POP-N-TV is developing feature music program, series. On this page, we provide guidelines that we encourage you to follow. Adhering to these guidelines will allow POP-N-TV to evaluate your music video for our Development Slate.
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HOW LONG SHOULD MY MUSIC VIDEO BE?
WHAT LANGUAGE CAN MY SCRIPT OR VIDEO BE IN?
The common language for the POP-N-TV development staff is English. So unless your , video, or series idea has English description and dialogue (or the text for English subtitles to non-English dialogue) throughout, it will not be evaluated for the Development Slate.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY MUSIC VIDEO?
Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
CAN I USE WORKS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN?
Public domain works are those that are available for use by members of the public. We don’t prohibit you from using public domain works but we discourage you from doing so and you’d have to make sure that the work is in the public domain in every country around the world. Public domain laws vary around the world and can be tricky. For instance, you might think you are in the clear because you are adapting a very old work, but you may be using a modern translation that is copyrighted. Bottom line: Except in the most obvious cases, like Shakespeare, we discourage adaptations of works you think are in the public domain. This same notion applies to music, photos or other images. The work may be very old, but it’s not necessarily free of rights issues.
DO I UPLOAD MY VIDEO IN HOW THE RIGHT FORMAT?
When you create your video content, most video-editing programs ask you to choose the kind of file you want to create by asking how you plan to use the work (viewing on a DVD, use on a computer, use in an email, etc.). The important thing is that it creates your video using the MPEG-2, MPEG-4 or H.264 (also known as AVC) compression methods. MPEG-4 and H.264 are actually the same and are better than MPEG-2 because your file will be about 80% smaller so it will take less time to upload. If your editor asks you what purpose you are using it for, somewhere it should also indicate the format it is going to use when it outputs. Pay attention to the format and pick H.264, MPEG-4, AVC or, as a last resort, MPEG-2. If you have multiple good options, select the highest quality one. HD is fine.