975 Greentree Rd.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220
The Videohouse is Pittsburgh's premier full-service production facility, with the flexibility and creativity to take your project from concept to completion.
We provide a full range of broadcast quality, video production services including shooting, editing, 3-D animation, data transfer and duplication.
We have built a reputation over the years of consistent quality with our clients.
Our shooters, sound technicians, lighting directors, editors and animators are the best in Pittsburgh. Whatever concept you can imagine, we can create at The Videohouse.
We want you to see your vision.
We have been in the industry since 1988.
Our Demo ReelAdded on 8/29/2017
A collection from various shoots for corporate, film, broadcast, and sports network clients.
Live Broadcast of Ultimate Frisbee Team the Pittsburgh Thunderbirds
In today’s media and marketing landscape it is vital for franchises, sports teams, and corporations to broadcast and stream their events #live to reach the broadest audience possible. At The Videohouse our team does this on a daily basis for major networks like ABC News and ESPN, but we provide this same level of service to our local clients. We were thrilled to livesstream the Pittsburgh Thunderbirds (https://theaudl.com/thunderbirds) online as well as on Open Air TV for their game May 6 at Rooney Field versus the Indianapolis AlleyCats We partnered with Steel Toe Films (www.steeltoefilms.com) to shoot the game using our multicamera flypack, which consisted of 4 Panasonic HPX3000 cameras. Our audio technician worked closely with game commentator Matt Weiss to provide optimum sound quality. Our technical director operated our #Blackmagic switcher and called the shots, giving the viewers a chance to see something those in the bleachers couldn’t see – slow motion instant replay. This will benefit the Thunderbirds and their promotions long into the future by providing tailored, packaged, play-by-play shots. Most importantly, multicamera format allowed those who couldn’t make it to the game the ability to feel a part of the action online and on TV.