Special requirements can have a minor to major impact on your budget. In this video, Walter looks at the importance of understanding any special requirements that could be required based on your working concept. Sometimes those requirements come directly from the client. Including known special requirements is a must for any budget.
- Special requirement can have a minor…to major impact on your budget.…It's best to understand if there are any specific needs…for your project before you present your budget.…Both your working content and client specific requirements…need to be considered.…Here's a few examples to get you thinking about this.…Specific talent.…Does the client have a specific on-camera…or voiceover talent that's required for the project.…If so, you need to know their rates and availability…to budget accordingly.…
Locations.…Are there specific locations…that must be shown or filmed at.…If you're filming at that location, do you require a permit.…If you simply need to show the location,…how much do you need to show?…Are there specific areas of that location you need to show?…And is this something you need to go and shoot,…or can you find and be a stock footage.…Now, if it's going to be stock footage,…research and budget accordingly for the footage…and the necessary rights clearance.…
For instance, needing to show generic b-roll of an area…
- Completing a client assessment
- Discerning between client needs versus wants
- Developing a working concept
- Creating time and crew assessments
- Coming up with the budget
- Presenting the proposal
- Revising the budget
- Knowing when to walk away
Skill Level Intermediate
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Intermediate
Script Writing for Nonfiction Videowith Amy DeLouise1h 46m Intermediate
1. Client Assessment
Client need vs. want1m 55s
2. Concept Development
3. Prebudget Production Planning
4. Putting the Budget Together
5. Presenting Your Budget and Proposal
6. Revising the Budget
Next steps1m 7s
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