Nowadays internet platforms like YouTube and Vimeo allow you to upload your videos and show them to millions of people around the world. It is understandable that every single performer wants to create a video clip for his/her song. Adding a video that properly visualises the ideas and the feelings of the performer can make the difference between a good song and a great song. By doing so you are free to harness the full potential of those giant online platforms we mentioned earlier.
The team of One More Frame studio has enormous experience with the filming and the post-production of music videos. So far we have filmed over 15 music video clips with a summary of over 10 million views online. A significant portion of those videos we made for the man with the best “flow” and the “fastest mouth” in Bulgaria – the rapper F.O.
One More Frame Studio offers a complete audio-visual product, from start to end.
Here is how the whole process works:
At this point, it is very important for us to fully understand your idea about the product video. Even if you don’t have a very clear vision and a script, we are going to develop your concept after discussing it in depth first.
We are going to assemble the best team of professionals for the filming of your video. Through a storyboard created by us, you will get a good idea how your video will look. We will talk through the different details and aspects of the script. Only after that, we can start filming.
The time needed to shoot the movie varies depending on the particular project. For example, if you planned for 3 different locations(different address or even cities), filming days will most probably multiply. Because of this and because of many other reasons this is the most expensive stage of the production.
This stage is for Video editing. It includes reviewing, redacting and alignment of the raw materials. Animations, graphics and effects are being added accordingly to the script.
After the whole video is edited, the time comes for the color corrections – a very important finishing process.