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The engineer is the "equipment operator". His expertise is choosing the right equipment for the job and using it in the right way to achieve the desired effect. His role is analogous to that of the cameraman in film production. The producer is kind of like a project manager. His job is to get all the individuals - musicians, vocalists, engineers - to ...


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Informally, I would think this would be a bad idea - you really don't want to annoy the directors by spamming them with emails. I speak to a lot of festival directors on behalf of my band (music, not video, but I feel the principle holds true anyway) and what they want to see is evidence of your following, examples of your work, and positive evidence that ...


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_engineering Producer, engineer, mixer Phil Ek has described audio engineering as the "physical recording of any project—the placing of microphones, the turning of pre-amp knobs, the setting of levels—and the producer is the guy who directs that process." Producer says: "Make the bass beat phatter". The ...


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Little bit confused. The title of the question refers to workflow but then in the description you ask for advice on how to cut it together... Might just do my best to answer both. Workflow. You should shoot on your 60D mostly as that'll give you the better looking image. Use the point and shoot if you're doing anything that might compromise the safety of ...


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Take a look at http://www.premierepro.net where I'm sharing some project templates. If more people share their own templates there, it will become a great resource for free Premiere Pro templates. Everything you see on http://www.premierepro.net is free for both commercial and private use, and you can even download free sample chapters from the book "The ...


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Fedex has the highest bandwidth around... Mailing laptop hard drives, SSDs or USB sticks is probably your best bet and may well be cheaper than upgrading your Internet upload capabilities. Alternately, if you need a way to handle it over the Internet, I'd actually recommend getting a virtual private server. You might be able to find a file sharing service ...


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Without being able to find a definitive answer, I logged into my Withoutabox account and began emailing festival directors and simply asking them. Being that there is no absolute format to how films are chosen for festivals, I received a WIDE range of replies, including: Support from fans would help if the fans are local to the festival who would be ...


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DVDStyler is a cross platform, free DVD authoring tool. It probably has all the features you want, and works pretty good. Usage is really easy as seen on their guide.


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Windows Movie Maker and Windows DVD Maker. Both are free and already installed on your PC if you have Vista (go to Start > All Programs - i don't remember)


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A quick google and the 3rd result is this article on how to write a product review... Finding examples is easy, just do a youtube search or google "Canon 550d Video Review" or any other product event or service. Just add "video review" to the end. I dont think you will find any specific tutorials or resources on how to produce review videos. Making good ...


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iMovie is extremely easy to use - maybe you just need to find some local classes or a friend who can walk you through the process? Alternately, try writing up the screenplay version of your story so you can shop it around to local producers. If you can write out a compelling story, you will have an easier to finding people to collaborate with you. And the ...



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