Like many professional, Final-Cut-Pro, post-production facilities, the release of “Final Cut X” and Apple’s immediate “end-of-life-ing” of the program we had come to rely on and love, left us in a lurch. Upon Apple’s release, …Read More →
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Capitola Media, in conjunction with a partner of ours in New York City, Penny Bridge, shot last week at the Apple campus for the press announcement that Apple and IBM would be teaming up to …Read More →
How much does it cost to produce a video?
This is often the first question we are asked. The answer, surprise!, is, it depends. Capitola Media starts by asking the following questions:
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Everyone intuitively knows that video on the Internet is big! But how BIG is BIG?
Cisco reports that an individual would spend over 5 million years watching the amount of video that will cross global …Read More →
We’re currently post producing a project we shot for P&G. Script, live action, motion graphics. Stand by for the link to the live video.
For all of your video product demo needs, Capitola Media.Read More →
One of our many clients is featuring our work on their video page as a gold standard for production. We shot this in HP’s Enterprise Security Lab in San Diego:Read More →
When it comes to a video project, it can be easy to forget that audio comes before visual. You may find yourself asking “why,” but A/V (audio/visual) is crucial when it comes to producing a …Read More →
Fanswell is a new application devoted to helping bands connect with fans by facilitating “house” shows. We shot in several fabu locations in Los Angeles and Los Feliz. Here’s a frame grabs from one of …Read More →
Forrester Research recently wrote about the terms “owned, earned and paid (or bought) media.” These buzzwords have become very popular in the interactive marketing space today. In fact, taken together they can be applied as …Read More →
Lighting for a “white-world” studio shoot. Pictured here are the Director and Talent as the Camera Department checks for “critical focus,” framing and exposure, and to make sure the boom mic is not in the …Read More →
We help the WCN produce this awesome event every year. Here is a frame from the keynote speech:Read More →
Aside from delivering the message in person, no vehicle is as direct or compelling as a well-conceived, well-made video. And viewers are much more likely to watch and engage with a video than they are …Read More →
Working with OpenTV in San Francisco, we recently wrapped production and post production on this video and motion graphics project. OpenTV, a division of The Kudelski Group, designs and manufactures set top boxes for the …Read More →
This was a very cool project to have worked on for the California Film Institute. We had exclusive access to years worth of great footage and stills from memorable screenings, interviews and film festivals. Be …Read More →
YouTube, the Google-owned video sharing network, has confirmed that it has passed two billion regular users, putting it on par with its social media rivals. One out of every two people on the internet visits …Read More →
Shooting for HP Networking at their Executive Briefing Center in Palo Alto on Sand Hill Road. We shot with two Mark IIIs for interviews and b-roll. And, in the middle of our shoot who …Read More →