We deliver your video within 4 to 6 weeks.
Research & Script
This is the first step in our process and the most crucial one. After understanding your requirements in detail through a project questionnaire and conference calls, a professional script writer is tasked with creating the script for your video. Based on the research the initial draft is made and sent to the client for approval within 3 business days. We allow two revisions at this stage.
Choose from our talented pool of VO artists, both male and female, covering a wide range of accents and languages. The intonation and modulation of the voice over, recorded in a professional studio, will be according to your precise instructions. We offer 2-3 takes from the artist based on the project requirements, so it is convenient for you to choose the best option and we’ll not be able to allow any revisions at this stage apart from technical errors. We take 2-3 business days to deliver the voice-over for your review.
Character Design & Storyboard
We first design the character for story based videos and send you for approval. Once the character is finalized we start working on the storyboard, which is a visual presentation giving you a glimpse of your final video, through illustrations of consecutive shots with detailed description of action and movement. It includes computer generated graphic, or colored theme shot which gives you the visual representation of how your video is going to look like in the end. We generally take 5-7 working days to deliver the first version and we allow two revisions at this stage.
Graphic & Animation
The most demanding and work-intensive stage of the process, it’s here that we bring your video to life. Final graphics are created based on your approved storyboard and animated along with accompanying voice over and background music. The changes at this stage are very minimal if any are required at all. Here’s what we will change or fix free:
- Spelling, grammar or punctuation errors
- Animations that depart substantially from the animation guidance provided in the approved story boards
- Timing issues where the onscreen movement doesn’t match the voice over
- Sound problems such as volume, sound effect placement or timing of either