A professional corporate video company will take care of your entire video production, from start to finish, leaving you with a perfectly polished product.
Many consumers aren’t aware of the differences between what a corporate video company does, and what a recent film graduate can do. This doesn’t mean that recent graduates or budding filmmakers are no good – it’s just that you don’t know what you’re getting until the project is complete. Whereas, with a professional company, you pretty much know what you’re getting right from the start.
So what exactly does a corporate video company do for you? In a word: everything. They can do as much or as little for your production as you’d like. Professional production companies know how to take care of every aspect of production and can jump in at any time. It’s important to know what exactly the video company brings to the table before you choose one.
If you want a professionally produced video, the lighting, the video, and the audio equipment must be of the highest quality. Although it’s no secret that anyone can rent professional equipment, not everyone can use it… properly. Going with a corporate video company will ensure that your video production is created with high-end, up-to-date equipment, and a team that knows how to use it.
A corporate video company will provide their clients with the service and expertise that their video requires. Professional production companies are accustomed to dealing with all aspects of video production, and have a knowledgeable staff on hand for your needs. A video company will be able to provide professional producers, videographers, gaffers, grips, editors, etc.
Chances are, the corporate video company that you choose has made several different types of videos in the past. This means that they’ve got access to a plethora of tried and trusted resources at their fingertips. A professional company will be able to produce whatever kind of video you require by utilizing all of the necessary resources to guarantee the best production possible. This includes (but is not limited to) actors, crew, locations, studios, equipment, etc.
What is the best way to integrate video into my web page?
The easiest and most common way to integrate your videos onto your web page is through embedding Youtube or Vimeo files.
Here are the 5 simple steps on how to integrate your videos on your web page:
Go to YouTube.com or Vimeo.com
Search for the video you want to upload.
Find the Share button and go to the Embed section.
Copy the code
Paste the code into your web page where you want it to appear
You could also embed an FLV/SWF (flash file), which is a direct link from your server and may provide a better quality image. These are both easy ways to get your video content onto your web page, and we can aid you with the process.
What happens if I need more shooting and/or editing time?
We don’t charge for small amounts of extra shooting or editing, but sometimes more than that is required, in which case we will work out additional costs on a case by case basis. In most cases though, the budget that we lay out from the initial meeting includes everything that is necessary.
Is it expensive to revise a video after it has been completed?
We keep a master file of the entered video throughout the process, therefore at any stage of production, we have the ability to tweak in the event that revising is necessary. 95% of re-edits are easy to make and are done with no cost to our client, but some require re-building elements. Anything having to be re-shot can get expensive. Often clients make the choice to re-work a video, but this step can be avoided with better understanding from the early stages, of your final vision. Our goal is to be certain that the end product meets out clients needs.