Video Production FAQ

What everybody wants to know
  • Why should we hire you?
  • We are super easy to work with! Our approach demystifies the process, makes video production accessible, and we give you the most bang for your buck. All the equipment we use is owned by us, so in addition to saving clients rental fees, our knowledge and experience with our tools translates to a better and faster end result. We've been around for a while, and will continue to be--which means your footage is secure and can be reused or accessed anytime. And most of all, we're experienced professionals. We've seen a lot, done a lot, and can apply everything we've learned along the way to your project. We know we are not your cheapest option, but when you hire us you’re investing in experience, professionalism, and peace of mind!
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  • How much will a video cost?
  • So many factors play into production costs: scripting, screen or voice talent, animation, music scoring (or stock music), number of days for shooting, complexity of the edit, and any special tools or requirements.
  • Can I get a cheap video?
  • If you think your budget will be an issue, let us know what we’re working with and we will be able to tell you exactly what is within reach. We will maximize every dollar you spend.
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  • What kind of camera/equipment do you use?
  • This is a very common question we are asked, but we're not always sure it's relevant. The truth is, it’s all about the chef in the kitchen, not the pots and pans! Amazing cinematography is not dependent on what kind of camera camera is used, but who is behind it. If it’s important to match a specific look or you have specific technical requirements, we would be happy to go over those specs with you. Otherwise, rest assured that we will use the equipment that is right for the job, even if that means renting or purchasing a specific piece.
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  • How long does it take?
  • It’s not uncommon for us to work under very tight deadlines (and around the clock to meet them) and we’ve managed to produce some great work in under a week! Typically the types of projects we work on take a month or two, and will depend on our schedule, if we are collaborating with any other teams for graphics, 3D rendering or voiceovers, along with with the approval process and how many people on the client side need to sign off on it. A well executed pre-production plan also helps--in the best cases we are able to film and deliver a rough edit within a day or 2.