This video was produced to promote an online business seminar. It’s important when your visitors come to your website that they can immediately understand what you have to offer. A video like this can give your message quickly and effectively. We typically describe this type of video as the website “essential video” that quickly tell…
This client wanted to have their CEO launch the “cloud” version of their education technology software.
We shot it in a studio on a green screen which allowed us to lay in the company logo as the background.
The idea was to somewhat affect the look of a staged event roll out. So we opted for multiple camera angles and quick cuts.
This is a very effective video we produced that uses still images with voice-over and sound effect to tell the story.
This is an example of a video that uses voice-over, music and motion graphics, rather than live video to introduce viewers to the company’s speaker’s bureau and training services. This approach is ideal for web based businesses and companies who prefer no to use on camera talent.
This is an example of a rather routine video submitted by an out-of-state client. He basically recorded it looking into his laptop camera. I took his raw video and cropped it to minimize the distracting background. We then created a template or visual context for the video to play in, so that the viewer has more to look at than a boring “talking head”. The template also gives an area to display bullet points and reinforce the verbal message. Let me know if you have some talking-head video we can spruce up and give them a new life and give your message a better chance for success.