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Clint Nitkiewicz Hernandez
How much should I charge? What should a good rate be? Need asap! Thanks!
on Dec 17, 2006 at 8:56:50 pm

I need to know what is a good rate. Here is my experience. http://www.newelementproductions.com

For a whole dvd authoring, step by step,

Let me know how this sounds, too much, too little, based on my experience.

2 Motion Menus and 7 still menus - $200
DVD authoring only, no encoding, just authoring,- $200

or should I charge an hour?

how does $25 an hour sound

- thanks



Clint Nitkiewicz Hern


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eric
Re: How much should I charge? What should a good rate be? Need asap! Thanks!
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on Dec 17, 2006 at 11:53:36 pm

You did all those menus and your asking us how much to charge!? :-)

What did you charge for the stuff you've already done? $25.00 is super cheap and your obviously better than that!

What ever you do don't lower your rates just to get a gig...period :)


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Clint Nitkiewicz Hernandez
Re: How much should I charge? What should a good rate be? Need asap! Thanks!
on Dec 18, 2006 at 12:54:40 am

Well this is for freelance gigs from post companys. $25 is too cheap per hour? What do you think I could charge per hour, I dont wan to offend the company and ruin the relationship if I bid too high. Can you recommend a rate for me? $35, $50 per hour? I know entry level is $15, but dont know the high end of the curve. I know I am leaning towards the high end, but dont want to bid too high. So can you just give like a number estimate what you think I am worth so I could get a rough idea. How much do the disney, pixar authorers, menu designers earn, and compared to guys like me with smaller clients.

Clint Nitkiewicz Hern


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eric
Re: How much should I charge? What should a good rate be? Need asap! Thanks!
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on Dec 18, 2006 at 2:50:30 am

I'm I guess it all depends on how much work you have at the time and how much you think your worth. I'm freelance as well and I'll charge anywhere from $350-450/day to $90.00 / hour. I just finished a disc similar to your. $2800.00 was the total. Remember, your freelance - you have a right to charge more than an hourly employee. Your stuff is great - I'd say $50.00/hr - thats what the guy who changes my brakes charges me :-)


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