I have my first paying project underway and the client and I both admit this will be a journey for us both to learn from. The project: DVD to supplement 8 lessons that will accompany the printed workbook lessons. Each of the 8 lessons need to be a 10 minute lecture from my client. Sounds easy and straight forward, but when I go to capture we end up starting/stopping/re-capturing...In post I am doing WAY to much work piecing everything together. The client has her colleagues critique her work from what I post on Vimeo and they give her great constructive feedback - she is talking too slow, she needs to talk more from a script, smile more, etc.
My question - what is my role in helping her get there? Am I just there to capture and edit? Should I be coaching her more? Those of you that have tons of experience with making DVDs that are not of your own writing/ideas, what does your role look like while capturing? OR what is your role during pre-production - any examples of the storyboards that you could post?
I understand storyboards and with a 10 minute lecture, there isn't much to storyboard...So how do I get my client to understand basics - START with an introductory sentence....