7 steps to follow while creating an animated video

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23 Jan, 2020 06:42 PM

Creating a video that is animated and is edited to perfection is a hectic task. For the beginners who have just entered into this business or the people who want to level up their marketing techniques by self-sufficient ways, animated explainer video agency suggests a few simple steps to kick start the animation process right away! Here are the tips that will help you with your very first animation video:

  1. Gather the information about your topic or title
  2. Write down your script
  3. Form the structure with a clear beginning, middle and ending
  4. Create your storyboard
  5. Record the voice overs for your video
  6. Create the visual style for your video
  7. Create the background music, if you want to add nay!
  8. Merge your audio, background music and animation

These are the basic steps that every animator needs to follow. If you are a beginner, did you find it helpful?

  1. 1 Posted by foremom640 on 13 May, 2020 04:24 AM

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    That’s looking pretty easy. As I tried to make animated movies at my end many times but got failed. However, step by step information you have shared that actually brilliant. I would try hirewriters.com review now with the help of this information.

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