As we've discussed in the past, Video is one of the most effective ways to market your product. With that in mind, we have really focused a lot of time in making sure our video process is as efficient and effective as possible.
TRG Reality is a Cleveland multimedia company that can take your marketing needs and turn them into something special. Whether it be in a hectic emergency room or a closed sound stage our video and motion capabilities allow us to create impactful and unique media. We have extensive film and video expertise, as well as in-house editing capabilities that ensure a quick turnaround, giving us the flexibility of shooting in the morning and editing in the afternoon.
Getting Started With Video
When it comes to a Video project, the pre-production is one of the most important parts. It’ll take a huge chunk of your time and your budget if you decide to make changes on set or during editing. The last thing you want is to have to do a re-shoot on something that could have been captured the first time around.
Recent Video Projects
We want your project to go as smoothly as possible, which is why we’ve put together this video project checklist to help you get everything together before work begins. In order for us to provide an accurate estimate, here are five things we’ll need from you:
- What kind of video are you looking for? How-To? Tradeshow? Broadcast? Corporate? Sales? Social?
- What is your timeline and budget?
- How Long is your video?
- Does your video need Motion Graphics or Animation?
- What are the Final Deliverable Specs?
360 Video is all the rage right now - and with good reason. There are a ton of fantastic uses for 360 video within both the entertainment and commercial advertising markets. We wanted to share with you some of the really good videos to get your creative juices flowing. Maybe it will even convince you to pick up the phone and give us a call to get started on your 360 video project. Deal?
Unorganized video shoots can end in disappointment. Here's how pre-production, adaptability, and structure are critical components of every video shoot.
Questions About Your Next Video Project?