Readers will learn how to decide whether a sound license is required and if so, whom to contact and how. A sample license request letter is provided as a sidebar. Also covered are the differences among synchronization, master use, broadcast and Internet licenses.
In speaking to investors last week, Sony has announced that it will be making changes to return the ailing electronics giant to profitability. Changes include spinning off Sony’s audio and video business into a wholly owned subsidiary. Additionally, Sony mentioned the possibility of selling off their smartphone and television business entirely.
For many video producers making media is a solitary activity. Whether out of necessity or preference, they do most of their work alone. There are times, however, when the scope of a project requires more hands than one person can provide.
Each and every year the International Consumer Electronics Show holds the promise of amazing new gear, hundreds of product announcements, thousands of small independents showing off innovation the world has never seen and a chance to rub elbows with the industry’s top players. Videomaker will be there to report the latest and greatest news in video!
As CES 2015 continues to inch closer the rumor mill continues to churn out possible announcements and releases. Some confirm what we already suspected, while some are further-fetched, but still excitement-inducing.
Just about the same time much of the world is bidding adieu to 2014, a crushing hangover and a few days off from work, the Consumer Electronics Show will roll into Las Vegas to show off the latest in electronics. Each year, an unofficial theme tends to take shape, with manufacturers rolling out their hottest products for our living rooms, car dashboards, and - for some of us - our tripods.
Experienced video producers understand the monumental effort involved in any video production, large or small — but does your client? Here’s how to educate them on the video production process so that everyone comes away satisfied.
Altermedia’s Studio Suite has been a standard in studio management software for the better part of two decades, and the experience shows in their latest release, Studio Suite Xi. Designed to be the go-to platform to simplify workflows in pretty much any production environment, how does the current generation compete in an increasingly competitive space?