Our Mobile broadcasting enables the production of high quality streamed Video either for a local audience or out on the net.
Everything from corporate photographs to Wedding Day memories, from portraits to science investigtions.
GCSE and A level Videos covering most exam boards Videos on Practicals and lessons. We have hundreds of videos on our YouTube channel teaching science and other topics.
We also run making better video, teaching users to create better video and to learn new techniques like animation, learning to light scenes better and to use foley.
We also write and produce a weekly video and Podcast on the enviroment - Going Green.
Over the course of the pandemic we produced 8 45min programmes on Science and Maths a week, which were used widely around the world. The live videos on Science experiments were designed to help students aged 14-18 to go over experiments and topics in Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
We also do live Streamed Organ Concerts. The Organ is usually a difficult instrument to see, but using a few cameras, the audience can watch the hands and the feet sweep over the keys as they listen to the concert.
We also do virtual concerts and virtual church services.
Using our ATEMS we can stream all sorts of different topics, from computer games, to science experiments, from one to one discussions to organ concerts.
We create a whole series of videos or just a one off.
We carry out the whole process from the design and script writing to the post production.
We like to do the whole film making processs correctly to produce an excellent finished article, albebit a short film or an advert
After a lot of effort from my son we now have a working countdown timer in the Hyperdeck Shuttle to use before live broadcasts. The render time was high at about 3 hours but now done it is really easy to use and configure.
Teaching ray diagrams online using @pascoscientific light. The light levels need to be low so that the student can see what is going on so the studio lights have to go off. The cameras work at low light levels so the student can literally see in the dark.
Balancing chemical equations doesn’t have to be like this, but it certainly does work
The graphic says it all. The Going Green Podcast is working and being downloaded, as well as many time more of the video of the podcast.
I find it hard looking into the camera. I prefer to talking to people rather than staring into a lens. I find it hard to train myself to look into the lens rather than looking at a screen.
We made a video a while ago but somehow it got a little lost in the filing system, so when it showed up and a bit was missing we needed to recreate the scene so that a missing part could be slotted in.
Power Cut - Can I manage to continue? Yes the laptop is on battery. The routers on UPS. No Internet - Virgin Media down for a few hours. But the backup Internet is still there using 4Com. We can survive it just takes a few minutes to configure
I meet some teachers that say that students cannot improve. But those are the one's who don't work with the students to find their weaknesses and turn them into strengths. The good teachers are those that not just let students blossom, but those who prepare the roots well.
The 70-200mm f2.8 lens is quite heavy for handheld photos and video especially once we add on a battery case the Tascam XLR adaptor and microphones on the Canon R5C, so adding this pistol grip to the lens really does make a difference