Preparing to create a video storyboard? Then here is a step by step guide.
Storyboarding is putting your ideas and visuals into a video script, in simple terms being able to write a “book of the video”. However it is worth it, it can in fact save you time.
If we have a well worked out storyboard, it can save us time in editing later. If we know exactly how many shots and what the shots are meant to look like, we wont have to add anything last minute. Measure twice cut once applies to video production as well as construction, and that's why pre-production and storyboarding is they key to actually finishing a video on time and within budget.
It is human nature to jump straight into a project without spending the necessary preparation time to ensure success of the video being produced. They say that 70% of the effort decorating a room is the preparation (cleaning the walls, laying the tarps, taping the trim, covering with dust sheets etc.).
It prepares us for exactly what your video is going to look like. With our storyboard you will know what each scene will look like and it will give you a clear idea of how its all going to work out. You can practically see your film just by looking at your storyboard.
Once we have an approved script, we sit together with your production team and creatively brainstorm the images to go with every single phrase, every sentence, every chapter, and every section in the video script.
This is what a storyboard is. Its everything about your corporate video on paper.
You have several elements to consider when preparing your storyboards. You first need to evaluate your script and break it down into shots. Then, as you plan each shot panel, ask yourself the following questions: