In many cases we are asked to make a budget projection before there is a script, or a script outline. In those instances it is important to remember that an estimate of that kind is only a "ball park" estimate. Please keep in mind that video production is very much like building a house. Before an accurate cost can be calculated there must be a set of blueprints indicating actual parameters for construction. In our work the script is the blue print. Some of the basic considerations are:

1. How many days of shooting will be required.

2. How many hours of editing will the project involve

3. Will it require computer generated animation or graphics?

4. Will the production require paid actors?

5. Will travel arraignments have to be made?

Each of these is broken down into sub-categories which we can better calculate once we have an idea of what your customized project will require.