High Definition Video Production Producing a video that captures your audience’s 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 high definition video production that looks professional. If you’re producing a television commercial, training video or a promo video for your company website, it is important to understand the different video formats. One of the most common issues we encounter is what quickly became a legacy format – standard definition.
History of 3D part 2 Click here to read History of 3D part1 During the 1960’s and 1970’s, 3D movies continued to be produced, but with only moderate success. One exception was the production of “The Stewardesses,” a soft-core porn film released in 1969 that over time, has grossed over $100,000,000, making it the highest-earning 3D production for decades. The film played for over two years in some theatres and out-grossed many mainstream productions like “Love Story.” With the success of “The Stewardesses” and additional advancements in technology,
A History of 3D 3D is back! Over the years, there have been several “waves” of 3D film production and distribution and it’s back again. Is it back for good or is this just another trend? Did you know commercial 3D movies have been around since 1922? In September of that year, the stereoscopic movie, “Power of Love” was released. The film used the anaglyph process which involves simultaneously shooting two views of a scene and printing each view in a different color. One layer is printed in
OUR PROCESS Let us turn your idea into a compelling video message. PRE-PRODUCTIONThe nuts and bolts of defining the message, creating the story, and assembling the logistical elements to make it happen. Again, budget dictates how far beyond a couple of guys with a camera and some lights we can go. When the job requires a larger crew, we reach out to talented Bay Area professionals we’ve worked with over the last ten years. Pre-production may also require securing the permits to make sure we’re not shut down
Event Coverage Please also see our Live Events page. Our video production company services the entire San Francisco Bay Area including San Francisco, Oakland, Contra Costa and Marin Counties, North Bay, San Jose and Silicon Valley, San Mateo and Alameda Counties and the Napa Valley. San Francisco event video production services includes multi-camera coverage for documenting trade shows, keynote addresses, breakout sessions incorporating Power Point slides, technical demonstrations, sporting events, school events, stage presentations, church events, and creating videos for other similar events in and around San Francisco.