2 Jul 2021
The Video Production Process Is Divided Into Three Stages. Pre-production, shooting, and editing are the three major phases in creating video content. Read on as we go through each stage of video production in detail:
The goals and objectives of your video are defined during pre-production, which is when concepts are brought together into a coherent strategy. Consider your target audience, your budget, and the message you want to send with your video.
Planning is crucial; the more time you devote to it, the more smoothly your filming will go and the better your final product will be. Consider the kind of set you’ll need. Do you need a green or blue screen behind the presenter if you’re shooting in a studio (blonde hair = blue screen)? Consider what, if any, make-up will be necessary, as well as if any props would be required. How much time is required for filming?
The next step is to write a screenplay or storyboard for your video. This entails compiling a list of necessary shots – the essential components that will make up your movie. You’ll be able to create your final script or storyboard based on this. Your screenplay will serve as a guide for not just the shooting crew, but also the editing crew, as well as a foundation for any extra voiceover work.
The importance of lighting cannot be overstated. You’d be amazed how much light is required for even the simplest of movies. Lighting the foreground, backdrop, and subject takes time. Don’t be hurried since shadows may come out of nowhere and it can be tough to figure out where they’re coming from. Time spent now will minimise the amount of effort required once the video has been filmed.
Consider audio: double-check that you’re utilising the right microphones and that the sound you need is being picked up. To test the audio, connect headphones into the cameras.
Safety should be a top priority when filming. Wires should be taped or covered, lights should be weighed down, and equipment should be handled with care. Keep food and drink away from cameras, lighting, and audio equipment if at all feasible.
Keep a careful check on your gear if you’re on site, and make sure it’s safe if you have to leave it. Keep track of where your equipment is by using equipment sign-in/sign-out lists. This will help you avoid forgetting anything. Make sure you give yourself enough time to put up and tear down.
Ascertain that everyone on the shoot understands their roles and duties. One person should direct and another should be in charge of filming, lighting, and sound. Ascertain that everyone knows who to contact in the event of a problem or issue.
Make sure all batteries are charged and replacements are accessible, that everyone can communicate with one another (especially if you’re shooting in a big area like a factory or a sports stadium), and that all equipment is in excellent working condition.
As soon as the recording is over, download the raw video to a central storage place. After copying the film to a local computer, video editing may begin.
We edit our films using the most up-to-date tools (Final Cut Pro, Cinema 4D, Logic Pro), and we’ll show customers draughts of their movies on YouTube. As a result, making adjustments is a precise, fast, and efficient procedure.
So now you now the main stages involved in a video production project, if you’re looking for a video production team to bring your brand marketing to the next level, you can contact KALIDE Video Agency.
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