Okay, guys, production terms depend on lots of factors such as video’s length, the number of characters, overall style, the technology is chosen, and, of course, your responsiveness.
But if you are interested in general info, here are some numbers for you: for a 90-second 2D animated video, it is usually between 6 – 8 weeks after our kick-off. 3D projects typically take 1-2 weeks longer.
You should also keep in mind that the timeline highly depends on your feedback, as we offer two free rounds of revisions per step of the process. So when your feedback is in time, the work moves faster.
How involved should I be?
Honestly, you can be as involved as you’d like. Our Wow project managers are here to help you at any stage. In the beginning, we’ll need you to fill the Creative brief, and then our communication moves to email or video creation dashboard as you prefer. You’ll need to review drafts as they come in and offer revisions or approvals. Don’t worry, and if you want to bring your ideas and be involved, our team can go with your script and keep in touch with you on all the stages or vice versa – not to bother you until it’s all done!
Do you write scripts, or they need to be provided?
If you need Wow ideas from professionals, we are ready to go deep and create a new concept and script from scratch, specifically for your project.
If you have your own ideas, you can send us your script, and we’ll check it shortly, discuss details, and work with it.
What do revision levels mean?
Revision levels are required stages for you to confirm if everything is done as you expected. Each client has two levels of revisions. Everything is super easy:
The first level of revision takes place when we finish a certain scope of work, for example, a storyboard. We send the result for you to check if everything is ok and if you want to make some changes, we’ll do them right off the bat. And send the project back to you for the second level of revision.
After final confirmation, we move on to the next stage of the project. Confirmation after each stage – that’s the only way we work.
Guys, if you want to make any extra changes after two revisions, our team evaluates the work and gives an estimation.
What is your rate standard for the project? Is it a price for a second or a minute of animation?
That’s the most popular question for everyone who is truly interested in creating outstanding videos. Lots of factors influence the final price for your video: technique, animation style, video duration, the complexity of the plot and the script, any deadlines you might have.
Our Wow team always adjusts animation services according to different budgets, but the typical budget we start with is about $4000 for 60 seconds of 2D animation. For the 3D animation price estimate, please contact our team at [email protected]
After your company establishes budgets for all your needs together, we will surely work it out someway.
What impacts the changes in the video cost?
To be honest, every important detail while creating a video, and everything depends on the type of your video:
The technology you choose (2D / 3D / frame-by-frame animation).
The required duration of the video.
The number of characters.
The complexity of the references.
The number of the details in the scenes.
The dynamics of the animation.
Small advice: if you still don’t know what you actually want, just ask our manager to help you think through the project. You can always ask any questions at[email protected].
Are your voiceover artists also from Ukraine or are they native speakers? What languages can you offer? How wide is the selection of the VO artists?
Our big team is worldwide, and we are happy to work with artists all over the world. Hence, we have a wide base of professionals we turn to for recording. According to your request, we use all efforts to find a voiceover artist who will fit the best (accent, origin, gender, age). Don’t worry; we prepare several options to choose from (usually 4-5). And if you don’t like any of the proposed options, then our Wow team doesn’t stop until we find a perfect alternative.
Where do you find the music? Do you have any rights (licenses) for using it in the video? How big is your music library?
Guys, music is not a problem at all. We use professional licensed music libraries to find the right jingle for your project. And as usual, we prepare some alternatives to choose from according to the video requirements (dynamics, style, speed). Once approved, we buy the license for the chosen track, and you can use it freely.
What software do you work with?
We have Wow specialists in-house who can provide a wide range of services. The software used depends on the chosen technology and type of the project.