St Louis Video Crews bring you advanced knowledge and the latest HD equipment and full packages for lighting, sound and any support services that your project can need or imagine. Our clients include A-B InBev, Bayer, Nestle Purina, Pfizer a host of advertising and PR firms and hundreds of clients directly both large and small. Our goal is, and always was to offer you the finest resource in video production support available, regardless of the size or scope of your project. We are proud to serve our clients, and thrilled to provide our professional video production services.
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
We specialize in corporate and creative commercial videos but have experience in many video production arenas. You can be as involved or detached from the entire production process as you’d like.
Being a one-stop shop for all things related to business video means you have a direct source to clear vision in order to reach your video marketing goals. From pre-production to post and final cut, we have an expert video team ready and willing to make your vision aesthetically pleasing and emotionally engaging.
Our Corporate Production capabilities include:
We will create a professional video in the style you need to get your point and your point of view across on target. Whether serious, funny, light-hearted, whimsical, artsy video – any style you need, our crew will create and produce. Not only your subject matters, but the feelings that you wan to to leave your audience with are all captured and produced with our professional crew and the keen photographic eye of their videography.
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
Medical video production, like medicine itself, is a science and an art. As a science, medical videos, and medical multimedia communications in general, must be precise and concise. You must communicate your message in as few words as possible, yet make the message clear and memorable. Your audiences have little time for listening, and no patience for ambiguity. We can help you organized and communicate in a clear, effective manner.
Photography and video for medical communications.
St Louis Video Producer
St Louis, Missouri, USA
Nowadays, people use the Internet for all kinds of transactions. Because of this, businesses should be aware of how to reach more customers via the Internet. Online video marketing is a great way to promote your business.
Your titles are very important. Make sure your titles are relevant and interesting to draw viewers in. Your title will also give them an idea of what to expect from your video. Make up catchy and creative names for each of your videos.
Making a video is just part of the battle. Additionally, you must do a great deal of promoting. You’ll get more clickthroughs with good marketing techniques. You can produce great content, but you also have to make sure targeted customers see your content.
Put together some credits for your videos. You should give a title to your videos, list the names of the people who appear in your videos or who helped you and of course give some details about the products featured in the videos. Make sure you add a link to your main site and encourage viewers to visit it for more information.
Do not avoid video marketing because you are shy. If it is hard for you to talk in front of a camera, do as many takes as you need and edit your video. Ask a friend or a colleague to help you by demonstrating products with you or interviewing you.
When using video marketing to increase your website traffic, you have to remember who you are talking to. Your audience is crucial. You need to target your videos to a specific audience, and you will notice that they will become more engaged, interested, and more likely to make your video marketing a success.
Video Production on Location
The content you use needs to be interesting. Your video should catch people’s attention. Putting it up on YouTube may get you more views, but your popularity will decline quickly if your video isn’t interesting. Folks like engaging content that contains solid information. You can continually increase your traffic by always providing interesting videos.
Never, never, never try to sell your viewers something in your video. Instead, offer your visitors something worthwhile such as a demonstration of how to do something or how to use a product. By offering relevant information, your visitors are more apt to visit your website, which could in turn result in a sale.
Product reviews help visitors learn about different products. This type of video is the least used video marketing tool. Do not only concentrate on your products, but also include reviews about products that complement your products. For example, if your business specializes in shampoo, do several product reviews on hair styling products.
Professional video camera operators with many years of experience.
If you plan to begin a video marketing campaign, put some time into designing a YouTube channel for your business. This will make your videos easy to find, and if a viewer enjoys the first video, they will have multiple others right at their fingertips. This organized, clustered way of presenting your videos will help to draw more viewers, and thus more customers.
Videos can be a successful marketing tool. Marketing your business through videos is a smart way to reach millions of potential customers.
A unique and balanced blend of ground and aerial video are wonderfully edited here for the marathon to be held in St Louis.
We shot with the San Diego crew on a beautiful day throughout the city. We had both a ground team and an aerial team to coordinate seamless editing transitions that really look remarkable in our final video clip.
Do you want to learn more about using video marketing to promote your business? Are you not quite sure what it means or how you get started?
Videos can easily be used to explain your products or services to potential customers. Seeing how a product works will help your customers understand how to use your product and why buying from you is preferable to other sellers. So, learning to make videos to explain what you are selling will easily help build your customer base.
If you can be the first person to discuss a topic, that’s the best choice for content. Talk about things you truly are an expert in and provide tips, which can’t be found elsewhere. When people see that what you’re offering isn’t found on other sites, they’ll consider your site to be the expert in the field.
Monitor in production on location showing spokesperson for ADA talking to teleprompter on video camera
Transparency and an earnest message are extremely important. If you create a video, make sure that you’re doing it about things you really know about and believe in. If you are authentic in your videos, people will probably enjoy them and come back often for more.
Keep in mind that some people surf the Internet using large screen televisions for their monitors. YouTube accepts large video files now. So, do not turn your nose up at high-definition content. Someone looking at your content on a fifty inch plasma will not buy from you if they just see pixels.
Always display your website URL in your video. Most video-editing software packages include the option of placing a text box inside your video. This is the perfect way to ensure that anyone who views your video will know where to learn more, even if they end up seeing your video on a site other than your own.
If you are planning to use videos to market your business you want to be sure that you use a high quality HD camera. Thanks to advances in technology people expect to see videos in high definition. We can help your with your production in our studio or we can shoot you at your business location. We can also pick-up some background footage or B-roll to add content to your video.
These questions, initially devised to produce accurate news reports, are also used or adapted to solicit information for a variety of non-journalistic objectives, from scientific research and job interviews, to the census and police reports.
For our purposes, we are interested in applying them to the creation of non-fiction stories from documentaries to informational videos. The backbone of all stories remains the interview and represents the gateway to your objective as storyteller: to bring insight and understanding to your cause.
The yardstick we use to measure an interviewer’s skill is his or her ability to ask the right questions of the interviewee to get what the audience needs to hear. Entire bodies of work have been published around the subject of best practices for conducting successful interviews. Our producers understand these best practices and know how to use them.
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production