Following the Coronavirus pandemic, live events such as music festivals, gigs, and shows are slowly returning, and many fans are flocking to watch them.

However, while some live event lovers are clamoring to buy tickets to the latest shows, others are less certain. Also, for various reasons, some individuals cannot go out into crowds during the pandemic.

For example, they might be at very high risk of harm from the virus and still unvaccinated, or they might have contracted the virus and need to self-isolate.

As such, many event managers are considering alternative ways to reach their audience. One great way to share your show with those who can’t attend in person is to video it.

By videoing the show, you can then upload it online or sell access to the video file so that fans who couldn’t attend, or those who did but want to re-live the experience, will be able to watch the show at their leisure.

As a leading provider of video production services that will enrich any live event, XL Media Works understands that offering quality video of live events is crucial for any host.

We also appreciate that many live event planners are currently swamped with things to do, from adapting their venue to accommodate social distancing to dealing with staffing issues and more.

That’s why we’ve put together this helpful guide to assist event managers and support them through the process of videoing their live show.

Learn About The Types Of Live Event Video Out There

You could produce your live event video in many different ways, so you must choose the right one for your show.

If you’re putting on a festival, you need to work out which bands or artists your viewers will want you to focus on or consider producing multiple videos.

For live gigs or plays, you could consider videoing the entire event. Alternatively, you could cut the show into sections and intersperse it with commentary or other additional video material to add value to your video content.

It’s also possible to use a streaming platform to live stream your show so that those who can’t attend can watch the events unfold in real-time.

The type of video you create will affect everything from the equipment you need to the amount of editing you’ll need to do when you’ve got all the footage together.

So, before you start to create your video, you must understand the different ways that you can present your video and decide which one is best for your event.

Get All The Gear You Need

Once you know the type of video you want to create, and when you’ve got your venue booked, you can consider the type of equipment you’ll require.

The type of video gear you need will depend on various factors, including the amount of space you have, the nature of the show, the size of your venue, the lighting design, acoustical designs, and many others.

If you work with experts like the team at XL Media Works and use our design-build services, we can ensure that the venue is perfectly set up to accommodate your video equipment.

We can also ensure that your video equipment is set up correctly and meets your unique specifications. Our team can help install your gear and make sure that it will produce the video content you desire.

Our installation experts use only the highest quality video recording, audio, and lighting products, so you can rest assured that you’ll get the best outcome when you collaborate with us.

Consider How You’re Going To Edit The Footage

With the video footage recorded, it’s now time to start editing the content. It’s not enough to share all of the content with your viewers.

After all, it might not all be suitable for publication, and some of it will need to be removed. Also, it might not look as good as your viewers expect.

In many cases, the audio is recorded separately from the video footage. As such, you need to make sure that you use a high-quality audio recording service.

It would help if you also made sure that the content is edited perfectly to match the video content and make the overall show look seamless on your video.

That means that you need to learn about editing or hire an expert video editing service to turn your raw footage and audio content into a unique and unforgettable video.

If you want to learn about video editing or stay up to date with the latest news in the live event production design market, then check out the XL Media Works blog.

On it, we offer a range of articles, news updates, and guides so that you can find all the information you need and use our experience to your advantage.

Find The Right Professionals For The Job

As an event planner, you’re responsible for every aspect of the live show. That means that you’ll have a lot of work to do, and you might not find the time to learn all of the skills required to create and edit your video footage.

You might also find it hard to take the time required to select the correct video recording equipment that you need for your video content.

If you’re struggling to find the time to create and edit your video content for your next live event, then you should consider hiring experts such as the team here at XL Media Works.

We offer a combination of expert staff and cutting-edge video equipment so that you can get the very best result possible.

As well as our video production services also offer a range of associated support to help event planners and hosts save time and make their celebration truly spectacular.

Whether you need assistance with acoustic design, lighting services, or complete event planning support, our experienced team can help.

For more information on our services or to get a bespoke quote, contact us today. Our professional team will be happy to discuss your requirements and work out which of our services and products is best for your event.