Media Production Services Video Production By Quote Video Editing Media Preperation (youtube, dvd, etc) Live Event Recording Live Event Streaming to Youtube or Facebook. Audio Video Service & Support for Events Record Music & Create Compositions (special request) Narration Services YouTube Videos & Intros 10' Chroma Key Green, Blue, Black, White, or Gray Rental Get Started Media Authoring By Quote Small Run DVD/CD Duplication Large Run DVD/CD Replication Bluray Duplication DVD/CD Packaging USB Thumb Drive Duplication Get Started Photography By Quote Corporate Photography Event Photography Product Photography Photo Reconstruction Photo Touchups 10' Wide Chroma Key Green, Blue, Black, White, or Gray Rental Get Started Two questions that clients typically have about custom video productions are, how much does a custom video production cost and how long will it take? To answer these questions I have broken a production down into the following three sections: Pre-Production Phase (Consultation) The goal of the project, the audience, and how to get there. Location(s) and location expenses, or virtual locations. Who to interview or who the actor(s) are. Choosing voice actors if required. Scripts, Dialogue, and Captions. Type of music, and if the music needs to be recorded in a studio. Choosing the right equipment, such as cameras, audio interfaces, etc. The final medium that the production will be distributed as. DVD/Blu-Ray/Online Medium, Broadcast TV, etc. The time-frame of pre-production can involve hours, days or weeks depending on the length of the production. Generally speaking, the pre-production phase is based on a set hourly rate. Production Phase (Location Shooting) How many days are required for the production (weather contingencies included.) How many production crew members are needed. At a minimum you need a videographer and in large productions you also need a producer, audio engineer(s), lighting specialist(s), wardobe/makeup, and support personal. The production phase will certainly be determined by the length of the production, and how elaborate the scenes will be. Crew members, will be paid hourly rates, and depending on the production type the actors as well. Things to also take into consideration are expenses, which can range from production gear, to food/drink, travel expenses, permits, rentals and so forth. Post Production Phase (Behind the Scenes) Reviewing the raw footage, doing cuts, and editing. Production of computer generated graphics, sub-titles, music and so on. Adding voice-over talent and or narration. Reviewing and tweaking the final cut of the production. During post production the entirety of the footage needs to be reviewed to determine what footage stays and what footage is cut. Costs for editing are based on industry standard hourly rates for editors * the amount of raw footage. Computer generated graphics, narration and music will also need to be considered in the cost and time-frame. Photography & Graphic Design Portfolio (Hover or Click) Video & Multimedia Projects True Crimes Podcast Listen to "INTRODUCING BLOOD TIES" on Spreaker. Pre-roll & Mid-roll recording for Dan Zupansky Ed-Digenous Traditions (Instructional Videos) Year of Mercy Reflection Get Started Contact Multee Media Corp. By Phone Click to Call By Email Click to Email Name Please enter your name. Email Please enter a valid email. Your Message Please enter a message. Please check the captcha to verify you are not a robot. Send Message failed. Please try again. Thanks for your message! We’ll be in touch soon. By Online Chat Click to Chat By Mailing List Click to Sign-up Please enter your name. Please enter a valid email address. Please check the captcha to verify you are not a robot. Subscribe! Thanks for subscribing! Please check your email for further instructions. Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.