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You have a revolutionary platform that solves user problems. But, if they don't know how to use it properly, it's no good. This is something Plan Grid wanted to solve through an animated video.
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Animated employee training videos are essentially short videos that illustrate complex concepts to teach your staff in an engaging manner. We create these videos for brands to explain their message better to their employees.
Training videos can help employees learn new skills and knowledge more quickly and effectively than other training methods, such as traditional classroom-based training or written materials.
Training videos can also be used to refresh employees' memories on skills and procedures that they may have forgotten or become rusty on over time. And, because training videos can be accessed online at any time, employees can review them as often as needed to ensure that they are always up-to-date on the latest information.
Because employee training videos are so versatile, they can be a good approach for any brand. An employee training video is perfect to describe your company's message better to their employees
When it comes to employee training videos, there’s no one-size-fits-all. Many employee training video companies believe that the shorter the video is, the better it is for the brand. But, the truth is that the length of the video will vary based on what you are trying to communicate. That said, the first 5-6 seconds of the video is most crucial because that is what results in a higher engagement rate.
If you need to create a training video, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, decide what the purpose of the video is. Is it to train employees on a new process? To provide customer service training? Once you know the purpose, you can start planning out your content.
Next, choose the format of your video. Will it be a screencast, where you record your computer screen and narrate over it? Or will it be a talking head video, with someone on camera explaining the concepts? Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, so choose the one that best suits your needs.
Once you have the format and content planned out, it's time to start filming.
A training video should be engaging, informative, and easy to follow. It should capture the attention of the viewer and hold their interest throughout the duration of the video. The video should also be concise and to the point, without any unnecessary or superfluous information.
Broadcast2World charges an extremely competitive price to make videos. The prices start from $4,000 USD for 60 seconds of video time, for a whiteboard animation.
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