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    Vidimi is een bedrijf gespecialiseerd in het ontwikkelen van audiovisuele bedrijfs oplossingen op maat.
    Mogelijkheden zijn van korte promotie films tot uitgebreide producties.

    In samenwerking met u ontwikkeld Vidimi een bedrijfs film om uw boodschap op een geschikte wijze aan uw doelgroep over te brengen.
    Presenteer uw product met behulp van een unieke film productie.

    Geef een kijk binnen uw bedrijf doormiddel van een 360 graden shot, personeels interview, timelapse, product ontwikkeling, etcetera.
    Wij verzorgen uw complete film productie in ‘High Definition’ voor tv, internet en lokaal.

    Het Idee..
    Uw product of bedrijfs film begint met een introductie gesprek. Waarbij uitgebreid uw wensen en de mogelijkheden worden besproken.
    Wij dragen zorg voor alle voorbereiding.

    De uitvoering..
    Geluid.. Camera.. Aktie!
    Door know-how en ervaring in de film branche staan wij garant voor een professioneel en efficient productie proces.

    Het Doel..
    De werking van uw film zorgt voor een unieke kijk op uw bedrijf of product. Vidimi levert uw film in het gewenste medium.

     
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    • pre-productie

      Uw product of bedrijfs film begint met een introductie gesprek. Waarbij uitgebreid uw wensen en de mogelijkheden worden besproken. Wij dragen zorg voor alle voorbereiding zoals; script, casting, shotlist.

    • productie

      Geluid.. Camera.. Aktie!
      Door know-how en ervaring in de film branche staan wij garant voor een professioneel en efficient productie proces.

    • post-productie

      De werking van uw film zorgt voor een unieke kijk op uw bedrijf of product. Vidimi levert uw film in het gewenste medium.

    • 360-special

      Wij produceren 360 graden beelden van uw object.
      Presenteer uw ruimte of product met behulp van een 360 graden roterend beeld. Het is zelfs mogelijk om een virtuele tour door uw ruimte te houden.

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    vidimi

    Bonairestraat 6 III,
    1058XH, Amsterdam.

    Rabobank: 143838156
    IBAN: NL43RABO0143838156
    BIC: RABONL2U
    BTW: 34311338

    Telephone: +31 (0)6 51548801
    E-mail: mail@vidimi.nl
    Skype: @ivan.vedrani
  • Privacy Policy

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    U moet het privacy beleid van deze derden raadplegen voor meer gedetailleerde informatie over hun handelen, alsook voor instructies over hoe de opt-out van bepaalde zaken werkt. http://www.vidimi.nl privacy beleid is hier niet van toepassing op, we hebben geen controle over de activiteiten van deze andere adverteerders of websites. Bij een bezoek aan onze website of bij gebruik van sommige van onze producten slaan de servers automatisch informatie op, zoals URL, IP-adres, browsertype en -taal, en datum en tijd van uw bezoek. Als u cookies wilt uitschakelen, kunt u dit doen via uw browser. Meer gedetailleerde informatie over het beheer van cookies met specifieke webbrowsers kunnen worden gevonden op de browsers betreffende websites. Heeft u suggesties, klachten, of vragen over onze Privay Policy? Stuur een e-mail naar mail@vidimi.nl

  • pre-production

    In filmmaking and video production, pre-production formally begins once a project has been greenlit. At this stage, finalizing preparations for production go into effect. Financing will generally be confirmed and many of the key elements such as principal cast members, director and cinematographer are set. By the end of pre-production, the screenplay is hopefully finalized and satisfactory to all the financiers and other stakeholders. During pre-production, the script is broken down into individual scenes and all the locations, props, cast members, costumes, special effects and visual effects are identified. An extremely detailed schedule is produced and arrangements are made for the necessary elements to be available to the film-makers at the appropriate times. Sets are constructed, the crew is hired, financial arrangements are put in place and a start date for the beginning of principal photography is set. At some point in pre-production there will be a read-through of the script which is usually attended by all cast members with speaking parts, the director, all heads of departments, financiers, producers, and publicists. Even though the writer may still be working on it, the screenplay is generally page-locked and scene-numbered at the beginning of pre-production to avoid confusion. This means that even though additions and deletions may still be made, any particular scene will always fall on the same page and have the same scene number.

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  • production

    In production, the video production/film is created and shot. More crew will be recruited at this stage, such as the property master, script supervisor, assistant directors, stills photographer, picture editor, and sound editors. These are just the most common roles in filmmaking; the production office will be free to create any unique blend of roles to suit the various responsibilities possible during the production of a film. A typical day's shooting begins with the crew arriving on the set/location by their call time. Actors usually have their own separate call times. Since set construction, dressing and lighting can take many hours or even days, they are often set up in advance. The grip, electric and production design crews are typically a step ahead of the camera and sound departments: for efficiency's sake, while a scene is being filmed, they are already preparing the next one. While the crew prepare their equipment, the actors are wardrobed in their costumes and attend the hair and make-up departments. The actors rehearse the script and blocking with the director, and the camera and sound crews rehearse with them and make final tweaks. Finally, the action is shot in as many takes as the director wishes. Most American productions follow a specific procedure: A take is over when the director calls "cut!", and camera and sound stop recording. The script supervisor will note any continuity issues and the sound and camera teams log technical notes for the take on their respective report sheets. If the director decides additional takes are required, the whole process repeats. Once satisfied, the crew moves on to the next camera angle or "setup," until the whole scene is "covered." When shooting is finished for the scene, the assistant director declares a "wrap" or "moving on," and the crew will "strike," or dismantle, the set for that scene. At the end of the day, the director approves the next day's shooting schedule and a daily progress report is sent to the production office. This includes the report sheets from continuity, sound, and camera teams. Call sheets are distributed to the cast and crew to tell them when and where to turn up the next shooting day. Later on, the director, producer, other department heads, and, sometimes, the cast, may gather to watch that day or yesterday's footage, called dailies, and review their work. With workdays often lasting 14 or 18 hours in remote locations, film production tends to create a team spirit. When the entire film is in the can, or in the completion of the production phase, it is customary for the production office to arrange a wrap party, to thank all the cast and crew for their efforts.

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  • post-production

    Post-production is part of filmmaking and the video production process. It occurs in the making of motion pictures, television programs, radio programs, advertising, audio recordings, photography, and digital art. It is term for all stages of production occurring after the actual end of shooting and/or recording the completed work. Post-production is, in fact, many different processes grouped under one name. These typically include: Video editing the picture of a television program using an edit decision list (EDL) Writing, (re)recording, and editing the soundtrack. Adding visual special effects - mainly computer-generated imagery (CGI) and digital copy from which release prints will be made (although this may be made obsolete by digital-cinema technologies). Sound design, Sound effects, ADR, Foley and Music, culminating in a process known as sound re-recording or mixing with professional audio equipment. Transfer of Color motion picture film to Video or DPX with a telecine and color grading (correction) in a color suite. Typically, the post-production phase of creating a film takes longer than the actual shooting of the film, and can take several months to complete. Post-production was named the one of the 'Dying Industries' by IBISWorld.[1] The once exclusive service offered by high end post houses or boutique facilities have been eroded away by video editing software that operates on a non-linear editing system (NLE). However, traditional (analogue) post-production services are being surpassed by digital, leading to sales of over $6 billion annually.[2] The digital revolution has made the video editing workflow process immeasurably quicker, as practitioners moved from time-consuming (tape to tape) linear video editing online editing suites, to computer hardware and video editing software such as Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Avid, Sony Vegas and Lightworks.

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  • 360-special

    A circle is a simple shape of Euclidean geometry consisting of the set of points in a plane that are a given distance from a given point, the centre. The distance between any of the points and the centre is called the radius. Circles are simple closed curves which divide the plane into two regions: an interior and an exterior. In everyday use, the term "circle" may be used interchangeably to refer to either the boundary of the figure, or to the whole figure including its interior; in strict technical usage, the circle is the former and the latter is called a disk. A circle is a special ellipse in which the two foci are coincident and the eccentricity is 0. Circles are conic sections attained when a right circular cone is intersected by a plane perpendicular to the axis of the cone.

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