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Posted: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 07:39PM
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Hi is there anyone out there who has submitted to ITV just wondered if they have had any feedback.

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Posted: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 09:33AM
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Not ITV, but to CNBC - any good?

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Posted: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 06:46PM
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MattDavis,
Sounds interesting but no not really I was just trying to get feedback form anyone else who's registered as an ITV prducer. Thanks anyway. What did you submit Drama Comedy Entertainment ???

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Posted: Sun, 01 Oct 2006 04:27PM
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> Drama, Comedy, Entertainment?



If only... No - infomercials.

DVCAM originated (DSR-570) material, FCP all the way through (some motion graphics), mastered to DigiBeta. Everything absolutely fine, except for one thing: my audio levels. Bit too hot. No problem, just a slapped wrist. My dynamic range was a little too, erm, optimistic. Like tuning from Radio 4 to Capital.

Corporate video production is a bit like that...


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