When our clients come to us for their videos and animations, we make it a top priority to set up a meeting between the clients and the script writers assigned to them. This meeting enables us to gather all your requirements that you wish to be fulfilled in the animated videos you want. We, however, also do a thorough research on the kind of audience which you are aiming at and the goals that you want to achieve while doing so.


A script is meant to be the technical instructions of what you are seeing on screen. It includes dialogue, as well as actions for the characters and what the camera sees. It's like explaining a scene as plainly and bluntly as possible to someone over the phone.


The storyboard is a very important part of the pre-production process because it clearly conveys how the story will flow, as you can see how your shots work together. ... Early on in the production process, they are necessary to tell the story and communicate the concept.


While the quality of the video has to be spot on, the audio is equally as important because it helps to deliver your message and form the basis of what will capture the attention of your audience. Put in a simple way, a professional voice over can give a powerful boost to your brand's potential for being noticed. A professional voice over has the following attributes:

1) Emotion and the Human Touch

2) Personality

3) Quality

4) Credibility


Animation is a way of making a movie from many still images. The images are put together one after another, and then played at a fast speed to give the illusion of movement. ... A person who makes animations is called an animator.

5 Types of Animation:

1) Traditional animation 2) 2D Vector-based animation 3) 3D computer animation 4) Motion graphics 5) Stop motion


1) Reviewing all Footage and Audio

The video editing process allows you to look over everything you shot during the shoot. During filming it is easy to overlook certain shots you are creating because of how fast paced a film set is. The editing process lets you slow down and carefully review all the content that you have to work with so that you can formulate a way to put it all together.

2) Make or Break a Video

The editing stage is the stage where you can make or break your video. This is where all the content you have comes together in a meaningful way. This is where you bring together disparate clips into a cohesive story. There sometimes are shots you never really thought would work, but in the editing room, they come alive. This is also where you make big decisions about coloring, visual effects, transitions, and more.

3) Creative Decisions

A well-edited project will be crisp and flow with great precision. All the creative decisions you have made from pre-production through post-production shine through after it has all been edited down to its final form. This is the process where you decide the pacing of the film, and how all the shots work together to create a unified whole.

Video editing is a lengthy process on its own and requires a great attention to detail. It is never a bad idea to hire a video editing service for your project because you know that you will get professional results every time. For more information about the services we provide, please contact us.