Storyboard video to prepare your content
What elements should you integrate in the storyboard of your video?
You do not need drawing skills to make a great example of a simple storyboard. A storyboard frame is like a comic strip, and in all images, you can integrate:
background: the background is very important (avoid white walls or romms with no decoration),
name the colleagues that will be seen in your video, their job title,
all voice effects
visuals if necessary,
and all other narrative elements you think necessary.
Want to see a storyboard example to get some ideas for yours? To have an idea of what a storyboard frame should like like, download our ebook below "6 key stages of storyboard).
Why choose Pitchy?
Thanks to the Pitchy platform, we guide you a little, and you can bring your film production process in-house (context, subject, script, other notes, voiceover, characters, each scene). You’ll have the creative freedom you wouldn’t otherwise enjoy if you outsourced this process to another firm. With Pitchy, writers like you will be able to do a lot of things:
- You’ll save lots of time: production of your videos will be as much as 50 times faster
- You’ll have the freedom to make creative choices independently for your first storyboard
- It’ll be easy to learn: you won’t need any special skills or experience, and the results will be similar to what a professional creator would produce
- You’ll get ongoing support from one of our dedicated video experts
Pitchy offers a vast range of benefits and a number of large companies have already chosen to partner with us. For example, the platform offers a variety of handy tools, from online video storyboard examples to video annotation tools. Everything is there and ready to use for your marketing video, hr video, social networks video, etc. Either your goal is to introduce new colleagues or get more leads, Pitchy helps you to easily shoot and create a video with better effects and impact.
of B2B marketers say they measure a positive impact of video on their ROI.
More details about our video storyboard creation software
The backbone of every video is its good storyboard. It helps you prepare all the shots that will be used in your project, on both the artistic and technical levels, so that you’re able to pull together a consistent overall vision.
Making your own storyboard can be a daunting task, especially for those with little or no video creation experience. Normally you need to have design skills or work with industry professionals. However, with Pitchy’s user-friendly platform, you can customise your entire video storyboard template without spending lots of time and energy on it.
In the storyboard, it’s up to you to create your frame/details/voiceover/captcha/sketches, your text along with the keywords you want to incorporate into your video for the viewer. You can also choose to include any subtitles. Next, you’ll add in all the visual elements, such as your logos or icons. Pitchy, your online storyboard solution, will then help you put everything in order.
If you get stuck at any step in the production process, you can contact your dedicated expert, who will be happy to offer you advice and guidance without imposing an outside viewpoint on your project.
With Pitchy, creating an online storyboard for your corporate videos has never been so easy!
What are the concrete advantages of storyboarding before video creation?
Clarity: as we said above, making a storyboard means putting your vision into narrative methods and images, making it visual, moving from theory to practice. It is often difficult to get your ideas across simply by gestures and words: with a support and images presented in the form of a table, you can visualise things, see what they will look like on video.
A vision, a course on a single document. Once this storyboard has been assimilated by your teams, no one will get lost: from now on, everyone knows that there is only one step to follow, one narration.
Cut the video into several scenes: this step will allow you to see if the cut is coherent, if the sequence of scenes or interventions is not likely to cause problems (comprehension problems, shooting problems, audio, voice and recordings issues, certain scenes may require additional resources, etc.). Your storyboard should help you during the shooting: it will be your “instructions”, your roadmap.
What is certain is that the storyboard is a real time-saver for everyone, to take into account the constraints of production and budget.
On which media should a storyboard be produced?
There are two schools of thought, two techniques for success for your video clips: paper or digital media. For the latter, there are software programs, the best known of which is Canva, which allows you to create pre-formatted storyboards on the platform. You can then do all the design online, and modify it if necessary, because the storyboard is a draft: you must then make a final version and not deviate from it, at the risk of confusing internal communication on the project.
- Set the objectives
- Think about your messages
- Know your audience
- Anticipate the distribution
- Set a duration
- Speaking to the camera or voice-over
- Complete demo
- Examples of customer video creations
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