E-learning Video Production Services

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Train and upskill
Educate your unique audience with the help of video courses created to target specific learning needs. Use videos to engage large groups of learners at a time and location that is most convenient to them.
Get all expertise in one place
Benefit from full-cycle e-learning video creation services that include instructional design and media production. Get A-to-Z assistance from professionals who know how to achieve the results you want.
Leverage video format
Advance your e-learning courses with the help of videos. Provide your audience with a holistic learning experience that increases viewer engagement and allows them to grasp complex concepts faster.

E-learning animation production examples by Blue Carrot

We have produced more than 10,000 minutes of video content for elearning platforms, universities, corporations, and NGOs. All being custom-made in different styles, serving different learning purposes

E-learning showreel

Black Gazelle

Lernetz AG

USA University

Primozone

International Republican Institute

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Every video course is designed to achieve a specific set of educational objectives which normally fall into one of six cognitive categories: starting with the basic goals that encompass lower levels of cognitive thinking, such as know — “remember & recall”, comprehend — “understand”, and apply — “put in use”, the e-learning courses progress to higher-level categories, such as analyze — “break in parts”, synthesize — “put together”, and evaluate — “examine & critique”.

Choosing which category of cognitive domain you are going to appeal to helps to precisely develop your course logic and get your learners exactly where you want them to be.

  • Achieve learning goals
  • Handle complex subjects
  • Produce potent video content
  • Guide the production process

Achieve learning goals

We help to synthesize your learning objectives and determine what outcome you want to achieve with the video course. We involve instructional designers to build a unique e-learning approach that will help to sustain your core messages and vision.

Achieve learning goals

We help to synthesize your learning objectives and determine what outcome you want to achieve with the video course. We involve instructional designers to build a unique e-learning approach that will help to sustain your core messages and vision.

Handle complex subjects

Our award-winning script writers and producers are wired to tackle even the most complicated subjects. Microbiology, economics, political science, finance, high technologies, industrial pharmacy, heavy machinery — you name it, we've done it.

Produce potent video content

We create animated videos for e-learning that gain viewer attention, ease information perception and boost engagement. We come up with a unique style that is custom made for pursuing both branding and budget needs.

Guide the production process

We help to develop project objectives, map out the structure, and foresee all risks in advance. If you aren’t sure what you want your video to look like, we'll provide the needed knowledge to help you shape your ideas and strategy.

GET A PERSONALIZED OFFER THAT PERFECTLY FITS YOUR BUDGET AND PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

E-LEARNING VIDEO PROCESS & TIMELINES:

All e-learning video projects are unique, and thus, their timelines and budgets vary based on graphic complexity and overall length. The four main factors that influence the complexity of the production process are:

 

– Subject — will you be displaying simple objects or design complex conveyor systems and series of chemical reactions.

– Audience expectations — video courses for Millennials normally include bright and dynamic visuals, while projects targeted at Baby Boomers come in mild colors and with a temperate narrative.

– Projected ROI and course lifespan — whether you are going to run the course once or use it for five years straight.

 

More complex subjects require a higher level of detail and graphics. Still, even the simplest 2D videos produced by our e-learning animation company come with first-class visual effects, in a fresh and trendy style that helps to boost the client’s brand while keeping learners engaged.

Workflow type — Waterfall:

Our e-learning video services are geared around Waterfall methodology and include the following stages: Instructional design — Scripting — Storyboarding — Style Development & Prototyping  — Voiceover Recording — Illustration — Animation & Sound Effects. Each stage comes with a QA session conducted by our e-learning animation studio and a few revision rounds with the client to keep us all on the same page.

Animated videos for E-learning case studies

The guys were always creative and client-oriented, but that doesn’t mean that they always agreed with us to the detriment of the product. Even when we were tired and were ready to finally finish it, Blue Carrot had enough strength and inspiration to improve their work.
Anna C.,
PM at International Republican Institute

E-learning course for
International Republican Institute

Goal
Create educational videos for an E-learning course on the democratic society development
Solution
50+ minutes of original video content
Results
The IRI video course was launched on time and received positive feedback from education experts and students.
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Quality, on-point delivery, and personal customer service made this project very smooth. Blue Carrot’s capabilities to scale up the whole process are truly great. This gives creativity the needed space to unfold organically. Great job!
Max Hemmo
Executive Producer at LerNetz AG

Sales video course
for Lernetz

Goal
Create an animated online course about sales techniques
Solution
35-minute custom 2D animation in German, French, and Italian
Results
Positive feedback from students
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Meet the perfect E-learning animation production team

Client
We consider you to be our true companion on this video production journey. Together we stay in close contact throughout the production process and use your input, ideas, comments, and recommendations as a guideline.
Creative Producer
A key player who is responsible for making ideas happen. He understands what, when, and by whom needs to be done in order to achieve your goals and course requirements. He puts everything together and ensures that the final product fully meets your expectations.
Instructional designer
An expert responsible for the development of the e-learning course strategy and future structure. They can plunge into the most complicated topic, come out with a story that fits your project perfectly and script that is easy to understand for novice learners.
Storyboard Artists
These specialists know how to visually shape any idea you have in mind. They sketch out all the future scenes, and present them in the right order so that everyone working on the project, including you, can envision the future e-learning video course.
Illustrators
These wizards stand behind all the visual imagery you see on-screen. They can create any characters, backgrounds, locations, objects, etc. in the style of your choice following your brand's visual grammar.
Animator
Gurus of animation, VFX, and motion design who breathe life into still images and words. Their work is primarily based on the guidelines developed in close cooperation with you during the scriptwriting and storyboarding stages.
Sound Designer
A professional that creates and enhances the sound environment of the e-learning course. His job is to ensure that music, voiceover, and sound effects work effectively together towards providing the elearning video with an appropriate mood.
Voiceover Artist
An individual who is in charge of making the story audibly compelling to a learner. We work with many VO artists around the world and can select a talent based on project requirements regarding language, age, gender, tonality, modality of voice, etc.

BLUE CARROT IS YOUR TRUSTED PARTNER FOR ALL YOUR E-LEARNING VIDEO NEEDS

Over the course of more than seven years delivering e-learning animation services, we’ve produced 300+ videos, and worked with many higher educational facilities and world renowned organizations. We know the e-learning animation production process in and out, and can get you e-learning videos that achieve tangible results.

Who we serve

Corporate Learning and HR departments

Course and Instructional Designers

Schools, Courses & Universities

Other E-learning Creators

Marketers

Techniques we use

2D animation

Whiteboard videos

Webcam lectures

Live shooting

Editing and animation overlay

Screencasts

3D animation

FAQ

What type of animated videos for E-learning do I need?

E-learning videos can be anything. It all depends on your requirements and vision. However, if this is your first time thinking about videos for your E-learning project, a list of the most common formats will come in handy.

2D animated videos

These videos can be created from scratch or template-based (you mostly customize animation, not illustration), which is much cheaper.    The advantage of 2D animation is that you can embody a complex educational topic and don’t need to invest in expensive 3D models of characters and other objects, as is the case with 3D. You also save your resources by eliminating the need for the shooting required for expert video shooting. Also, you can increase your engagement rate by mixing 2D animation with other types of videos.

 

3D animation

This artistic technique is well-suited for showcasing realistic concepts and demonstrating processes that occur with 3D objects. For example, it can model biological three-dimensional phenomenons and show how the construction of a house takes place in stages. Most likely, this technique will be the most expensive.

 

Talking head live shooting

This is the most common E-learning video format and is also easy and inexpensive to produce on a large scale. To create such videos, you need an expert (like a university professor) who is ready to explain something in front of the camera.  Variations of such a video are:

  • Shoot in a special E-learning studio or another location (like a study room or enterprise etc.)
  • Asking your expert to shoot a video by themselves (with a web camera or a special recording kit)
  • Add slides from your expert’s presentation to your educational video.

The weak point of live video is its localization.

Talking head live shooting plus animation overlay

You can leverage live shooting videos with the objects your expert is speaking about, as well as motion graphics and animation featuring those objects or explaining them. In this case, the video will cost more. Sometimes, to make animated videos for E-learning cheaper, one can buy ready-made videos to integrate them into your educational video (for example, stock videos). 

 

Screencast of presentation or interface

This is an inexpensive way to educate your customers or students. All the user sees on the screen is your interface.  

What’s the difference between good and bad E-learning videos?

Blue Carrot has been creating E-learning videos for 7 years, helping our clients improve their educational experience. Here are some rules we follow:

  • We discuss the concept and write the script only after the goals of the video are clear.
  • Each video contains just one message or is dedicated to one topic.
  • We avoid unnecessary scripting complexity. 
  • Video is always created with target audience insights in mind and not for every target group at the same time.

What videos can you get working with Blue Carrot?

At Blue Carrot, we offer all kinds of E-learning animation production services. For 7 years, our team has been creating videos for educational organizations, including 2D and 3D educational series, live footage and animation/presentation overlays, and screencast tutorials, as well as production outsourcing for E-learning businesses.

Choose any type of E-learning video services (from scriptwriting to sound design) or let us develop a top-notch release-ready video for you from scratch.

Check out this page if you are a course designer. 

What E-learning sector video types are there?

Modern E-learning heavily relies on videos. Moreover, videos are often used to promote your E-learning classes and tools or remote education in general. You can also leverage projects by providing your students with animated videos for E-learning that contain condensed information from your video courses.  

Types of videos that are used to promote E-learning projects (in particular for E-learning platforms): corporate videos, explainers, testimonial videos, branded videos  

Videos used in the E-learning process: tutorials, onboarding videos, explainer videos (on various subjects from your study plan), animated instructions (short-form content),  E-learning study courses (long-form content video-series)

Some types of videos for E-learning platforms, including explainer ones, can be repurposed after release. Example: create a tutorial for students and use it both as a part of your study course and a product presentation demo to promote to your target audience.    

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