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Phone: 111-111-6291

Fax: 111-111-5841

Email: [email protected]

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The following steps clarify how the client is involved in the process, along with the order in which the process transpires.

  • Identify the project’s purpose and key audience(s).
  • Determine the main message or theme of video.
  • Determine where, how and by whom the video will be promoted and distributed.
  • Identify the primary stakeholder.
  • Clarify who is developing the script.
  • Identify who will contact and prep those featured in the video.
  • Determine how long the video will be.
  • Designate who will see the proof at the first, second and final stages.
  • Attend project meeting.
  • Allow time for video production team to draft a script and complete a shot list.
  • Allow time for video production team to complete shooting.
  • Identify if any outside footage or assets are needed.
    • After effects graphics
    • Still photos
    • Music
    • Voice overs
  • Approve first draft.
  • Allow time for editing.
  • Approve second draft.
  • Allow time for editing.
  • Approve final proof. 

It depends on the project and the assets needed for the project. Some videos can be completed in a few days, while others may require planning and asset gathering throughout the year before editing begins. It's best to contact the Video Production Center to determine a more accurate timeline based on your needs.

Yes. To determine how our archive can serve you, contact the video production team (by phone at 111-111-0569 or email at ([email protected]) and arrange to speak with a member of our Video Production team.

We will search our archives and select clips for your project (research fee $70 per hr), which can be window-dubbed to DVD or VHS tape and sent directly to you for review ($24 per window dub tape or disc). You can then choose the shots you want and send us a log list specifying reel numbers and time code ins and outs. You will also need to complete an and send it to us with payment and a shot list before we proceed.

Then we dub your selections to new tape stock (BetaSp, DVCam, or digital video clip on DVD-ROM) and ship it directly to you. Each shot typically has a 2-second pre-roll and post-roll for easy editing.

Payment can be made by budget number, check or money order, made payable to U of I Video Production Center.

The following fees apply:

  • Usage rates: $10 per sec, with a 10-second minimum
  • Any footage purchased beyond 60 seconds: $7.50 per second
  • Research fee: $70 per hr
  • Window dub charge: $40 per one-hour tape or DVD
  • Final dub charge: $40 per tape
  • Shipping charges

Contact

University Communications and Marketing

Phone: 111-111-6291

Fax: 111-111-5841

Email: [email protected]

Web: Communications and Marketing

UI Media Contacts