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It’s been a while since our last Logbook post, which means there’s a lot of news for us to catch you all up on. From our recent projects (filming conferences, testimonials, product launches and promotional videos) to our brand new team member Becky to our trip to LA to work in the glorious hills of Hollywood.
Whilst affordable and cheap may be synonyms of each other, they both have a completely different meaning in relation to your brand and to the work you create. Which is why Future Proof Films creates affordable video content, not cheap content.
Whether you’re a startup looking to explain what it is you do, or an established company looking to explain a new product, service or process, an Explainer Video is the perfect tool for you.
Last week’s session with Billie received 60,000 views in 6 days!
As you may or may not know, the physical space in a Radio studio is relatively small. So one of the initial challenges with filming live sessions in the studio is being able to physically set your cameras where you want them.
One aspect that we often see other companies struggle with is audio; be it inappropriate music, poor recorded sound, or lack of sound design. Each of these elements can make or break a video so it’s important all companies focus just as much on their audio than they do on their video.
For this blog, we’ll just be discussing recorded audio but we’ll be covering other audio elements in future posts.
After what could have been months of planning, filming and editing, there’s no better feeling than giving our clients their finished videos. However, a feeling that does come close is when said videos go ‘live’ on our client’s websites and they push them out to their customers and audiences.
As well as putting the finishes touches on a couple of projects and enjoying the kind words from some very happy clients, this week we’re dedicating a good amount of time to the pre-production on some upcoming corporate videos.
Alexander Graham Bell once said: “Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.”