What you need to Be Aware of?
Are you a business owner, nonprofit, writer, or artist wondering how do I create a whiteboard video from my business to share my message with the world? Well, whiteboard animation videos are the best way and are created in two separate ways.
Traditionally with a video camera and whiteboard and more commonly with a program such as sparkle videoscribe. Additionally, both require a computer and mic.
What is Your Story?
Start by asking yourself what you’re trying to accomplish. Are you trying to tell a story, a complicated vision, or just entertain? Define the purpose and message of your video then consider your audience and what you absolutely need in your video such as a logo stringer. Then start by creating a storyboard and script your voice over with a sketch of what your visuals will probably feel like. Next, edit and revise to get to exactly what you want.
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Make it POP!
Try to be exciting and entertaining to keep your viewers attention. Your message must be clear and to the point. Then record your voice over and expect to take several recordings to get it just right. Or you can hire one of many voiceovers talents locally or online. Don’t forget to smile to avoid sounding dull and monotone. The better your mic and surroundings the clearer the sound. Then add images to your storyboard to tell your story and enhance your voice over.
And lastly, don’t forget to sound. Details like music and sound effects go a long way.
Consider optimizing for Youtube, Vimeo, and the internet and then share it with the world on your website or using Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or all the other social media platforms.
I hope this helps and good luck with creating your whiteboard video for your business, nonprofit, or brand.
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