The first step in the video production process is the formation of a project idea. It could be as simple as recording a classroom presentation or as complicated as creating a promotional video for a study abroad course in your program.
Once you have an idea, the next step is to plan how you’re going to turn it into a reality. Successful digital video projects involve planning. In this phase of the video process, ideas are refined, and the scope of the project is set. Some useful tools to use during the planning process include scripts, shot lists and storyboards. These elements help to bring the project to life and visualize what the end product will look like. Depending on the scope of the project, the planning process can be very simple or more involved and complicated.
Now that the plan for the digital video project has been set, it’s time to enter the production phase. This is where the actual filming takes place, which is often the most enjoyable part of a video project. With thorough planning in the previous phase, the production of the video will go smoothly and efficiently. The most important part of this phase is to check the video footage as it is being shot. If there are any issues with the footage, this is the time to re-shoot it to make sure that all of the shots are completed correctly.
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