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Video is everywhere, and your next business conference should be no exception. After all, it’s one of the best ways to showcase the work of your company and employees, and can help engage attendees. However, video can be a distraction, or even feel intrusive if it’s not incorporated with intention.

So, how can you strike the right balance? Keep reading to find out how you can leverage video content at your next business conference.

Video Training Curriculum Design

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Video has exploded as a training tool, and it’s no wonder. Video is highly engaging, and studies have shown it can boost retention and learning compared to other forms of instruction.

Not so long ago, we shared how you can successfully design, implement, and analyze a video-based training program for your employees. In today’s post, we’re taking a deeper dive, and focusing in on curriculum design for your training video series. In particular, we’ll cover how thoughtful presentation, pacing, and learning tools can result in highly effective training videos for your business.

Video Privacy

Protecting your video content used to be as simple as setting a password and sharing a link. Today, video privacy options have evolved substantially, and generally for the better. With so many choices, it’s hard to know which is most appropriate for the videos you’d like to share.

In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to evaluate your video privacy needs, and pick the right settings for secure sharing.

user generated content

Video has made it easier than ever for your customers to showcase your products and, ideally, sing your praises! These types of third-party videos are considered “user generated content.” Often thought by viewers to be more authentic than company-produced marketing videos, they can make your brand seem more trustworthy and help win new business.

As the New York Times recently pointed out, nearly anyone can easily create great-looking video with their phone. This is excellent news for brands looking to encourage their customers to create brand-focused content.

So the real question is: How do you inspire people to create videos about your offerings? Read on to find out.

Filmmaking tips for capturing nature

Maybe it’s the warmer weather, maybe it’s the first crocuses poking up through the ground, but all we want to do is head outside and get some fresh air. While we’re at it, we may as well grab some awesome footage of nature in rebirth.

Here are five classic filmmaking techniques you’ll need to capture nature in all her glory.

Corporate Communications

Corporate communications is more important than ever. It used to mean a stuffy newsletter from a detached higher up sent on a quarterly basis. Or worse, a source of embarrassment for firms. It’s all too easy to leak a misguided memo online these days.

However, corporate communications can be a real asset, especially with the introduction of video. From recruiting, to retention, and improving the efficiency of a workforce, corporate communications offers a lot of potential upside to companies that get it right.

Here’s our guide to modernizing your corporate communications strategy with video.

Pro-Perspectives Clark Vandergrift

If video is anything, it’s constantly changing. Knowing where to start, or simply keeping up, can seem daunting at times.

In the first episode of our Pro Perspectives series, we catch up with Clark Vandergrift, an independent photographer and videographer. He shares some amazing tips on how embracing personal work as a laboratory for learning new things can lead to commercial success with video.

Here’s how he does it.

Royal VIP on Set

In this guest post from Bold Content Video, learn exactly how to work with a VIP on set, and the important considerations you’ll need to keep in mind.

How would you handle a film shoot featuring a member of the British Royal Family? We at Bold Content Video have recently wrapped a project doing just that.

In fact, our set was packed with VIPs, as you can see in the behind-the-scenes photo above. From left to right: Radio DJ Roman Kemp, Former Professional Footballer Rio Ferdinand, The Duke of Cambridge Prince William, Journalist/Influencer Carl Anka, and Musician Loyle Carner.

While it may seem incredibly daunting to conduct such a high-profile event, with the right tips, it will be simpler than you think. Keep reading for our suggestions to help your next VIP (or Royal!) shoot run smoothly.

make high quality animated videos

In this guest post from Yum Yum Videos, an explainer video production company, learn the secrets of how they produce compelling animated videos.

How can you produce a high-quality animated video? Is it magic? Is it luck?

Of course not. There are many factors that need to be addressed to end up with an appealing and effective animated video. Also, many professionals are involved in every stage of the process.

From the pre-production and crafting of the creating brief, all the way to the storyboard, voiceovers and animation, this guide will show you the ins and outs of the entire process.

Here are the essential steps you need to take to make a high-quality animated video that communicates your brand’s message in an engaging way. Let’s take a look!

Making a professional screencast

One of the simplest, most common types of video out there is also one that so many companies manage to get really wrong. We’re talking about screencasts.

They’re everywhere, and they’re usually too long, boring, and suffer from easily correctable faults. Whether they’re out of focus, or hard to follow, there are easy solutions to these problems.

If you’ve ever wondered how to make a sharp screencast video that people will actually want to watch, this post is for you. Here are step-by-step instructions, and a video guide, to show you the ropes.

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