How The World Of Video Production is Changing
One hundred years have passed in 2030 since the first video productions, in the form of analogue video signals, struck the history of mankind like a bolt of lightning. The name of the storm, which once began with records or video cassettes filled with magnetic tape, and which changed the entire world through the development of television, is still on everyone’s lips today: the digital revolution.
Improving the quality of videos on the Internet enables the creation of effective and engaging advertising campaigns. A few good years ago, when it was only possible to connect to the Internet via a modem, video marketing on the Internet had no right to exist. Uploading a film completely “kills” the Internet connection.
Today we watch film productions on the Internet everywhere. Thanks to the smartphone revolution that took place in front of our eyes a few years ago, internet films have become widely available. We watch them on the bus, train, bathroom, bus stop, petrol station, waiting room at the doctor’s, university, park on the bench.
Currently, with its next stage, the so-called digitalization, this event encompasses the most diverse areas, which, with a few exceptions, are almost all dependent on the same common denominator. This refers to the visual media, which are indispensable nowadays and whose basis is video production. Especially in recent years, the age of the Internet and its gigantic selection of online platforms has opened up a new sea of possibilities. In the past it was only the big film studios and television, today there are many small film studios which have created a new world of entertainment by fresh wind and proximity to the community. In the meantime, any interested citizen can also get involved with video production, even profitably, if that’s what you want.
The range of different equipment to produce your own video material is gigantic. Of course, there are also various manufacturers. You should of course ask yourself first, whether it should be more the professional direction in which the purchase of a digital SLR camera (DSLR) would make sense or whether it should rather be operated as a hobby for which a compact camera may be sufficient. The range of several cutting programs, tripods and lenses is also an assortment that will probably become even more abundant than it already is. The prices are as flexible as the quality of the cameras. Of course, in most cases it’s quality that counts, but don’t worry, you don’t have to save years to start your hobby or your new passion.