St Louis Corporate Video Production can take many forms. Taping at a live event and streaming. Interviews with key executives for website videos as well as for distribution to the general media. Do you need to shoot in a studio or can we come setup a scene in your offices? We can accomplish these and pick up some B-roll shots at your various manufacturing and distribution sites as needed.
Videotaping for the internet communications delivery tools of YouTube, Vimeo and other video repositories can also take many forms. We can shoot at multiple locations and we have a green screen studio and a portable setup too.
You can always Go Green! That is…let us shoot you against our green screen, as you tell us your message. Many times video for the web is shot on green screen and then keyed out for insertion as an FLV file directly over HTML website copy.
We are experts at shooting and streaming video for the web, as well as the creation and insertion of video graphics and complete DVD production services. We can shoot your video in our spacious video production studio or at your corporate location of choice.
We can also scout out a location for you. If you are unsure about what will best suit your needs, we would be more than happy to make recommendations for you.
You will be amazed at our resourcefulness and don’t forget we can get video and DVD duplications of your program at any quantity desired!
St. Louis Photography and Video Production shot in studio for Sleep Easy a corporate sleep product manufacturer. Photo images and video clips for the web and email presentations.
In-studio we use high definition video and green screen technology to put you in the setting of your choice, any setting, indoors or out. Using this technology, you are videotaped in front of a green background. During editing, the green color is removed and an image, video or flash animation background is added in its place. This is an ideal technique for professional quality corporate commercials on a limited budget. In-studio video productions can also be used to create a video blog, commercial, sales presentation, testimonial or branding video.
The green screen technique can also be used to create a walk-on in which you or another representative from your company appears to walk on to your web site to personally greet visitors and serve as their online guide to your company. A walk-on creates a personal connection with your visitor from the moment they land on your site and guides them to the information they need. If you are not comfortable appearing on your web site yourself, you can also choose a professional spokesperson to represent your company.
We often shoot and edit for professionals in the financial and healthcare related industries. Video production isn’t just an effective content marketing strategy for businesses dealing with financial services and products, its an effective strategy for companies within any industry.
If you’re in the business of providing financial services or products, then implementing a video content strategy into your marketing efforts is not something that you’ll want to forgo. Working with a professional video production company can help your business to create highly professional video content that will effectively inform and engage your audience.
On The Road To The Abolition Of Slavery
Abolition News Network Corporate Communications
St. Louis Video Production – St. Louis Video Editing
Producer, Stephen Edison confers with two actors on the set of the ANN video production about slavery during the civil war. Camera operator Dave Topping sets up for the next video taping segment. The entire set was created and designed by Mike Haller.
St. Louis Music Video for the web.
Any sized business can make video work for them. It’s a great communication tool, especially on the web. An educational classroom video for music students. The sound of music, different sounds come from different objects. Video Producer and Editor Mike Haller, 314-892-1233 St. Louis, MO
St Louis Video Production for a local highly specialized insurance firm. A wonderful client to work with. Rob Haller, Producer,314-892-1233. Milton Oldendorph, videographer. The video shows how effective still images can go a long way in producing and directing a marketing video.
St Louis Video Production – Corporate Marketing Video segment – Music Video
Here is a segment of a corporate marketing video used for a St Louis Music Company to enhance their image on the internet with video production. The video was shot in HD and then edited in post production back at the studio. Milt Oldendorph was the senior video producer. Rob Haller was the assistant video director, 314-892-1233. All video in this sequence was shot in St. Louis, Missouri.
YouTube and Google adwords video clips are some of the best types of search tools available for businesses today. Here is an early prototype. In the dawning days of the internet we were already playing with video on the internet. Of course the files were much, much smaller. Today, content loads are much quicker and more dependable. Rob Haller would be happy to discuss your video needs and how to garner good SEO rankings with your keyword search requirements.
The above St Louis Video Production was for Historical Television. A series of DVD chapters based upon American History. The clip above relates to how history would be if the time had a more modern day news reporter on the scene. Quite an interesting scenario to see a modern day reporter back at the time of the American Civil War.
Historical News Network St. Louis Video Production this segment videotaped at Faust Park in West St Louis county.
We are very happy with the reception of our new production “Slavery” by the fictional Historical News Network. This is a new approach, never attempted before, of a comprehensive teaching and study of the history of slavery in the United States in the 18th and 19th century by allowing students to hear the actual words and thoughts spoken by most all personalities involved that contributed to this subject, both for and against from 1776 until after the Civil War.
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production