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Post Production Facility Or Hotel?

Post Production Facility Or Hotel?

That headline may be a bit offbeat, but it’s a valid question…so, read on.

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Digital Video Delivery

Digital Video Delivery

While you, as a producer, communications agent or marketer feel a project is completed and ready for broadcast air once the client gives the OK, that video spot may not actually be done. What does that mean? Well, it is becoming increasingly popular to have…

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What is a Digital Cinema Package (DCP)?

A DCP is the digital equivalent of a 35mm film print. It is what you give to a commercial theater so that they can screen your movie on a digital (D-Cinema) projector. Due to the emergence of D-Cinema, 35mm film has nearly vanished from all…

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Henninger Holiday Greeting

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Organize Before You Archive

To prepare for the move to our new office space, the entire Henninger team was enlisted to help clean out the old space. It was a MASSIVE undertaking. We’d occupied over 30,000 square feet of space for nearly 25 years. One of the major projects…

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Why Should You Be Using Video To Communicate?

Why Should You Be Using Video To Communicate? It doesn’t matter what you have to say……………………..it’s how you say it. You could be an independent producer or a major government contractor and in either case, without communicating an effective message, someone’s voice will not be…

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We Rent Edit Suites!

The headline is not misleading…we rent edit suites! Our new facility includes seven rooms available for rent as edit suites or office space. Each can be configured as an Avid, a Final Cut (Mac only) or an Adobe Premiere suite and includes 1TB of storage….

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Without Audio – You Can’t Hear A Thing

So the reality show you and your friends watched on television last night was great. And the wildlife documentary you watched on your tablet looked cool. Oh yeah, those pretty pictures on all the binge watched programs seen this weekend were awesome. What is it…

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The Challenge: Period-Appropriate Sound Design

Sound design helps viewers lose themselves in movies and television shows. When it’s done well, the effect is so subtle that you don’t even consciously notice it. Rather than thinking about the clanking and chugging sounds of a steam engine, you just feel like you’re…

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Video Production 101: Planning Successful Video Projects Pt.2

-By Sue O’Hora Part one of this series is posted here. It introduces the three stages of a video production project (pre-production, production and post-production) and provides tips for defining a creative approach and formulating the basics for your project: the deadline, length of the…

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