|10 January 2019|
For a week over the Christmas period, the team at Take One welcomed Larenz, a college student for a week’s worth of work experience. Here is a rundown of his new found skills and experience.
|20 December 2018|
Live TV often seems just as flawless as pre-recorded shows, but behind the scenes, there is a team of hardworking people bringing that show to life. In this week’s blog, we take a look behind the scenes of live TV.
|13 December 2018|
There’s more to video than meets the eye. Hidden underneath the compelling stories and special effects is a goldmine of data. In this blog we share ideas of how to analyse and act upon your viewers behaviour.
|29 November 2018|
With thousands of videos being uploaded every day, it is important for you to stand out and make your videos as accessible as possible. In this blog, we explain how you can download and upload your own Closed Captions to YouTube.
|22 November 2018|
Although there is a place for the handheld camera technique, try not to rely on it – even if the camera has an ‘Image Stabilisation’ function, it’s not good practice. Whenever possible use a tripod to support your camera; even a cheap tripod is better than none at all.
|16 November 2018|
We’ve all been in a situation when you’re filming someone talking to the camera and there is a lot of background noise which you can’t control. Here is our advice on how to get clear-sounding audio.
|08 November 2018|
Agreeing standard guides and campaign criteria is vital when starting a content strategy plan or campaign. Take a look at this blog for considerations to make for the types of video goals you are looking to achieve.
|25 October 2018|
Want to get higher in the search rankings? Here are some tips on how you can optimise your website to boost your online presence.
|27 September 2018|
You’ve had your lovely corporate video filmed and now it’s time to start editing. Read this blog for some editing tips to help get you started.
|20 September 2018|
Good quality audio is as important, if not more so than vision, and often gets forgotten about. Struggling to hear clear dialogue is one of the most common complaints levelled at feature films and TV nowadays.