The video production in-depth analysis.

A multimedia story is some combination of video, text, still photos, audio, graphics and interactivity presented in a nonlinear format in which the information in each medium is complementary, not redundant. So your storyboard should be put together with all those elements in mind. The first thing to tackle is the part about the story being nonlinear. One should divide the story into its logical, nonlinear parts. Inside of emphasizing the beginning or last or middle part one should put attention on the each and every part. It helps to erase any small point or avoid linear thinking.  An establishing visual and links to the other parts, which are usually subtopics of the overall story. Next, divide the contents of the story among the media — video, still photos, audio, graphics and text.  Video is the best medium to depict action, to take a reader to a place central to the story, or to hear and see a person central to the story. Decide what pieces of the story work best in video. Does the audio work best with video, or will it be combined with still photos. What part of the story works best in graphics. Does the story need a map. Is the map a location map, or layered with other information. What part of the story belongs in text. Make sure the information in each medium is complementary, not redundant. A little overlap among the different media is okay. It’s also useful to have some overlap among the story’s nonlinear parts, as a way to invite readers to explore the other parts of the story. But try to match up each element of a story with the medium that best conveys it.

So these are some very important points which can be watched for while production of video and animation companies solutions like storyboards are very much helpful in making in depth some great videos which are effective and much successful at overall performance.