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Emile WamstekerDelivery Workflow: Content, CDN, DVD?
by on Apr 20, 2010 at 3:03:06 pm

I should preface this by saying that I'm new to video production and have a background as a still photographer who is positioning himself as a multimedia producer. I've completed my first corporate job and have some questions about video delivery workflow.

What are you doing in terms of review and approval delivery of multi-
cam setups. Do you just submit Camera A for review and approval, or
are you showing them the take from each and every camera.

Also, I wonder what others are doing in the review and approval
workflow process in general.

For example, we decided for this job that we would at first send the
client only --A-roll, Camera A--footage with burned in time code to get approval on interview sound bites. The client will see the footage (A- roll, Camera A) in its entirety (with nominal pre-trimming to
eliminate producer's voice) compressed at low quality, uploaded to a CDN. They will see no B-roll, and no Camera B, at this point.

Once we get approval on the sound bites, we'll do a rough cut--which
will then include edited b-roll along with Camera B selects--for a
second round of review and approval.

In sum, how much of the raw footage are you delivering on a multi-cam
setup, and how many steps do you allow for in the review and approval
process. Also, we are uploading to a CDN. Is this the standard, or
are you burning to DVD, or uploading to your website?

Thanks in advance for all your feedback.

Cheers,

-Emile Wamsteker


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David LeesRe: Delivery Workflow: Content, CDN, DVD?
by on Apr 20, 2010 at 3:17:29 pm

Don't Worry you are on the right track. Your approval system is sound.

As for getting the footage to the client, to us it depends on what the client would prefer.

Regards,

David Lees | Producer | Key West Video
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Noah KadnerRe: Delivery Workflow: Content, CDN, DVD?
by on Apr 20, 2010 at 10:51:14 pm

I don't think I've ever sent raw camera footage to a client unless they very expressly request it which hasn't happened yet. Typically they'll want to review at least a rough assembly edit of the work you shot so they understand how it all fits together.

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grinner hesterRe: Delivery Workflow: Content, CDN, DVD?
by on Apr 26, 2010 at 12:59:07 am

[Emile Wamsteker] "What are you doing in terms of review and approval delivery of multi-
cam setups. Do you just submit Camera A for review and approval, or
are you showing them the take from each and every camera."

no, I go ahead and edit what they wanna see then show em a rough cut for approval.





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Fernando MolRe: Delivery Workflow: Content, CDN, DVD?
by on May 6, 2010 at 2:04:15 pm

I just send full reels to clients that actually want to specifically select shots. This can be a trap, because if your client select great takes then they made your job easier, but they can also make a mess when they don't have a sense of editing and select pieces from here and there that are a hell to match, specially in interviews.

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