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With marketing professionals and companies often strapped for budgets and having many places to spend their precious advertising dollars, sometimes video production budgets suffer, but the quality - and your profit margins - need not plummet as a result. Companies looking to produce one isolated video and offering a small budget rarely leave much room for creativity or profit, but when a company wants to create a series of videos simultaneously, careful collaboration and creativity can lead to great results both for the client and for the production company’s bottom line. Sharing the workload in pre-production, maximizing the shoot time during production, and spreading out costs across videos in post-production can lead to low per-video costs for bulk projects without sacrificing quality or profit.
Want to learn how animated videos are made? What you will probably find is an endless list of animated video software tutorials online. In this article, we’ll be talking about the proper, professional way of producing worthwhile animations.
So, you’ve got your film on tape and you’re feeling good as well you ought. But, before you start writing that acceptance speech, know that what lays ahead—post-production—will be even more work than you have yet put in.
As a marketing manager, I’m always trying to keep the self-storage operator I work for, STOR-N-LOCK Self Storage, one step ahead of the game. With so many studies showing the power of video marketing and many storage customers wanting to see our storage facilities before coming in and renting, I knew video presented a great opportunity for us. The only problem was we, like most small businesses, have a limited marketing budget so if we wanted to create these videos we had to do them as cheaply as possible. We figured out a way to create a series of videos for our locations for only around $1,000.
How many times have we heard a client say, “The production must feel authentic to the brand”?In an era of social media smoke and mirrors, how can you sell yourself without selling out?As freelancers and small business owners, we’re our own products and cannot hide behind shields of corporate logos and tag lines. To succeed, we must put ourselves out there and do it authentically.
In a perfect world, you have all the time, money, and resources to shoot or source custom video, and all the footage is perfect, exactly what you need. Instead, your world is constrained by tight deadlines, small budgets, technical snafus, and bad planning. Thankfully, stock footage will not only save your bacon, it can enhance your film or video project. Here are five kinds of stock footage shots to the rescue.
Animated explainer scripts are usually about 200 for a 90-second animated explainer. How hard can it be? Writing them is more challenging than you may think.
At WorldWise Productions, we get this type of question a lot. Clients tell us approximately how long they’d like their video to be, and then ask us to give them a quote based on the length. That’s when I like to put on my Video Production Professor hat and take them through the following explanation.
Video remains one of the most popular tools for brands who want to share their message with consumers. Video can be used to share information about your products, tell stories, and reach out to customers in order to meet their needs. Even better, video can go nearly everywhere, and it can improve the results you get wherever you put it. Video is engaging and shareable. It’s widely considered to be the future of content marketing.
The video format is tremendously effective for many things, such as showcasing products, introducing services, and conducting interviews — but something it’s particularly great at is providing effective explanations of complicated topics.