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Arbuckle Video Production for the Friends of the High Line
Is Video right for my company?
Becoming a better Producer
Incorporating Visual Assets into a Video
Limitations and Parameters
Quotes for Equipment Packages
Generating a Shooting Script
Information for RFP
Approaching a co-sponsor
Staffing a Freelance Crew
Getting the most out of Scouting
As digital media becomes more and more prevalent, companies are relying on videos as a means to deliver many proclamations. Unfortunately, needs often outway resources and there is rarely a turn-key solution that is easily employed. Arbuckle offers consultation services that help companies properly produce, distribute and monitor video content, at all phases of a project.
Arbuckle provides fee-based consultation and planning to answer questions and to help strategically integrate videos with existing marketing initiatives. We familiarize people with the process and help make valuable decisions before and after videos are completed. Arbuckle evaluates existing footage, previous campaigns, as well as pre-owned equipment.
For many companies, major commercial productions are financially challenging, and "in-house" alternatives are a realistic substitute. Arbuckle can help determine the proper gear and software for your specific situation. Part of our goal is to help your company avoid labor-intensive pitfalls associated with research and production.
Regardless of where you are in the process, feel free to reach out to us for advice. We have 8 years of experience and expertise including the production and distribution of two documentary films. We have released hundreds of videos and have helped in the creation and distribution of many successful video campaigns.
What equipment should I purchase?
Renting vs. Purchasing
Managing your crew
Hiring Crews in different locations
Increasing your "Production Value"
Acheiving specific aesthetics
Storage and File Management
How can I get better traction on my videos?
How should I monitor my videos?
What video platform should I use?
Approaching the Press
Understanding Lengths and Formats
Alternate uses of Finished Videos
Evaluation of completed projects
General Distribution Guidance
Digital Media Recognition