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Gwyn Dixon - Director

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Gwyn Dixon is a motion graphics designer and animator with an eye for detail and for creating compelling and beautiful content stories. A skilled photographer and director, Gwyn's skills really come to life in motion graphics design, animation and editing. Gwyn has worked across a a number of Taxi and Traffic projects for brands like RACQ Insurance, Supercheap Auto, Subway, Air Asia, Pizza Capers, Bank of Queensland, Rio Tinto and V8 Supercars.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 



Posted 27th Jul, 12 by


Augmented Reality Video Meets Hologram

Augmented reality collides with hollographic isllusion. Is this the future of product demonstraion? This technology is in its infancy so look out for what engaging and exciting directions it goes.

Traffic Film and Video Production Brisbane and Sydney



Posted 27th Jul, 12 by Traffic Film and Video Production Brisbane and Sydney


Gwyn Dixon
Gwyn Dixon is a motion graphics designer and animator director with an eye detail and for creating compelling and beautiful content stories. A skilled photographer and director, Gwyn's skills really come to life in motion graphics design, animation and editing. Gwyn has worked across a a number of Taxi and Traffic projects for brands like RACQ Insurance, Supercheap Auto, Subway, Air Asia, Pizza Capers, Bank of Queensland, Rio Tinto and V8 Supercars.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Posted 22nd Jul, 12 by


Web Video Production | Graffiti Challenge

Last week Taxi Film Production's office was vandalised with a large piece of unsightly graffiti covering the front of the building. They got mad and then got creative. Taxi quickly decided to throw down a challenge to open up the front of their building as a blank canvas for an artist to do better.

Time was of the essence - Taxi had been tagged and wanted to respond immediately. On that same afternoon Traffic captured a timelapse video of the graffiti challenge, did a quick edit, got final sign-off, uploaded the video online and started spreading the news like wildfire.

We strongly believe that more than ever brands should always be looking for opportunities to create engaging online videos. Better yet, we all should be flexible and responsive to what's going on around us. We are a little biased, but think this is a great example.

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Posted 20th Jul, 12 by Traffic Film and Video Production Brisbane and Sydney


Optimise your Online Videos

Online business videos on sites such as YouTube and Vimeo are a great way to engage with customers as well as being a great SEO tool so that you end up higher up in google searches and generate leads.

However, it’s not as simple as just recording a video, posting it up online and watching the views roll in. Each and every video should be search engine optimized to ensure the most effective outcomes possible.

Here are a few quick tips to help you optimize your online videos.

  1. Start with a strong script
    This is at number one for a very good reason - it’s the most important place to start. Content is kings so you need to create a video that people want to watch and as a bonus a video that people want to share. Be informative, engaging, entertaining and concise. Ask yourself ‘Would someone want to watch and share this video?’.
  1. Add a Caption Track
    Although search engines like Google can’t search your audio track they can crawl through an uploaded transcript. Any keywords in your script will be logged by the search engine and will help with that all-important SEO.
  1. Your Video Title
    Make sure you think of SEO when you give your video a title. Make sure your video title clearly says what it’s about and uses key words that you are targeting and that your audience will be searching.
  1. Write a Description
    Make sure you write a relevant description for your online video. Don’t just cram it with keywords – write like you would for your website. Also, make sure you link back to your website and link to any other web videos you have that are relevant.
  1. Add Tags
    Forget this step at your peril. Choose relevant keywords and phrases that your audience will be looking for.

    YouTube and other online video sites are a great way to engage with your audience and drive leads so make sure you optimize these videos so that they are as effective as possible for you.

 



Posted 10th Jul, 12 by Traffic Film and Video Production Brisbane and Sydney




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