- DEVELOP A PLAN
- CREATE STORYBOARDS
- GET APPROVALS
- RESERVE RESOURCES
- FINALIZE LOCATION
Writing a script is not like writing a story. There are specific technical aspects to follow when writing a script. Such as using the correct font, margins, breaks, and creating a title page. Giving helpful details about the setting and characters is key. This lets the actor know exactly what is supposed to be going on. Make sure you really plan out your script because you do not want to start filming with an unsatisfactory script.
There are two types of recording to keep in mind when putting together a video. Film recording and sound recording. Both are important in making the video successful. Creating a video can be costly, so making sure your script, set, and actors are prepared is very important. You should definitely take the time to plan everything out before you hit the record button.
Voiceover is a production technique where a voice is spoken by someone who appears elsewhere in the production. It is pre-recorded and placed over the top of a video and is commonly used to explain information. This proccess should be planned out, so you know exactly what you want said while the video is going.
Once you have everything planned out and ready to film, the next step is the production. Production can occur while your filming live or after you are done recording, which is referred to as post production. Video editing, voiceovers, and sound effects all occur in production. This is when you make the video come to life.