Corporate video is
an excellent vehicle to put your message across to potential
clients of your company. You can of course show off your possibilities,
produce, technology and production processes by taking potential
clients to exhibition halls or factory shops. It’s much more
convenient, however, to show everything on video. The ubiquity
of video cassette players enables you to do this in any office,
on either your premises or someone else’s. Otherwise, you
can have your video digitally formatted on a CD or DVD and
played on a computer..
These are designed to call attention to your company’s
exhibition stall. Cassettes and CDs with them can be instrumental
gifts, inasmuch as client CEOs prefer examining your boast
stuff in their offices rather than inspecting it on the exhibition
A sophisticated modern product usually comes with
a heap of instructional documentation which often poses quite
a challenge to anyone trying to master it. An instructional
video solves the problem: it offers a much easier way to get
grasp of new technology and processes. These days, even a
washing vacuum cleaner often comes with an instructional video.
More sophisticated technology cries out for such guides.
MEDIUMS and FORMATS
CD – a standard
650-Mb CD can contain up to 90 minutes of high quality MPEG-1
or MPEG-IV format video for playing on computer.
DVD – This is for playing your
film on home theatre or on computer with DVD drive. It offers
something extra: choice of language, subtitles, text, interactivity.
Videocassettes – we supply films
on them in the Betacam, S-VHS, DVCAM, miniDV and VHS formats.