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Scott Carnegie

Media Mogul, Magician, Musician. 13 years working in TV, 6 years running MediaCircus.TV, lives in Winnipeg.
Member Since:
March 5th 2009
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100 posts
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Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
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Trade Production Services for Part Company Ownership
by Scott Carnegie 3 years ago
Often times I have small and medium business say they would like to work with me but can't afford me. While looking at some other business options I came across an interesting concept. Trading media p
Re: Trade Production Services for Part Company Ownership
by Scott Carnegie 3 years ago
The funny thing is that I did have a barter at her previous gym, but this this new one is only having fitness classes, no weights, so it has nothing to offer as far as barter goes. And yes I can have
Paying Freelancers
by Sam Rappold 3 years ago
I am planning a shoot in late January for which I am going to be hiring a couple of freelancers. It is my first real experience with hiring talent, so I am a little lost. I am doing this as an individ
Re: Paying Freelancers
by Scott Carnegie 3 years ago
They are freelancers, not employees. They invoice, you pay, they are responsible for their own taxes. www.MediaCircusTV.com Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
DSLR Footage Screener
by Scott Carnegie 6 years ago
We're shooting more DSLR footage and I'd like a way to properly screen and make EDL's that can import into Avid Media Composer for linking via AMA. We currently do this with Sony XDCAM footage via Son
Chicago Sun-Times lays off all photographers
by Nick Griffin 6 years ago
Woke up this morning to hear this depressing news and thought back to how much this parallels the situation in many local TV stations were reporters are sent out alone with a low cost camera and tripo
Re: Chicago Sun-Times lays off all photographers
by Scott Carnegie 6 years ago
The business is constantly changing, thats the market of supply and demand. Change with it or perish. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Copyright video question
by Aaron Sheffield 6 years ago
Problem I am sure many of you have had... I have a client who is very persistent in wanting to use copyrighted material, i.e. old movie clips and or music, in a video production that will be shown com
Re: Copyright video question
by Scott Carnegie 6 years ago
I have a line item in my contracts that says that I will not knowingly violate copyright on any terms. Even if you have a contract that shifts liability to the client you can still be held liable. A c
Should I drop this freelance project?
by Eric Kim 7 years ago
Okay, I know I did a stupid thing by taking on this project but I just started in this business and I was desperate for work. Basically, I was hired to do an assembly edit and I was told it would take
Re: Should I drop this freelance project?
by Scott Carnegie 7 years ago
Take the money, hand over the files and walk away. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
new services at Vimeo
by Jeremy Doyle 7 years ago
This certainly looks like it could help the independent producer. I'll be interested to see how it plays out. https: vimeo.com 49684456 Jeremy Doyle http: www.jeremydoyle.com
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Re: new services at Vimeo
by Scott Carnegie 7 years ago
I like it. Making it easy to support the content creators is a good thing. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Digital Download security to prevent file-sharing?
by Seth Blaustein 7 years ago
I am preparing to launch a business that sells how-to videos for sports players. I am considering these three models for customer delivery: 1. Streaming service that provides the customer with a uniqu
Re: Digital Download security to prevent file-sharing?
by Scott Carnegie 7 years ago
But if you are going to choose option 1 2 or 3, definitely don't do the DVD hard copy. Waste of resources, your cost goes up, and who buys sports training DVD's anymore Have it available on-line so th
Including Yourself In Kickstarter.com Budget
by Steve Crow 7 years ago
Here's my overall question when it comes to Kickstarter campaigns, is it cool normal or just weird and wrong for the funding request to include living expenses and or fees for the documentary filmmake
Re: Including Yourself In Kickstarter.com Budget
by Scott Carnegie 7 years ago
Perception of being "greedy". I don't think it's greedy to want to get paid for your time. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Day Rates?
by shane jenny 8 years ago
How do I determine my day rate What is yours What is industry standard LOVE you guys gals. "Just along for the ride"
Re: Day Rates?
by Scott Carnegie 8 years ago
$400 for my labour for full day up to 8 hours, $250 for a half day up to 4 hours. Camera or editing gear is extra. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Scott Carnegie liked this 8 years ago
Real Estate Video
by Frank Giardina 8 years ago
Hi... We have a potential opportunity shooting Real Estate Video. Is anyone doing that, and how do you structure your pricing Best Regards!!! Frank Giardina 17 Video Production
Re: Real Estate Video
by Scott Carnegie 8 years ago
I have not done it but by most of what I read about other peoples experiences it is very difficult to make it worthwhile. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
" Worth It Anymore"??
by Andy jackson 8 years ago
I started in the video production business in 1986 at the age of 16 working for two well established companies in my area. I m now 41. I got very lucky at the time to get the both jobs by sending out
Re: " Worth It Anymore"??
by Scott Carnegie 8 years ago
Consider diversifying and moving towards creating your own intellectual property; films, documentaries, training videos, mobile apps etc. This is exactly what I am starting to do, working on my first
Protecting YouTube files
by Olly Lawer 8 years ago
Hi, Just had a 4am idea! But as usual it's littered with problems. Some customers are put off by the relatively high prices of video production. A few hundred pounds upwards. So, just had the idea tha
Re: Protecting YouTube files
by Scott Carnegie 8 years ago
Interesting idea. Watermark with your logo in the bottom left corner perhaps Have a signed contract clearly stating the terms. YOU own the video, you are just licensing it to them for the duration agr
Videographer in Arizona
by Scott Carnegie 8 years ago
I have a client that needs a videographer in Arizona, contact me if you can help scott@mediacircus.tv www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
$ Rate per minute but POST-PROD ONLY
by Pat Tremblay 8 years ago
Hi, Been wondering how much individuals prod companies charge in general when they are asked to do the post-production only. I've seen posts mentioning rates, but only per finished minute, which are,
Re: $ Rate per minute but POST-PROD ONLY
by Scott Carnegie 8 years ago
$350 day for the editor $150 day for the edit suite. This is what I charge for corporate clients. The edit suite is a custom-built Avid Media Composer. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Win
MOTION GRAPHICS NEEDED :60 non profit PSA
by Cathy SitaRam 9 years ago
We need an experienced motion graphics designer to lay 2-3 lower 3rd titles and slate for a 60 sec PSA for a non profit disabilities group. Clean look needed. Very low budget. Send us an email with so
Re: EDITOR NEEDED :60 non profit PSA
by Scott Carnegie 9 years ago
I am interested, please post your contact information. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
archiving project files
by clyde villegas 9 years ago
Do you guys archive project files (like Premiere Pro file including downloaded raw files) I'm asking because one of my clients asked for another version of their video, so I need to open the project f
Re: archiving project files
by Scott Carnegie 9 years ago
I work on Avid. I archive the project, all sources files, rendered files and consolidate the finished project and keep all of the material I used and delete what I didn't use. Sometimes I won't consol
breaking in to local commercials
by Jensen Yancey 9 years ago
right now I'm a student at Texas A&M hoping to get in to some kind of video production when I graduate, and one thing I've noticed since I've lived in College station is that the local commercials are
Re: breaking in to local commercials
by Scott Carnegie 9 years ago
I used to work at a small market TV station doing camera for this exact thing; the local commercials. Yep, sometimes the salesmen would write the scripts and we'd have 30 minutes to shoot and a half d
Green Screen
by Thomas Hughes 10 years ago
Is there a quick and easy way to do green screen really well It seems everywhere I look I see really good examples of it: on youtube, by high school kids, college kids, hobbyists, on local tv stations
Re: Green Screen
by Scott Carnegie 9 years ago
It's not hard if it's lit properly, I have seen many poorly lit green screens that required a lot of work to pull off. One time I had to re-shoot one that was done by a clients internal people because
How you know when you need a real script writer for your industrials
by Mark Suszko 9 years ago
http: www.youtube.com watch v=RXJKdh1KZ0w&feature=related I think every one of us has worked on a project like this at some point.
Re: How you know when you need a real script writer for your industrials
by Scott Carnegie 9 years ago
I imagine that someone in that industry would understand what he's talking about. www.MediaCircus.TV Media Production Services Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Editing the Olympics
by Scott Carnegie 10 years ago
Hi folks. I am working for one of Canada's national broadcasters who are also part of the Olympics Consortium and one of the Host Broadcasters for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. We are using a lot of Av
Re: Editing the Olympics
by brian waz 10 years ago
Glad it was a good time for you, on the CTV side at the IBC we were on 12 hour shifts, for three weeks straight. I wish I had time to keep a blog, but after the daily non stop edits, just getting home
Who's Production is it Anyway?
by Logan Parks 10 years ago
I was hired to shoot a 6hr conference with about 8 speakers. I did the job for what I feel was about half what I should have charged - for two reasons - which I explained to the client. 1. I wanted to
Re: Who's Production is it Anyway?
by Scott Carnegie 10 years ago
The person that pays the bills calls the shots, you are hired help. "Putting your name on it" is over-valued, it really doesn't mean anything in the corporate video world. Charging half price so you c
Uploading client preview videos
by Chris Tomkins 10 years ago
Hi I'm just wondering what other people do about uploading videos to the web for clients to preview A lot of my clients have internal IT situations where YouTube is blocked (not that we'd ever put a c
Re: Uploading client preview videos
by Scott Carnegie 10 years ago
I have a wordpress based site. I make a FLV of the video in Sorenson and upload it to my server. I make a password protetced page in wordpress and put in the code I need to have the FLV playback. It's
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