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Here are some answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions. If you’re still not clear, please give us a call.

WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE TO WORK WITH Video Explainers?

Video Explainers have crafted for more than 1500 videos for clients from all over the world some of which includes Johnson’s & johnson’s, HP, Coca cola and more. We value our clients and that’s why we make sure to understand their each requirements. We work hard to create videos that help our clients in producing ACTUAL RESULTS, like Johnson’s & johnson’s  which helped them to get 25% extra results from our explainer video.

WHAT TYPES OF VIDEOS DO WE OFFER?

Be it any style or industry we have worked for .Having a successful online video strategy means producing a lot of different types of video content, which is why we produce branding videos, TV spots, explainer videos, company story videos, customer testimonials, demo videos, and more. We specialize in techniques including 2D and 3D animation, motion graphics, stop motion, and  live action.

HOW MUCH DOES A TYPICAL VIDEO COST?

As usual, it depends. The cost is primarily related to the length, style, and complexity of the video. To give you a general idea though, most animated videos run between $15-25k. For live action videos, the price is based on the number of shoot days, talent, and locations required. Typically rates start at $25k, but are more often in the $30-35k range. For an accurate estimate, please get in touch and tell us more about your project.

WHAT’S THE TYPICAL PROCESS?

Our creative process 5 steps which includes:

  • Concept and writing the script
  • Working on storyboard
  • Illustration and voice over
  • Working on animation
  • Publish

For a more detailed look at how we work, check out this PROCESS section.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

On average you can expect 4-5 weeks for production time, which does not include the time required for your feedback and revisions, which can add an additional 3-4 weeks (on average), depending on the quantity and complexity of your requests, as well as your feedback turnaround time. Every project is unique, so the complexity will impact the time required for production. The rest depends on how quickly the client provides feedback, how many revisions are requested, and how complex the changes are.

HOW DO FEEDBACK AND REVISIONS WORK?

Creating a video is a team effort and your collaboration is key to producing a successful one. At each step in the process, you will have several rounds of revisions, and with that we will come up with the final outcome.

HOW DOES Video Explainers WORK?

Video Explainers work a little differently than any standard video production company. While all of the creative direction, scripting, and project management is typically done in-house, we collaborate with a collective of talented designers, animators, directors, voices, composers, and sound designers from around the world (and even some in our own office). Depending on what you’re looking for, we’ll assemble a mini team to bring it to life. This setup gives us the flexibility to provide an endless range of styles and continually produce fresh, unique creative work.

HOW LONG SHOULD MY VIDEO BE?

We try to keep our videos as short and succinct as possible (30-120 seconds) while still conveying all of the necessary information. Often this means we can’t cover everything your heart desires. But that’s okay. A video is meant to give viewers just enough information to get them interested in taking the next step (e.g. requesting more info, signing up for a trial, etc).

WHAT’S INVOLVED IN GETTING STARTED?

For starters, get in touch and let us know what you’re looking for. Once we have a good understanding of your goals and objectives, we’ll provide a formal estimate. Assuming you approve, we’ll send across a Video Services Agreement along with an initial invoice for 50% of the project total. We’ll also provide a creative brief and schedule a call with your dedicated project manager and creative director to review the materials before officially getting started.

WHO OWNS THE RIGHTS TO THE VIDEO?

The final video is yours. You own it and can do what you please with it. The full copyright details are outlined in our Video Services Agreement.