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Roy Schneider has won Nine Emmy Awards and earned over 20 nominations for contributions to his field. Over the past 20 years, Roy has been helping Companies, and Television Networks, advance their brands by engineering content that stands out from th... [more]
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August 3rd 2005
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Project turned into a Demo Reel
by Roy Schneider 5 months ago
I put together for Garden of Dreams, MSGClassroom. It is an idea I have had for a while to teach the students What an Editor's job is, and when it was finished I thought it was a great Demo Reel. Your
What is an Editor?
by Roy Schneider 5 months ago
I don't go in front of the camera very often... I am excited to share this video I put together for Garden of Dreams, MSGClassroom. It is an idea I have had for a while to teach the students What an E
Re: What is an Editor?
by Roy Schneider 5 months ago
I have been wanting to do this piece for a couple years. I did it for the Kids and said, Hey this is about the best demo reel I have ever had. Long Live the Cow Roy Schneider Executive Producer Vintag
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Rant with a question
by Roy Schneider 11 months ago
Good Morning Everyone: I hope everyone is doing well. This will most likely come across as a rant in the form of a question (sorry it is so long). I had n eclectic client approach me to create an inte
Re: Rant with a question
by Mark Suszko 11 months ago
Then they send you the link to a copy of "Avatar". and say: "Do that. For no extra cost."
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Roy Schneider liked this 9 months ago
Advice for a request for music change
by Dave Bowman 11 months ago
Hi everyone, I wonder if someone can offer me some advice on this. I've created a video of a large estate house for a customer and cut it to music - music I chose as it was suitable for the video . So
Re: Advice for a request for music change
by Roy Schneider 11 months ago
Sometimes honesty is the best approach. Explain to your client, what you just wrote. Explain to them that you create your budget based on the time it takes to do a project and that this seemingly simp
How to budget a Cooking Show ?
by Robert Bengraff 1 year ago
I have been asked to put numbers together to produce five 5-8 minute outdoor, roaming host food show. I am currently under NDA so I can't give too many details, but think outdoor festival, tailgaters,
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Robert Bengraff liked this 1 year ago
Re: How to budget a Cooking Show ?
by Roy Schneider 1 year ago
Robert: Most of the Food Network Travel Channel Food shows airing in Primetime run in the 50k to 150k range. I have done several 5 to 10 minute pilots for around $10,000 to $15,000. Similar production
how to succeed in business
by Bob Zelin 1 year ago
simple - watch this movie https: en.wikipedia.org wiki Muscle_Shoals_(film) and the music business is harder than the video business. No matter what the odds, no matter how crappy you think you are, n
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Jim Sanders liked this 1 year ago
Re: how to succeed in business
by Roy Schneider 1 year ago
This Film blew me away as a music fan and as a Video Professional! Long Live the Cow Roy Schneider Executive Producer Vintage Production Group 516-659-4596
Editing Opportunities
by Roy Schneider 2 years ago
Highly experienced, award winning TV Editor with both long and short form experience is looking for opportunities. Currently on Premiere Pro and available nights and weekends. Here are several Project
Capturing a Bullet
by Roy Schneider 2 years ago
Hi All: Any advice on renting a high speed camera that can capture a bullet leaving the barrel of a gun, and a bullet impacting a target Thanks! Roy Schneider Long Live the Cow Roy Schneider Executive
Re: Capturing a Bullet
by Todd Terry 2 years ago
Probably the one you'll most likely find available (rental houses, etc.) would be one of the Vision Research Phantom cameras. I think they are pretty much the go-to high-speed cameras these days (in f
New Marketing Tips for an Old Dog
by Roy Schneider 3 years ago
Hi All: In short, I would love to start a discussion about Marketing ideas for the Video business. I have a full-time editing gig, but have always run my own Video Production Web Marketing Business on
Re: New Marketing Tips for an Old Dog
by Roy Schneider 3 years ago
Hey Y'all: Thanks for the input. I am looking forward to working on getting my name out there a little better then I have been doing. Thanks! Long Live the Cow Roy Schneider Executive Producer Vintage
Disconnect
by Roy Schneider 4 years ago
Hi All: Have a Final Cut Pro 7 issue. I am working on a Documentary, and every time I open the project a large portion of the material comes up off-line. It is on the drive and reconnects, but makes g
Re: Disconnect
by Roy Schneider 4 years ago
Dave all is converted to Pro Rez. I trashed Preferences and that seemed to do the trick Long Live the Cow Roy Schneider Executive Producer Vintage Production Group 516-659-4596
NFL Films -- well, minus the "film" part
by Todd Terry 4 years ago
This news is a couple of weeks old, but I found it interesting. One of the last holdouts, NFL Films has finally ditched real film... and will, for the first time, shoot this season with 30 Arri Amiras
Re: NFL Films -- well, minus the "film" part
by Roy Schneider 4 years ago
One of the coolest things in Sports Editing to do was NFL Projects because their footage was so incredible. However, if they continue with the same DI process, it should be an interesting transition f
Looking for ideas from the most creative guys I know
by Greg Ball 5 years ago
I have a potential client with a bakery concept that involves ordinary and allergy free cakes and other bakery products. They want to have us produce a video that would attract investors to their conc
Re: Looking for ideas from the most creative guys I know
by Steve Martin 5 years ago
OK I'll take a shot at the virtual whiteboard.... A take-off of a TV show - perhaps subtle references to "Let Them Eat Cake" (BBC) or "Cake Boss" (TLC) where investors can have their cake and eat it t
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Roy Schneider liked this 5 years ago
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