Massive Video Production Debut
Massive Video Production (MVP) is a concept where vast amounts of Internet technology is applied to accelerate production rates of finished video programs to minutes of time - no matter how large the production.
This concept achieves Real Time Video Production, which removes the limits of current cumbersome, expensive, and time-consuming video content generation tools and techniques. It becomes possible to produce, audience test view, grab responses, improve, revise, and produce again many times a day.
To be crisp, its "Hollywood as if invented by Silicon Valley".
Need a little more detail? O.K., its preproduction, production, postproduction, media creation, packaging, distribution, deliver, and fulfillment - all in software, done by a server array. We could take it down to the level of frame by frame effects and sound, but you probably "get the picture".
And yes, its real - after a year of trials (see " Lessons Learned in Massive Video Production (MVP) for University Alumni Outreach "). And yes, you can use it right now - try our partner Valux , their product MinutePitch . MinutePitch will create a quality program for you, and communicate it to your audience in minutes - faster than you can think what to say.
It doesn't help if you can drive fast if you don't know where you're going. ExecProducer is as much about production speed as it is the metrics of viewing. Down to the frame level, our technology can find whats liked from whats not liked, and can talk back as fast as the audience watches the show. To any audience size or demographic you put it to work for.
Our CTO, Lynne Jolitz , invented MVP as a way to deal with the demands of a busy life with no time for becoming a graduate film student. Hear her tell it in her own words:
The paper can be found here (see " Lessons Learned in Massive Video Production (MVP) for University Alumni Outreach ").