Take the technical pain out of
producing great video content
Are you trying to create videos but find your creations don’t match your vision?
Do you have no problem being on camera but struggle with the technical aspects of editing?
Maybe you simply don’t have the time?
Okay, you’re in the right place. Let’s dive in…
Producing video is hard. So if you’re even considering turning on your camera and stepping in front of it, go you! Seriously.
Once you hit record, it can take only a few minutes to get a perfect take, but the work isn’t finished there. There’s editing the video, adjusting the sound, graphics, music – and then getting the finished product online ready for your audience to watch.
Gillies & Mackay
Gillies & Mackay make the best sheds in the world, and Managing Director Cara wanted her shed videos to be the best in the world too.
Hear from Cara on how I take her raw content and help make it achieve her vision.
Video Editing Services
Talking heads, screen recordings, in-person interviews or Skype calls – whatever format your content is in, I can help you polish it up, taking the technical heavy lifting out of the video creation process. All you need to do is send me your raw video files, and I take care of things like:
- Editing – clipping out those pesky pauses and making your message crystal clear
- Sound – eliminating background noise where possible and adjusting audio levels
- Graphics – branding, splash screens, popups (and other jazzy visuals)
And once that’s all taken care of, I can also upload your finished video with custom artwork to your chosen destination (YouTube, Vimeo etc.) – you just need to give me access first. Want to do this bit yourself? No problem.
How much does video editing cost?
Truth be told, there isn’t a simple answer for this as there are a bunch of factors to consider, as no two projects are exactly the same. For example, a 30-second promotional reel could take more time to edit than a 5-minute talking-head clip.
Some video editors charge a flat rate per hour, but it’s my belief that this doesn’t really help you work out how much you need to spend on outsourcing your video editing, especially when you’re planning on producing lots of content.
If you’re creating short explainer videos, interviews, reviews and Q&A videos as part of your content marketing strategy, I have a package that works for many content creators, and you can estimate the costs below.
Short Video Editing Packages
I wanted to create a package that is easy to understand and scale for content creators.
Some people have one or two videos needing edited, others need more long-term solutions. As with a lot of creative work, the more you produce, the quicker I can turn the jobs around.
This means that if you’re creating lots of content, you’ll pay less per edit than someone who only needs one or two videos edited.
What is considered a ‘short video’?
This may sound obvious, but to qualify for the short video pricing below, your content has to meet a few criteria:
The final edited length must be under six minutes.I did say short. Peter Jackson need not apply.
The content must be delivered in no more than three separate video files.
It may take 27 takes, but I only want three of them, max! Also, each video should be no more than 10 minutes in length.
That’s pretty much it, but I’ll be honest and say that if the edit is particularly complex the costs can go up a little. We can discuss your requirements in the beginning so you’ll know exactly what to expect once we kick off the project together. No nasty surprises for either of us!
Working on a longer video project?
The best thing to do is to book a call with me and we can chat about your requirements.
From there we can chat about what you want to achieve with your video content, and how I can help you turn your vision into a reality.
Next Step: Book a Call
Pick a time that is suitable for you to have a chat about your project. Once you’ve selected a slot, there are a few initial questions that will help me establish how best I can help you. The more information you can give me in advance, the better!
Not ready to book a call but have a question you’d like to ask me? Shoot me an email and I’ll respond as soon as I can.