Corporate Promo Videos
No matter what type of project you have we can take care of it. We can work with you in all aspects of production from start to finish or anywhere in between.
Concept development is a set of activities that are carried out early in the video project's life cycle to collect and prioritize message needs and challenges, develop alternative concepts to meet the needs, and select a preferred one as the basis for subsequent segments of the project and its implementation.
A storyboard is a graphic organizer in the form of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or interactive media sequence.
For many companies scripting can be their primary trouble point in the video production process and they are probably correct in saying so. There's is so much to consider when you’re writing a script. It's really a blueprint for your video, and the more you start to concentrate on things like vocal tone, proper choice of words, and what your audience will engage in. The earlier you identify these issues the better your end product will be. We can provide you guidance or even provide a script writing service if you find it necessary.
Depending on the style and content of the video being made and the amount of time, effort and budget that is being put into production there may be differing degrees about which we may approach a video shoot but however large or small your video may be you can count on our professionalism as we strive to make the entire process as painless as possible
Direction in video projects takes many forms. From working with a good cinematographer to communicating with the editor to keep the vision "on-track". Being able to balance a tight budget to keep production schedules in line with production value. We take on multiple roles for some projects while delegating roles to multiple people when it becomes necessary. Our team will work closely with you and your project to maintain the full vision that is in your message.
Editing is an unobtrusive skill. If it is done well, the audience does not notice it, but is absorbed in its effect. During an exciting scene, for example, when the duration of shots is made shorter and shorter as the tension grows, the audience is only conscious of growing agitation, and fast-moving action. There are certain established principles in the way one edits, and although like all “rules,” they may be occasionally disregarded, they have been created out of experience. But sometimes it does not matter how good the video images are; if they have not been shot with editing in mind, you may not be able to use them. So in some ways editing starts with shooting video correctly.
Editing and Effects
There are certain established principles in the way one edits, and although like all “rules,” they may be occasionally disregarded, they have been created out of experience. Knowing when to cut and when to fade is just the beginning and knowing things like not to cut between two shots of the same size or avoiding reverse-angle shots unless you need them for a specific reason. Knowing the ins and outs of adding effects and proper editing techniques will ensure that your project is completed professionally and on schedule.
Great video is only as good as the music or sounds that accompany it. Music needs to send the same message your video images are but with the intention of creating the correct emotion you wish to invoke. In music, these music production basics are the basis from which all other decisions are made. Once a stumbling block in the process comes up, intelligent decisions can usually be made to achieve the desired result. Good video projects contain great music and great videos have awesome music! We can help to get you the best music to match your message and vision.
Getting good field audio is as important as getting the right angle to shoot. We take every effort to record the best leveled audio we can. Whether its from a boom mic or from a studio sound board we ensure that everything sounds correct.