TVC Production Singapore
Make an impression
Time to give your audience something different. Take on a new perspective and give your audience what they have been asking!
Music-driven TVCs are one of our specialities. Having the extra-musical touch helps your TVC stand out among the rest.
Storytelling at its finest
A powerful narrative is what makes a TVC compelling and memorable. In our pre-production stage, we spend a lot of time perfecting each script to the client’s satisfaction.
A promotional video for Singapore Polytechnic’s open house.
Yole – Tubs
We take a light-hearted spin on the all-new Yole frozen yoghurt!
A TVC we created for Merries Baby Wash.
Asiamall App Advert
An animated video promoting the company’s mobile app.
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What is TVC?
TVC is the acronym for television commercial — a form of advertising that promotes products, services, ideas, individuals or organizations via the television medium.
The duration of TVCs greatly vary but they usually fall between 10 seconds to 3 minutes-long. Regardless of the length of the TVC, it is important to keep in mind that the message conveyed would have to be catchy and arresting to keep the viewers from losing interest within the first few seconds of the TVC.
The main objective of the TVC is to introduce a new product, create awareness and ultimately, to make consumers switch to the product promoted. A TVC also works to remind the consumer audience of the existence of the product in order to create a continuous demand over time.
An effective TVC should possess the following criteria:
- Conveys a clear message
- Single-minded – should only deliver ONE clear message
- Has clear brand association and can be easily recalled i.e. Maggi comes to mind when one talks about instant noodles, Colgate when referring to toothpaste, etc.
- Unique – not something similar to another brand
- Provides the possibility of purchase after watching the advertisement.
There are several steps involved in the making of a TVC. The first and most important step will be the providing of the advertising brief by the client to us. The advertising brief, which contains the marketing background, target audience and consumer insight of a certain product, will set the direction of the TVC. Without it, the objective of the TVC will be vague and targeting will be less effective.
Based on the advertising brief given, we will then be able to present an innovative idea and storyline to you, the client. From here, a storyboard is then created based on the client’s preference. This idea presentation will incorporate many scenarios that are to be chosen after an extensive research has been done.
After a successful storyboard presentation comes the production process. In this process, another discussion will be held in order to determine aspects such as production schedule, locations and wardrobe recommendations (if any). Later on, the client would also have to agree on the talent for the TVC, and music clip to be used, etc.
Upon 50% down payment of the agreed quoted price, we will begin the production process. Despite the detailed preparation leading to the production, shooting usually only takes one day, but will depend also on the script and complication of the project.
The post-production process of the TVC is where the magic happens, this involves offline editing (in which, our editor will choose the best frames in the recorded footage to build up a draft TVC). Next is the incorporation of graphic animation. Finally, after the client has approved the draft TVC, the final cut will be colour graded, corrected together with additional subtitles if necessary.
Before the TVC is ready to be received by the consumer, the TVC will have to go through the censorship board for the final cut. Following necessary censorship edits, the completed TVC will then finally be released to media networks.