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Video Production

We specialize in making high quality content for web, corporate, broadcast, and sports clients. Remote and studio production, post production, motion graphics, virtual sets and special effects.

Live Streaming & Broadcast

Either in-studio or with our Tricaster remote production system, we can capture your event anywhere. Or stream it live. Custom web pages and URLs available or stream right to your existing Livestream or Ustream account.  

Studios

Located in downtown San Francisco, MediaOne has a complete multi-camera studio and hi def control room, or, use it as a shooting stage with your gear and crew. We also have two single camera insert studios with monitor backgrounds.

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Benefit Cosmetics goes Google Hangout

Benefit Google Hangout

Benefit and Birchbox go Google Hangout
We ‘ve worked with Benefit Cosmetics before. Who would not want to work with a company whose tagline is “laughter is the best cosmetic.” Sure they take the job seriously, but getting there is never a chore.

Our first outing with Benefit was on Valentines Day. A real-time marketing push with 100 videos shot and uploaded in 90 minutes. Hunky angels responded to tweets using the #BeMineBoost hashtag. Shot in our Studio 3, topless guys wearing angel wings and props scattered everywhere was the rule of the day.  Here is an example.
Live from the 20th Floor
This time, it was a Google Hangout with Benefit and their retail partner Birchbox. The goal this time to produce an authentic, informal Google Hangout, without the bad video and audio. The location was perfect, Benefit’ s HQ lobby in downtown San Francisco. It was MediaOne ‘s job to produce the visual experience in a professional way without it looking like an over-produced extravaganza. To quote Dr Evil, “bring it down a notch”.

To keep with the organic feel, we went with one main camera, and staying on the one main camera except during the eyeliner demo. Zooming all the way in and out of someone’ s eye can get rather nauseating. The second camera was used sparingly. We also excluded any onscreen graphics.

MediaOne ‘s Manager of Studios “JimmyG” Giliberti did the technical like this:
Recipe:
1 Tricaster 460
1 Audio Board
3 Wireless Lav mics
1 MacBook Pro
1 BlackMagic Mini-Recorder (Thunderbolt)
2 Panasonic HPX-250s on Manfrotto tripods.
1 1000w equivalent LED Fresnel
1 512 LED FlowLight
Overall goal of the shoot was to create a fantastic picture and crisp audio of the team at Benefit Cosmetics HQ while keeping it “casual” and not “Over Produced”.  Capturing multi-camera audio and video is the Tricaster’s forte, so we connected the two Panasonics using SDI. One was used to capture the main master shot, and the other was primarily setup and used for capturing extreme facial closeups of makeup application.  The board mixed audio from the Lav’s were combined with the video in the Tricaster, where the main program was also switched.  The ‘ program out’ was sent across SDI as 720p to a Thunderbolt BlackMagic MiniRecorder and used as the video and

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Let’s Play Hardball! MSNBC at MediaOne

Let ‘s Play Hardball! Taking care of Chris Matthews.

When Chris and Tina, his Producer, arrive, we give them office space (usually a conference room) phones, a television, a printer and we let them be.About 3 or 4 times a year, MSNBC’ s Chris Matthews takes   “Hardball” on the road. To San Francisco and to MediaOne.

In the past, shot “Hardball” in our full size studio, with a full crew. On one visit, the large studio was booked so we moved Chris into one of our news insert studios. We had just upgraded the usually sparse studio

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Changes To Your YouTube Channel

YouTube Help - MediaOne

YouTube has made some changes to your page, and you might be having a hard time finding where everything went. So were is the best place to seek info? Someplace with videos, of course. In this case, YouTube.

Right off the bat, where did your Video Manager button go? And your playlists? There is

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