Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Posted by Admin

Since the Oregon Ducks historic win at the 2012 Rosebowl, we've been busy reviewing footage for the University of Oregon's annual footbal highlight video. We're excited to share the results with you soon, but in the meantime here are a few screenshots from the process.

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Last year's highlight video:

Friday, July 15, 2011

Posted by Curt

Here is a quick video I made to show you a VFX trick  that we used in several of our videos.  This technique makes photos appear 3D and is  useful in many ways, such as set extensions as well as motion graphics.  

Here are a couple links to videos where this process was used:

 

Check out the Walsh video here:   vimeo.com/7675573

Check out the NSC video here:   vimeo.com/3986096



 

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Posted by Jesse

I was lucky enough to fly out to Des Moines, Iowa with the University of Oregon Track & Field team to film the NCAA Track & Field Finals. I had a blast filming some amazing athletes, dodging lightning bolts, and avoiding flash floods.

While filming, there were moments of inclement weather. One second it was 95 degrees and sunny, and then in minutes, the sky would darken, lightning and thunder would take over and delay the races and field events.

The last day was perfect and the University of Oregon track team even had a few first place finishes. Overall they took second place. The team, the fans and the coaches are thrilled and it just makes editing easy.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Posted by Meg

This week, the Oregon Bach Festival will be launching their educational site, featuring an interactive, multimedia experience that utilizes the footage we filmed during last year's Discovery Series at the Bach Festival.

We were fortunate to produce a four part series documenting the lectures by Helmuth Rilling and performances by the OBF Orchestra and Choir of Bach's Mass in B Minor. The series is appropriately titled:

The Rilling Discovery Lectures: Johann Sebastian Bach, Mass in B Minor, BWV 232

In addition to the four part Discovery Lectures, we also produced a 25 minute documentary titled: The Rilling Master Class

The Rilling Master Class features interviews with four students, Helmuth Rilling and a behind the scenes look into the experience of the international group of student conductors.

We are so proud of our collaboration with the Oregon Bach Festival in the production of the Rilling Documentary Series. We can't wait for the launch of the new site so we can share it with all of you.

Check out the 2011 Preview video we did for them earlier this year and get your tickets before they're sold out!

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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Posted by Admin

The University of Oregon's Men's Basketball team had a killer year, the season seemed to never end with wins piling up in post conference play. Check out the highlight video for the 2010-11 season and let us know what you think.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Posted by Admin

Since our last post in the beginning of February much has happened -- obviously since it's been four months. But the most recent noteworthy event has to do with the subject of our last post on Feb 9th, the 2009 Football Highlight Video. As you know, our work with the University of Oregon Athletic department over the past few years has produced over twenty highlight videos, but our work this year was recognized as exceptional and nominated by the Athletic's Video Dpt for a College Sports Media Award. The 2009 Football Highlight Video was nominated in the Collegiate 1 Category for Special Feature. The awards were announced at the College Sports Video Summit (sponsored by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics - NACDA and the Sports Video Group - SVG) on June 8th and our team was awarded first place. Jayson was in Atlanta to accept the award for the team - and rumor has it, his speech was short and sweet. Shortly after the win for Special Feature, the award for Best Video Overall was announced...and our video took top honor again, winning over entries from national commercial television networks CBS and ESPN. Yes, we're proud. Very proud. I can't show you a photo of the trophies yet cause they're sending them in the mail, they're a bit to pokey to take on an airplane. If you haven't seen the video yet, scroll down to the previous post or watch it on vimeo here Updateing!

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