Motion Graphic Options for Your Video Project

One of the ways we’re able to represent your brand in video is through motion graphics. We use motion graphics by taking your brand elements and creatively animating them in your video content. Let’s take a look at the wide variety of options for integrating motion graphics into your video project.

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Matt Heerschap
How Much Does a Two-Minute Video Cost?

For different video projects, the final videos could each be two minutes long, but what’s needed to capture and edit the video content could be drastically different. Let’s consider what factors can affect the cost for producing a two-minute video.

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Andrew Meloche
Doodle Alliance Shoot

Doodle Alliance needed a space to shoot the interview portion of their video, away from all of the barking little Doodle’s in their own space, but also large enough for a few little doodles and two interviewees.

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Chris Brank
Coldwell Banker Caine Market Update

When Coldwell Banker Caine came to us and said, “We’d like to shoot a monthly market update to throw out on social!” we decided that an interview style set up against a green screen would be the best answer. It would provide consistent results and it was easy for the client to fine tune and tweak. So here’s how we pulled it off!

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Chris Brank
RIDGID® Tools Shoot

We were recently tasked with shooting product pieces for Torq Creative and RIDGID® Tools. They wanted their tools highlighted in a “job site” like environment—which meant we needed to bring in a full stud wall, an MDF floor, and functioning outlets to power the tools. 

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Chris Brank
New Offices and Production Space

Over the past few months, we've been able to tackle numerous green screen shoots, and also build several full sets specific to our clients' needs. Having the soundstage available gives us not only flexibility, but also complete control over all aspects of sound and light.

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Chris Brank
Saturday Morning Cartoons

Remember the days before the internet, or the dial-up AOL craze of the 90’s? Back then, TV and movie theaters were the only places to watch videos and you didn’t have a computer in your pocket with an HD screen!

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Chris Brank