A successful video production process starts with a great brief
How do we ensure our brief is what you want?
It’s our job to ensure your brief is meaningful and informative – not yours.
First, we will ask you to get your thoughts down in writing. We make this easy for you, by asking the right questions when you request a quote. This is a simple online form that will help us understand:
the purpose of your project
the message you wish to communicate
your target market
the unique beneﬁts of your offering
what marketing materials you already have (e.g. other videos, brochures).
How do we set a budget for our project?
Meet with all of the relevant stakeholders in your organisation and try to establish a budget range for the video production project.
And then what happens?
Once you have a rough idea, we can show you a range of video production projects and their associated budgets. This will help us set a more speciﬁc budget for your production.
What’s the best way to communicate the style of video we are after?
Showing us examples of the type of video you are looking for is a great place to start. We will then ask you some speciﬁc questions about what you have in mind. For example, do you want a narrator or presenter delivering the information? Or would you prefer text captions or a documentary style video?
Next, we’ll show you examples of our work that (we believe) to be similar to what you want. You can then tell us what you like and don’t like about each and we take it from there.
"It was a pleasure to work with your Dream Engine team. The shoot was professional, well organised and ran very smoothly. Your clear communication and attention to detail made the project efficient and enjoyable. All the elements are there to deliver a quality production."
“I don’t have to have any concerns about them meeting the client without me being there, which is a massive benefit because it saves IBM money.”
GrafxLab Manager, IBM Australia
“When it came to production we knew exactly what was going to happen, and there were no surprises. It was a great process.”
The College of Intensive Care Medicine
Get in touch. Tell us the results you want. We’ll make sure you get a great looking video.