At this point, if you don’t yet see the value of live video, you’re just late to the party, but for some general info, check out this post, Live-Streaming Video Production and All the Possibilities It Presents.
The point is, it works. If you still don’t believe it, just look at some of the major social media players like Facebook which have read the writing on the wall and have, in turn, started making changes to better cater to live video and the people who view as well as make it.
Yes, video content has a way of hooking viewers in fast, and somehow, forming a strong emotional connection in the process. It’s a major part of the allure of video, but everyone knows that much.
However, video offers far more benefits than that, and if you haven’t yet starting creating videos to help you reach your goals, then you should at least be aware of all that you’re missing out on.
Virtual reality is by no means a new concept. It’s been on the horizon for a long time, but hasn’t really been applicable in a any realistic way, in terms of marketing at least. That is, until now.
For some basic information on where the technology’s at at the moment, check out this post, What You Need to Know About Virtual Reality and How It Could Change Video, but today we’re not talking about where it’s at but where it’s going, and how you can take advantage.
Drones have been around for a while now, and they’ve been seeping into more and more forms and styles of film & video production since their emergence.
But today’s post isn’t about where drones are at now, but where they could be in the near future, and how different film & video production could possibly look as a whole as a result.
We know. We’ve been in video production in NY and NJ for a long time and, with all the new options in terms of platforms and places to put your video content, it can be a bit of a challenge to decide which content to put where.
After all, each platform demands its own specific style and tone, for the most part, which means that no matter which platform you choose, each one requires a distinct approach from the earliest stages of development and production.
Almost every major social media site has made certain adjustments in recent years to better cater to video content and the people who view, as well as create, it, not to mention all the video-dedicated platforms that emerged recently as well.
The point is that there are more places to put your videos and communities craving video content than ever before, which means if you haven’t starting creating videos for social media use, specifically, then you’re seriously missing out.