A new take on conference video production

conference video productionAn exciting few days in Canberra with CEDA was had last month – that’s the Committee for Economic Development – where a colleague and I debuted what we think is a new concept in conference video production; fast filming, extremely fast video editing, and a finished video product available for the audience to view before they even sit down for lunch (or the afternoon sessions, dinner, whatever the case may be). Conference video production with speed and finesse Working with one video producer and one interviewer, a series of videos like the one below were created, each in less than two hours. From shooting the first frame to handing the finished file to AV crew at the back of the room, we pumped them out with accuracy and, we hope, style. We’re keen on developing this fresh new idea in conference video production, so let us know what you think via the contact...

Square video production for social media video

Last month I finished off a number of square video edits I cut for the Public Education Foundation after working as a video producer at the organisation’s Sydney awards nights for a second year running. There’s a simple concept behind square video production; a versatile format which tracks well across different platforms on different devices; not least Facebook and Instagram when video is viewed on mobile phones. Gone are the days of widescreen-only video production. These videos garnered tens of thousands of views on Facebook and Instagram both (the slightly less traffic-erific YouTube version, sitting in a 16:9/widescreen window, appears below as that platform makes embedding easier!). If you’re viewing on a mobile device, check out the square Facebook version here. Drop us a line via the contact tab  – or at bill@billcodemedia.com  – if you’d like some social-ready square video production for your...