Right now I only have a small budget. With just the source files, I can work on and further develop this video later. I’ll use it for an internal presentation first, then probably put it online.
I need to present my work simply and effectively. The focus is more on having a really intelligible and integrated message than on visual effects, but it still has to be beautiful because I plan to use this video in many places (T.V. aside)
JI’ve just done the rounds and looked at the competition. Well, you’re 40% cheaper. I need a video to introduce my company: it’ll be on our website, part of my email signature, and on our social media.
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Animating your illustrations
Creating your illustrations
Creating your illustrations – Price list
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|Designing your graphic style|
M usic can really affect the atmosphere of your motion design, as well as completing the narrative structure of your animated video. Music also helps your audience better understand your video, and therefore helps you to reach your goals more easily. You may choose the soundtrack from a wide range of styles: acoustic, soft, electro, mystical music – the choices are endless…
T he Voice Artist can draw your audience in and create a lasting impression. It’s absolutely essential to determine which type of narrator best suits your audience: man or woman? young or mature? serious or humorous? We’re right here to help you make the best possible choice.
A dding subtitles to your animated video is extremely significant. Transcription is indispensable, so that audience members with hearing issues may also be able to enjoy your video and discover your services. Subtitles are also useful for sharing on social media, since most videos play muted by default.
S ound design allows one to knit together all the narrative elements, and bring cohesion and unity to your animated video. You can use sound design to create ambient sounds, or to draw the spectator’s eye towards one of your video’s key elements.