What Does it Take to Run Graphics for Shows like the Oscars and Grammys?

It goes without saying that the Oscars are a big deal – but that means they also demand the highest quality behind-the-scenes performance of nearly any live event on Earth.

Red carpet shows can’t afford hiccups in production. As celebrities saunter by and interviews are ripe for the picking, production crews have to ensure that everything goes off without a hitch and that the millions of viewers around the globe don’t miss a second of the action.

That’s why CGLA Studios rents out Ross Video XPression to the production companies making that vision a reality.

Beyond star-studded shows like E!’s “Live from the Red Carpet,” CGLA has also worked with other blockbuster TV hits, such as “America’s Got Talent,” “American Idol” and more.
And Emmy-winner, entrepreneur, producer and visual strategist Chris Marsall, Owner of CGLA Studios, helps make it all happen.

In the video below, you’ll see how Marsall leverages XPression to bring some of the world’s most-watched programs to life. When these shows create graphics, it’s often up to Marsall and his team to create usable templates that make producing the final product as simple as possible.

XPression is even helping take the world of TV into the expanding universe of augmented reality, offering new and exciting avenues for elevated and engaging productions.

 

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