Video Editing

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Hi,

I hope you might be able to help me editing new event footage and re editing my old footage.








I use video extensively to promote what we do to prospective clients (note - we produce the videos for ourselves not for our clients)

This has worked very well for us.

My ideal situation would be to film each event, take pics and then have them professionally edited into a promotional video which I can load onto my site.

This is what happens at present. But it's all a bit rough round the edges.

We shoot stills with a Nikon D50 which produces good results, and we shoot the video with a Sony Pd170 (it's actually a Sony DCR VX2100E, which I am told is a rebadged Pd150 or Pd170) Anyway it shoots very well in low light and I can't yet afford to move to HD when I get (to my eye) great results with the old Sony.

I then bring this into my mac and edit on imovie HD 6.0.3 (I haven't got my head around the latest version on imovie yet).

I output full quality then using Quicktime I save as HD 480p which seems to give me a great pic quality and a compact size.

The vid is then uploaded to Youtube and embedded into either one of my web pages or my blog.

So:-

Can you edit my latest event footage and pictures into a 90 sec or 2min promotional video?

Can you give me a price.

Also are you able to turn your attention to re editing my other videos? (I still have all the original DV tapes)

I would have thought that it would be great to be able to have a universal look for the videos as in branded?

My promos are aimed at several distinct markets. (Most popular first)

1. 18th Birthday parties
2. 40th Birthday Parties
3. Anniversary parties
4. Corporate Balls
5. Weddings

How do you think you might be able to help make my vids slicker, professional and ultimately help me win more biz?

I do realise that ultimately I should have someone like you film the events. This is actually quite difficult as the clients are just about happy with me walking round with a camera. They won't stand a pro coming in, it would probably be too much. Unless I can sell them an event vid but I have tried that in the past and it's hard work.

And yes I need a Stendicam for my event walkthroughs!

Yours,








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