Corporate Video Production
Mintox Media helps companies implement their promotional and training campaigns with customised, targeted and yes, entertaining corporate videos. We translate your product, policy or passion into engaging clips for maximum impact. Importantly, Mintox Media provides reliable, personalised service to showcase your story on screen.
What is the Mintox Media difference?
It’s tough to narrow it down to just one point of difference… so here’s our Top Three:
Videos Customised to Your Business
No templates here! Every video we create is carefully crafted to capture your target audience and reinforce your overall message.
Corporate videos may be non-fiction, but they still require a clear flow of information to take every viewer on a learning journey.
Our clients consistently rave about our ability to deliver a reliable service. We’ve been making videos for long enough to know the common pitfalls of video production (and how to avoid them). Our streamlined workflow ensures your video is always delivered on time, with no silly errors.
What services does Mintox Media provide?
We can organise it all! Script writing, actors, voice over, green screen, animation, music, copyright, even hiring a helicopter… Mintox Media directly oversees every aspect of production.
How much does a corporate video cost?
As most of our videos are customised with unique elements for each client, it’s difficult to provide a generic quote. A very basic video can cost as little as $1,000, while more complicated projects can be over $50,000. In addition to filming and editing, there may be additional fees for script writing, voice over, translation, drones, actors, autocue, 3D graphics, special effects and music. It all depends on what tells the best story. If you can provide an indication of your budget up front, we will happily explain what can be achieved for that amount.
Why have a corporate video?
With the influence of film and television on our culture over the past hundred years, most people today are visually-oriented. An engaging corporate video can quickly illustrate abstract concepts such as “company vision”, “best practice” and “brand position” in minutes. Slick moving images make your goals and accomplishments tangible to customers and staff – many people will only truly grasp what you’re trying to say once they see it on screen!
What industries do you assist?
We’ve collaborated with clientele from all walks of life:
- Health and Safety
- Telecommunications and IT
- Real Estate
- Not For Profit
- Music and Dance
What if I’ve never made a video before?
That’s totally OK… we’ll guide you through the production process and keep you completely informed about what we’re doing, and why. Every Mintox Media production starts with a relaxed meeting, to find out exactly where your company has come from, who your people are and what makes your particular story unique. This informs every aspect of the video; script, camera angles, music, colour grading… the list goes on, but it doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you’ve come to us with a handful of dot points or a fully-approved storyboard, we’ll incorporate your goals to produce a video you’re completely proud of.
How long should my video run for?
Most of our videos are 2-10 minutes duration, but every clip is exactly as long (or short) as it needs to be. Successful videos avoid information overload by concentrating on a handful of key points. Whether you require a 30-second clip for your website homepage, 5-minute showreel to attract investors or a 10-hour training series, we’ve got you covered.
Do you use real people or actors?
After the initial meeting, we’ll suggest the best method to get your point across; whether you use a voice-over, presenter, interviews, fly-on-the-wall documentary footage, dramatic re-enactments, even comedy. We will always explain the pros and cons of using real people versus actors within the context of your particular video. It depends on your goals, your audience, your schedule, and your budget.
Have you got any other questions? Head over to our FAQ’s for more information.
Filming on a mine site in the Pilbara
Filming a safety video with a slow-motion camera
Directing an actor for a dramatic training video in Perth
Aerial filming for a training video about cattle mustering in the Kimberley
Ssshhhhh! Filming the rare wildlife of Phillip Island from a bird hide
Atop Mauna Kea, Hawai’i, gathering footage for a charity