Marking its 7th birthday, award winning audio-visual production house, AV1, showcased a suite of innovative new services to more than 100 special guests gathered at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney last Thursday (12 July).
The new service division, AV1 Media, provides AV1’s growing client base with access to the latest in video production, content creation, interactive tools and 3D design.
AV1 officially launched their new service division AV1 Media at an event in Sydney last week.
Managing Director, Keith Wootton explained to the event planners, venue representatives and industry ambassadors at the launch, ‘AV1 Media is the software that complements the hardware of AV1 Audiovisual Production.’
AV1 Audiovisual Production will continue to deliver AV production to the high standards for which they have achieved industry-wide recognition.
‘By listening to our clients and understanding their needs, we can now offer an end-to-end production service for all corporate communications to suit a range of budgets,’ said Wootton, who founded the company seven years ago.
New services include video production, from corporate videos to television commercials, to capturing your event on video for use on company websites or DVD.
Additionally, AV1 Media can produce accurate, photo-realistic 3D images of future events, showing the exact venue layout, seating plan and AV set up as well as creating custom animation and visual content to match your brand and corporate designs.
Using Coolux Pandoras Box technology, AV1 Media can also create and blend images to produce exciting projection alternatives to standard screens with black drapes.
‘It’s our job and our responsibility to our clients to keep up to date with the latest innovative technology’ said Keith Wootton.
AV1 is based in Sydney but operates throughout Australia and overseas. AV1 was awarded the Meeting & Events Australia 2010 national award for Technical & Creative Production Branch Turnover Less than $5million and was a finalist in the over $5million category in 2011.