Walk through and Virtual Tour videos are an ideal way to show your viewers a location without them having to physically be there. A walkthrough video can effectively show potential users the features of a product or service, making it easier for them to understand how it works and whether it is the right fit for them. A well-produced walkthrough video can be engaging, making it more interesting for the viewer to watch and learn about the product or service.These type of videos are used in a range of industries such as Property Development, Real Estate leasing, Planning, Manufacturing and Education.
The aim of these walkthrough or virtual tour videos is to give people a sense of what it’s like to actually be in the space. We find that it works best to film the locations in a very stable way, gently moving through the space.
Since the video is part of the branding of your company, it’s important that it presents in a professional way. We use camera stabilisers to achieve smooth and stable camera movements, professional lighting to show off the space in the best way, and broadcast quality camera equipment that captures high quality footage.
Here’s an example of one of the building tour videos in Melbourne that we’ve made:
This video, produced for the Australian Dental Council, was sent to participants that would be visiting the premises for an examination. Seeing the video gave them an opportunity to become familiar with the space before arriving.
Here’s another example of a virtual walkthrough video that we have produced:
Our client’s aim for this video was to launch their new premises in Melbourne, and give their members the opportunity to see the new space.
Real Estate virtual tour videos are a powerful way of enabling prospects to virtually tour a home without actually being there. We made this video for a residential home marketing campaign for an Estate Agency:
If you have questions about making a virtual tour video, contact us.
Ryan Spanger is one of Melbourne’s most respected and sought-after video production professionals. Ryan founded Dream Engine in 2002, and specialises in helping medium to large corporates, government departments, and the non-proﬁt sector to connect with their audience more effectively by using video.