For your video to be more powerful and engaging it’s crucial that it runs according a plan. In this course you’ll learn how to take pre-production steps that ensure great results.
Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 |3:00PM (GMT) | Duration: 1 hour
Have you ever become lost in your words during you filming process and felt that your video is not as smooth as you intended?
Have you wished you had some sort of structure in your video be it visually and verbally?
If you have answered yes to any of the above questions then this course is for you.
Imagine if you could know how to easily plan your video before you pick up your phone, and be confident that when you put it down, that you’ll be excited to edit your shots and publish a really engaging video!
Video is often, it’s not a once off project anymore. With it being so important and often, it’s important you have a process to follow. Video is also more personalised than ever, such as knowledge based videos, and this requires you to consider all options of the types of videos that work best. 90% of customers say that video helps them make buying decisions. That’s why we have created this course – to engage and secure the decision you want them making.
In this course you will learn how to:
Putting a system in place for pre-production planning will make your production process so much easier, and the results so much better.
Why go to the bother of recording videos if you could have taken some time to sit down, take out your storyboard template and jot down your plan? There is a science to understanding how to apply the most effective plan that reflects postively in your video.
Let’s get you some engagement, results and sales!
One Time Fee
This is a one hour course that can be viewed live, or on demand. It’s up to you!
Aidan founded Videotree in 2014. In those years he has helped businesses succeed by helping them harness the power of video content and video marketing strategy. He now specialises as a video trainer running workshops online and on the ground equipping businesses to shoot their own video content like a pro. He has recently launched his own e-commerce business where he creates video content using his smartphone.