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I just got an email from a local company that wants to work with me on several video projects. In their introduction email, they specified that the videos need to be produced under FMV standards…how does this apply to videography? A google search only turned up Fair Market Value items that apply to health insurance companies…
Any help on clearing this up, much appreciated!
are you a gamer? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_motion_video
Hmm…full motion video. Maybe that’ll be what it means, though I would have thought 30fps video is pretty much a given nowadays. The company wants taped segments, greenscreen, and CGI stuff done for them, but the emphasis seems to be on video taping.