Most frequent questions and answers
This is the million-dollar question we get asked the most. The answer really depends on several factors.
Filming duration and size of the crew needed.
The complexity of edited video
Number of videos to be produced
We work with a spectrum of clients with varying budgets, so whatever your requirements are, we will find a solution. Give us a ring, and we can always go through the different options so that we can provide you with an accurate proposal that you can work with.- –
Again it really depends on the project requirements and clients expectations. A good guide for a three to four minutes corporate video project would require:
A week of scriptwriting
Three days of video filming
Two weeks of post-production
A week of revisions
Of course, we can always be flexible. For the record, we have completed a four-minute IPO corporate video presentation within a week that included three days of filming in China. To be clear, client paid a premium for this special case.
There are 3 different areas in the video production process, namely pre-production, production and post-production. Pre-production is basically all the things that need to be done before filming begins, i.e. discussions, scriptwriting, site recce etc. Production is the filming process which in most cases is very dependable on the script. Pre-production is where the editing begins, which incorporates voice-over recording, colour grading, soundtrack mixing and compression into the desired format for broadcast.
Pre-production is the most important phase (to us at least) as the absence of this phase will amount to nothing being produced. Any mistakes done at this phase might result in a major disruption on even a re-work for the other two phases.