Video Productions

Did you know that West Campus has a state-of-the-art video production studio dedicated to instruction? Have you ever considered enhancing your online or face-to-face course with video but just didn’t know where to start? Looking for ways to give your online course a human element?

About Video Productions

Valencia Productions is a state-of-the-art, full service video production facility dedicated to the enhancement of student learning at Valencia. As part of the Organizational Development and Human Resources team, we partner with faculty and staff to produce professional quality instructional videos that are creative, engaging, and outcome focused. Each video we create is a highly collaborative process that begins with a deep understanding of instructor needs, student demographics, and learning objectives.

Whether you’re interested in creating supplemental videos for your face-to-face or blended course, multi-camera demonstrations, interviews, or an entire online video series–our goal is to make the process of creating effective video materials as easy as possible, allowing you to focus on teaching and learning instead of the technology involved.

Medical Video Shoot
Services Offered
  • Multi-camera studio production
  • Virtual environments and green screen
  • Remote production
  • Video conversions
  • Audio recording sessions
Green Screen
Request Form

To facilitate your request, please complete our online Production Request Form and contact us at 407-582-1814. We look forward to working with you.

Video Shoot
Project Types
  • Demonstrations
  • Scenarios
  • Speeches
  • Orientation
  • Informational
  • Video series
  • Testimonials

Transducer Techniques
A Day in the Life of a Dentist Hygienist
Chemistry Lab Safety Training Series Eye Wash
How to Record a Speech
Nursing V Simulation
Central Line
Arterial Blood Gas
Biomedical Waste Management
Laboratory Apparatus
Holocaust Survivor Interview
Latin American Humanities Speeches
Reflections From Your Peers
Purpose Talks
National Museum of African American History and Culture
Percutaneous Tracheostomy