The Argos Blog
–We’re excited to have our friend, Sean McNearney, contribute his thoughts to the blog. Sean is a production sound mixer based in Idaho. He’s done everything from commercials, feature films, and TV shows, to post production and Foley.–
Today, I want to focus on prepping for a shoot from an audio standpoint. From the initial call to work, right up until we roll. Gotta walk before you run.
Today we’re going to kick back and take a look at a couple of recent movies because, hey, we just like movies, you know.
Moviemaking has been around for about 120 years now and has gone through dozens of formats and format variations. The first films shot at about 12 frames a second. As history moved along, many other formats came and went, and some were quite popular and innovative.
— 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.