3 Phases of Video and Film Production
Laying the right groundwork is essential to developing a great video. Pre-production is where the best game plan for your business is figured out. Everything from the video concept, the look/feel and style, and all the other details involved with how the actual video is going to look, sound, and perform are decided on. Here's a list of what this includes: - Scriptwriting - Storyboarding - Location Scouting - Shot Sheet Development - Concept Design - Hiring - Scheduling - Casting
We're rolling! Now that the road map is developed in the pre-production stage, it’s time to put it all together in front of the cameras. This is where the entire crew of professionals come together to craft the video. Here's a list of typical crew members: - Director - Producer - Director of Photography - Gaffer - Sound Engineer - Grips - Production Assistants
3.) Post Production
Our post-production team kicks your story in to shape, handles color-correction, cleans up the audio, adds music, and in general makes sure your video looks exactly like we planned in pre-production. It's at this stage that you’ll see the first cut. Here's a list of the post-production processes: - Editing - Color Correction - Audio Mixing - Scoring - Encoding - Motion-graphics - Animation
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