A couple of months ago I was asked by the publishers on Millimeter Magazine to write an article on video encoding as it relates to wedding videography. Since we use Sorenson Squeeze for encoding both web and iPod video, I described our work flow using that product. Here is a link to this article.
We are always happy to share our knowledge with others, something that many wedding videographers do (not too many competitive secrets in this industry). I think that this is one of the main reasons that wedding videography has come so far in a few short years, the exchange of knowledge.
We were recently profiled on Sorenson Media’s website on how we use Sorenson Squeeze (a video encoding application) in our studio. For the past year we have produced all of our web video using Squeeze. In addition we also produce video for playback on the iPod and iPhone using this product.
We were quoted by Sorenson Media this week in their press release for the Wedding and Event Videographers Association Expo. Sorenson Squeeze is a video encoder that we use for all of our web and iPod video.
Whenever I do a wedding, I put a trailer on my Web site and traffic increases. Its very important for trailers to look good, said wedding videographer Alan Robinson, owner of Bonnie Blink Productions in West Chester, Penn. I use Sorenson Squeeze to create top quality Flash video for my Web site. Several colleagues have commented on how good my Web video looks and I recommend Sorenson Squeeze to them.
Here is the link: