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!
Video creation is typically split into three stages- pre-production, production, and post-production. Most people are, to some extent, familiar with the production stage; “the lights, camera, action” of the business, and the stage at which the video footage is captured. Post-production, typically seen as second most important, entails the edit and finalization of that footage, after which it finally can be syndicated. But what slows video creation exponentially in both stages is the lack of effort made in pre-production.
The Question: What do NFL’s Justin Tucker, graduate job placement, and Render Perfect all have in common?
The Answer: Two words….University Recruiters.
Georgetown University was our very first client and we have been working with their lacrosse program on their season recap videos since the beginning.
Smartphones have truly revolutionized the way that business is done. They have become a sort of digital Swiss Army knife that can be used in many different ways. Let’s take a minute to discuss 3 ways in which you can use your smartphone to help you plan your next video production. These tips for using basic features (not 3rd party apps), which come standard with any smartphone, will help to save you time and money on your next video production as well as to further clarify your plan of action.