An Audiovisual Production Company must ensure the optimal management of all project resources. To achieve this, projects are divided into pre-production, production, and post-production, understanding the different actors and elements involved in each process:
Pre-production: This is the most important stage. Good pre-production ensures that projects are developed by minimizing possible contingencies and saving resources in subsequent processes. Some of the things defined in this process include brief reception, creative proposal development, budgets, scripts, storyboards, casting review, location review, team building, definition of deliverables, work schedule, among others.
Production: Lights, camera, action! This is the recording moment where all the pieces defined in the previous stage must come together for project development. This stage can last from a few minutes to several days depending on the project.
Post-Production: Lastly, there is post-production. In this process, editing, assembly, animation, and colorization of the deliverables defined with the client take place.
Technology and Physical Resources
To achieve the best results, a good Audiovisual Production Company must have the ability to address and operate any project from scriptwriting to the delivery of the final project. For this, there must be a minimum of roles in an audiovisual production company mentioned in this article. Although not all roles are necessary for all shoots, it is important to know the basics to have a better idea of what is required for each video or audiovisual project.