red90 ltd was formed in 2003 however Stuart & Martin have been working together in the industry for well over 10 years.
red90’s edit suite can produce DVD, CD-ROM or internet based video in any format. We can also supply files for i-pod, PSP & mobile phone playback.
We pride ourselves in being specialists in the corporate video market. Our facilities are tailored to providing our clients the best possible product at the best possible price. We produce anything from training films for local authorities to promotional films for large multi-national companies.
We pride ourselves in being specialists in the corporate video market.
Our facilities are tailored to providing our clients the best possible product at the best possible price.
We produce anything from training films for local authorities to promotional films for large multi-national companies.
The first stage is called 'pre-production'. This is basically all the meetings and phone conversations that we will have with you before we start filming. By the end of pre-production, we will know what you want filmed, when we are filming it & the intended use of the finished product.
is the next stage, when the crew will come & film all the agreed aspects of your video.
is the final & most time consuming aspect of the process. This is when all the footage is edited together & all the effects, titles & music are added. It is also where we can convert the programme into DVD, CD or video for the internet depending on your brief.
It is better to allow much more time than you think when commissioning a production, but we are used to hitting deadlines.
From initial idea to delivery usually takes up to a couple of months, but we have been known to turn a video around in less than a week should the need arise.
We require 25% of our fee at pre-production this covers our up-front costs. The remaining balance is due on delivery of the product.
It totally depends on the type of production you require.
Obviously if specialist services, such as aerial shots or 3D animation are required, then it will be more costly than a 'standard' video.