Managing Content Across Production, Post-Production and Archives: Behind the Scenes with The Potter’s House
Producing effective and engaging programming for your digital offerings is similar to creating broadcast programming. It requires scripting, cameras, sets, etc. While those elements are the most visible parts of production, the post production, editing, & packaging of the final programming are what make your content shareable online & across social channels.
EditShare’s Mike Mahoney, expert in video production and post-production workflows, discusses with Antao Tywii Ayers-Allen and Fletcher Garrett, TV Coordinator and former Lead Engineer for The Potter’s House, their approach to managing content for live and digital programs. They’ll share ways houses of worship of all sizes and budgets can create production value, automate workflows and centralize content archives so it’s accessible to everyone, including those working from home, while highlighting the production & the post-production solutions used to manage content from creation through distribution for both live & digital programs.
You’ll learn the following:
- What production workflows best to suit media operation & the tools that enable them
- Media management applications can help better organize media & manage archives & assets for churches of all sizes
- Understand the value of adding metadata to assets to make them searchable across archives
- Best practices for storing media & projects while providing access to users across the church campus or any location
- Best practices for utilizing tools like Adobe Premiere Pro for editing & collaboration