I have a client that desires to have copyrighted music in the video content that I shoot and edit for her. I try out music in Garageband and other methods of free music but I know she wants certain songs to go along with the videos she imagines.
Although I am getting paid by her to do these videos, they are only going on her YouTube and YouTube usually recognizes the song and (to make things fair) puts an add for the particular song below the video. She knows this and is still fine with using copyrighted music.
Hi, I'm a student filmmaker who's new to these forums. I've been making shitty little short videos for two years, but at the end of the last school year I worked with a production theater next to my school to make this sketch. And I'm just looking for opinions on it.
When I watch it, my only change would be to add more jokes. The video is basically one long joke, but if I could change it I would add more jokes in general. But yeah, thank you for any criticism or whatnot!
I'm new to this site so sorry if this is not what you talk about or if I put it into the wrong section but I have seen a lot of tv and youtube videos where people insert others videos into theirs. I'd like to know how to do this legally.
I'm working on a project about a trip to Philippines. I shoot it with a Sony NXCAM NX5U camera.
I filmed in 1920*1080 23.976p and it's my setting in my NLE, Sony Vegas Pro.
So, I did a trailer because I want to advertise my film on youtube.
I would like to know which "export settings" is the best when we want to upload a video on youtube. I mean, when I go in the menu " Render as" in vegas, which options becomes the best way to keep the overall quality of the entire project without degrading too much the pictures.