Post Category: Video Production

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10 Essential Planning Documents for Video Production

6 MIN TO READ Producing original video content is hard work that can require a large investment of time and money … and failure usually isn’t an option. However, knowing how to use the correct planning documents is the secret to any production’s success. Using the right apps and tools to create these documents will greatly simplify your video production process, and can be…

Making Great Video Content on Any Budget: Lessons in Three Stories

5 MIN TO READ It’s important to know how to make good content when budget, location, and time are limited. SproutVideo’s Hoda Emam sat down with commercial director Jyri Pasanen to talk about making video content with these types of constraints. Watch Jyri’s entertaining stories, as well as the lessons we can learn to help you sidestep challenges, and create great content regardless of the limitations.

Six Steps to Nail Your Live On-Camera Delivery

4 MIN TO READ The vast majority of us spent a large amount of time this past year interacting with people through screens. And while most of those quick conference calls are relatively low stakes, what do you do when you need to nail a live stream for your business or for a large audience? In this post, we’ll take you through six steps…

Top 7 Tools You Need to Elevate Your Solo Filming Projects

5 MIN TO READ While having a full-fledged video crew is great and has so many benefits, sometimes you’ll have to do video projects solo. This may seem like a daunting task, but with proper planning and some very helpful tools, you can become the one-person film crew of your dreams. In this post, we’ll show you seven essential tools for solo film projects….

The New Normal for Video Production

5 MIN TO READ A year ago, video productions of all shapes and sizes came to a screeching halt. The outbreak of COVID-19 upended the industry, and put many, many people out of work. As the months ground on, creative ways were found to manage shoots safely, and work has resumed for much of the industry. Still, a lot of that work looks pretty…