We completed another set of videos for D3 Multisport. If you’re a triathlete or an endurance athlete, these tips are practical and will aid in your training for just about any distance or event. Here is a direct link to their Vimeo channel – https://vimeo.com/d3multisport
In addition to video production & editing we also provide audio editing for podcasts and other media outlets. Audio editing is part of the process on all video projects but we have worked with many podcasters over the years to clean up issues with poor audio, like during a phone in segment. Recently, we worked with Terry Redding and his NAPA (National Association for the Practice of Anthropology) podcast series. Terry had issues with unbalanced audio, low levels and noise from a Skype connection. We were able to enhance the audio and level everything so the listener has a better experience. Here is a link to the page containing the audio files we worked on for NAPA – http://practicinganthropology.org/2015/12/ma-podcast-series-now-online/
We were contracted via Storyhunter to provide photos and video b-roll and interviews during the first major storm of the season for The Weather Channel. Winter Storm Ajax rolled into Colorado in Mid-November and caused problems in Castle Rock and Limon, Colorado among other locations. The Weather Channel team requested iPhone video and photos to be sent via a chat app for speedy delivery. Our content was used across a number of different reports as the storm moved across the state.
Here is some of the video b-roll that I sent to The Weather Channel team throughout the 2-day event.
We worked with Triathlete on a sponsored video project for CEP Compression. The athlete was Andy Potts and we spent a day filming him in his studio in Colorado Springs. The video was part of a sponsored series – Partner Connect. Content Straight from the Brands – for CEP via Triathlete.com.
We teamed up with Buck Ross Productions to capture the sights and sounds during stage 5 of the USA Pro Challenge in Breckenridge, CO. The finished PeopleForBikes video, which was edited by Buck Ross Productions, showcases professional cyclists and their simple passion for riding a bicycle.
Our inaugural production with Bike Radar took us to Scottsdale, Arizona and the FASTER wind tunnel. We recorded all video assets during testing of 9 different aero road helmets and sent the footage to the Bike Radar editors who pieced together a fun and insightful video. The helmets on test were the POC Octal Aero, Specialized S-Works Evade, KASK Protone, Giro Synthe, Bell Star Pro, Giant Rivet, Bontrager Ballista and Giro Air Attack and Louis Garneau Course.
Additional footage showed up in a couple of other Bike Radar videos:
We produced a video for PeopleForBikes during the Amgen Tour of California. Dubbed #ProsForBikes, the video talks with professional riders about how cycling fits into their everyday life outside of training and racing. The video was originally used as a promotional piece during a live presentation but later landed on their YouTube channel for all to view.
The UCI even wrote an article on their website about the video and embedded it – pretty cool!
Since 2010 we have been producing a variety of interesting video projects for Zayo Group. Much of the content has been internal communications and training videos but recently Zayo has been hosting “Lunch & Learn” and “Fireside Chat” events. The video above showcases two Boulder based entrepreneurs, Jim Franklin (CEO SendGrid) and Jud Valeski (CEO GNIP), who share a great amount of insightful information. Required viewing for entrepreneurs everywhere.
We recently produced a video highlighting a unique running store in Longmont, CO that also features a bar on-site serving Colorado craft beer. The piece was produced for Competitor.com and tells the story of how Shoes & Brews came to be.
Here is some of the Competitor article:
Seriously? A running store that serves craft beer? Yes, seriously!
Shoes & Brews opened in Longmont, Colo., in late July as the first full-fledged beer and running operation in the U.S. There are a handful of bike shops in the U.S. with single beer taps and have been a few high-end denim stores that serve beer to its shoppers. Many running shops have happy hour runs and offer post-run beers, and there are also many breweries with an interest in running—including brew pubs that host regular group runs or produce running-themed beers—but Shoes & Brews is a one of a kind in the running world.
We finished another batch of D3 Multisport triathlon specific videos that will be rolled out gradually on their website & Vimeo channel. In addition to a new coach profile video, we produced thirty D3 Triathlon Minute videos that provide specific advice and tips for better training, racing and nutrition for triathletes. The video above tackles a common question: How Do You Urinate During a Race?