Optimising Videos for Mobile


From Copy to Short Videos

Several years ago, scrolling through long copy and huge blog posts was the norm. As you would have noticed, if something looks like too much of a time investment, people will stop paying attention and move on to something more immediately satisfying. It’s sad but true, so you should be keeping your videos short and to the point. Even two minutes can be too long, especially for a social media video on mobile, where 30 seconds is the new norm. To keep them listening, you have to keep up with their attention span, so keep your videos fast, to the point and get out. Read more!

How to Improve Your Corporate Videos


The experienced team at Dream Engine have put together some corporate video tips for those looking to delve into the world of corporate video.

Concept Creation

By refining your ideas early in the process, you can avoid a lot of headaches later on. One key tip that we have learnt through experience is that by focusing your video on one main goal. The goal is up to you, but the lesson here is to not scatter your focus trying to make an “all-purpose” video. Read more!

Choosing the right size camera crew


There is a lot of planning and preparation involved when it comes to creating a video. When you are planning, you must consider what size crew you will need to get the best results possible for your project. This post will walk you through the process that goes into choosing what size production crew you will need. Read more!

Camera Review: Sony PMW-FS5


With 4K internal recording, up to 240fps at 2K resolution and a brilliant electronic ND filter, the Sony FS5 fits a lot of high-end features into a very small camera. We recently got our hands on a Sony FS5, a camera that is fast becoming a standard for video production. Read more!

Drones For Corporate Video


Drones have opened up a whole new dimension in the video production industry. Whereas previously you would have had to fork out big money for a helicopter ride, now with a bit of training you can get dramatic aerial footage with two feet planted firmly on the ground. Drones, also known as quadcopters, can be a hugely valuable tool in your video production arsenal, from corporate work to documentary and narrative. They add a really dramatic and unique element to videos and they are the best tool to use to show scope and scale from above. Read more!

How to Make Your Corporate Video More Exciting


Hearing “corporate video” may not be the most exciting thing you hear all day, but there are many ways to inject excitement and some fun into your corporate videos. Read more!