Lens to Lenses: Single Camera Shoots vs. Multi-Camera Shoots

Posted by Liz Glazier on Oct 15, 2014 3:24:09 PM

When deciding whether to use a single camera or multiple cameras to film your next conference or event, it’s important to thoroughly understand each of the options to determine which will best accommodate your needs.

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Topics: Blog Post, camera, conferences, events, filming, FORA.tv, online video, production, video

Leveraging "Nichefication" with your Video Platform

Posted by Bob Appel on Sep 10, 2013 10:28:28 AM

You may have heard the term before: “Nichefication.”

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Topics: audience, Blog Post, conferences, digital rubbish, distribution, event video, events, Industry News, marketing, platform, production, trends

Event Video: Keep Your Attendees Coming Back for More

Posted by Bob Appel on Jun 19, 2013 2:48:10 PM

Who benefits from the online video of your event? The most common answer: Individuals that cannot attend the event in person because of a scheduling conflict or geography.

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Topics: Blog Post, event video, production

Lights, Camera(s), Action: The Right Camera Setup for Your Event

Posted by Bob Appel on Apr 12, 2013 1:24:24 PM

When I Love Lucy came on the air in 1951, most television series were shot using the single-camera format on a sound stage in multiple takes, with a laugh track added in later. However, Desi Arnaz knew that his wife Lucy was a big presence that shined in front of a live studio audience.

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Topics: Blog Post, camera setup, cameras, production