FAQ Fridays

Here’s this week’s questions answered about video production and our process. Let us know if you have a question you’d like answered by emailing us

Does it take a long time to get a finished product?

Absolutely not!  In fact, we shot, wrote and edited an on-line video in 24 hours for a university that hosted a presidential debate. That’s where Kim’s skills as a former television news producer really kicked in!  We can produce short, video vignettes for your website with one day of shooting, and 10 days to write, edit and create streaming files. On the other hand, we produce longer, overview videos that require several visits over the course of nine months to capture seasonal views and activities, such as intercollegiate athletics. We will talk with you to give you a specific timetable based on what you want to accomplish.

Is it hard to update a video once it’s created?

Not at all.  That’s because we keep all the raw tape and other materials (music, photos, graphics) we used to create your presentations. When you’re ready to open a new building, or add a new capability, we simply update the segments that need changing in a totally seamless fashion.