At VideoTile, we are proud to be specialists in video production for education and training. We specialise in creating amazing and effective video course content that is interactive and packed full of all the valuable information your clients need. Video production is our specialist area, and we have a specific way of tackling each course to ensure it delivers what our customers need. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the VideoTile video production process. We hope this gives you great insight into what we do.

Stage One: Briefing and Research

To create any video course, we consult closely with our subject experts in line with our client’s expectations. We have a catalogue of courses, but we also create bespoke products for clients. Consulting with our subject experts ensures we get each video course’s style and tone right. We produce the highest quality video course and are proud that many of our courses are accredited by leading industry bodies. With this in mind, we take extra care to ensure accurate and correct information.

Stage Two: Choosing Presenters

As video production specialists, we can access a wide pool of experienced voice actors and presenters. All our presenters are pre-auditioned so that we can select the right personality for any course. We choose presenters that accurately match the requirements of the course. All our presents have the same characteristics of a good course tutor. They have the ability to easily engage, inform and entertain learners to the right level so they engage with the course material.

Stage Three: Writing the Script

At VideoTile, we have access to professional scriptwriters who develop the scripts for our video courses. The scripts are written based on the briefing documents we put together at the beginning of the process. All our writers have the expertise to convey the key learning messages, ensuring it is both engaging and accurate. Our scripts are written with the learner in mind, keeping the learning matter as engaging as possible.

Stage Four: Storyboarding

Once we fully understand the course requirements, we can map out the story idea and match graphic and pictorial elements with the script. We present this in storyboard format, making it easy to add new elements as necessary.

Stage Five: Graphics and Interactive Features

Animated graphics help to add interactivity to our courses. Animated graphics can synchronise with the presenter’s delivery and help to reinforce the lesson being addressed. Our team can also build gaming elements into interactive video courses to increase their engagement ability.

Stage Six: Video Recording

We are lucky to have our own private video recording studios, ready for all video production and recording. We are experts in video and passionate about everything in this field. This means we invest in the most innovative equipment and technologies and use the most cutting edge filming techniques and processes suitable for learning content. We also film on location when required and utilise autocue technology to ensure word-perfect performances from all of our presents.

Stage Seven: Video Editing

It doesn’t matter how great your video recording skills are, editing is always essential. Video editing is especially important for our courses as it means we can add in essential learning points and test interactive features. We can make sure with have everything we need to satisfy the course content requirement. Editing is a vital stage in the video production process.

Stage Eight: Course Delivery

We created our in-house Learning Management System to deliver our course content. It has distributor and customer interfaces for ease of use. It allows our distribution network to manage their customer’s accounts effectively and provides individual accounts for your customers to manage their employee training.

Our VideoTile training courses are used by hundreds of companies to support their learning programmes and to sell onto their own training provider clients. We hope you’ve enjoyed hearing more about our video production process.

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