Videos & DVD Production

Video & DVD Production Professionals

Level 3, 64 Castlereagh St, Sydney

Phone: +61 2 9328 5264 Mobile: +61 410 725 946

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AVPA Accredited Member

Special Event Videos

Conference & Seminar Video Coverage

A professionally produced DVD of footage from a conference hosted by your company is a great way to follow up the attendees. Alternatively, the footage of your seminar can be offered for sale to those that were unable to attend all the presentations.

Product Launches & Opening Ceremonies

We work closely with your event manager or staging company to ensure that every detail is covered on the day of your speech, presentation or seminar.

The footage and soundtrack is then edited in our studios for mastering to either small run DVD duplication or can be mass-produced (DVD replication) for sending your message to potential customers.

The benefits of video coverage for your next key note speech or seminar are enormous. From your customers’ perspective, a copy of the vital information you just shared with them for future reference is invaluable. For people unable to attend, DVD seminar coverage is a cost effective alternative to video conferencing.

Not only do your customers and audience benefit. As the speaker, you also benefit from seeing how you present your material and how you can improve your presentation for future audiences. Better still is that you can sell you the DVD of your seminar or key note speech via your website or at your next trade show or launch.

Seminar DVD-video case study:

At the Regional Business Expo, the "Advice Squad" business presenters had Guardian Media video 3 presentations which gave advice to Business owners on growing their businesses. This was then produced on DVD and is now selling as an informational tool for people wanting to get more out of their businesses.

Advice Squad(4.3M WMV)

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