Gnu films offer a variety of options when it comes to video presentations for pitching. Our in-house animation team or experts at getting your point across in a creative and engaging way. Whether producing pitch material, training staff, or educating shareholders video presentations are a great way to get your point across in a simple way. We also produce shorter, cost-effective video presentations for promotional posts on social media such as LinkedIn and Facebook. Get in touch to find out more
Video presentation services are catering to more information-driven assets. They are a hybrid between animations and PowerPoint. They work really well on social media platforms such as LinkedIn and then client meetings. They make great sales tools the are impressive but also easily updated. They help you segway between conversation and facts, showing how invested you are in the project.
The keyword here is presentation, it’s a hybrid between an animation and a PowerPoint so its main focus is to communicate information whether that be statistics facts, or summaries. A corporate video has more of a narrative arc that’s designed to have emotional appeal rather than just a factual resource. A pitch video allows you to talk over the visuals without clicking and gives the added engagement of moving images. They can also be emailed to stand alone as a sales tool.
Pitch Videos should ideally be kept quite short – 60 seconds is a good amount of time, 90 seconds should be the maximum. The reason for this is retaining engagement. Attention spans get shorter with every year so be succinct and tell people what they want to know.
Graphically a pitch presenter video consists of icons and text and potentially some mixed media assets. This means that is often less expensive than traditional animation or a fully-fledged corporate film we produce video presentations from as little as £550 for 30 seconds.
The easiest way is the create your deck in PowerPoint and then send it to your production company. From there you can discuss if you wish to create new graphics or use existing ones.