Zoom conferences are getting tedious and can often look clunky and unpolished. Bad lighting… audio problems… looking up the presenter’s nose. Who agrees? Can I get an amen! 🙌🏼
So pre-recording videos for online conference presentations allows you to enhance the quality of content, and give a more engaging experience to your audience.
Check out this photo showing the editing process for videos we’re producing for the Department of Defence’s upcoming online engineering and technical conference:
Over the last two weeks we’ve assisted them by filming and producing a series of vides including:
- Keynote presentations
- MC/host intros and interludes
With our network of trusted professional camera crews throughout Australia, we’ve been able to ensure consistency in the quality and style of each video recording, even when filmed across 4 different states.
And using green screen backdrops had allowed us to paste in consistent and interesting backgrounds that match with the conference branding.
Do you prefer live or pre-recorded for online conferences?