Spectrecom is a video production company whose services have previously been called upon by the University of Edinburghspecifically their School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures. And our new film for that very same school has just been launched online.

This latest film by us for Edinburgh offers viewers a free-flowing fly-through of the new LLC building at 50 George Square, which opened just last year.

As we follow various students around the building, we hear snippets of different conversations taking place in a whole host of languages, as well getting a glimpse of a wide range of study activities connected with language learning.

One of the main objectives Spectrecom was set with this film was to showcase the new space while at the same time highlighting the breadth of language offering at the school.

To achieve this, our crew employed film production techniques that allowed for the creation of a seemingly seamless edit, giving the whole film the feel of a continuous shot.

 

This allows the viewer to eavesdrop on several conversations, all still within a succinct runtime.

Eye-catching illustration-style text was then added during post-production, giving all the important facts and figures about the School of LLC’s immense language offering.

Spectrecom Films is one of the UK’s leading video production companies for higher education film and video content. Take a look at our universities page to find out more.

If you’ve got a video project you’re keen to speak to us about, get in touch with Kathy or Oliver, our account managers for universities.

Contact Oliver Knight on 0203 405 2271 / oliver.knight@spectrecom.co.uk or Kathy Bird on 0203 096 2866 / kathy.bird@spectrecom.co.uk

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Hayley Canning

Hayley Canning

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Hayley Canning is our Digital Marketing Manager. With almost 5 years of digital marketing experience, she’s the expert on getting your video seen by the right audiences online!

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