Apple pie, baseball, and television. Americans watch tv almost 3 hours a day. Whether your customers watch from their home theatre big-screens or on the web with their mobile devices, you can reach them. Sharpen your brand identity, increase awareness, or beat sales and fundraising goals using one of America’s favorite pastimes.
Are you that booth that has that awesome video playing? The one everybody here keeps talking about? The one people keep pulling up on YouTube to show me on their phone? You can be. From upstart product launch to bigbrand product demo, give your visitors something they can’t wait to share. Otherwise the booth next to you will.
If your audience can’t understand what you’re selling, they’re not gonna buy it. Live video broadcast and fullproduction DVD are powerful tools for telling people how to use your product. You’ll build trust with your audience by showing them your brand takes the time they need to feel comfortable. Your helpful instructional video creates a distinction between you and your competitors, who when compared to your brand, appear interested more in making sales than happy life-long customers.
Every great video starts as a great concept. To bring it to life on screen, first you need a well-thought-out plan. Storyboards, scripts, location scouting, and finding the right person to bring your message to life all happen before the first ‘ACTION!’
It's more than just point & click. It's a lot more. Shooting a commercial that your customers won't skip means having the right cameras, having the right microphones, having the right lights, and having the right people behind them.
Picture Darth Vader silently marching 100 Stormtroopers toward you. Now picture Darth Vader marching 100 Stormtroopers toward you to the sounds of "The Imperial March." That's video editing. But it’s not just music. Add sound effects, graphics, 3D animation, and the right cutaways at the right times to turn your video into your blockbuster.
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A strong local message makes a big impact on the bottom line.