Corporate video production is simply the art and science of creating corporate communications tools that are stored on DVD or in streaming video format. These audio-visual materials are separate from advertising videos in that their target audience are much focused, such as with training videos or motivational videos. Some promotional videos meant to be viewed by specific groups of influential businesspeople, such as to sell an entire company to another or to convince a much larger company to use yours as a contractor, also fall under the demesnes of corporate video production.
Corporate Video Production in Singapore is a powerful tool for presenting information that focuses on professionalism over swagger, cleanliness over attention-seeking, and information density over ‘sound bites’. Modern companies often engage a corporate video production Singapore firm to create works that show off their mission statements, recent successes, and media moments as well as directly safety videos and financial data presentations.
Corporate video production is attractive because it does three things very well:
1. It makes learning easy
It does matter if you’re teaching new employees the rules of the road or showing experienced managers how to implement best practices most effectively; video should be your medium of choice.
2. It saves time
People inherently remember more when they are exposed to information in more than one format at a time. When you present your information via video, you significantly reduce the chances that you’ll have to represent the same information to the same audience at a later date.
3. It unifies the message
Being able to show every employee from Seattle to Singapore the same corporate video means there’s less “telephone game” and more accuracy to the message getting passed down from upper management to the trenches.
The primary process is broken down into three parts: pre-production, production, and postproduction. Most people only think about the intermediate step when they consider the vagaries of corporate video production, but the pre- and post-stages are equal if not more important overall.
Pre-production is the phase during which scripts are written and storyboards are made. Actors are chosen, the budget decides upon, and casting calls made. This phase can last between 24 hours and a week depending on the complexity of the video.
Production is the exact filming of the video, during which camera operators guide cameras, actors deliver lines, and a director controls the whole shebang. For a typical corporate video, you can expect this phase to last about an hour for each 5 minutes of finished video.
Some people also include Distribution as an often-unspoken ‘fourth’ step in which the video is put onto a medium like a DVD or a web page, and that DVD or the URL to that web page distributed to all of the people who are the intended audience for the video. Getting a hundred DVDs burned for shipping out to your branches across the country might take a few days, but setting up a streaming video site and uploading the videos shouldn’t take an experienced web video expert more than a few hours.
In Singapore, the complete corporate video production process shouldn’t take any less than a week — if it does, you probably don’t have the right corporate video company. Much better to pay a little more and wait a little longer and make a deal with someone that you know can get the job done in time.Share