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Reva media

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Focus on your core business, let us handle your marketing!
Middle East localized full-link marketing agency,Provide overseas full-link content marketing services for brands going abroad,Make quality overseas KOL marketing strategy,Realize sustainable growth of local users' word-of-mouth for brands
44 people in their team
Speaks Arabic, Chinese, English, Hindi
Sortlist member since 2023
Founded in 2022


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  • Description

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    Skills in Social Media (19)
    Social Media GrowthSocial Media MarketingSocial Media ManagementSocial Media AnalysisSocial MarketingTwitter MarketingTikTok AdvertisingB2B Social MediaLinkedIn MarketingInstagram Marketing+9

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  • Description
    We use Influencers that have a High engagement rate, not the influencers which have bots or inactive followers

    Since our founder creates content that goes viral we know how to use influencers to create content that has the highest chance to go viral and reach the masses

    Data-Driven Campaigns
    We work meticulously by making sure that the influencers demographic and insights align with the brands target market and demographics.

    The best rates. Guaranteed
    Skills in Influencer Marketing (13)
    Micro InfluencersYoutube InfluencersLinkedIn InfluencersInfluencer affiliationInfluencer StrategyMacro influencersInfluencer RecruitmentSnapchat InfluencersNano InfluencersInstagram Influencer+3
    Review in Influencer Marketing (1)
    Mohammed Akheel

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  • Description
    First stage – preproduction
    This stage mainly revolves around the creation or preparation of the raw materials required to build the basis of the 3D animation:

    Script and storyboard – The process is similar to that of 2D animation. Animators must first understand the script (if any) and storyline the animation should convey. It gives an idea of the visual flow, hence facial expressions and gestures created within the animation. Assuming there is a script, later on, the animation will require a proper synchronization between the speech and lip movements of the characters for a realistic effect.
    3D assets – Every object in the scene is a 3D model. Some animators purchase ready-made assets and then modify them by the descriptions stated in the project brief. If the project requires the use of unique characters, animators may have to create 3D models from scratch.
    Textures and colors – Bare-boned models are wrapped in textured and colored layers to give the sense of surface and volume. The process is done by overlaying 2D images onto the 3D models. Certain characters have complex properties, such as an eye that simultaneously absorbs and reflects light. Product 3D animation services typically use a 3D model representing the physical product in a photorealistic way.

    Rigging – A rigged 3D model refers to a 3D object already configured for all the natural movements. Think of it as putting a skeleton inside a human or animal figure. The joints are pivots for movable sections of the constitution to represent the natural range of motions. Every 3D object can be rigged. Once the raw materials are ready, the process moves toward the main production task.
    Second stage – production
    The next stage involves the manipulation of 3D models. Animators give the models motions as required by the storyline and script. Additional visual elements such as lights and visual effects are built in this stage too.

    Animation – The available range of motion depends on the rigging process. In a 3D character animation service that resembles a person or an animal, the rigging should imitate the natural skeletal figure of the character it is supposed to represent. The idea is to give the object a maximum range of motions but not beyond what is naturally possible limits. However, animators can do excessive rigging if the storyline calls for it.
    Lighting – As mentioned earlier, creating a 3D animation is like the more sophisticated version of a rendering process. The basic principle remains, in the sense that animation also needs good lighting for it to appear realistic. If an image only needs a set of lighting configurations, an animation takes one for each frame, depending on the motions. For instance, a moving cloud blocks the sun partially in one second and then entirely in the next. An object in motion also casts a different shadow from a static one.

    Visual Effects (VFX) and composite – Additional special effects are added to create a real atmospheric sense in the virtual world, such as the use of wind and rain. And then, there is the compositing process in which the scene is the result of blending two or more files from separate sources.
    To speed up the process, animators only configure the positions of the 3D models for all the keyframes. In between those frames, the computer interpolates the natural sequence of motions. One second of a scene may contain at least twenty-four frames (24fps) for smooth animation. Furthermore, there can be more than just two keyframes within a second. It involves a lot of work by the 3D animation designer, even for a minute of 3D-animated video.

    Third stage – postproduction
    At this point, the visual parts of the animation are ready to use. Some final touches and revisions take place in the postproduction stage.

    Sound Effects – Music and sound files are overlaid on the animation. If an object or character speaks, the facial expressions and speeches must be synchronized.
    Review and Edit – Animators play all the scenes in sequence to look for possible mistakes. Minor and major changes are made as needed.
    Render – The final step involves compiling and converting animation files into one video format, ready to release.
    Skills in 3D (10)
    3D Design3D Graphic Design3D Game Development3D Product Rendering3D Virtual Visits3D Exhibition Booth Modeling3D ArchitectureMotion Design 3D3D Animation3D Rendering

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    Skills in Video Production (27)
    Film ProductionVisual EffectsPre ProductionVoice OverSpecial Effects (SFX)Voice RecordingProduct VideoInteractive Video ProductionFilmingDirecting+17

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    Skills in Public Relations (PR) (18)
    PR SearchPR StrategyPress RelationsOnline PRpublic communicationPR CampaignsPR MarketingPR CoachingInternational Public RelationsPress Kit+8

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    Skills in E-commerce (20)
    Market LaunchMagento EcommerceShopping Cart OptimizationEcommerce Web DevelopmentOnline RetailShopify MarketingShopify DevelopmentShopify DesignRevenue TrackingDropshipping+10

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    Skills in Branding & Positioning (13)
    Brand MarketingBrand DesignCorporate Identity DesignLogo BrandingB2B PositioningIdeal Customer Profile DefinitionB2C PositioningUniques Attributes DefinitionTarget Market DefinitionMessaging+3

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    Skills in Graphic Design (1)
    2D Animation

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1 review for Reva media

(1 reviews)
Mohammed AkheelMarketing Head at Adnoc
ServiceInfluencer Marketing
SectorEnergy & Oil
Team1001 - 5000

What was the objective behind your collaboration?we wanted to showcase and spread organically for an event we hosted and wanted Uae based influencer that had a mass following in the country

What did you enjoy the most during your collaboration?We approached reva 5 days before the unveil and despite strict deadlines, they pulled it off beautifully.

Mohammed Akheel recommends this agency

ServiceInfluencer Marketing
SectorEnergy & Oil
Team1001 - 5000
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  • HeadquarterBusiness Bay Bridge - Dubai - United Arab Emirates