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Kubed Media - Your Brand in the Malls

You may have notice that we've been working a lot recently (here and here) with Kubed Media - a local innovative LED-billboard marketing company. Ultimately, they've been working towards launching their latest service; getting their company the ability to advertise other companies in the Perth shopping malls.

This is a big step for them but they needed a short but punchy video to advertise this new, unique service... so that's what we came up with.

Not only does this package show off our 'edit only' service - as the client shot their own footage, but it also demonstrates the usability and durability of good footage; that once shot you can reedit footage again saving time and money.

Kubed Media - V8 Supercars

Just like our recent post on Kubelapse project for Enex100, this is another 'edit only' option completed for Kubed Media. This time around Kubed Media was working on behalf of Tourism WA and V8 Supercars.

In our 'edit only' option we provided advice on what/how to shoot to the client. So in this case Kubed Media shot the raw video themselves and then handed it over to us for editing. By undertaking project in this manner clients can reduce the cost for a media project.

Kubed Media - Enex100 - Shades of Summer

We're back again working with our local innovative LED advertising company; Kubed Media.

You may remember the recent timelapse that we put together for them and their client Nissan. Well, they loved it so much they were back pulling another one together it for a recent project with the St Georges Terrace shopping mall Enex100. We're dubbing this a 'Kubelapse'. 

Following our advice on what/how to shoot,  Kubed Media shot the raw video themselves and then handed it over to us for editing. This project shows off our 'edit only' option as well as on support through advice for businesses; both of which reduce the end cost for a media project.