Category Archives: Video Tips

iMotion Video

How To Work With iMotion Video

A recorded coaching call with a brand new client. Every once in a while, a new client wants some clarification of how to best work with us as their video production provider. Below is a recent coaching session I conducted (and asked permission to share). Because of the length, I've broken the video coaching session…

Producers Blog Episode 5

How To Express Ideas & Concepts Visually We all struggle to come up with visuals for our video content from time to time. If you're smart, you're not too worried about the "visuals" when you're INITIALLY coming up with a promotional video script. Hopefully, you're focusing on the message first.  Because if your script sucks,…

Producers Blog Episode 03

How to fix a BAD video script And Make More Effective Videos Look, the MOST important part of an promotional video is the script. Hands down, the message trumps any fancy motion graphics that we can add.  Think of the "video" (the moving parts) as a supplement to your message.  If your message is weak....your…

Episode 3 - Business Video Ideas

Most businesses struggle with coming up with ideas on what types of videos they should be making....or outsourcing (hopefully to us). Here are a few ideas you might be able to expand upon: If you're not a discount video production club member, you may want to join our waiting list. We have open enrollment a…

Episode #2 Producers Blog - Autoplay vs No Autoplay

The debate over autoplay vs no autoplay in promotional videos continue. After receiving a support ticket from one of our clients asking us to reduce the volume of the video we produced for him, it triggered this debate.... Please leave a comment or question below.  We LOVE to hear from you!

Episode #1 Add Your OWN Voice To A Professionally Produced Video

Well, this is our first "Producers Blog" video post. The first of many more to come. In fact, each week (eventually each day) we will be discussing ways you can use video for your business. Make sure you watch the video above. It should spur some ideas for you even if you produce your own…