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A Great Video Can Make All The Difference…

You’ve created a product that works. You’ve spent months, maybe years, perfecting your product. Something that people will love. Something that will change the world, or at least one small corner of it. Your idea has become a reality. 

But you’ve also got a problem.

As you plan your Kickstarter project, plot out your stretch goals, tweak your sales copy, and put all the other finishing touches on your crowdfunding campaign—one piece of the marketing puzzle still eludes you: the perfect Kickstarter campaign video.

Sure, you know your audience. You know exactly how to reach your ideal backer. You’ve created something that will solve the very problem that’s tearing that person apart at this very moment.

But you probably don’t know much about video production or a Kickstarter video production company

And while you could spend hours upon hours trying to figure it all out—scripting, casting, shooting, location, props, post-production, not to mention renting all the equipment to produce multiple crowdfunding videos—that is time and money that could be better invested in what you do best.

That’s where Double Jump Media comes in as your crowdfunding partner.

We have helped clients raise over $5,000,000 on crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo. Our team has worked with a number of startups, entrepreneurs, dreamers, and visionaries like you tell their stories with expert video production services. We’ve worked with businesses, industries, and products big and small—from local mini-golf courses to international brands like Forbes, Trek Bikes, and AT&T.

We live and breathe video production. We know that high-quality, custom video content is critical to showcasing your message to potential backers and expanding the reach of your crowdfunding campaign. So let us take the guesswork off your hands and deliver a professional Kickstarter video to you in just 30-45 days.


A successful Kickstarter page tells a story. Every piece of the message, from the copywriting to the pledge names, gives your backers an image of who you are and what you have to offer.

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Your video provides a chance to bring that story to life like nothing else on the page. But it takes more than a project creator and an iPhone to create the perfect crowdfunding video. It takes a storyteller.

At Double Jump Media, first and foremost, we are storytellers. From conception to completion, we focus on bringing your vision to life so that your video viewers and backers will believe in your dream as much as you do. Your Kickstarter video should tell your story and explain why your project is worth funding. Show the audience why they should invest in your product. A compelling video could be the difference between a successful and unsuccessful campaign.

Questions you might be asking about video production are: Who will be writing the script for the video? Who will be directing the video? Who will be shooting the video?

Not to worry.

From set designers, creative writers, videography professionals, motion graphics/animation staff, production editors, and more—we put an entire team of experienced professionals at your service to create brilliant, effective, and powerful promotional videos that drive consumer engagement and build your brand. Double Jump is a Full Service video production company.


When you’re launching a new crowdfunding campaign, you’re already up to your eyeballs in things to do like managing product prototypes, shipping orders, and determining the campaign benefits for backers. That’s why our mission is to provide you with a simple, easy path to a stunning Kickstarter video in just 30-45 days.

Step 1: Ideation – The magic starts when you fill out the form below and we schedule a discovery call. We’ll learn everything we can about your brand, your product, and your story so that our creative team can put together the scripts that you need to succeed on Kickstarter.

Step 2: Decision – We’ll pitch multiple different options (including the Kickstarter video cost) to you that our team thinks are a great fit for your crowdfunding campaign. Then, you’ll choose the direction that best matches your brand and budget.

Step 3: Pre-Production – This is where we really start to do the hard work for you. We pull together all of the details so that you don’t have to—scripting, casting, location scouting, music, animation, and more.

Step 4: Production – Once you provide the final approval, we schedule the shoot, gather the creative assets, and begin bringing your story to life on film.

Step 5: Post Production – The dark, scary editing room is where our video production wizards pour the final magic into your video footage before you finally get to see how awesome it is.


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Neurable raised over $230,000 on Indiegogo for their new headphones by using video and photos from Double Jump.

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Thermbot’s Indiegogo campaign was fully funded within 7 hours of launch. They went on to raise over $300,000 on the platform.

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After working with Double Jump on their product launch video, Wonder Hoodie couldn’t keep their inventory on the shelf to keep up with the new demand.

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TOMY International raised over $1,000,000 for their Back to the Future collectable using a video that was scripted, shot, and edited by Double Jump.

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This is a humorous spokesperson video created for the Seadon Gale Puffer raised over a $150,000 on Kickstarter.

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Fillow funded over their $15k goal in one hour, going on to raised over $100,000 on Kickstarter.

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The first all-in-one smart tea machine raised over $180,000 in their campaign with a video from Double Jump.

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The Eeva campaign reached astounding success for their 2-in-1 laundry solution, raising over a $1,000,000 in funding.

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Launching their Duo Eco Air System, AIRLEO raised 10x their goal on Kickstarter!


What makes us different from other Kickstarter video production companies?

Transparency. From our upfront pricing to our clear communication at every step of the video production process, we keep you in the loop at all times. No secrets. Never.

Empathy. We’ve worked for and alongside entrepreneurs, startups, and product creators, so we have a deep understanding of what they need and how they operate.

Expertise. We are video experts so, you don’t have to be. Our clients choose Double Jump for video production again and again so that they can do their job while we do ours.

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Don’t take our word for it, hear one of our clients say it for themselves. (We didn’t even pay them to do this!)


Our video packages aim to give every entrepreneur and innovator the ability to find a cost and approach within their reach. We want to see your vision come to life as much as you do, so choose the plan that fits your needs.

Still have questions or can’t find exactly what you’re looking for? Don’t fret. We can create custom crowdfunding video packages to truly deliver whatever services your Kickstarter campaign needs.


Double Jump Media is committed to transparency. That’s why we offer a 100% free 30-minute consultation to help you discover exactly what your Kickstarter video needs to be successful. No hidden fees or hard sales, just thirty minutes of listening to your vision and sharing how professional video services fit into your plan. So fill out the form below to learn why so many idea makers just like you have chosen Double Jump for their Kickstarter video productions.

If you do choose to move forward, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive, up-front price quote and a clear timeline to show you how fast you can get your hands on a professional, high-quality crowdfunding video.

So fill out the form below to learn why so many idea makers, inventors, and creative entrepreneurs just like you have chosen Double Jump for their video production needs.

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Every product is different and has a different story to tell. This means that your Kickstarter video needs to have its own style and vibe. When it comes to choosing the type of crowdfunding video you want, you have to ask yourself: How do I want my brand to be perceived?

Are you launching a new product? What type of product is it? Who is the target audience? All these factors help determine what kind of video will be produced.

From Lifestyle to Spokesperson, to Humorous to Inspirational, Double Jump Media is here to guide you along your journey to land on the perfect video style and vibe.


A typical crowdfunding campaign project timeline is 5-7 weeks from contract signing to delivery of the final video. However, the actual time for producing a video varies based on the type of video and the complexity of the production.


While you don’t need to have all the answers ready, asking yourself these questions can help the production process move along faster. Even if you don’t have all the information, Double Jump still wants to talk with you. We will guide you through it.

    • What is your budget for your Kickstarter video?
    • What is your timeline for launching your video?
    • Who is your target audience?
    • What are the key messages you want to communicate?
    • What is the story you want to tell through your video?
    • What is the overall look and feel you want for your video?


Product/Prototype: Have your product or prototype ready before filming your video.

Target Audience: Knowing your target will help determine the direction of your video and your marketing strategy.

Marketing Strategy: Have a clear and concise marketing plan for reaching your potential backers.

Camera/Lighting: Have a camera that shoots high-quality and top lighting equipment.

Script: A script provides direction and tone for your video.

Location: Whether it’s on location or in a studio, you need to know where your video is going to take place.

Cast: You need to determine who will be in the video using the product. It’s best to have a cast that represents your ideal backer.

Post-Production/Editing: This will include your music, voiceovers, motion graphics, closed captioning, and color correction.


Here are a few best practices for your project.

      • Choose a captivating project image
      • Create a compelling video
      • Put important information first
      • Know your audience
      • Highlight the selling points
      • Add visual & compelling media
      • Consider adding subtitles
      • Be authentic
      • Don’t spam
      • Pre-marketing
      • Build anticipation for the project


While there are a number of factors that determine if your project is successful, a high-quality video can certainly help, and we can provide that. There are a few key things we do to ensure that the quality of your video is high and professional.

  1. We use top-quality video equipment, including cameras for sharp and clear images, lighting, and professional audio if it’s required.
  2. We provide a scripting team that ensures that your video’s message is clear and concise.
  3. We have a post-production team that makes sure the final product is high quality. This includes audio mixing, color correction, music, and more.
  4. We provide a detailed production schedule and workflow to keep everything on track.
  5. We provide a clear shot list on the day of the shoot to ensure we capture all the visuals and don’t miss anything.

Every video has a story. Even if it’s just showcasing the product. But there are different ways to tell that story, and it’s determined by a number of factors, including the brand/company voice, the type of product, and the target audience. It’s important to communicate a message that resonates with potential backers and tells them a story that they care about.

At Double Jump, we provide a team directing that will be in charge of bringing your script to life. It’s the director’s job to take the visuals on the page and make sure they are captured through the lens of the camera, along with directing the cast to portray the characters in the script and the videographer who is filming.

The key people you will be working with on your Kickstarter crowdfunding video will be the sales teams, the creative director, and the production manager.

While there are a number of different styles and vibes to choose from, we have found that the most common types of crowdfunding videos produced for a Kickstarter campaign are lifestyle and narrative, with the vibes either humorous or straightforward.

Additional assets for a Kickstarter video might include branding assets, product animations, motion graphics, music, 2D animation, or 3D animation. 

While you might think that a longer video is better to fully explain your product, research shows that shorter videos actually do better on Kickstarter. As a video production company, we have found that a 90-second video is just as effective as a longer video and has the ability to deliver an impactful message and showcase your product.

We provide our final crowdfunding videos in Basic H.265 MOV files. But if you need a specific video file, we are happy to provide whatever format you need.

This largely depends on what is needed to produce the video. Double Jump provides a 3000 sq ft studio, or we have a location scout that is dedicated to finding the right place for your video.

We provide a free 30-minute consultation with every crowdfunding client to learn about their product, brand, and goals. We take a customized approach to every Kickstarter video client, making sure that we make a video that is as unique as your industry and speaks directly to your audience.

  1. Storytelling: Craft a compelling narrative that explains your project and its significance.
  2. Clarity and Conciseness: Keep the message clear and to the point to maintain viewer engagement.
  3. Authenticity: Show your genuine passion and enthusiasm for the project.
  4. High-Quality Production: Invest in good video and audio quality to make a professional impression.
  5. Showcasing the Product/Service: Clearly demonstrate what you’re offering and its benefits.
  6. Founder Introduction: Introduce yourself and your team to build trust and connect with your audience.
  7. Problem and Solution: Explain the problem your project solves and how it does so.
  8. Rewards Preview: Highlight some of the rewards backers will receive for their support.
  9. Call to Action: Directly ask viewers to support your campaign and explain how they can do so.
  10. Urgency: Convey the importance of acting now, such as limited rewards or early bird specials.
  11. Testimonials or Endorsements: Include positive statements from users or experts if available.
  12. Project Status and Timeline: Inform viewers about the current status of your project and expected timelines.
  13. Budget Transparency: If appropriate, share how funds will be used to gain trust.
  14. Emotional Appeal: Connect emotionally with your audience to foster a deeper interest in your project.
  15. Professional Editing: Ensure the video is well-edited to maintain pace and interest, including music, graphics, and effects as needed.
  1. Overly Long Videos: Avoid making your video too long. Keep it concise to maintain viewer interest.
  2. Poor Audio and Video Quality: Don’t compromise on audio and video quality. Poor production can reflect negatively on your project.
  3. Vague Descriptions: Avoid being vague about your project. Be clear and specific about what you’re offering.
  4. Lack of a Clear Call to Action: Don’t forget to include a clear call to action. Viewers should know exactly how they can support you.
  5. Ignoring the Target Audience: Avoid making a video that doesn’t cater to your specific target audience. Know who you’re speaking to.
  6. Underestimating Budget Needs: Don’t underestimate the cost of creating a quality video. Allocate sufficient resources.
  7. Skipping the Storytelling Aspect: Avoid neglecting the power of storytelling. It’s key in creating an emotional connection.
  8. No Demonstration of the Product/Service: Don’t fail to show your product or service in action. Demonstration is crucial for understanding.
  9. Focusing Too Much on Sales: Avoid making your video feel like a sales pitch. Kickstarter backers are more motivated by innovation and involvement.
  10. Ignoring the Importance of Rewards: Don’t forget to highlight the rewards. They are a major incentive for backers.
  11. Lack of Personal Touch: Avoid being too impersonal. Introduce yourself and your team to create a connection.
  12. Forgetting to Address Risks and Challenges: Don’t shy away from discussing potential risks and challenges. Transparency builds trust.
  13. Using Technical Jargon: Avoid overusing technical terms or jargon that might confuse viewers. Keep it accessible.
  14. Neglecting Post-Production Quality: Don’t underestimate the importance of good editing, sound mixing, and color grading.

Overly Long Videos

Avoid making your Kickstarter video too long, as it can lead to loss of viewer interest and engagement. A concise video is more effective in retaining attention and conveying your message quickly. Focus on delivering your core message in a brief, engaging manner, ideally keeping the video under three minutes.

Poor Audio and Video Quality

Poor audio and video quality can severely undermine the professionalism and credibility of your Kickstarter campaign. Investing in good quality production shows that you are serious about your project. Ensure that your video has clear sound, good lighting, and high-resolution footage to make a positive impression.

Vague Descriptions

Vagueness in explaining your project can leave potential backers confused and uninterested. It is crucial to be clear and specific about what your project entails, the problem it solves, and its unique value proposition. A clear, detailed explanation helps in building confidence and interest in your campaign.

Lack of a Clear Call to Action

Not including a clear call to action (CTA) in your Kickstarter video can lead to missed opportunities for engagement and support. Your CTA should be direct and tell viewers exactly how they can contribute to your campaign. A strong CTA increases the likelihood of viewers becoming backers.

Ignoring the Target Audience

Creating a video that does not cater specifically to your target audience can result in a lack of connection and interest. Understanding and addressing your audience’s preferences, interests, and needs is key to making an impactful video. Tailor your message to resonate with the people most likely to support your project.

Underestimating Budget Needs

Underestimating the budget for a quality Kickstarter video can compromise its effectiveness. Allocate enough resources for professional production, including good lighting, sound, and editing. Remember, your video is a reflection of your project’s quality and professionalism.

Skipping the Storytelling Aspect

Overlooking the storytelling aspect in your video can result in a lack of emotional connection with your audience. Good storytelling captures attention and makes your project memorable. Use narrative techniques to make your presentation engaging and relatable.

No Demonstration of the Product/Service

Failing to demonstrate your product or service in action is a missed opportunity to showcase its usefulness and functionality. Demonstrations help viewers understand what you’re offering and how it works. Include visuals or scenarios that clearly illustrate the benefits and applications of your project.

Focusing Too Much on Sales

While your goal is to gain funding, focusing too much on sales can be off-putting for the Kickstarter community. Instead, focus on sharing your passion, the story behind your project, and its potential impact. Kickstarter backers are often more interested in being part of something innovative and meaningful rather than just another transaction.

Ignoring the Importance of Rewards

Rewards are a major incentive for Kickstarter backers. Neglecting to highlight the rewards in your video can reduce the appeal of your campaign. Showcase the rewards attractively and explain their value to encourage viewers to back your project.

Lack of Personal Touch

An impersonal video can fail to create a connection with your audience. Introducing yourself and your team adds a personal touch and helps build trust. Share your passion, motivations, and the journey that led to your project to make your campaign more relatable and trustworthy.

Forgetting to Address Risks and Challenges

Not addressing the potential risks and challenges of your project can raise doubts about your credibility and preparedness. Be transparent about the challenges you anticipate and how you plan to overcome them. This honesty not only builds trust but also shows your commitment and realistic approach to your project.

Using Technical Jargon

Overusing technical jargon or complex terms can alienate viewers who are not familiar with the specifics of your field. Aim to keep your language clear and accessible to a broad audience. Explain technical aspects in simple terms and focus on the benefits and relevance of your project to everyday life.

Neglecting Post-Production Quality

Neglecting the quality of post-production, such as editing, sound mixing, and color grading, can result in a less professional final product. High-quality post-production can significantly enhance the impact of your video. Pay attention to details like sound design, visual effects, and overall pacing to create a polished and engaging video.

Marketing for Crowdfunding Video Productions

While we don’t offer marketing services, here are a few recommendations when it comes to marketing your crowdfunding campaign video.

    • Have a clear plan and strategy
    • Have a realistic funding goal
    • Stay within range of your budget
    • Create a pre-marketing list
    • Build anticipation for your launch
    • Make a descriptive campaign page
    • Have professional videos made
    • Don’t do everything yourself


Double Jump Media are Ozark-based video experts who have become the go-team for custom videos, working for an impressive client base, both domestic and international. Our custom approach ensures that your crowdfunding video is as unique as your brand or product.

We have a lot of fun and strive to make an accepting space for creatives, but we never phone it in. In other words, we don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we take our work very seriously. Reach out to our team to learn all the benefits of working with our video experts!

Are you a full-service crowdfunding video production team?

Yes! We are a full-service team. When you decide to work with us, you are working with an in-house team ready to create a successful Kickstarter video. We are your one-stop shop for all your Kickstarter video production needs.  We provide scriptwriting, casting, location scouting, project management, video production, set design, audio, lighting, video editing, motion graphics, closed captions, animation, music, voiceovers, color correction, and final delivery.

Where We Work

While we are based in Springfield, we have and can work with clients both in the US and international companies. We’ve worked with brands in New York, Austin, Atlantic, Nashville, California, Singapore, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, just to name a few. Yes, even if your company and office are in Dubai, we’ll partner with you to make a quality crowdfunding campaign video!


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