Your brief is the first thing people see upon joining your project. It can be used to give some information around what you're doing and to add a human touch to the Seenit Capture experience for your contributors.
There are two parts to your brief: The Project Video Introduction and The Project Brief text. You'll see this editable fields when you hit 'Create a project' in the Studio.
The video part
A video introduction is a short clip welcoming users to your project. This can be done by the project lead, or perhaps someone recognisable to the film crew.
Use this chance to sum up what you want and give the project a human touch, while leading by example. Why not include some quick filming tips too? Keep it short, simple, and friendly!
You don't have to add a video, but we highly recommend doing so. On average, projects with introduction videos have 50% more contributions than those without 🤓
The text part
Here you can go into more detail on your purpose, how the content will be used, deadlines, or anything you think might be relevant.
We're creating an exciting video piece around your highlights of the year in the company. This is an opportunity to reflect on all the amazing stuff you've accomplished. Your contribution is important to us and we want to give you the platform to tell your story. The final video will be available to view on Sharepoint on January 14th.
During the project you’ll get occasional message updates, so don't forget to enable push notifications. If you have any questions, give us a shout in the messaging section. It’s really simple - tap 'Join' to see filming directions and to upload your content. If you'd like a bit of inspiration, check out the 'Feed' section to see what others have filmed, and for some neat tips on how to capture like a pro. Upload deadline: January 1st
Be honest, be yourself and have fun!
The next part of project setup? Let's write a Shot List.