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  6. Sample Directors Treatment Notes

    Ok, I suppose I could condense whatever form my info would take (ebook, email course, etc). If you (this is open to anyone on the forum) want me to touch on any topics more than others, I'd be happy to consider. Does anyone have a preference as to the delivery method? Email? Ebook? Anyone, interested in one-on-one treatment writing mentoring? I could arrange that too if anybody has questions.
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    Looking for Production assistants. Anyone interested to join production pls mail your CV to waseemproduction@gmail.com
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    Thanks Jason! This was awesome! I am sure lots of us would be interested but not in 8 week. Its too lloong!
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    We have been associated with various prestigious International and Indian organizations for last Two decades . We have been facilitating them in the entire shooting process and. Our core competency is working in different parts of India. We are based in Jaipur and having office in Mumbai. The location scouting, location permissions and fixing, Logistics, Assigning crew, Coordination on shoot and other logistic activities are our forte`.We can handle Features Films/Commercials/Documentaries Films/Still Shoots /Promos/ Serials / Songs Picturisation / Events Management in Rajasthan and other parts of India
  12. Sample Directors Treatment Notes

    Hi. I'm Jason Pedley - treatment writer. This seems to be a pretty popular little page for those in your region seeking to learn more about writing TVC treatments. I get a lot of traffic to my site from this thread. First of all, no worries about sharing my work (Other treatment writers might feel otherwise about their work being shared here. Just an FYI. Not me.) If you didn't already know, treatment writing is competitive. You have to be good at it. Sure - tens of thousands of treatments are written every year for commercials. And yes, there are some directors who are bent on writing their own TVC treatments, no matter what. So that still leaves a decent number for the rest of us to write, right? Sure. But, just because there's a lot of work in the industry, doesn't mean you can just walk in and start writing treatments. Also, reviewing a few example treatments won't make you a better treatment writer. You have to work really hard at it. It's a craft - not something you learn overnight. Take a moment right now and ask yourself: Can I really (REALLY) describe characters in a way that will draw in the agency and stay true to the director's vision? Do I understand the reasoning behind the director's decision to use street-casting for this particular brand? Is there anything I shouldn't say in the treatment - things that may offend the brand, for example? What is the brand's voice? How can I work that into the treatment without it coming off as awkward? Can I describe the director's preferred location in a way that sells it to the client and agency? Can I handle the intricacies that come with special types of commercials? (A car commercial is a great example of this.) These are just a sample of questions that treatment samples won’t answer for you. Not at all. Not even close. Having samples means you've barely scratched the surface. Look, I want every treatment writer (including you) to be a great treatment writer. It elevates the entire industry when we all become better. But if you think that, just because there's work, you should go after it...you may be sorely disappointed. If a director or a production house hires you for a treatment and you don't pull it off 100%, I can promise you that A) You will likely never be told what you did wrong, and You will never hear from them, or any of their directors, again. So, while it's true that there are plenty of TVCs being produced and treatments written for them, each production house has a number of directors on roster. If you annoy the production house with sub-par treatment work, you'll have likely cut yourself off from working with them as well as ANY of their directors in the future. See how that works? You don't want that, and I don't want that for you. What I DO want for you is SUCCESS. I'm here too offer you a solution. Let's find a way to collaborate in some way to make ALL of us better at writing TVC treatments. How do we do that? Well, you tell me. First of all, I don't work for free, (and neither should you) but I'm open to ideas that could help the entire group. Would you like to have me review your treatments in an intensive one-on-one coaching format that will help you learn from each treatment you write (BEFORE THE DIRECTOR SEES IT) and make you a progressively better treatment writer? Would you like to take part in an 8-week course (that I haven't finished yet) on writing basic treatments that will save you from angering directors and production houses? What would you be willing to pay for these things in order to be a more experienced and profitable treatment writer? I'm open to ideas - let's keep this dialogue going so we ALL get better at our craft. Thank you. Jason Pedley TVC Treatment Writer
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  14. Drashti Dhami in our new TVC for Brahmi Oil directed by Shikha and shot by Param. Client : Bajaj Brahmi Oil Agency: Mullen Lintas, Mumbai Production House : Kiss Films Creatives: Satish Sethumadhvan Agency Film Head :Satyajit Ganu Client Servicing: Manish Somani, Shrirang Deodhar Director: Shikha Makan 1st A.D: Vishal Mudra DOP: Paramvir Singh Producer: Dalbir Singh, Paramvir Singh EP: Anuradha Sachdev Art Direction: Nikita Verma Hair Stylist : Mili Make Up: Shaili Nayak Costume Stylist: Prachiti Parekh Line Producer: Salim Memon Editor: Faraz Malik Grade: Shivesh Katewa Online: Gautam Indulkar (Splice Studio) Post Studio: Splice Studioz Post Production Supervisor: Rohit Awatramani Music Composer: Atif Afzal VO: Drashti Dhami Sound Studio: Tonic (The Sound Factory ), Mumbai Sound Engineer: Sashvat Suresh (Tonic Studio) Accounts: Umair Memon Office Boy: Ramesh Bhoir
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    For starters EQing will help you retrieve some clean recording. Also try SpectralRepair a software that helps you deal with this. " Spectral Repair in iZotope RX 6 is the key to discovering what your waveform won't show you. Use familiar drawing tools to identify and select problem frequencies and unwanted sounds. Salvage unusable material by filling in audio gaps instantly. With a unique visualization and a variety of selection tools at your fingertips, Spectral Repair lets you get closer to your audio—and take a hands-on approach to repairing and enhancing it. Once a problem sound has been identified, the Spectral Repair algorithms—available in the module or Instant Process Tool—are able to resynthesize the audio while taking into consideration tonal harmonics, nonlinear pitch changes like vibrato, background noise characteristics, and transient events. With the power of these tools, you can remove or attenuate unwanted, interfering sounds—from barking dogs and breath noises to string squeaks, fret noise, and missed/wrong notes. RX 6 Advanced includes a multi-resolution mode that more accurately separates unwanted noise and desired audio."
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  19. Name : Suraj Roy Age : 25 Height : 5'10" Contact : 9967080351 Experience : I have worked in the film NOOR starring Sonakshi Sinha produced by Abundantia Entertainment and T Series. Location : Mumbai. Thank you.
  20. Actors needed for a Short-film project that will be shot entirely in Kodaikanal. Criteria: Male - Age 24-30 Female - Age 23-30 **Fluent in English* If interested please forward your details to the following mail id madmonkmadhu@gmail.com
  21. Sharp Corporation announces the release of the 8C-B60A 8K (60p) professional camcorder, a world’s first, integrating capabilities for video shooting and recording, playback, and line output. The 8C-B60A was developed with technical cooperation from Astrodesign, Inc.*4 (Head office: Ota, Tokyo; President and CEO: Shigeaki Suzuki), a company possessing 8K image technologies. Besides the ability to shoot images in high resolution 8K (60p), this camcorder is designed to offer ease of use in shooting and recording and to lessen the burden on the camera operator in the post-recording editing process. The 8C-B60A’s image pickup device is a large, Super 35-mm-equivalent CMOS image sensor with 33 million pixels. Compression utilizes a coding method*5 that exerts minimal burden on the CPU, thus enabling efficient 8K (60p)-image editing and approximately 40 minutes of continuous recording (when using the bundled 2-TB SSD pack). Because it allows real-time output of 8K uncompressed images at the same time that recording is taking place, the 8C-B60A can be used for live transmissions as well. With this professional-use camcorder as the entry point to the creation of 8K images, Sharp is striving to disseminate 8K image content in its aim of establishing an 8K ecosystem at the earliest possible date. The 8C-B60A 8K professional camcorder will be on display at the Sharp booth at the International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition 2017 (Inter BEE 2017) at the Makuhari Messe in Mihama, Chiba, Japan from November 15 to 17, 2017. Major Features 1. World’s first camcorder integrating capabilities for video shooting and recording, playback, and line output for 8K (60p). 2. Compatible with 8K (60p) shooting thanks to a large, Super 35-mm-equivalent CMOS image sensor with 33 million pixels. 3. Realizes 4:2:2 sampling*6 and 10-bit recording of 8K (60p) images. A compression method that exerts low burden on the CPU makes editing more efficient and allows approximately 40 minutes of continuous recording (when using 2TB SSD pack). 4. Real-time output of uncompressed 8K (60P) images can be performed simultaneously with recording (equipped with quad-link 12G-SDI output terminal), making possible live 8K transmissions and replay output after recording. 5. Built-in SSD back slot for recording media. Realizes one-person operation at 8K shooting with V-mount battery drive. *1 As of July 2017. (based on Sharp survey) *2 Displays 60 frames per second (progressive). *3 The 8C-B60A requires a commercially available lens, viewfinder, microphone, etc. *4 Business fields: Design, manufacture, and sale of video and still image peripherals and software, HDTV studio peripherals, digital-broadcast-related peripherals, and display measuring instruments; sale of modules and systems related to communication, control, and measurement. *5 Grass Valley HQX Codec *6 One of the standardized methods for sampling digital video signals. Specifications Camera Section Image sensor (number of effective pixels) Super 35 mm equivalent single plate CMOS image sensor (approx. 33 million pixels) Built-in neutral density filter Clear, 1/4ND, 1/16ND, 1/64ND Lens mount PL mount Electronic shutter 1/24, 1/48, 1/50, 1/60, 1/100, 1/120, 1/240, 1/480, 1/960, 1/1920 Variable shutter (1/24 sec. to 1/10000 sec.) Frame frequency 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60 Hz Gamma curve HLG (dynamic range 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, 2000%) Log gamma Color gamut ITU-R BT.2020 Input/Output Terminal SDI output BNC×4 4K output and 8K output switchable At the 4K output:quad-link 3G-SDI, 4:2:2 2SI At the 8K output: quad-link 12G-SDI, 4:2:2 2SI BNC×1 For HD WFM (with focus assist function) 1.5G-SDI 4:2:2 (Gamma HLG/Log Gamma compatible) Analog audio input AUDIO IN XLR type 3 pin (concave) × 2 (compatible with phantom power supply) Mic input MIC IN XLR type 5-pin (stereo) (concave) × 1 (compatible with phantom power supply) Others MADI audio input, TC IN / OUT, genlock, lens remote, headphone output, speaker output, 10 GbE (for file transfer) Recording Section SD card SDHC × 1 (for proxy recording and firmware update) Storage SSD pack (MM-210) Number of slots ×1 Duration Approx. 40 min. (when 2TB SSD pack used) Video Codec Grass Valley HQX Codec (7680×4320 4:2:2 10-bit) Video compression rate 6 Gbps (8K 60p: approx. 1/7 compression) Audio format Linear PCM 24-bit 48kHz 32 ch General Power supply DC 12V to 17V Weight Approx. 5 kg (body unit) External dimensions (W × H × D) W155 × H188 × D312 mm (not including protrusions) Power consumption Approx. 80W (non-recording) Accessories AC/DC adapter 130W 13V DC output AC/DC adapter XLR 4-pin (concave) MM-210 SSD pack 2 TB x 1 User manual CD-ROM x 1 File transfer software CD-ROM: 10GbE (during Pear to pear network) Data transfer software via transfer BOX Compatible both Win and Mac
  22. Hi guys, I had gone on location to find loud crickets coming from multiple areas and giving me hell in my tracks. what are the possible ways of dealing with them on location. i have taken ambience tones. Advice is appreciated. thanks
  23. Opening for Photographers & Videographers(Mumbai) for Corporate Events, Exhibitions & Weddings If interested drop your profile at info@mindtwisterfilms.com and take an appointment.. Thanks and Regards, Ashish Kumar Director Mind Twister Films Pvt. Ltd. Tel: +91-8860501673/+91-9867592920 E-mail: info@mindtwisterfilms.com
  24. Videographers Wanted

    "Coffee" India's 1st and only High Fashion Newspaper Magazine concept for Urban Youth, both in print and in social media. We are inviting videographers to shoot teasers for coffee. interested ones can mail your profile on mention id. Mail id:- coffeemate.in@gmail.com
  25. Sample Directors Treatment Notes

    Director's treatment note for McDonal'ds
  26. Sample Directors Treatment Notes

    Director's treatment note for Persil
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