Do you want to add some spice to your communication? You've come to the right place! Thanks to Animation, we are able to create a beautiful story from scratch and get your message across in the best possible way.
Here are the steps to ensure that you understand how animated advertising works and how to get the best value for money.
3 TIPS FOR THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY
3 tips to optimize the price of your motion design video
The price of your animated video is calculated according to three main criteria:
The visual style
The duration of your animated video
The complexity of the subject
Studio KÄ offers you prices adapted to your different objectives which include all our services of conception, realization and advice to the diffusion.
Our team gives you its advice to optimize your budget and launch the production of your motion design video with peace of mind.
TIP 1: Reduce your bill by 15% by choosing a short format
Every second counts in animation!
By reducing the length of your video, you mechanically reduce its cost, while increasing your chances of reaching a high completion rate. Videos between 30 seconds and 1 minute in length have the highest completion rates. Short videos are also more likely to be shared on social networks and more easily integrate Call to Action.
At Studio KÄ, beyond one minute of film, prices are calculated on a pro-rata basis. By reducing the duration from 1.30 min to 1.15 min, you will reduce your bill by about 15%.
TIP 2: Take advantage of economies of scale to optimise your budget
If your campaign can benefit from several videos or if you plan several campaigns in advance, you can optimize your overall budget by ordering several videos.
Your agency can achieve economies of scale by reusing visual elements, sets or characters that can also form a common thread in your campaign.
By committing to several videos with the same motion design agency, discounts will usually be offered.
TIP 3: Entrust the scripting of your project to a professional
To save money, it can be tempting to write your own screenplay, a decision that can often prove costly.
By writing the screenplay, you run the risk of writing a film that is less compelling and relevant than a professional screenwriter would. An interesting story on paper does not always mean a successful film.
When writing, the screenwriter is already thinking about the production, incorporating set pieces that will fit your budget. A poorly conceived script can lead to additional costs in production, set design or animation.
Choose an agency with experienced scriptwriters!