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As we go along we often stumble upon some cool software and resources. Our little blog is a place where we like to share those with you. Occasionally we may brag a little bit about the nifty completed projects or web applications we've developed. Hope you'll enjoy the read!

Video, Direct-Powerpoint and Twitter for conference webcasts

Digilogue have just completed another successful webcast event. NAPD are widely seen in the education community as one of the more interactive, grass-roots and networking organisations. Part of their strategy involves webcasting their conference proceedings, and providing a high quality of presentation archives for members.

Below is a very short example of how we integrate live video, digitised powerpoint and a live twitter feed.

2015-05-11

Ten Tips for planning Web Video production

Digilogue plan, develop and implement web video for clients in the areas of marketing, elearning and general communication. Web video is a powerful way to communicate - it's personal, succinct, and develops a relationship between the creator and viewer.

Digilogue web development use the list below to help plan web video with clients....

2015-05-11

Tips for Adding Engagement at events & conferences

Tips for Adding Engagement at events & conferences

Below are a few ideas to help enhance conferences/other events - probably of most interest to Event Management managers and companies 

These ideas range in complexity. You may see one or two that are "high-impact low-effort" that fit in with your conference communications strategy. These are ‘potential ideas’ rather than recommendations! I think that in particular, webcasting of conference / presentations especially if you already have AV in place is low-hanging-fruit and will delight your clients.

2015-05-11

Screencasting Combined with Green-screen video

 Screencasting Combined with Green-screen video

2015-07-12

Value-Added options for Video

 If you go to the expense of a conference, then you should (at a fraction of the price) probably webcast it. If you are webcasting, then (at a fraction of the price), you should probably archive it!

Digilogue always advise clients to try to get more out of the events and media they already have. Alternatively, if giving a workshop (or series of), then it may not cost much to prop up a camera and record the event. Caveat - yes, it should be done correctly or not at all (try to get the lighting right, good quality camera, clear audio etc.) but this doesn't have to cost much!

2015-07-12