We want to create a lasting partnership with you. By meeting your needs and assisting you to put on the best possible event, we hope to become a trusted partner in offering your future events, too. Below are the twelve basic steps to help make that happen.
The following equipment and processes are used for each track/room being recorded:
In post production we add a conference title slide or motion graphic, depending on what you prefer and what graphic resources are available. We can include one or more sponsor recognition slides, depending on how you've sold sponsorships. We then add in a presentation slide and a presenter slide.
For the keynote presentations, depending on content, we'll spend more time in post production determining the best transitions between speaker dominance and slide dominance. For an example, see: Simplicity Matters - the density of the information on the slides will determine whether we bring them into a larger perspective.
For the rest of the talks, we typically decide on a set position for presenter and slides, usually with slides dominating the screen, and then we don't transition dominance during the presentation.
We will provide a discount on video services if you agree to release the videos under a Creative Commons license (presenters maintain their copyright on materials).
We include estimates for travel, freight, and accommodations. No other expenses are involved.
We typically require a 50% deposit at the time you commit to our services. The final 50% balance is due after all of the presentation videos have been produced and delivered to you or posted on the internet, depending on your choice. In the rare case of technical difficulties, we provide a reduction in charges pro-rated for any videos that are not delivered.
Depending on the option you choose, turn around time for videos can be same day or, more typically, 14-21 days.
For redundancy, the slides are recorded with the hi-res recorded as well as the third camera. Audio is captured on all cameras, as well as the audio recording device. The speaker is on the primary camera and the second camera. All aspects of the presentation are recorded in two or more places.
We need you to provide the following, prior to us arriving on-site: