Video Story Types
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Gain support for an initiative
Establish support and advocacy for your product or initiative by highlighting corporate issues, demonstrating impact and importance of an initiative and mapping out community profiles
Educate an audience
Deliver informative content that enhances your audience’s knowledge of a particular topic through expert tutorials or easy to follow step-by-step guides
Document a protocol or event
Create lasting video documentation of new protocols across your organization or highlights of key achievements from company initiatives
Showcase benefits of my brand
Highlight the features of your products and services that provide true value to your customers in a quick and snappy production, or a more in depth look into a detailed offering
Build credibility and authority
Utilize professional opinions and expert advice to bolster credibility and establish authority in the field your organization occupies
Evaluate a product or service
Provide objective critiques of various products and services. Especially useful for emerging technologies, products with many comparables, and services with different tiers of quality
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a “Video Story”?
A Video Story is a sequence of video clips put together, coupled with other creative elements like audio and titles. Together, these video clips have a narrative that communicates your message.
What is a “StoryBuilder”?
StoryBuilder is our web-based platform that allows users to plan out a video story in a structured manner. Using guiding questions for directing the video clips you want contributors to capture, clips can then be reviewed and downloaded for use in post-production.
What is a “Video Clip”?
Video Clips are the short, individual videos gathered for a project. Instead of using a camera crew to capture video, contributors will capture footage themselves or with a partner using the GroupStar app on their smartphones. These responses will be pushed to the online platform for future review and approval.
What does “Assembling Outputs” mean?
Assembling Outputs is the process of reviewing, approving or rejecting clips, and downloading them for use in post-production. At this point clips can be trimmed and stitched together to create a final cut of a project.
Who are “Contributors”?
Contributors the people invited to a GroupStar project who capture footage to add to the project. They are supplied with questions and requests for what clips to film from the director of the Story Builder.