Posts Tagged ‘austin’

Behind the Scenes: “Chill Lizard”

We recently had the chance to start working with Braon Moseley from Vibrance Technology, based out of Round Rock, Texas. We were brought on to do video production work for a commercial marketing a new device he invented, the Chill Lizard, which is a wireless sensor system designed to notify you when drinks are the…

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Options for licensing music for your film or video

There’s few cases in editing commercials, short films, wedding videos, or any kind of video where you won’t need music of some kind, whether it’s featured more prominently (even for a few seconds) or softly underlying the rest of the audio you’re using. When used appropriately, in good taste, and with the right dips, rises,…

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Hey, maybe consider a product demo video!

You have an awesome product and you want to share it with the world! But you can’t physically do that with every person you’re trying to reach– you could try, but good luck! When you are able to talk about your product, put it in the hands of a potential customer, and allow them to…

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Why In-House Video Production is a Mistake

Dynamic websites, creative content, and social networking presence have become integral to companies wanting to reach new clientele. When working for a company, you might have been put in a situation before where you need or want a video for marketing, demonstration, or even something simple for the website. With lower-cost digital cameras and cell…

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Behind the Scenes of “Carnivores”

 Watch the short film, online now! In 2011, I formed a team for the Austin 48-Hour Film Project and we made it in to the Top 10 and took home the awards for “Best Cinematography” and “Best Use of Character” for our short, The Walker. In 2012, I took a break from the competition and…

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Re:Write Conference 2013

We had the opportunity last week to do the event videography for the second annual Re:Write, a writer’s conference hosted by The Fedd Agency to “help writers rediscover their voice and reinvent their approach in order to find resilience in a marketplace that is both struggling and exhilarating.” It was held this year at the Renaissance…

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Behind the Scenes of “Dee’s Final Fling”

 Watch the short film, online now! I love the medium of short films and the kind of unique stories that can be told in them. I’ve seen a lot of great ones under five minutes that give you a simple setup and usually rest on an ending that’s either a punchline, twist, or surprise. I…

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