Explainer video Production is a multi-step procedure which entails more specialists than one. Typically, an Explainer video production team consists of a Scriptwriter, Storyboard Artist, Illustrator, Animator, Voiceover Artist and Sound-Effects Artist. Each of those six role players leads to video production. Here’s a step-by-step Description of the Video Production Process.
Recognizing Client Brief
The first step of this Explainer video production process involves going through customer’s brief a questionnaire filled by customer, for understanding his/her business entity and movie requirement. Usually, it is the scriptwriter who goes through this procedure. In case of doubts or questions, an interaction between the scriptwriter and the customer is arranged.
Research and Brainstorming
After all the relevant Information was gathered from the customer, a secondary study if necessary is conducted, for better understanding the company. The short is described as the storyboard artist as well as the animator. After the two of them have known the short, they sit together with the scriptwriter to picture the movie storyline, pick on characterizations & other visual components, and finalize how those components would be revived. After everything is determined, the movie script is crafted.
Scripting & Voiceover
Based upon discussion, the explainer video script is crafted and delivered to the customer for acceptance. Ordinarily, a 60-seconds explainer doodly coupon comprises 150-160 words. This script acts as the ‘armature’ around which the movie is sculpted. On acceptance, the script is listed as a voiceover, which in a later point, is placed as a background narration from the explainer video.
Storyboarding & Illustration
A storyboard is a Graphic organizer in the kind of illustrations or graphics displayed in arrangement for the role of pre-visualizing a motion picture, animation, motion picture or interactive media arrangement. Basically, Storyboarding involves drawing on the scenes of this movie, frame-by-frame. Storyboarding is performed on the basis of the last script. Once storyboarding is completed, it is sent for customer’s approval. On acceptance, the storyboard goes through case colorization, and once more, it is sent to the customer for acceptance.
Animation and Sound Effects
Once the Fully-illustrated storyboard is accepted from the customer, the animation process gets started. This process obviously, consumes plenty of time since it is not an easy endeavor to bring static storyboard characters/elements into life. The animation is done based on the last voiceover, thus ensuring good synchronization between the audio and the visual. Eventually, the Animation and voiceover are integrated together to form the movie. To this movie, sounds effects are additional. The sound effects enhance the overall video quality and lead in producing subtle humor.