If a one minute video costs $1,000, then a two-minute video should cost $2,000, right?
More often than not, it’s not the case.
A one-minute video could cost way more than a two-minute video – it just depends on what it takes to make the video – size of the crew needed, number of shoot days, additional creative services(script writing, story boards), propping, talent, motion graphics and animation. It really boils down to how big the idea is, and how detailed the production will need to be to make it happen.
We charge based on what goes into a production, not by the minute. For example, a one minute video that involves 4 hours of shooting with minimal editing could cost as little as $2,000 while a one minute video that involves multiple locations around the world with lots of visual effects and motion graphics could run $100,000.
We love to dream big, but the good news is we can scale and tweak ideas to work within any budget to produce a video that is unique, beautiful and does the trick!Share this: