MING Labs

Global User Experience

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MING Labs is a user experience design and application development company with offices in Berlin, Munich, Shanghai, and Singapore. We believe in the symbiotic relationship between design, development and deep industry insight. Genius design, a rigorous development process...
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$25 - $49/hr
50 - 249
2011
Germany, China
MING Labs
Global User Experience
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UI/UX Design, Mobile App Development, Web Development, Ecommerce Development, Digital Marketing, Custom Software Development

 

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Video has gained a lot of attention in the marketing world. 65% of executives have visited a vendor's website after watching a video. But there are lots of components that go into a film to make it worth watching.  There are no fixed global rates for the 2 minutes videos, and the cost differs based on the geographical location and local rates.  However, the standard cost for a 2 minutes video in the industry is estimated around $1000- 3000. It is advisable to extend budget somewhere around $1000-5000 for a regular 2 minutes video.  This price may vary considering the quality, level, and type of video (2D/3D animation, motion graphics, corporate promotional videos, explainer videos, movie trailer, etc.)      There are even video production companies that charge $700 for a 60 second explainer video, whilst others can charge as much as $72,000. Again, the variation in the price depends on how much time, talent, and tools are invested.  Video Creating professionals usually take the following approach to produce a video.   Pre-production: It involves a round of research, emails, meetings, concept development, calls, scheduling, story-boarding, and some script writing  Production: During the production, all necessary types of equipment are supplied and a trained production staff to guide the client through the creation of the video  Post-production: In this part, mainly 3 things are done editing, transcription and script writing. Additional cost involves purchasing royalty-free music, any stock footage or images, voiceovers, graphics or animation and increasingly – translation services.   In case, your work demands to create videos frequently with a stringent budget; then third party platform is a good alternative. You can create videos by your own using these platforms.  The best way to pick a platform is by comparing their features and packages.  Check the example below, where two of the top animation studios and companies are compared. It will give you a fair idea of what price packages they offer and what suits your need.      In general, your cost for video largely depends on the following questions   What type of video do you need— live motion, 2D, or 3D animation?  How long your video is 1min, 2min, 3 min?  Do you need script work done from the vendor?  How many actors are needed for the shoot or you going to host by yourself?  Do you have a location to shoot or need to hire one?  Does your video require a voice over, music and special effects?  
Video has gained a lot of attention in the marketing world. 65% of executives have visited a vendor's website after watching a video. But there are lots of components that go into a film to make it worth watching.  There are no fixed global rates for the 2 minutes videos, and the cost differs based on the geographical location and local rates.  However, the standard cost for a 2 minutes video in the industry is estimated around $1000- 3000. It is advisable to extend budget somewhere around $1000-5000 for a regular 2 minutes video.  This price may vary considering the quality, level, and type of video (2D/3D animation, motion graphics, corporate promotional videos, explainer videos, movie trailer, etc.)      There are even video production companies that charge $700 for a 60 second explainer video, whilst others can charge as much as $72,000. Again, the variation in the price depends on how much time, talent, and tools are invested.  Video Creating professionals usually take the following approach to produce a video.   Pre-production: It involves a round of research, emails, meetings, concept development, calls, scheduling, story-boarding, and some script writing  Production: During the production, all necessary types of equipment are supplied and a trained production staff to guide the client through the creation of the video  Post-production: In this part, mainly 3 things are done editing, transcription and script writing. Additional cost involves purchasing royalty-free music, any stock footage or images, voiceovers, graphics or animation and increasingly – translation services.   In case, your work demands to create videos frequently with a stringent budget; then third party platform is a good alternative. You can create videos by your own using these platforms.  The best way to pick a platform is by comparing their features and packages.  Check the example below, where two of the top animation studios and companies are compared. It will give you a fair idea of what price packages they offer and what suits your need.      In general, your cost for video largely depends on the following questions   What type of video do you need— live motion, 2D, or 3D animation?  How long your video is 1min, 2min, 3 min?  Do you need script work done from the vendor?  How many actors are needed for the shoot or you going to host by yourself?  Do you have a location to shoot or need to hire one?  Does your video require a voice over, music and special effects?  

Video has gained a lot of attention in the marketing world. 65% of executives have visited a vendor's website after watching a video. But there are lots of components that go into a film to make it worth watching. 

There are no fixed global rates for the 2 minutes videos, and the cost differs based on the geographical location and local rates. 

However, the standard cost for a 2 minutes video in the industry is estimated around $1000- 3000. It is advisable to extend budget somewhere around $1000-5000 for a regular 2 minutes video. 

This price may vary considering the quality, level, and type of video (2D/3D animation, motion graphics, corporate promotional videos, explainer videos, movie trailer, etc.) 

 

 

There are even video production companies that charge $700 for a 60 second explainer video, whilst others can charge as much as $72,000. Again, the variation in the price depends on how much time, talent, and tools are invested. 

Video Creating professionals usually take the following approach to produce a video.  

  • Pre-production: It involves a round of research, emails, meetings, concept development, calls, scheduling, story-boarding, and some script writing 
  • Production: During the production, all necessary types of equipment are supplied and a trained production staff to guide the client through the creation of the video 
  • Post-production: In this part, mainly 3 things are done editing, transcription and script writing. Additional cost involves purchasing royalty-free music, any stock footage or images, voiceovers, graphics or animation and increasingly – translation services.  

In case, your work demands to create videos frequently with a stringent budget; then third party platform is a good alternative. You can create videos by your own using these platforms. 

The best way to pick a platform is by comparing their features and packages. 

Check the example below, where two of the top animation studios and companies are compared. It will give you a fair idea of what price packages they offer and what suits your need. 

 

 

In general, your cost for video largely depends on the following questions  

  • What type of video do you need— live motion, 2D, or 3D animation? 
  • How long your video is 1min, 2min, 3 min? 
  • Do you need script work done from the vendor? 
  • How many actors are needed for the shoot or you going to host by yourself? 
  • Do you have a location to shoot or need to hire one? 
  • Does your video require a voice over, music and special effects?  

Contact information
de
MING Labs
Brunnenstr. 10,, Berlin, Berlin 10119
Germany
493068914711
cn
MING Labs
1003 Wuding Road, Office 301 & 302,, Shanghai, Shanghai 200041
China
862162718768
de
MING Labs
Hotterstr. 3, Munich, Munich, Bavaria 80331
Germany
498921268593
sg
MING Labs
67A Kim Yam Road #03-01,, Singapore, Singapore 239368
Singapore
6582286816
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