Our team has been producing live and animated video for businesses over the past ten years. We provide all services including animation, filming, editing, translation, voiceover, music, eLearning, and project management. We can produce video for any purpose including marketing, recruitment, training and development, and corporate event. Just take a look at our services page for a lot more information
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
TOP 10 MOST POPULAR QUESTIONS
How much do your videos cost?
We produce a massive variety of videos for companies of all sizes, so this answer depends on factors like video style, volume of videos, length of video, and the production method.
Our pricing has a lot more detail, and nothing beats a Blueprint for evaluation purposes, but if you look at averages for one minute animated videos from Levitate, many are in the $4,000 to $8,000 range as standalone productions.
Where are you located?
We have a network of regional offices around the US along with remote team members on the Sales and Production teams. Our finance office is in Boca Raton, FL along with offices in: San Francisco, CA, Atlanta, GA, Portland, OR, Washington, DC, and Seattle, WA. For clients looking for a local vendor, our extensive office network allows us to accommodate local service request over nearly all of the US and many international locations.
I have an in-house team. How can you work with them?
Absolutely and this is a very common thing for us to do with our enterprise clients. We work direct with, and support, in-house video by offsetting creative, capture, and editing work. We are especially helpful with being able to leverage our nationwide network for live video shoots that may be expensive or demanding on busy in-house team members. Our Enterprise Video Support page is a good place to research when trying to determine how we can work together.
How long should a video take to complete?
This depends a lot on the type of video, the complexity, the length, and the speed of client feedback. If you took the average of the 7,500+ videos we’ve completed so far, the amount of time between kick-off and completions is probably close to 30 days. We do love quick turn-around requests here at Levitate and use our platforms and processes to tackle very urgent requirements when they come up.
Which services do you offer?
How can video help my company?
Levitate has successfully produced video for thousands of clients over the past 10+ years and many of them hadn’t used video prior to those first engagements with us. Market demand for video has continued to increase for online marketing, recruitment, or educational purposes. We believe that video is the best way to quickly distill complex ideas for an unfamiliar viewer which can be very valuable.
One way to get a custom evaluation around how a video may work for your company is to do a FREE Blueprint with us.
Are we too big (or small) for your company?
We have solutions for companies of all sizes. In fact, check out a partial list of our clients here. You’ll see that we work with small start-ups all the way up to some of the most recognizable companies in the world.
Are you hiring?
Do you have a partner program?
We do! We’ve developed many successful partnerships and alliances over the past 10 years. These are usually referral-based for a percentage of the revenue or are value-add relationships where our services are integrated into those of our partners. We’re excited to chat any time about opportunities to partner so please call us at (800) 820-6962 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll connect you with the right team member.
What type of video styles to you specialize in?
We really don’t specialize in specific styles here at Levitate. That has a lot to do with the massive variety of clients we work with. Everyone has different tastes and objectives for their videos, so we learned early on to offer our guidance and expertise throughout a project, but ultimately produce any style our clients require for their brand. If you look at our portfolio, you’ll see what we mean.
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