You’re the leader, the manager, the boss. Whatever you want to call it, the buck stops with you. The role of a video producer has evolved over the years, but the primary responsibilities remain the same. Walter walks you through time management, maintaining morale on set, the script, and conflict management.
- When it's time for the actual video production,…you're the leader, the manager, the boss.…Whatever you want to call it, the buck stops with you.…The role of a Video Producer has evolved over the years,…but the primary responsibilities remain the same.…During the production process, some of your…responsibilities will include managing…the people and the time.…You need to keep the project running on schedule…to ensure that you'll complete the filming on time…and within the budget.…
Now as things happen on the set,…it's up to you to make the decision to keep…the project moving forward.…Oftentimes, this involves making changes to the script,…the production schedule, and even personnel.…But the Video Producer is the one leading those decisions.…Time management includes breaks for the crew.…Beyond the standard meal breaks,…building in five- and 10-minute breaks…throughout the day is important to keep your crew fresh,…and ready to work.…
Maintaining morale on set.…I've found that a positive crew yields better results.…
Walter Biscardi takes you on set and shows you how production decisions unfold in real time, whether you're scripting, scheduling, directing crew members, or providing feedback to post. Follow along and explore the responsibilities of a producer in all stages, including pre-production (planning), production (running a set), and post-production (editing and delivery). By the end, you'll have a better understanding of skills and techniques it takes to run a smooth and successful video production.
- Scripting and storyboarding
- Running a set
- Paying your crew
- Working with post
- Providing constructive feedback