by Gabe Gerzon on December 4, 2015
Often after shoots, we’ll get asked about the delivery of raw footage. We know there are plenty of reasons that make raw footage seem like a good idea–perhaps you weren’t present at the shoot…watching the raw footage would be a great way to make sure we don’t miss any key messaging points, right? You may even already have someone in house that can handle editing the video, so you just prefer we hand over the hard drive after the shoot.
In either case, when you go with the Skyscope team to produce your next testimonial or creative video, we’re confident that asking for the raw footage isn’t always the best idea, and trusting us with the edit is.
So, unless you’re an experienced colorist and sound mixing enthusiast, the barrier to entry here can be significant.
All this said, if you have a compelling reason to review all the raw footage yourself, we’re all ears. After all, our goal is to help you out. We hope this shed a little bit of light on the often confusing topic of raw footage. Thanks, and be sure to follow our blog for more helpful videos.