Video Production FAQs

What types of videos can you make?

We can create any type of video that you may require, from 2D animations to feature films.

What steps are there to making a video?

Put simply, the process of creating a video from concept to completion consists of three main phases: Pre-Production, Production and Post-Production. Phase one (Pre-Production) is where all the planning and coordination takes place; phase two (Production) is when you capture or create all the individual elements that will be used to create the final piece; and phase three (Post-Production) is where all the elements are edited together and combined to create the final video. While the production process will vary based on the style, content, timeline, effort, and budget, there are some basic building blocks that are common among successful video producers.

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What is the process of a Motion Graphics' project?

Reviews, approvals & final delivery. While every project is different, these three key elements ensure the project is set up for success and will go as smoothly as possible.For more information check out this video [Click Here]

What is the feedback process for a video?

Video production, like many creative projects, benefits from feedback and revisions. We have found that a three-stage approach works for the majority of clients.

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How many revisions do I get with my video?

The number of revisions you receive will be outlined in your proposal and will be defined by your budget.

What can cause a delay in final video delivery?

There are two items that often cause significant delays and impact production schedules:

  1. The amount of time our clients can take to provide their feedback throughout the production process (script, voice over, storyboard, early animation review and the finished product).
  2. Some of our clients have one person in charge of deciding (such as early stage start-ups or independent business owners), so feedback is provided right away.
  3. Other clients have multiple decision points (marketing, executives, peers, and legal), so sign-offs can take longer (often weeks).
  4. The number of revisions requested in each stage of production.
  5. The more times revisions are requested, the more time it takes to reach a final product. Our overall aim is that you are completely satisfied with your final video, so we will work with you throughout the entire process. We’ll advise you of any requests which could introduce a delay or cost to the project.

Acknowledgement to Country 2023

Loveridge Digital would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional custodians of the Australian lands on which we work. We are honoured to be on the ancestral lands of those whose cultures are among the oldest living cultures in human history. We pay respect to the Elders, past, present and to the younger generation of the community who will be the future leaders in years to come.