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5 tips for scheduling a video production

5 Tips For Producing A Great Video

Our top tips when it comes to making the most of your time and money when producing a professional video.

When it comes to video production, scheduling can be a major challenge, so Orlando Corporate Media has created this list of best practices to help ensure your project stays on track and meets its deadlines. From coordinating with staff, senior executives and crew to securing locations and equipment, there are many moving parts to consider. Here are five tips to help you schedule your video production effectively.

 

Before you can create an efficient schedule, you need to have a clear project plan in place. This should include details such as the scope of the project, the target audience, the message you want to convey, and the desired outcome or call to action. With a clear plan in place, you can better understand the resources you'll need and the timeline required to complete the project. This is often one of the most hastily completed parts of the production, which cause problems later. Ironically, this is also one of the least expensive portions of the production. Taking time to develop the message, sort out details and have a defined project scope will greatly decrease cost overruns later.

 

 

When creating a schedule for your video production, it's important to identify key milestones and deadlines. This will help you stay on track and ensure that you're making progress towards your goals. Some key milestones might include completing the script, filming the video, and editing the final product. You should also set deadlines for each of these milestones to ensure that you're making steady progress towards your final deadline. By breaking your project down into smaller, manageable tasks, you'll be able to create a more efficient schedule that keeps your project on track. As mentioned above, taking the time to identify the milestones and deadlines will relieve headaches during filming or editing.

 

 

When scheduling your video production, it's important to consider the availability of your team and resources. Make sure that everyone involved in the project is aware of the schedule and their responsibilities. If you have team members who are only available on certain days or times, make sure to take that into account when creating your schedule. Additionally, make sure that you have all the necessary resources, such as equipment and locations, available when you need them. This will help prevent delays and ensure that your project stays on track.

 

 

No matter how well you plan, unexpected delays can still happen during video production. That's why it's important to build in buffer time into your schedule. This will give you some wiggle room in case something goes wrong or takes longer than expected. It's better to have extra time than to be rushed and risk compromising the quality of your video. Make sure to communicate the buffer time to your team and stakeholders so that everyone is aware of the schedule and can plan accordingly.

 

 

Project management tools can be incredibly helpful when it comes to scheduling your video production. There are many different tools available, such as Trello, Asana, and Monday.com, that can help you keep track of tasks, deadlines, and team members. These tools allow you to assign tasks to specific team members, set deadlines, and track progress. They also provide a centralized location for all project-related information, making it easy for everyone to stay on the same page. By using project management tools, you can ensure that your video production stays organized and on track.

As with most projects, planning is key to having a production completed on-time and on-budget. Spending time to sort out the details before production begins will yield a better video once completed. When you work with the team at Orlando Corporate Media, you'll be guided through the process to ensure your goals are achieved, however like all our best videos, it's a collaboration. Your engagement in the project will determine, in part, the success of the production. While we can 'go it alone,' that seldom results in the best video for you. We encourage you to be involved and use our experience to deliver an outstanding production.

 

Orlando Corporate Media is a video production company with a specialty of corporate and business production services. We provide videography, filming, editing and live stream services to businesses and brands, allowing them to efficiently and effectively reach their audience. Call Orlando Corporate Media today for a free consultation and quote. Reach us at 407-362-9490. 

Filming a corporate video
Putting best practices to work in a studio
Ready to begin filming a promotional video
Using best practices results in a better video production
Best tips for producing a professional video
Be prepared and stay efficient by planning your video production

Start with a clear project plan.

Consider the availability of your team and resources.

Build in buffer time for unexpected delays.

Identify key milestones and deadlines.

Use project management tools to stay organized and on track.

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