Multimedia can be used to engage new audiences, educate, promote programs and services, show behind the scenes, share news, demonstrate processes, record events and more.
How does OCCS support audio/video?
- Equipment and software recommendations
- Consultation on video recording
- Consultation, recommendations, and/or publishing for Web delivery
- In-house filming/editing video for select projects
- Outsourcing video projects to local creative firms
- Outsourcing video projects for transcription and captioning
- Limited in-house captioning
How do I get started?
General consultation on multimedia projects
OCCS can help you determine a solution for your multimedia project and get you started with the right resources. Our office is available to film, edit, transcribe and caption select videos, and to consult with you if you're producing your own video. Contact OCCS to discuss your ideas.
Consultation on captioning and meeting accessibility requirements
Educational and instructional videos posted online must have federally required captions, text-transcript, and descriptive text. OCCS can help guide you through this process, and in some cases, facilitate and produce captions for you. Contact OCCS for initial instructions and to learn more about this service.
Consultation on social media channels
YouTube may not always be the best or only option for sharing your video. Videos can be uploaded directly to Facebook and can be seen by a wider audience when uploaded to Facebook, YouTube and/or other social media platforms. OCCS can help you determine where to upload your video(s) in order to get the most engagement and viewership. Contact OCCS for initial instructions and to learn more about this service.