Participants will receive training in alternative behaviors and explore cognitive distortions that relate to their problems. The course will focus on the problems identified by specific complaints. The solutions are reinforced by role-play, feedback, testing, and group accountability.
The first step is to discuss your goals and the audience you are trying to reach. Once we have a feel for who you are and what you want do, we can begin looking for ways to communicate that message visually.
Video production, even at its most basic level, is fairly complex.
Sure, anybody these days can use their smart phone to record and produce video, and in some cases that suffices. But typically, the videos we produce for our organization require a bit more planning and polish.
What key messages are your trying to convey?
What format or distribution channel will you use to deliver your video? The Web? A DVD?
If so, are you sure your computer has a video player that can play. MOV files and other common video file types? What video style will best convey your message s? Who will handle script writing? Will voiceover narration be needed? The hiring or gathering of staff or actors?
Ensuring that security personnel and facilities personnel are alerted? Ensuring that the production crew is properly escorted? Ensuring that appropriate patient and staff consents are obtained?
Logistics are often the most difficult and time-consuming part of a video project and we really need your help here. Who will route the scripts and final product for review and approval?
This can take a few days or even weeks depending on how many approvals are needed.
Can we produce your video internally, or will its complexity require the hiring of a production crew? If so, do you have an adequate budget to hire a crew? Most people do not grasp what it takes to produce high-quality video.
It takes a crew, lighting, fancy equipment like dollies and booms, and time. Most people want the polish without making the proper investment.
Will we or a crew have to travel to multiple locations to gather video footage? Have you allotted appropriate production time for your video? Most people make the mistake of thinking that the length of a video determines the time it will take to film and produce.
Length of video does not always determine length of production time. Video production is like an iceberg. The shooting is often the easiest and quickest part; like the top of the iceberg. The majority of the iceberg is underwater; its bulk is not visible. There is no easy way to tell you how long your video will take to produce without discussing all the questions above.
Is catering during your shoot s necessary? We typically rely on the department or person requesting the video to serve as a quasi-producer, meaning we rely on you to assist with identifying locations, reserving them, generating scripts and procuring your subjects MDs, staff, etc.
At any given time, our video production staff have multiple projects in the queue. We know and understand that your video project is a high priority, but we are often juggling multiple high priorities. In cases where we simply cannot accommodate your request internally, we can recommend local video production companies who may be able to help.
Their fees are reasonable and they do quality work. This helps promote the UF Health brand. Information about UF Health labcoats are found here. University of Florida Video and Collaboration Services can assist here.
We need to keep our video production services focused on marketing, PR, and news-related pieces that appeal to a broad, external audience.
Live video streaming from an event.
This requires special gear and technology. Editing your personal video. Staff training and education. We will do these on rare occasions if our workload permits.
Producing videos in support of journal articles and grant proposals. The act covers specific requirements for websites and digital properties to be in compliance with the law.
Organizations not within the law run the risk of lawsuits. Changes in Web Accessibility Standards and FCC guidelines on captioning in relation to the ADA necessitate the need to make captioning our online videos a requirement going forward.
Captioning Process Captioning technologies, particularly automated processes, are improving rapidly, so tactics in captioning are subject to change often.
For the moment, this process represents our best practices for captioning as of May The person requesting the video is ultimately responsible for its captioning. Go to the video editor, select close captioning, and select the option for YouTube to automatically create captions.