The decision on whether or not to make a video for your brand is not an easy one. It requires time, attention, and money. And getting quotes, comparing video company styles, and finding a team you trust to carry out your vision is not necessarily the best part of the video production process, either.
Budget is an important factor in your video production services decision-making journey, and we hope we are able to help provide a little more detail on pricing. When you find trust and talent in your video production team, you are primed to make magic happen.
We are here to help you make the best-informed decision for you, your brand, and the purpose of your video. Receiving a video production proposal from the Bottle Rocket Media (BRM) team is designed to be a fun experience that offers room for you to ask questions, understand the numbers, and prepare for the creative process.
Budgets will range based on the specifications of your project. Whether on-set, online, or motion graphics, we provide all the deets to get you to be in love with the video production process. This article is all about breaking down more about why our quote may differ from other quotes.
What BRM Video Production Proposals Include
When the BRM team creates a proposal, it is unique to your needs. Every proposal is different based on the needs and expectations of the project. This is why we take the time to get to know you better by asking relevant questions about you, your brand, what you are looking for, and how you plan to use your video.
With experience in producing, directing, editing, 2D & 3D animation, casting, scriptwriting, storyboarding, and voiceover recording, we will incorporate all that is needed to make your video a massive success.
In each proposal, you will see a summary of the project and your needs. There will be line items that suggest the hours needed from various team members, the crew and equipment needed or design elements, and anything else required for your unique project.
Video Quality Matters
The saying, “you get what you pay for,” remains in line with video production. Your budget certainly matters, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs in relation to your budget. As you embark on capturing and comparing quotes, pending the purpose of your video, keep in mind, video quality matters, just as much as the budget.
Your video should certainly make an impact. One that is compelling, perceived to be innovative, and truly speaks to the story you want to convey. Talent, skill, and experience, coupled with working with a team you enjoy brainstorming with are irreplaceable. The hourly rate you see in your outlined proposal may not highlight all of these factors, but the estimate will. The dedication and drive to ensure you are satisfied with your project is certainly well worth it, and the investment made will be one you will take pride in.
We know, transparency counts and we are eager to work on your project. In the event a proposal doesn’t match your expectations, let’s talk. We are more than willing to hash out the details of your proposal so you can be comfortable and understand initial projections.
The Reviews and Awards Speak For Themselves
We are extremely grateful that the past 10 years in business have resulted in more word-of-mouth referrals, more inbound leads, return clients, and an incredible amount of favorable recognition from reviews and awards. Slow and steady wins the race, as Dan says in the Video Business Podcast about Small Business, and fortunately, we have slowly captivated the attention of reputable clients and industry professionals to be honored while also getting rave reviews.