— This is Part 2 of a five-part series on creating your video from the birth of an idea to its digital reveal. The series will cover Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production and Distribution.
This week we’re going to take a peek at a few projects we’re working on here at Argos Productions. This is another way we can share more about who we are, what we do, and the journey we’re on with the community.
Okay, you’ve got a video about your business or organization, but what do you do with it now? Essentially, you need to find a video host and server that can handle the file sizes, the access, a larger potential audience and the ability/bandwidth to accommodate multiple viewers. Just putting it on your business website will limit all of those things. You aren’t really in the business of being a video distributor. That’s where a video hosting service comes in.
— This is Part 1 of a five-part series on creating your video from the birth of an idea to its digital reveal. The series will cover Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production and Distribution.
This week we’re going to hit the rewind button and shine a quick spotlight on a few recent projects we’re proud of here at Argos Productions. Think of it as a glimpse of some of our backstory, as we share more about who we are and what we do.
Anyone who has seen their share of PowerPoint presentations may think an alternate name for one of these would be Bedtime Story.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
We’re all trying to make the world a better place, aren’t we? We’ve created a useful product, fulfilled a needed service or found a beneficial niche. We made a better sandwich, sang an inspirational song or figured out how to do that one little logistical thing you hate to do yourself.
Video is everywhere. It’s on your Facebook page. It’s on your website. It’s on Twitter and Instagram. It’s on one site after another. So, you know you want to use video as a tool to tell people who you are and what you’re about, whether you are a small business, a lone artist or a group with a cause or event.
In Greek mythology lived a giant with a hundred eyes. It was pretty hard to get anything past him, because he always kept a few eyes open, even when he slept. His name was Argos (or Argus) Panoptes, which means “all-seeing.” While pictures of this big fellow covered with eyes may be a bit unsettling, there is nothing unsettling about his namesake here in Boise — Argos Productions.