Exploring the best strategies for using video for better delegate engagement
In this video, Rowan explains some of the rules and regulations that come with using a drone to capture aerial footage for your next corporate video
Last week I had the pleasure of heading over to Boston, MA in the USA to attend Wistiafest, the annual conference hosted by Wistia. You’ll probably recognise the name as we use their platform for sharing and reviewing video projects that we’re working on.
Very often weʼll work with clients who want to include on-screen text within their videos to show off statistics, product features and other information while the video is being watched. But how much is too much?
“Should I spend money on professional video or can I do it myself?” This is a question that many of our prospective customers ask themselves before they approach us.
Producing an effective and meaningful video to support a Kickstarter, crowd funding or indeed any other business investment initiative will add considerable strength to your funding campaign.
What should you wear when you appear on camera? In this video Rowan delivers some tips on what to wear on camera. This can impact everything from video and sound quality to whether you appear in the video at all.
When working with a video production company, making a video yourself, or even just watching videos online, you may come across the concept of ‘Video Resolution’. Considering the date (this post was published in January), you may be thinking that video resolutions are like New Years resolutions… But no, I’m not going to be asking…
A short video that explains what 360 video is and how it can be used within a business environment
In a world dominated by websites, social media and search engines like Google, trade visitors no longer go to exhibitions with a Purchase Order pad in their pocket. Nor do they necessarily look to buy anything while they are there.
How many events have you been to where the list of delegates is long and impressive but, as the first speaker takes to the podium, the name badges still cover half of the reception the table?