In the past month or so, we’ve all experienced circumstances that until now, have been reserved for big screen blockbusters. Never did most of us think we’d be living in a world taken over by a pandemic of global proportions.
The current healthcare crisis has reshaped many of the ways we engage with each other and the world around us. Although this reality has changed our ability to communicate, our need to do so remains – and in some ways is even more important!
As we continue to speak with our clients, we’ve been hearing a recurring theme as companies all over the country are being forced to alter plans due to event cancellations and postponements.
If you’re like most of us, you’ve experienced your trade shows, events, presentations, or new product introductions being cancelled or postponed due to the global health crisis. Quast Media wants to remind you that technology is available to “bridge” the gap that this health emergency has necessitated. You can still engage your audiences with professionally produced "remotely captured video” technology.
In simple terms, remote video production is a process where content such as interviews can be captured live over the internet at a remote location(s) while post-production is professionally performed at another location.
Think of it – your video – going off as scheduled, all created for you with professional quality that can include guidance by a director, lighting, motion graphics, PowerPoint slides, music and even changing backgrounds using a green screen!
Here’s a short video that will show you how you can leverage the power of this “remotely captured video” to share important information with clients, prospects and employees:
We hope you find this information of value in this difficult time and we’re here to help. If you have an event or video that you’re considering postponing or cancelling – give us a call to find out how technology can truly bridge the social distance that stands between us.