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Producing a video that captures your audiences’ attention and delivers your company’s message is no easy task. There are several things you can do to improve your company’s video and end up with a video production that looks professional. If your producing a television commercial, training video or a promo video for your company website, it is important to understand the different video formats available. In this article we will discuss the different resolutions of digital video. » Read more..
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Our video production company services the entire San Francisco Bay area including San Francisco, Oakland, Contra Costa and Marin Counties,San Jose and Silicon Valley, San Mateo and Alameda Counties. San Francisco event video production services includes multi-camera coverage for documenting technical events, sporting events, school events, stage presentations, church events, and creating videos for other similar events in and around San Francisco. We believe event video production is certainly one of the most rewarding fields in terms of pure emotional satisfaction. Our goal is to capture a video that will help you relive important events over and over again. » Read more..
Elements of video production include (1) Pre-Production, (2) Production, and (3) Post-Production. All video productions are organized this way to ensure that the process is a seamless one, and the final-result is as envisioned. Pre-production is the planning stage of your shoot, and occurs before the camera starts rolling. By creating storyboards, scouting locations, and figuring out the budget ahead of time, the goal is for your production to be free of unnecessary worry. Production is the shooting stage of your shoot, which includes cinematography, audio, lights, as well as directing, art and effects. Post production begins when your camera stops rolling. All footage is then logged and captured, organized, and then edited. But Post Production does not stop here. Effects and transitions are designed, music is added, and color compositions are made. Crushpix Video Production serving San Francisco and the East Bay.