In December 2020 we hosted and recorded a webinar about interactive video. You can watch it here: https://vimeo.com/488036372 Our usual experience of video is passive; we sit back, watch and wait to be entertained or educated. Interactive video learning creates an active experience – putting the learner in control and asking them to make decisions. … Read more
Every year we like to produce some content for organisations in our local community. This recent opportunity was with Fairlight Primary & Nursery School in Brighton. The school is special to us as founders of Nice Media, Tom and Mel Hickmore, have two children at the school. The brief was to produce a video that … Read more
In Nov 2020 we hosted and recorded a webinar about Talking Heads video. You can watch it here: The talking head interview is a simple format that, from a technical point of view, is easy to master. But working with this simple building block a surprising amount can be achieved. Using case studies, this webinar will show you in-depth … Read more
Drama scenarios are a relatively common feature in learning and development, but poorly executed role-plays with amateur actors has given drama in learning a bad name. When done well, drama video can be one of the most effective ways to emotionally engage learners and impact their future behaviour. On 4th June 2020 we hosted a … Read more
Studio filming is a consistent necessity for us as a video production company. Studios are great because of the level of control they afford over light and sound – meaning that it’s easier to ensure an efficient shoot and a quality result. There are loads of ways a studio can be used for filming. For … Read more
Following on from the Total Recall launch at Learning Technologies 2020, Nice Media and Wildfire held a webinar on Wednesday 26th February 2020. The aim of the webinar was to share the learning theory behind Total Recall and to introduce attendees to the different ways that various types of video can be used in the Total Recall solution. Thanks … Read more
The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of traditional training videos versus the effectiveness of using a video alongside with AI technology (Total Recall). The Total Recall option involved chunking the training video into easily digestible clips and punctuating those clips with AI generated retrieval questions.