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The video production management experience

Organising and keeping track of a video production requires tools and techniques. Here you can find news, advice and articles about managing video production!

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Video Production Monitoring: Communication Above All Else

Keeping track of video production is not an exact science, but the key lies in communication and making sure that clients and creatives are on the same page at all times. There are plenty of trips and hazards, but nothing is impossible when information is clear and dealt with at the right time. This means linking your schedule to a communication strategy made just for your purposes which combines three essential elements: the vision, the meetings and the reports.

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Video Annotation: The Basis for Client Feedback

In recent years, video annotation tools have made a dramatic addition to best practices in video production management. Video annotation has come so far that’s it’s now an essential tool to avoid disorganised client feedback. Being able to add text to a video anytime and anywhere is a concept that is both simple and extremely appealing. Any producer of AV content who has seen long lists of client feedback with timecodes and vague descriptions knows this all too well.

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How to Create an Effective Film Production Schedule?

A film production schedule is fundamental when organising a video project. But it shouldn’t only be thought of as a tool – it’s so much more than that. It reflects a strategy, follows a working methodology and becomes a means of communication in its own right. A film production schedule should cover all the bases of project management, but it is also vital for it to resonate with the philosophy of the production team and the client’s situation. How can you create a production schedule that reflects your personal approach to making a film? Let’s find out!

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Video Production: The Keys To The Client Relationship

Ahh, client relationships… Support, care, satisfaction… For a client, a successful video is good, essential even. But we all know that all the talent in the world isn’t enough to satisfy a client every time. The support necessary to involve, engage and retain a client is a complex dynamic based on human skills: empathy, flexibility, clarity, generosity… all specific to each project, managed depending on timing and adjusted according to the people involved. This requires listening and being available at each stage of the project.

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How to review A Video ?

To review a video has been something of a saviour for creators and clients who used to work together on video projects before the advent of the wonderful collaborative platforms we have now. We have all gained years of life expectancy from all the misunderstandings we’ve been able to avoid. “What do you mean, ‘there’?”, “When exactly are you referring to?” Directors, content producers, editors and production managers are all aware of the phenomenal power that comes with properly annotating a video. If we can keep in mind how things were before, we can try not to repeat the practices that lead to the confusion and frustration.

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