Duration is a dimension that you'll most likely be able to specify with little difficulty, but Scope and Content are a little more difficult, so let's break them down, shall we?
Scope refers to the possible locations, number of people and travel required in order to capture the source video needed for the project. Scope can vary from an informal capture session at your offices to full-blown international endeavours.
Content refers to the actual resources that will be needed- for example:
- Video - how many cameras need to be rolling at once, will there be any additional lighting requirements, etc.
- Audio - does the audio of the captured scene need to be of high quality? Can audio be overdubbed later? Is there a music requirement?
- Graphics - does your project require graphics? Will you specify them or do they need be generated? Is there any animation required?
Providing any or all of these significantly affects costs. The more I have to capture or produce, the more time I will spend, and the more it will cost. This is a simple metric that is all too often overlooked- not by readers of this page, of course!
Specify the Parameters of your Production and request a Quotation:
Note: For short videos it's more cost effective to save on setup fees and engage me to produce more than one at once.