Well it’s the width and the height of an image or a screen and the number represents the size of your video at its lowest common denominator. Examples come in different shapes and sizes: 16:9, 4:3, 3:2, 1:1, etc.
Today users are viewing your video content on screens oriented or positioned in two ways: horizontal (flat screen TVs and computer monitors or vertical (mobile devices) mainly for social video content.
It’s important to plan and deliver your video for the aspect ratio or screen orientation that your audience will be viewing it. This will likely mean a little more work in post-production to create different versions of your video for let’s say YouTube and Facebook.
Advertising, but optimized viewing means better viewing and more attention, and that is the whole point when delivering video to an audience, right?
Growth, it’s talked about often in the world of marketing and advertising, but it’s also found in the world around us. Without process, there is no growth. The days of organic growth are starting to dwindle away and so are the relaxed advertising campaigns; the good news is that it’s a slow and steady decline and there’s room to learn and grow. Continue reading “On Understanding Growth & Strategy”
It’s never been more important for businesses to tell their stories using video. Social Media and powerful mobile devices have changed the way your customers and prospects share and discover your business. If your business is not currently using video with a strategy that is working toward enabling and empowering your overall business goals and marketing efforts you are missing a huge opportunity.
Your video’s message needs to be clear, succinct and direct. Your interviewees may not always be as direct as you’d like them to be. Enter VO (Voiceover) Narration, the simplest and most direct means of moving your video content forward. There are many ways that VO Narration benefits a video. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest things that VO Narration can do for your next project!