Because personalized movies are created from the ground up, it normally takes 5 to 8 weeks to produce. That's longer than most videos, but it ensures that the movie will be perfect for your audience.
The more custom features you add to your video, the longer it will take to create. For example, if you want your video to play in time, you'll need to set a start and end time. This requires more work on your part, as well as the YouTube editor, who won't be able to include your video in their projects until you authorize them to do so.
Video length is also affected by the quality of your camera equipment and editing software. The better your equipment, the higher quality video you can shoot per minute. Modern video editing programs such as Final Cut Pro allow you to adjust the speed at which your video plays back. Longer videos use this feature to ensure that you don't skip any parts of the story.
In conclusion, creating a personalized video means spending more time polishing and promoting your content, not less. However, you will have a unique film that is specifically tailored to reach and appeal to your viewers.
Most 2-3 minute videos are completed in a matter of days to a year. However, let us try to break this down: On a limited budget, create a three-minute business video. Three days of preparation, one day of shooting, and one day of editing In one week, it was approved and released on the web/YouTube. It received over 100 views within its first 24 hours online.
So, with some time and a little luck, you could make a video like this one in under a month.
However, filming and editing a full length feature film? That's another story. The average cost of making a feature film is $150,000 to $500,000. And you need lots of time and resources to produce a high-quality finished product. Feature films usually take several months to complete, but sometimes they take years!
The good news is that not every movie has to be a feature film. You can also make low-budget movies using free or cheap tools such as YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. With today's technology, anyone can shoot a video and post it on the internet for free or cheap. But creating a great video that will get attention from potential customers can still be difficult. That's why it's important to know your target audience and what they want to see before you start shooting.
It all comes down to these variables. Although a conventional 5-minute 2D animation film might take 2–5 months to create, a 60-90 second explainer video takes on average 6 weeks to create. It also depends on the complexity of the film and your skill set. A simple film will likely take less time.
A 5-minute animation film requires at least one drawing per minute in addition to any special effects or props that are included. If you're doing everything by hand, this means about 16 drawings per hour. If you use a graphics tablet, this increases to 25 drawings per hour. It's not unusual for a professional animator to do 100 drawings per day. This is why it can take so long to make them!
An explainer video uses motion graphics and/or animated characters to tell its story. These videos often require more than one person because there are usually more than one voice actor involved. With multiple voices, it takes more time to record each line of dialogue because you need several different versions of the video to fit different words and expressions.
In terms of length, an average 5-minute video can be made in under 10 hours. It's difficult to estimate how long it will take you since each project is different but we can give you an idea of what to expect.
According to Google, the following is said regarding YouTube video processing: Processing time varies substantially based on the original video format, file size, and upload traffic. This might take anything from a few minutes and several hours. Higher resolution formats should likewise be expected to render more slowly. Original videos over 10 MB in size will also delay the approval process.
Google has not offered any details about how much processing time individual edits will receive or what kind of scale they are working at. However, it's safe to assume that high-quality remixes with many special effects would take longer than simple redos of an already popular video.
It's also important to note that while Google says that it takes up to 24 hours to review your video application, there is no guarantee that it will do so. Sometimes videos are rejected for reasons unrelated to content copyright issues, for example if they contain adult content or violent images. In such cases they will not be notified by email.
Finally, some videos may be approved immediately after submission. But again, this is not guaranteed. There is no way to find out whether your video was approved until it appears on YouTube.