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Client Need

An emerging tertiary educational Institute approached G2C Learning with an urgent request to create two videos required for regulatory purposes. The goal was to create two walkthrough videos. The first focusing on a campus showcase to students, whilst the second focused on presenting the various digital learning opportunities students would have access to. However,
since these videos were required for regulatory purposes, it was of the utmost importance that the videos were produced at the highest possible quality.

Solution

Understanding the importance of these videos and having to work with a tight deadline, the G2C team decided to divide the work. One group focused on the video showcasing the campus, whilst the other group focused on the video presenting the institute’s digital learning opportunities. The campus video required G2C Learning to create a script and shot list to ensure the effective use of time whilst on campus. The digital learning opportunities video was created using screen capture footage and professionally edited together with a voice-over.

Result

The decision to divide the work resulted in a quick development turnaround time for both videos. With the client having provided a preliminary script, only a small number of changes were made to both videos. This allowed the G2C team to focus their time on delivering high-quality videos that would suit the regulator’s needs. The team’s effective time management ensured the videos were delivered well before the deadline which allowed the client time to request any further changes that were required.

“Just wanted to say a huge thank you to you and your team for getting our video’s over the line. Your team has been excellent and we’re super happy with the final results.”

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