Every project includes an approximate price that will help you gauge what your project might cost.
How much will my video cost?
The short answer is that it totally depends on the production that's involved, a one minute video could cost $2000 or it could cost over $100,000. Utilising a budget effectively requires expertise and we pride ourselves at creating video content that will achieve your marketing goals, within your budget. If you have a budget, we have an idea.
Why should I choose quality over quantity?
If you want people to watch your video, then produce a video that’s worth watching. This doesn't always mean spending tens of thousands of dollars on a single video, but it does mean being smart about utilising your budget to create an engaging video that everyone will watch, rather than wasting it on five videos that nobody will.
Why do prices vary across video production agencies?
Every video production agency is different, with different production methods and running costs. We can’t speak for other agencies, but we value every client we have and rely on their return business and referrals, so we ensure that our rates remain competitive, and the quality of our work remains high.
What type video is right for my brand?
This is a question we can indeed help you answer, as long you know the results you’d like to achieve from the project. There isn’t a one video achieves all scenario and anyone who says otherwise is grossly misinformed. Talk to us about your marketing strategy, and we’ll create something to fit.
How long does it take to produce a video?
Everything good thing takes time, but we allow a turnaround time of 3 to 6 weeks per standard project. But talk to us to get an accurate idea of how long your project will take to produce. And if it’s urgent we can handle the heat, but we do charge accordingly for the late nights required to make it happen.
How can we cut production costs?
Unfortunately, we can’t. The last thing we want is to produce a sub-standard product that will be a waste of your money. Our best advice is to hold off until you have the ability to produce something properly, even a small high-quality video will offer more return than a sub-standard one.