Using innovative dynamic film techniques, we create corporate videos, promotional videos and infomercials that allow you, to stand out as a company.
We creatively translate compelling images into effective video productions. Aeriallive’s uses include video drones, a portable crane and steadycams. All these techniques contribute to a professional presentation of your company and projects.
Your video in a few steps
In pre-production, we engage in a conversation with you in which all your requirements are discussed. The ultimate goal is to arrive together at an overall plan of action. After all the important points have been discussed, we get to work for you. With the information discussed, we create a storyboard that incorporates your objectives. As soon as we are done with this, it will be presented to you.
After the storyboard is presented and we receive approval from you, one or more production days are scheduled. Because a lot of preliminary work has already been done and the necessary things have been prepared, the turning day(s) will go smoothly. Our team will ensure that all scheduled recordings are made with the desired quality.
Once all filming is complete, we begin post-production. The recordings are picked and the best recordings are selected. Then, if necessary, we will look for appropriate supporting music for the video production. A voice-over may be required. In that case, this will have already been discussed with you during pre-production.
Once all filming is complete, we begin post-production. The shots are picked and the best shots are selected. If necessary, we will look for ambient music and do the color-grading. A voice-over may be required for your video production, in which case this will have already been discussed with you during pre-production.
When we finish the entire assembly we will contact you again and it will be shown to you via a screened page. Through this page, you can use a handy online ’tag’ tool to place feedback directly into the shots. We always include the first round of feedback as standard (this does not apply to major structural changes)