Executive Team Videos FAQs
What is an executive video?
Executive videos are short marketing pieces used to highlight your business and show potential customers how they will benefit from using your services. They also serve another purpose of explaining to your team members why what they do is important for the overall success of the company.
What is the meaning of video production?
Video production is the process of creating videos to tell a story or promote something. A video can be anything from an executive video, to internal team training clips, to testimonial videos.
What is film and video production?
Film and video production is a collaborative process used to create a film or video. The process starts with finishing a script and an outline of the overall project, including what equipment will be needed, who will do or oversee each task, what locations are required, timing issues and talent requirements.
What is the difference between video production and film production?
Film production is a creative process that involves writing, directing, shooting and editing a film or video. Film production often results in the finished product being hosted on film festival circuits and either gaining notoriety or being distributed to theatres for wider viewership.
Video production is a technical process that involves planning, shooting, recording and editing videos for different purposes, from corporate training and event coverage to testimonial videos and marketing pieces. Video production is often used for corporate needs, such as executive team videos, product demonstrations and how-to clips.
What is the difference between film and video?
The main difference between film and video is that films are usually longer in length, use more advanced equipment and take longer to produce. Films are often about telling stories through motion pictures, while videos are traditionally about presenting facts and information, are usually shorter in length, and are produced in a more timely manner.