A corporate profile video showcases your company portfolio of services, and it gives your customer confidence about your company.
In this article, we share with you more about the process behind video productions and why you should consider hiring a professional video team to shoot your corporate industrial video.
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- Corporate Industrial Video Production Process
- Engage a Professional Video Production Service Provider Today
Manufacturing Plant Video Production Process
Three core stages are involved in a typical corporate video production – Pre-production, Production, and Post-production. Every stage plays an essential role to the making of your corporate industrial video.
It is always better to over plan then have insufficient planning for a video production. Some key documents that you can prepare and discuss with your production vendor prior to the filming of your corporate video include:
- Talent Casting and Scripting (if required)
- Filming Schedule / Programme flow
- Location scouting
- Shot List
If your manufacturing plant video requires talents to explain certain processes or machinery equipment, it is best to prepare a script for them as they might not be from the manufacturing industry, hence they might be foreign to certain technical terms.
Alternatively, we can conduct filming with a teleprompter to provide a guide for the talents to read off their script while looking into the camera. However, it is still ideal that they are familiar with the content they are supposed to be talking about throughout the video.
A storyboard is essential as it will contain the intended gist and flow of your industrial or machinery video, including potential machines you wish for the cameramen to capture. This will aid the filming crew in preparing for your shoot and planning accordingly. It is recommended to discuss your goals and objectives with the filming crew to ensure everyone is on the same page.
Our videography is team can provide storyboarding and conceptualisation services for your corporate industrial video production if required.
Production refers to the actual filming process of your manufucturing video. At this stage, your filming crew should be prepared with the necessary filming equipment such as video cameras, audio equipment, lighting equipment, etc., and an idea of the creative direction to film your manufacturing plant video such as the angle of shots. When working with a professional video production team, you need not worry about this stage!
Having completed the filming component of your video, the next step would be the editing stage for the different shots and footage. The editing of a manufacturing plant video, normally involves machinery, requires extra attention as the editor is required to know how the machines work and operate in order to choose the most ideal footage to stitch together and create your final video.
The post-production editing process typically proceeds accordingly to the storyboard of your manufacturing video. To achieve a final video that is up to your standards, it is not unusual that a couple of revisions are required.
In this manufacturing plant video of Vision One’s Digital Transformation, our in-house video editor produced a video of 3 minutes complete with edits such as visual effects, text overlays, transitions, colour grading, subtitles, etc., just to name a few. A typical manufacturing corporate profile video is approximately 1-3 minutes long depending on your requirements and requests for the final edited video.
Engage a Professional Video Production Service Provider Today
If you are interested in shooting a manufacturing plant video to showcase your corporate services, we recommend that you engage a professional videographer who can bring your company and its respective services to life. Let us be the company to help you produce your manufacturing corporate profile video.
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