When it comes to your video content, do you have a competitive advantage? Do you even know how to compete with other companies like yours that are using video for communications, marketing, and learning? You need to know how to make sure you are the leading the pack when it comes to leveraging video content.
Our friends over at VideoBlocks.com recently found some interesting trends. People are searching for videos like they once did stock images and photos. Are you? Take a look at this infographic.
Just a few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting up with some HR and talent professionals at the Wisdom 2013 conference hosted by Peoplefluent in Orlando. As you may remember, Peoplefluent recently completed the acquisition of KZO Innovations by Bedford Funding…and for good reason. At Wisdom, we saw firsthand how video is weaving its
Adobe Premiere is a great tool for creating high quality videos. Adobe Premiere Pro supports high resolution video editing at up to 10,240 × 8,192 resolution, at up to 32-bits per channel color, in both RGB and YUV. Audio sample-level editing, VST audio plug-in support, and 5.1 surround sound mixing are available. For those more
Adobe Premiere Creative Suite 6 now supports Mac OS X. This is excellent news for Mac users who want to take advantage of Adobe’s CS6 features like setting up and managing workflows and workspaces, importing and managing files and other digital footage, and editing and sequencing content. We want to make sure you can
At KZO Innovations we get a lot of questions from customers on how to produce a professional enterprise video. KZO has a library of manuals and videos to support our clients in the production of enterprise video. To introduce you to enterprise video production, we made a list of tips and basic advice on how
Video and business truly go hand-in-hand. Dating back to the 70s, the Picturephone, created by AT&T, was the first glimpse at business video. From there, the use of online video in enterprise applications has continually improved, expanded and been further integrated into our businesses. We recently compiled the infographic below that was shared on MarketingProfs