How This New Trend In Video Production Could Benefit You

Author: Henry Schneider |

Blog by Open Window Productions

In the wake of COVID-19, large gatherings became prohibited due to social distancing rules. Consequently, in the video production industry we witnessed a considerable reduction in inquiries for in-person event videos as organizations shifted to scaled-down virtual ones. 

As a result, live-streaming has become more popular than ever before. Of course, there are many different ways to run your live stream, including single cam, multi-cam, running slides and pre-recorded media as picture-in-picture, or as multiple sources with multiple outputs. We take a custom approach to identify the best solution for our clients.

We’ve also noticed that while video production has changed rapidly, impactful storytelling is still needed more than ever to produce high-quality content. However, companies are struggling to generate the same level of engagement from these new virtual events, which is a pain point.

Luckily, we recognized early on that it was challenging for traditional businesses to transition to virtual events. Therefore, we did some R&D and are now uniquely suited to provide a better experience as we’ve developed a high-tech product, The Virtual Event Center. 

Our latest web-based platform will provide a brand new way of hosting a virtual event and will increase the impact of large events over traditional in-person versions. So, if you are looking to create innovative virtual events, then give us a call today. 

With many years of experience, Open Window Productions will help you with your video production needs, as we provide quality content at unbeatable rates.

Our services include social media marketing, testimonials, corporate videos, photography, and video editing. We also offer drones and live streaming for our clients.

We serve clients across Minneapolis, Saint Paul Brainerd, St. Cloud, Red Wing, Bemidji, Rochester, Faribault MN, Eau Claire WI, Fargo ND, Madison WI, Cedar Rapids IA, Des Moines IA, and Sioux Falls SD.

If you have any questions about video production in Minneapolis, MN, please contact us by clicking here. To learn more about the other services we have to offer, please click here.