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Producing A Video Heading into the fourth quarter of the calendar year is often a busy time for companies. We're heading into holiday season, many employees take vacation and businesses are often wrapping things up before end of year.
I was recently asked to define "high-quality video" and it got me thinking: Shouldn't all video be quality video? Do you need the qualifier high? Regardless there are some ways to define quality or high-quality video.
At a high level, a new video project can be broken down into three phases. Inside each phase is a set of milestones. This is the first in a series of three articles that will take a look at pre production, production and post production. This article is all about Pre production which is the planning phase of your video project. While it can often be overlooked, this phase should get your full attention and a portion of your overall budget. If you focus on pre production the other two phases should run smoother and you'll be happier with the end result.
Captioning video makes your story accessible to the hearing impaired. This helps insure your message gets to a wide audience. Captioning is also required for many videos created for government clients, universities, museums and other educational institutions. Many corporations are also requiring videos be accessible. The question many people have is how do I caption my video and what is the best option?
Creative Liquid worked with National Archives in Washington, D.C. to produce a twelve part documentary on the Vietnam.
In 2015-16 Creative Liquid produced a series of diversity awareness videos for the USPTO.