Animated Video Production
maximise the visual impact of your video with 2D & 3D animation
Stunning animated videos
Having a video produced using animation is becoming more popular with businesses who wish to stand out from the crowd. Competition is tough on the web, so capturing the interest of a potential customer within the first few seconds is crucial for to you to have a chance of winning their business. Animated videos will help you to increase user engagement even more and improve your website’s search engine visibility. As motion graphics is a popular area, we regularly produce animation for promotional videos, event videos and the creative side of the corporate video market.
Our Animation Process
1. Ideas/StoryboardThe foundation of any great video is a creative, engaging story. After receiving your brief we’ll start to develop initial concepts for your animation.
2. VoiceoverThe script and voiceover is vital, a good vocieover will keep your viewer engaged. We have a wide range for you to choose from.
Here’s where everything takes shape. Once the voiceover, script are approved we get cracking with putting your animated video together!
4. Music/Sound FX
During the animation stage we then start adding music and a various sound effects. We can pick a suitable track for you or provide a selection to choose from.
5. Preview/FeedbackFinally we provide a link to the first edit where you will have the option to review it and provide any feedback. We allow 2 rounds of revisions so don’t worry!
Once you’re happy with your awesome video we can then provide it in a variety of formats for YouTube, Vimeo, website hosting, DVD, tablets and smartphones.
Animated video production at affordable prices
Simple animation can significantly improve the success of a video by visually reinforcing the information within, holding the viewers interest and creating brand awareness. The use of animation with clients varies widely from producing logo stings, explainer videos and infographics to larger 3D animated videos. Using current industry software such as Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D and 3D Studio Max we can work quickly, efficiently and within a specified budget.
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What is motion graphics?
What types of animation do you offer?
Whether its 2D animated graphics or 3D animation, we can make dynamic, creative and powerful messages to convey your product/service or business. We offer a variety animation services using the latest technology and software (Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D and 3D Studio Max), allowing us to work quickly and efficiently. We offer 2D animations (infographics and explainer videos), 3D animations, sketched and cartoon style animations. Our motion graphics and animation services are ideal for making web videos, corporate videos, tutorials, presentation and viral videos. We can also offer video marketing services for your website and work out what animation style is perfect your company.
What is 3D animation?
How can I use motion graphics within my projects?
Do you offer a white label service?
What does delivery format mean?
We get asked this a lot! Video format can represent a few different things however here is a basic guide:
• Resolution – Size of the actual video picture e.g. 1080p is an HD picture size with a dimension of 1920×1080 or 720p is an HD picture size with a dimension of 1280×720.
• Video codec – A codec basically compresses and decompresses data. It interprets the video file and determines how to play it on your screen. Your computer comes with many codecs pre-installed, however there are a lot of different codecs out there, and it can get really confusing. These days, you really only need to concern yourself with a few common ones such as H.264 (suitable for Youtube, Vimeo and other video portals), MPEG-2 (used for DVD), MJPEG (we usually supply HQ animated files in this format) and WMV (Windows Media Video).
• Video container – video format is more than just its file extension. Extensions like AVI are not, in fact, video codecs, they’re containers. Most common containers you are likely to come across are MP4 (videos for web delivery), AVI (common Windows format), FLV (Flash video) and MOV (Apple’s QuickTime container format).
• Frame rate – videos create the illusion of motion by showing still images in rapid succession. The number of images photographed per second is referred to as the frame rate of the video and is measured in frames per second (fps). Frame rate describes both the speed of recording and the speed of playback. A few common frame rates are 24p (cinematic frame rate), 25p (European standard) and 30p (North American standard).
• Interlaced and progressive – There are basically two ways to display video. Progressive scan (used in computer monitors and digital televisions), displays all the horizontal lines of a picture at one time as a single frame. Whereas Interlaced scan, used in standard television formats (NTSC and PAL), displays only half of the horizontal lines at a time (the first field, containing the odd-numbered lines, is displayed, followed by the second field, containing the even-numbered lines).
Anyway we hope this helps and doesn’t confuse the situation! If you have any questions at all then contact us and we will be happy to explain further.