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Videomaker Releases Top 5 Essential Forms for Video

CHICO, Calif., Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --  Videomaker, the premiere website and magazine for all things video, has released the five most essential video production forms to help videographers keep their video projects on track this holiday season.  These five forms are normally only available with the purchase of Videomaker's popular Book of Forms, long recognized as the most comprehensive collection of legal, maintenance and administrative forms designed entirely for videographers and video professionals.  Shot logs, scene/take logs, storyboards, video equipment checklists and model release forms are now free to download on the Videomaker website.

These professional video forms are designed for use by working videographers and filmmakers. They are free to download and use, so the dedicated videographer can keep his video shoots on schedule and on budget.

Download your free forms at  http://www.videomaker.com/video-production-forms-download

These forms include:

Shot Log – Proper shot logs form the essential guide to your inventory of footage when one is ready to edit. Record the precise times and lengths of scenes to make editing easier.

Scene/Take Log – Another essential tool in editing, the Scene/Take log helps give a better idea of where every piece of footage should appear in the video. This is the form that helps videographers visualize how every scene fits into the narrative.

Storyboard – Using a storyboard can help communicate important decisions regarding the composition and framing of each shot when it's time to shoot: Actors will have a better idea of where they're supposed to stand, cinematographers and directors will better understand how a scene is supposed to look, and investors will know that they're backing a real professional.

Video Equipment Checklist – It's every video creator's nightmare to show up at a shoot and suddenly realize that they've forgotten some essential piece of equipment. A tiny slip-up can ruin plans for a whole day, so professional videographers always keep a video equipment checklist to avoid this problem.

Model Release – Protect all that hard work and earnings. Be prepared if one of the subjects suddenly decides that he or she does not want the video released.  This is the form that will make sure that no one can hold the video hostage or prevent its release.

Don't rely on memory to plan and organize the video production. These free forms will help plan the details ahead of time so a video director can instead focus on making the best video possible.

Download your free forms at  http://www.videomaker.com/video-production-forms-download

ABOUT VIDEOMAKER

Founded in 1986, Videomaker was the first magazine to introduce video to a mass, non-industry audience.  Though the video field has exploded dramatically in recent years, Videomaker still remains dedicated to its core mission: To encourage aspiring directors and documentarians to use video technology to find their own voices and tell their own stories.  Today, Videomaker  has grown to also become a robust online community, offering a full line of training DVDs, videos-on-demand and a series of webinars and hands-on video training workshops.

SOURCE Videomaker



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