Cinematic
3D Product Animations

Photorealistic | Storytelling | Original Music | Simulations | Realistic Sound Effects

What you’ll get

Now we’re talking about rendering your customers (and competitors) speechless. This animation is not about simply showing your product from different angles. It’s about telling a compelling story in which your product is the hero. We’re diving into the emotional level and really bringing your product as the protagonist of an epic journey. Cinematic 3D videos have contextual environments, metaphors, and storytelling.

Cinematic 3D Product Animation

High-end Animation To Make Customers WOW, and Your Product Sales ROCK.
We deliver *quoted based on your needs
  • Photorealistic Quality
  • 5 ~ 90s Animation
  • Original Music
  • Realistic Sound Effects
  • Contextual Backgrounds
  • Simulations: Collisions, Water, Dust, Fire, Smoke, Particles
  • Storytelling
  • Product Assemble & Disassemble
  • Complex Exploded View
  • Cutout Sections
  • X-Ray Vision
  • High-end Post-Production
  • Camera Animations
  • Ready for Landing Pages | Website | Youtube Ads | Youtube | Vimeo | Internal Training | Event Booths | Conference Panels | Social Media
  • Any dimension - HD | Full HD | Ultra HD | 2K | 4K
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

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Our Cinematic 3D product animation process.

After working on many projects, with a diversity of clients and deadlines, we’ve understood that almost all cinematic 3D product animations boil down to this process delineated below. If you are to work with us, you can expect the same process.

Discovery, strategy & ideation
This is the most important phase of any creative endeavor, and that's our first step. Our only focus in this phase is to understand the goal of the project and which direction are we going. We do this by listening to your inputs, and expectations, as well as bringing reference material and ideas to the table.

"Without having a goal, it's difficult to score." - Paul Arden
I
Discovery, strategy & ideation
3D Product Animation Spinning Towards Camera Wireframe
Getting the 3D models ready
Now that the creative brainstorm has generated its gems, phase II starts. 3D models can be created from scratch, bought from marketplaces, or imported from other software — like the SolidWorks or Fusion 360 CAD files. Such models usually need adjustments to be production-ready, and we only move forward once we have awesome-looking models set up.
II
Getting the 3D models ready
Music and editing
In phase III we share a bunch of possible songs with you so we can choose the perfect one to match the mood of the video. We bring this early on because we'll also start blocking/editing the video right now, and we always edit to the music.
III
Music and editing
storyboard
Storyboard & Animatic
We don't want to invest a lot of time in an idea that won't work for you. That's why we create a draft of the whole video early on using a sequence of drawings, a montage of other finished relevant works, or a draft animation, so we have an easy way of visualizing and adjusting the ideas without losing time.
IV
Storyboard & Animatic
skiin_venus_draft_peregom_3d_product_animation
Preview animation
The final version of the 3D animation comes alive by the process of rendering. Rendering, however, is time-consuming and slow to iterate. That's why, before committing to the final results, we share a black & white (sometimes colorful) preview of the animation, so that you can see if that's aligned with your expectations.

This is the phase in which you'll be approving both camera and object animations.
V
Preview animation
skiin_venus_peregom_3d_product_animation
Styleframes
It's not fair looking at the fully animated video without knowing how the final look is going to be. We get it. That's why we create Styleframes.

These are static images rendered from the animation itself, in which you can see how the materials, lighting, textures, and other details are going to look like when the animation is finally rendered. We usually share 3 to 5 Styleframes.
VI
Styleframes
Notebook 3D Product Animation Wireframe
Render time!
You've already seen and approved how the model is looking, which song are we using, how the video is going to be, how the animation is flowing, and how the rendered scenes are looking like. Now we set everything up and let the computer work.

Rendering technologies have advanced a lot in recent years, but it's still a time-expensive task. Just so you have an idea, each second of video has (usually) from 24 to 30 frames.

That is, for 1 second of animation, there are at least 24 frames being rendered. Each frame can take from 5 to 30 minutes to render, depending on how many objects are there in the scene, what kind of materials (glass, metal, plastic, etc) are being used, if there are simulations or not, and the list goes on.

Considering the best scenario, it takes 24 (frames) x 5 (min) = 120 min, or 2 hours, to render 1 second of animation.

Well, that's definitely better than Frozen, the movie in which it took 30 hours to render each and every frame of the ice palace scene.
VII
Render time!
3D Render Comparing Two Scenes That Consist of a Crystal Ball and Flowers
Post-Production
You thought it was over after rendering, right? Well, why would we stop in there if we can enhance even more the visuals? This is the phase in which we color correct and color grade all the scenes.

We also add details and unexpected effects like object highlighting, motion blur, camera depth of field, lens flares, creative transitions. There's also a lot of work to adjust object reflections, change specific colors, mask undesired details, and run some minor fixes that do not ask for another re-rendering day.
VIII
Post-Production
gshock_text
Texts and overlays
Our images are crisp, color-perfect, and looking professional. Now we move to this phase, in which we add texts, shapes, and other kinds of overlays to send the correct message to the customer.

2D animations are not an extension of 3D, but rather a complete and amazing world to be explored, with a multitude of possibilities.
IX
Texts and overlays
Sound Effects
Sound is 50% of a video, you might have heard. It's the secret ingredient of amazing animations. It's responsible for turning a good video into an awesome one. Imagine doing this whole process to create the images, just to ignore such a secret ingredient.

Imagine seeing a heavy traffic scene without any sound of cars, or watching a splendid water simulation without any sounds to bring it alive.
X
Sound Effects
3D Product Animation Being Edited In Software
Wrapping up the final delivery
We do not deliver our animations without triple-checking everything. When everything is correct, we do a final render. Not a 3D long render. It's a shorter render to put everything we've created in the same video. It's time to bring your video to life, with 3D animations, 2D motion graphics and high-quality sound effects.
XI
Wrapping up the final delivery
You
Now you're sleeping better, sales are increasing, your business is growing, and the air you breathe feels fresher. It's time to celebrate and move on to the next project.
XII
You
Discovery, strategy & ideation
This is the most important phase of any creative endeavor, and that's our first step. Our only focus in this phase is to understand the goal of the project and which direction are we going. We do this by listening to your inputs, and expectations, as well as bringing reference material and ideas to the table.

"Without having a goal, it's difficult to score." - Paul Arden
I
Discovery, strategy & ideation
3D Product Animation Spinning Towards Camera Wireframe
Getting the 3D models ready
Now that the creative brainstorm has generated its gems, phase II starts. 3D models can be created from scratch, bought from marketplaces, or imported from other software — like the SolidWorks or Fusion 360 CAD files. Such models usually need adjustments to be production-ready, and we only move forward once we have awesome-looking models set up.
II
Getting the 3D models ready
Music and editing
In phase III we share a bunch of possible songs with you so we can choose the perfect one to match the mood of the video. We bring this early on because we'll also start blocking/editing the video right now, and we always edit to the music.
III
Music and editing
storyboard
Storyboard & Animatic
We don't want to invest a lot of time in an idea that won't work for you. That's why we create a draft of the whole video early on using a sequence of drawings, a montage of other finished relevant works, or a draft animation, so we have an easy way of visualizing and adjusting the ideas without losing time.
IV
Storyboard & Animatic
skiin_venus_draft_peregom_3d_product_animation
Preview animation
The final version of the 3D animation comes alive by the process of rendering. Rendering, however, is time-consuming and slow to iterate. That's why, before committing to the final results, we share a black & white (sometimes colorful) preview of the animation, so that you can see if that's aligned with your expectations.

This is the phase in which you'll be approving both camera and object animations.
V
Preview animation
skiin_venus_peregom_3d_product_animation
Styleframes
It's not fair looking at the fully animated video without knowing how the final look is going to be. We get it. That's why we create Styleframes.

These are static images rendered from the animation itself, in which you can see how the materials, lighting, textures, and other details are going to look like when the animation is finally rendered. We usually share 3 to 5 Styleframes.
VI
Styleframes
Notebook 3D Product Animation Wireframe
Render time!
You've already seen and approved how the model is looking, which song are we using, how the video is going to be, how the animation is flowing, and how the rendered scenes are looking like. Now we set everything up and let the computer work.

Rendering technologies have advanced a lot in recent years, but it's still a time-expensive task. Just so you have an idea, each second of video has (usually) from 24 to 30 frames.

That is, for 1 second of animation, there are at least 24 frames being rendered. Each frame can take from 5 to 30 minutes to render, depending on how many objects are there in the scene, what kind of materials (glass, metal, plastic, etc) are being used, if there are simulations or not, and the list goes on.

Considering the best scenario, it takes 24 (frames) x 5 (min) = 120 min, or 2 hours, to render 1 second of animation.

Well, that's definitely better than Frozen, the movie in which it took 30 hours to render each and every frame of the ice palace scene.
VII
Render time!
3D Render Comparing Two Scenes That Consist of a Crystal Ball and Flowers
Post-Production
You thought it was over after rendering, right? Well, why would we stop in there if we can enhance even more the visuals? This is the phase in which we color correct and color grade all the scenes.

We also add details and unexpected effects like object highlighting, motion blur, camera depth of field, lens flares, creative transitions. There's also a lot of work to adjust object reflections, change specific colors, mask undesired details, and run some minor fixes that do not ask for another re-rendering day.
VIII
Post-Production
gshock_text
Texts and overlays
Our images are crisp, color-perfect, and looking professional. Now we move to this phase, in which we add texts, shapes, and other kinds of overlays to send the correct message to the customer.

2D animations are not an extension of 3D, but rather a complete and amazing world to be explored, with a multitude of possibilities.
IX
Texts and overlays
Sound Effects
Sound is 50% of a video, you might have heard. It's the secret ingredient of amazing animations. It's responsible for turning a good video into an awesome one. Imagine doing this whole process to create the images, just to ignore such a secret ingredient.

Imagine seeing a heavy traffic scene without any sound of cars, or watching a splendid water simulation without any sounds to bring it alive.
X
Sound Effects
3D Product Animation Being Edited In Software
Wrapping up the final delivery
We do not deliver our animations without triple-checking everything. When everything is correct, we do a final render. Not a 3D long render. It's a shorter render to put everything we've created in the same video. It's time to bring your video to life, with 3D animations, 2D motion graphics and high-quality sound effects.
XI
Wrapping up the final delivery
You
Now you're sleeping better, sales are increasing, your business is growing, and the air you breathe feels fresher. It's time to celebrate and move on to the next project.
XII
You

Why Peregom

A high-end 3D product animation sets your brand ahead of the competition.

We have no doubt about it.

We make it happen.

Peregom is a studio specialized in 3D Product Animation that exists to help you sell your products with high-end professional videos. Our goal is to help bold and innovative businesses promote their products by creating videos targeted at the company’s audience.

You Are Exclusive

We take few projects simultaneously, so our attention is never divided. We value exclusivity.

We Are Specialists

We live and breathe 3D Product Animation every day. We know the trends, the techniques, the secrets, the shortcuts, and the outcomes.

Safe & Sound

We keep your files safe and sound from everyone by protecting every file on our end and working under NDAs to keep patented and secret technologies away from your competitors.

Focused On Sales

You need to sell your product. We know how to convey the message.

Cinematic 3D Animations

No boring videos allowed. We deliver cinematic experiences with both cutting-edge animation and professional sound effects.

Communication

Calls, instant messenger, or email. Effective communication is key to achieving a result we'll both be proud of. That's why we make ourselves available to talk about the details that meet your needs.

Trusted by people like you

Don’t take our word for it.

We're very happy with Peregom's works. Agility, availability, great technical knowledge, and not afraid of new challenges. Work was delivered on time with excellent quality.
Egio Roberto
CEO - Contouline / Body Health Brasil
Peregom has created videos that deliver our messages right to our target audience. Thanks to this work, we're getting excellent results in promoting our business.
Eduardo Moraes
Sales Manager - K-Açaí
We have just finished some projects with Peregom and we are very satisfied with the quality of the deliveries. Their commercial vision is very much aligned with what the market expects from the video creation side, not to mention that they've delivered all the projects amazingly fast. They're great professionals and we'll definitely continue working with them.
Wellington Menegheti
Marketing Analyst - Agroceres Binova
With competence and professionalism, Peregom brought my dreams to reality with much more perfection than I had imagined. Beyond executing the project, I received valuable opinions—which immensely enhanced the video results. After our first personal meeting, we only worked remotely and had support every time I needed it. I recommend them with my eyes closed and I hope to count with their competence and brilliant work for many years!​
Aretusa Cardoso
CEO - Tutuia

Past the ordinary

Imagine a premium 3D Product animation to skyrocket your sales.

A professional, functional video, focused on results.​

It's time to make it happen.

Fill our form below with information about your project to get an estimated price and schedule for your demand. It takes about 3 minutes, with no commitment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prices are based on the  complexity and the length (if it’s a video) of the project. Complexity varies depending on the use of simulations, exploded view, contextual backgrounds,  complex materials, modeling, etc.

It’s also important to consider that short and urgent deadlines, by nature, have a higher cost. To have an idea of your project’s  final cost, send us a message.

No. We charge based on the project, after considering your specific demand. As stated in the previous answer, there are many variables involved in a 3D rendering process, making two different 1 min briefings a world apart in terms of complexity of execution. Therefore, values are defined by the project. That way, you’ll know exactly how much you’ll be investing since the beginning, no surprises.

Yes, there is. Depending on the number of products you need rendering/animation for, you can access bundle prices. However, this discount does not contemplate the promise of future deals.

A 3D visualization video usually takes 15 to 20 days for delivery. For a Cinematic 3D Product Animation, we ask for 30 to 60 days, depending on the project.
This heavily depends on the complexity of the project, so you’ll have a proper estimate when you share your specific case with us.

You don’t! If you want to have a video, but don’t know exactly how to start, we’ll help you get to the final result!

It is not necessary, for we also offer modeling services. However, if you already own the 3D model, both the deadline and the project cost will be reduced.

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