VYOND LEVEL 2: Storyboarding & Concept Video Production

3 SESSIONS, 6 HOURS, ADVANCED VYOND
SESSION 1: APR 4
SESSION 2: APR 11
SESSION 3: APR 18
9-11am (US Central), 3-5pm (BST)
For advanced Vyond users who have completed the Vyond Story Production Workshop. Master visual thinking, storyboarding and producing videos that explain concepts and processes and keep your viewing audience riveted. 
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Haven't taken the pre-requisite? 
 Groups of 4 or more, email info@needastory.com to register with a discount!

WHAT TO EXPECT

Practical methodology
Storyboard with efficiency and confidence, using visual thinking to plan action-driven scenes. Build your video and get immediate feedback on your work. 
Advanced techniques
You'll storyboard and produce your videos more efficiently and creatively, using advanced Vyond features and expert guidance. 
Fun networking
As always, the School of Story Design makes it possible to share your work and learn from the work of others. Connect with other concept video producers and grow together. 

 SCHEDULE

Session 1 (2 hours)

A series of exercises that will hone your skills to visualize action & relationships for a concept video storyboard. Your assignment after this session is to storyboard the video. You'll get immediate feedback on your work before Session 2. 

Session 2 (2 hours)

Use advanced Vyond features to build your concept video efficiently and creatively. Your assignment after this session is to complete the build of your video. Again, you'll get immediate feedback on your work!

Session 3 (2 hours)

Show and tell. Plus, explore more advanced Vyond features to enhance your production process and creative choices. 

Frequently asked questions

Why is there a pre-requisite workshop? 

This is an advanced Vyond workshop for users who have already practiced the foundational Story Design production techniques of empathy and action covered in the Vyond Story Production workshop. Those taking this advanced workshop should already be proficient in character creation, character actions, seamless scene transitions, camera movement and positioning, set building, audio syncing, uploading custom assets, basic masking, music and sound effects settings, timeline controls, props manipulation, enter/exit and motion paths. Users coming in to this workshop have submitted a story-based video and received detailed feedback on their work by a School of Story Design coach.

Register for the Level 1: Vyond Story Production Workshop, then come back and join us for this workshop. We look forward to meeting you online!

How should I prepare for this workshop?

Complete all of the activities in Chapter 1 of the online course after you've registered.

If you are comfortable doing so, during the sessions, please share your camera and audio. We'd love to see and hear you during the discussion. The chat will always be open. Be ready to share your ideas, listen to the ideas of others and have a great time with fellow-Video Producers. 

During Session 1, have the handouts open on your screen, or print them. We'll spend time practicing visual thinking. In Session 2, have the handouts and Vyond open on your computer. We'll be working within the tool and exploring ways to efficiently and creatively create concept videos. In Session 3, have those handouts and Vyond ready again. We'll answer any outstanding questions you have from the first two sessions and explore more advanced features that will make your concept videos riveting! 

We have a team that wants to participate. Can we get a discount? 

Teams of 4 or more receive a group discount. Just email us at info@needastory.com and we'll provide pricing and an invoice. 
Meet the FACILITATOR

Rance Greene

Rance Greene formed needastory.com and the School for Story Design for those who struggle with storytelling at work. His methodology—Story Design—gives leaders a systematic and creative way for discovering who their audience is and how to persuade them to take action on new ideas. He helps leadership teams and entrepreneurs discover that they are uniquely equipped to tell the best story for their audiences. Rance is the author of Instructional Story Design, a practical guide for developing stories that train. He coaches, teaches, speaks and writes often on the benefits of stories to connect humans to one another.

Patrick Jones - Course author
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