Video Production FAQs
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How much does a professional video cost?
We have a full list of prices for all our video production and animation services available on our Pricing Page.
How long does it take for a video to be made?
From start to finish a typical video project usually takes between 2-4 weeks. Animation projects take a little bit longer, around 5-8 weeks depending on its complexity. These timescales are also dependent on the speed of feedback.
What types of videos do you make?
Below is a full list of all of the video and animation work we do:
- Video Editing
- Software Demonstration Video
- Product Demonstration Video
- Corporate Video
- Event Video
- Promotional Video
- Introduction Video
- Testimonial / Case Study Video
- Training Video
- Recruitment & HR Video
- Online Course
- Pre-recorded Webinar
- Live Streaming
- Whiteboard Animation
- Cartoon Templated Animation
- Text Animation
- Bespoke 2D Animation
Do I need to learn a script before filming?
In short, no. When talking in front of a camera we will either conduct an interview with you from a list of questions we will have gone through together beforehand, or, if you have written a script, you can read this on our autocue system.
How does the video production process work?
A video production project is split into 3 stages:
- Pre-production – also known as planning, where we develop the concept, script and other visual elements
- Production – or when the filming itself happens
- Postproduction – also known as editing, where we put all of the different elements together to create the final video
How long does filming take?
For most small business video projects, filming usually takes a day (8 hours).
How will I receive my video when it’s done?
Typically we’ll send you video files via the file sharing website WeTransfer, where you’ll be able to download the files onto your computer.
Can I make updates to my video at a later date?
Yes. We will archive all of the footage and video editing files so that we can make further updates to the video at another time.
Where do I put my video when it’s done?
Before we create any video for a client, we spend time understanding what they are trying to achieve and what the video needs to do for them. Most of our clients upload their videos to YouTube to enable them to add it onto their website or send to people via email. Many also share the videos on social media.