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If you don’t have content, you’re nobody. Content defines you and your brand, but creating it can often be an arduous, time-consuming process - the good news though, is it doesn’t have to be. Bring a bit of minimalism into your content creation strategy by incorporating these five content hacks!
While the majority of Mainstream Media's live streams are multi-camera configurations, there are numerous situations where only one camera is needed. Events such as online learning modules, press conferences, electronic news gathering, and internal corporate broadcasts can be really successful with a simple one-camera setup.
Over the past decade, most of the world has adopted some form of loudness legislation for television. This is wonderful news for casual viewers who understandably hate loud commercials, as well as for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which received approximately 1,000 complaints and 5,000 inquiries about excessively loud TV commercials between 2008 and 2012. But, for those who work in television post-production, it can complicate matters somewhat.
The Making of Cinematic Short Film ‘We Can’t Go On’: Workflow and Collaboration during Pandemic Times
Haunting short film, “We Can’t Go On” created by creative team Amanda Dreschler and Michael Livingston is screening in Burbank, California on August 25. This production dynamic duo wrote, produced, directed, shot, edited and star in this self-referential and timely study of pandemic life for a filmmaking couple waiting for news.
In 2015, 708 films were released in US and Canada, a 19% increase since 2006, and 409 original English-language scripted primetime shows were released, a 94% increase since 2009. In addition, countless hours of content were produced for game shows, news, reality shows, sports, talk shows, commercials and corporate videos. All of these productions present a huge volume of media assets that have to be saved to storage that’s easily accessible by production teams around the globe.
Writing is a difficult task, most of the time. You have to be alone, create something with value from all your jumbled thoughts, and you can get stuck staring at a screen for hours. It can be emotionally draining. That means writing a screenplay is enough to be proud of on its own, and the good news is that it gets easier with time. There are some mistakes in particular that all screenwriters make and that you can avoid easily if you’re aware of them.
Directed by Aneesh Chaganty and starring John Cho, Searching proves just how powerful technology has become by bringing viewers into the story through the lens of one MacBook and iPhones. The editors used Adobe Premiere Pro to craft a suspenseful narrative of a father searching for his missing daughter under the unique confines of FaceTime conversations, iMessages, Google searches and live-streamed news. Editors Nicholas D. Johnson and Will Merrick shared their experience working on the film, its challenges and upcoming projects.
Video content appeals to brands because it increases engagement on social media while boosting traffic to websites and increasing conversions. Producing original videos can be labor-intensive, though, and smaller companies may avoid video production due to lack of time or creative talent. The good news is that you can use content you’ve already created to produce high-performing videos.
A recent trend for cameras has been lightweight and compact bodies with large image sensors. The ability to capture a cinematic shallow depth of field and to position the camera in any situation are must-have features for most indie filmmakers. But let’s face it, cinematic shallow depth of field and fast prime lenses will not cut it for next year’s Super Bowl. Viewers are accustomed to watching the news, sports and live events from a certain broadcast perspective.
ReelSEO has been publishing news, views and tips at the fore front of Video Marketing for over 5 years and there’s no question that it’s founder Mark Robertson’s knowledge and standing in the video marketing industry is highly regarded by his peers. So it’s no surprise that he is being supported by some of the brightest and best experts at his ‘Reel Video Marketing Summit' to be held on the 26th July 2013 in San Francisco.The schedule for the day is focused on ‘The Life of a Successful Video Marketing and Advertising Campaign’ and will be kicked off with a keynote by Suzie Reider - Director of Media Solutions at Google. No one knows the ins and outs of YouTube brand marketing better than Suzie!