What is a Video Brochure?
A Video Brochure has a screen embedded into a custom printed paper wrap. Video Brochures can be customized in a variety of sizes, from small video business cards, video mailers, larger portfolio books and even video boxes. They are available in both soft and hardcover varieties making it simple to share your message with just a flip.
Read on to see features and examples of our brochures.
More than anything, we want your Video Brochure to meet your wants and needs. To make that happen, you can choose from many different variables, which include finished size, memory capacity, screen size, battery capacity and more.
All of our screens are HD and come in a variety of sizes ranging from 3” all the way to 10.1”. While we haven’t found that size impacts return on investment, what’s most important is that it looks ideal for each unit.
While memory is scalable, our standard size includes 256MB of internal memory. Need more? 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and other sizes are available, all at competitive prices.
All of our Video Marketing Products include 4 color printing with a choice of glossy or matte lamination. Additional features include spot UV, foil, PMS colors, embossing and more.
Buttons can trigger a variety of functions. The most common include: Play/Pause, Fast Forward, Rewind, Volume Up, Volume Down, Video (multiple videos can be included), Skip Forward 15 Seconds, and Skip Back 15 Seconds.
Finished brochure sizes can be customized to meet your wants and needs. You’ll find existing templates to choose from on our website, or we can create a new size for no additional charge.
We load video content at no additional charge during production. As many files as the capacity allows can be included, and our uploading feature allows our customers to change the mp4 or mov files at any time, meaning we do not lock video content.
Using your new Video Brochures so much that the batteries run out? No problem — the lithium batteries in each unit are rechargeable just like in cell phones. Just plug ‘em in and juice ‘em right back up!
- Right-click your mouse, or control-click if you are using a Mac, on whichever link you choose and select “Save Target As…” Then the form will be saved on your hard drive.
- You will then complete the PDF of the form.
- Sign it following the choices for creating a digital signature given in the “Sign Document” box that appears when you click on the Signature boxes in each form.
- Then save the PDF form to your hard drive, and email the completed PDF to your contact at MediaFast.