Saturday, November 30, 2013

Summation Technology

If there is a performance at the school at which you work, such as a play on the stage or a band concert in the main auditorium, odds are that it is going to be recorded. Parents are going to do this for themselves, but you should also set up an official camera on a tripod so that it is a steady, clear recording. The tripod can also have an unobstructed view of the performance, whereas the cameras that people in the audience are holding will often be blocked by other people.

The biggest reason to do this is that parents are probably going to come to you after the performance and ask if they can get a copy. Some of them may not have wanted to record it on their own so that they could really watch their children and soak up every moment of it. Some of them may have recorded it but found later that the recording was a very low quality.

If you have a good recording, you can just duplicate the DVDs with the DVD burners that you can get from Summation Technology and then give out copies to the parents. They are going to love this because they do not have to worry about figuring out how to hook the video camera up to the TV or the computer. They can just pop the DVD in a DVD player and watch it in seconds. You may even be able to sell copies to offset production costs.

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