According to Mashable’s Ben Parr “84.4% of U.S. Internet users watched at least one online video in October and the average person watched 10.8 hours of video”, and that was in 2009!
As the technology to produce high quality, high definition video becomes cheaper and more accessible, it’s also becoming ever easier to produce sophisticated, high quality video programs in-house.
And museums have a wealth of assets and activities that can form the basis of programs produced specifically to be viewed on the web - via Facebook, YouTube, GoogleTV, Vimeo, and of course, ArtBabble, for desktop and mobile viewing.
This half-day workshop will lead participants through all the steps required to produce videos for a variety of platforms, on a limited budget. We’ll review the goals, audience and distribution considerations, and cover the all the bases from concept to distribution.
16th–19th November 2011