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For a typical production, you should allocate 4 weeks to your video project. This includes the first week for pre-production planning: concept development, script writing, scheduling and shot list. Week 2 for filming. And 2 weeks for editing, feedback, changes, and final touches.
We’ll take charge of the project, and guide you through our process. We’ll encourage you to share information, contribute ideas and provide feedback throughout. This makes sure that your project stays on track, and you receive the video that best meets your needs.
Dream Engine has over 18 years of experience in preparing and coaching non-professional actors and presenters. We know how to help people feel at ease and look their best on video.
Yes. As the video comes together in the edit, we’ll keep you updated: You’ll receive links to view the video at 3 milestones. This helps ensure that we’re on the same page. It also gives you the opportunity to give feedback and suggest changes along the way.
Once your video is delivered and paid for, you own the copyright. You’ve commissioned the work, and it’s yours to use as you wish. You might be surprised to learn that many video production companies insist on retaining copyright of their clients’ work.
Yes. At Dream Engine, we only charge fixed prices. So you always know upfront what your investment is. It’s our responsibility to ensure that the work is completed in the time we’ve allocated. Unless you ask for additional work beyond our agreement, there’ll be no changes to your budget.
Yes. We’re satisfied only once you’re completely happy. When it comes to the post-production stage, we’re happy to continue editing your video until you are 100% satisfied with it.
Once you’re ready to get started on your project, give us a call on 03 8678 0316, or click the ‘contact’ button in the top right hand corner and enter your details.