Our award winning production and post-production crews can develop your creative concept and delivery anything from internet advertising to high definition commercials for TV.
With decades of experience, our award-winning St Louis video production crews will take on any project, no matter what the size or scope. We provide turnkey video production services ranging from multiple camera shoots, animation and motion graphics, to live webcast video streaming, post production, and complete video editing. From the Arch to the Zoo, if your dream video project starts and ends in the Gateway City then you’ve found the right video production crews to make it happen.
We’ve done the all the homework and made the connections to create competent video production crews. We’ve handpicked the best professional crews around the Midwest to be a part of our team. This eliminates your time needed to find experienced award winners in the video production field. We take care of all the work and phone calls, to create schedules, negotiate rates, and confirming the necessary authorization is in place. It is our top priority to source the right video production crew for your shoot while working within your budget.
We can video your client testimonials and B-Roll on short notice.
B-Roll is the term used in video production for any footage that is not meant to be the primary subject of the video. It is often used as filler in between interviews or other primary footage. B-Roll footage can help add an extra layer of professionalism to your videos as well as provide an easy way to connect other videos together.
Your audience is busy, and they don’t have time to read an entire blog post or click through a long website full of information. Video testimonials, on the other hand, can be as short as 10 seconds or as long as 10 minutes. The key to a successful testimonial video is to give them what they want as quickly and efficiently as possible. To do this, you need to keep a few things in mind when writing the producers prompts for responses or you write a testimonial script. The first step is to pick a topic. This can be anything from the history of your business to an explanation of your core business practices. And then, you will want to find a location for filming. This is where B-Roll comes in handy. Use any props that are available to you, such as a whiteboard or posters on the wall, to help illustrate your points. Or simply gather shots at their office or their place of business.