October 2013 - S-Films

Dallas Video Production Company and Corporate Video Production Services

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Dallas, Texas, has been a hot spot for corporate video production, increasingly over the last 30 years.  With the North Texas area being centrally located in the United States, Dallas is a strategic location for company headquarters.  Back in the 1980’s Exxon moved it’s worldwide headquarters to Irving (a suburb of Dallas) and many other corporations have followed suit. This has led to a high demand for corporate video production in Dallas and nearby Fort Worth.  Especially with the growth of web and internet videos, companies are searching for reputable video and film production houses to help create short web videos for sales and marketing. Dallas offers generally lower rates than the two coasts.  Being a relatively non-union state enables the corporate client’s dollars to go directly to the production value on the screen.  And the crew in Dallas and Fort Worth are extremely capable and very experienced. With this high demand, it’s also interesting how some out of state production companies are gaming the search-engine browsing by representing themselves as a Dallas-Fort Worth video…

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Dallas Corporate Seminars and Conferences Video Production Service

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  Dallas Event Marketing Video Production Services from S-Films Part of our specialty is covering corporate seminars and conferences.  We’ve been asked to do everything from a one camera in the back of the room setup, to a live webcast through Google Hangouts, complete with multi-cameras and a switcher. Conference video coverage usually breaks down into these categories: Simple one-camera record and run; multi-camera coverage; shooting for iMag (image magnification); and broadcast.  We have shot and handed footage over to our clients to take back to their in-house department to edit, and we’ve provided turn-key, all the way to finished edit for some clients. The simplest approach is the one person, one camera shoot.  The videographer sets up in the room and shoots the speaker.  Audio is patched through the in-house sound, or a wireless lav mic from the videographer is put on the speaker.  Occasionally we’ll be asked to provide a video out so that iMag can happen, but generally, that’s not asked for in a simple one camera shoot. Multicamera shoots provide a…

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