The short answer is that it depends. 

Video production is one of the most effective ways to reach your audience. It’s been proven to get more views, shares and likes than other content mediums.

But the question isn’t whether or not you should make a video, it’s how much will it cost?

The first thing you need to know is that there are many factors that affect the cost of video production.

The cost depends on the type of video that you need, the location, crew, equipment, talent, amount of prep-production, editing, sound FX, post-production, and more.

The best way to estimate your budget or to get an accurate quote from us is to write a video production brief.

A brief detail of the when, where, what, why, and how of the video you want produced.

Whether you’re working for a media company or a brand, video is an important medium to invest in.

It can communicate so much more than text and pictures—it’s all about the story you tell.

And if you’re going to spend money on video production, do it wisely! 

Consider these statistics: 80% of consumers prefer to learn about a product through video rather than text, and 84% of consumers have been convinced to purchase a product after watching a video.

That means that you are likely to see a return on investment for your video production costs.

We charge by using a day rate, $1,200/day, or sometimes a half-day rate of $750. It all depends on how much time we need to spend on a project (how many days), then we apply the day rate to come up with our total cost.