Play by Play
Interviews, graphics, music, titles and scoreboards are all part of a live sports broadcast, and you need to be sure that you can get your announcer, team rosters, players and events on video. There are a lot of things that can be done with professional video work, and you can create something that looks like it came from one of the largest networks in the world. Halftime, pregame and warmup video can be taken, and you can do the same thing at the end of the game.
You want to be able to video events that anyone will want to watch, and you also need to be sure that you are showing halftime, pregame and warmup to all your viewers. They want to get the best view of the game possible, and that is why you need George Langevin Productions professional video services.
Interviews, graphics, music, titles, scoreboards and other items are much easier to put into the broadcast when you have worked with professional videographers. The announcer, team, rosters and players all deserve to get into the broadcast. You can make all sports products look great when they are captured on video for the posterity of the game and the event itself.
Creating a video resume is a good way to get into recruiting, and you can feature a player in a way you cannot in other places. You can do a profile of the player, highlight their best plays, send it to coaches and film it all with help from a professional.
You can take the video from anywhere. You can use an elevated view, you can show off the best of the players abilities up high or closer to field level, depending upon their playing style. You can do a lot of promotion online with the video, and send an immediate link to the coaches for comments and review.
Whether you’re looking to show off your coaching skills or to help in the evaluation of your team, clinic, or playing skills — a video can be the ideal way to help.
George Langevin Productions (GLP), is a leader in sport videography since 1987. Our team can catch every moment of the action using a wide angle lens to ensure that everyone can see not only a great play, but all the action and coaching power that led up to the moment. Our process ensures you'll be able to view the gameplay from a 25 foot high perspective angle to see all the action.
Once we complete a shooting of your group's big game or clinic, the finished video is uploaded to the web. From there, you can share the video on YouTube, or upload it to sites such as Google Drive and Dropbox in order to share it with team coaches or players.
YouTube in particular can be a great way to ensure that anyone with internet access has the ability to see the video.
Even better, Google Drive and Dropbox only require the video to be uploaded once. Once uploaded, you’ll get a link that you can share with everyone.
If you don't have a video film of your team yet on the internet for people to view, then let us help you get started. You'll be happy you are able
to watch the video and improve your team’s playing abilities for the next game.