected to achieve nearly 50 billion USD by 2020, and the events industry is already helping filmmakers to attain these numbers:
Wondering how to select the best video production company? We have outlined this process in just 3 simple steps below to help you out. But is it really necessary for you to select the best video production company? To answer this key question, you must consider the relevant facts.