Live Video Production Raleigh NC: Lt. Governor Dan Forrest. NCSU Science Summit Session 3

We provided video streaming services for Dan Forrest at the 2013 NC State Institute of Emerging Issues Science Summit. At events such as this, we bring out all the stops. There’s a number of things that could go wrong so we rehearse and prepare just like a sports team. Our Raleigh video production team excels when the pressure is one. Events such as the Science Summit require you get it right the first time. Technical difficulties just aren’t tolerated. With that in mind, there’s a few things you can do to ensure your event is a success:

  1. Hire experts! Our Raleigh video production team can handle everything from wiring to setup and post-processing and video editing
  2. Make time for mistakes. If you practice in advance of the big event, chances are you’ll be much more successful.
  3. Arrive early. One way to take the pressure off is to get a jumpstart on the day.  Getting in early enough to visualize what needs to be done will allow you to minimize unexpected issues. Video production, especially live/streaming video, is a tricky art. Ensuring the set, actors/agents, and staff act as one is very important.  This sort of chemistry can make or break the video shoot and make production very difficult if time isn’t allotted to keep surprises to a minimum. By getting in early, our Raleigh video production team ensures success. You wouldn’t believe the gotchas we’ve seen over the years.

All in all, the most important thing you can do is hire someone that does this for a living. Our Raleigh video production studio is the perfect for walkthroughs and team building. If you’d like to know more about our live/streaming video production for Raleigh and Cary, NC; contact us today.

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