Word Up!

When we put together your video content there are a couple of options around words.

Many videos are edited together by asking people a series of open questions. This gives us answers that we can edit to create the content you want. This method usually keeps the interviewee more relaxed. This is important if you want people to look and sound natural. Sometimes you end up with even better answers than you were expecting.

Another way is a more structured style where you write the words you want said in advance and we can use an autocue when filming. If you need to cover off specific information in a corporate video, this is a great way to make sure that nothing gets missed. The person speaking needs to practice in advance of filming as autocue apps have lots of settings that determine the pace.

Lastly don’t forget to consider graphics. Whether they are fixed or motion, 2D or 3D, graphics are a great way to present ideas in a way that supports the message you want to convey. Any questions please ask….


Creating Great Content

Many businesses who are successful online take an active approach to creating content. If you are spending time and money on an event, an initiative or a campaign, it will be more effective by adding video. Your efforts will get more engagement, people will be more interested and you will get more response. Supplement what you create internally with a master look and feel to pull it all together and raise the production value. Cinematic drone shots of your building, some key interviews, some nice graphics and you can add a professional layer to your idea.  Animation and 3-D graphics are also an option for your video production. It is quick and easy to create great content, and you can do more than just a corporate video.

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The sound of Harrogate

Producing promotional video for clients is always interesting and varied activity. A recent job saw us up at Homefire studios in Harrogate to help out on a music shoot. Everyone stayed socially distanced whilst getting the job done. Best songs for video production puns? Reeling in the years? Jumping Jack Flash? Darth Fader theme from Star Wars?