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Video Production



Videos tell a visual story that remains in the minds of viewers. They allow you to share the story of who you are and what you do, building relationships with your clients and your employees. For corporate video production, in New York and nationally, we can work with you in our production studio to make these experiences happen.

Building a rapport with those you do business with as well as those who work for you is important. One way to set a precedent while communicating your company’s messages is through corporate video production. New York is a hotspot for video production, but we believe our company stands out from the rest. The honest relationships we establish with our clients, as well as the top quality work we deliver, are just a few ways we stand out in the hustle and bustle of the city. If you need help communicating your messages effectively, contact us.



Helping you tell your story is something we look forward to doing every day. We want you to have access to some of the most creative minds and the highest quality work in the industry. Contact us directly or conveniently request a call back by completing the form on our website. One of our video consultants will get back to you to discuss your project. Contact us, and we’ll get you started.



Dvideo delivers the highest quality video at the most affordable prices. The cost of a video can vary significantly, depending on some factors. However, we have attempted to provide a basic guideline for determining how much you should budget.



The world of video production can be confusing and frustrating as you try to compare one provider’s price to the next. There are, unfortunately, few pricing standards in video production and rapidly changing technology only exacerbates the issue. Remember that you are the client and deserve a clear, detailed description of what is being provided by your video partner. Don’t be afraid to ask questions … a lot of them!

Our goal is to engage, inform and inspire the audience by delivering your video message clearly and effectively

Cost Drivers

With the amazing growth of YouTube and other video-sharing sites, video has become widely accepted as a growing and viable way to market your small business effectively. But most small business owners who are getting ready to create their video don’t know the various budget line items and tasks involved in producing their video.


The following summary should give you a general idea of what to include in your budget for your video. Whether the video is a one-man production or a large-scale Hollywood-style production, the video’s production tasks and budget can usually be divided into these three areas. Having answers regarding your needs in each of these areas will allow for a more accurate quote. If you aren’t sure what you require, feel free to contact our video consultants to help you determine the best solution for your video needs.


The Three Areas of a Video Production Budget


1) Pre-production – Pre-production basically covers all the expenses up to the first day of shooting. These tasks usually cover the pre-planning Stage.

  • Audience – Is your video aimed at customers or is it for internal use? Generally, sales/marketing videos require higher production values than internal communications and training videos.

  • Length – Obviously, the longer the video, the more it costs. Most companies overestimate the amount of time needed to communicate their message. Even the most complex business can be summarized in two to three minutes. Any longer and you will likely lose your audience.

  • Voice-over – A professional narrator can enhance the quality of your video significantly by conveying your message in the style you require.

  • Script development for your proposed video – As a general rule, the most expensive item in this area is the script. The script includes the words you will hear and the images you will see in your video. You can often save money by writing your own script, although not all production companies allow you to do so. Dvideo does! However, it is important to understand that writing a quality script requires a significant amount of time, along with strong marketing and creative skills. We provide script writing tools, guides, and examples to help you with this critical video production step.

Other item costs may include location scouting and casting but this only applies if specific locations are needed and actors will be used. Your video may call for an on-camera host or professional actors in dramatizations. However, to save costs, many non-speaking, on-camera roles can be filled by employees or others.


2) Production – This phase includes all the expenses that will be incurred for the actual shooting of your video. By reviewing your script, we can give you a good estimate of how many hours or days will be needed to shoot the film. Keep in mind any added costs required for outdoor locations that may be dependent on specific weather conditions. Many small-scale videos are usually shot at a company location. As a general rule, each three to five minutes of video requires a full day of field production, depending on the type of video. Professional production companies assume at least two-person crews and may require additional staff and equipment based on the requirements of the shoot. Some shoots require a second or third camera, especially ones capturing a live event. Videos requiring more than one location will require additional days of field production.


3) Post-Production – This phase consists of taking the raw footage of your video and editing it into the final product. Reviewing video for errors, best shots, and more to match up to your intended script. The video editing process also includes adding titles, graphics, transitions, music, and any narration you may want to add and edited into your video.

Videos play a vital role in a business in the form of marketing, advertisement campaigning, product branding, tutorials, and training, casting the news about new product and business launches, business formation, and providing other pieces of information.

Popular Options

Here’s a summary of our most popular video production solutions. While our clients’ video needs vary, the videos below are most frequently requested. Please contact one of our video consultants for a free evaluation of your video needs.


The majority of our clients choose this solution to meet their video needs. It delivers high production values at extremely affordable rates and includes script development by our award-winning creative team, professional voice-over, and a full day of on-location field production. Video content usually includes corporate overviews and product advertisements/promotions.



Ideal for budget-conscious companies or companies with basic video needs who still want a high-quality, professionally-produced video. You write your own script using our script tools, guides, and examples, and our creative team provides reviews to ensure it meets our high standards. Professional voice-over and a half-day of on-location field production are also included. Typical video content includes product demonstrations and corporate communications.


This style includes higher production values than a typical internal training video. You write your own script using our script tools, guides, and examples, and our creative team provides reviews to ensure it meets our high standards. Professional voice-over and a day of on-location field production are also included.



A solution designed to meet the demanding requirements of broadcast television, but at a fraction of the cost of a typical commercial. Ideal for clients with a significant investment in trade shows, wanting to display their video on state-of-the-art monitors. Typical content includes product advertisements/promotions and corporate overviews.


For a free video consultation, please contact one of our video consultants.

Our Process

Dvideo follows a standardized video production process to ensure the timely, on-budget delivery of high-quality solutions that meet our clients’ needs.

  • Step 1:  Brainstorming  –  A conference call is held between the client and the Dvideo team to discuss video concepts, script ideas, visuals, design elements and scope of the project.

  • Step 2:  Script Development  –  Dvideo will either create the script or will review a client-produced script. Each draft of the script is sent by email for review and feedback.

  • Step 3:  Script Approval  –  After the agreed number of revisions, the client approves the final script.

  • Step 4: Field Production  –  Field production is scheduled at the client’s office or other pre-determined location. All images are shot according to the pre-approved script.

  • Step 5:  Post Production  –  Video is edited according to the pre-approved script. Pre-approved graphics, music, and narration are added. The client reviews rough cut and additional cuts as applicable before the video is complete.

  • Step 6:  Media Delivery  –  Dvideo has developed a full suite of innovative video delivery solutions. Our team is dedicated to creating video delivery tools that maximize reach and effectiveness while providing our clients with the ability to measure the positive impact of their video investment.​


Before we start, we need to have clear goals and a purpose for the production. It will be necessary to evaluate success. From concept to completion, full range of video solutions for your communication needs on time and on budget.


Pre-production and Creative Services:

  • Storyboarding

  • Script Writing

  • Casting

  • Location Scouting

  • Creative Direction

  • Strategic Planning


Video production:

  • Studio and Soundstage

  • Live Streaming

  • Production Crew

  • Live action / streaming

  • Drone services

  • Tv / Web commercials / Infomercial

  • Corporate Events 

  • Seminars / Trade Shows / Conferences

  • Sizzle reels

  • Educational videos

  • Training videos

  • Sales Videos

  • Video testimonials

  • Corporate videos

  • Promotional videos

  • Product Branding & Features Videos

  • Medical videos

  • Corporate video announcements

  • Social Media Videos

  • Explainer Videos

  • Crowdfunding Videos

  • Social Media Videos

  • Website Videos / Blog video

  • Concerts / Live Shows

  • Company Profiles

  • Outdoors

  • Motion Graphics

  • Team Sports Portfolio and Scouting Videos

  • Legal Videos

  • Independent Films

  • Press Event, Speech, Interviews

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