Showing posts with label stock music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stock music. Show all posts

Does Royalty-Free Mean the Content is Free?

If you have been looking for stock images, vectors, and videos in your preferred stock library, you may have come across the term "royalty-free". Let’s talk about what it really means. First of all, “royalty-free” doesn't mean that the content is free of charge. You still need to pay a fee for it. Once you've purchased the usage rights, you won't have to pay any royalties every time you use it.

Choosing the Right Audio Bitrate for Video Editing

Want to learn more about audio bitrate and what the best audio bitrate is needed for your video? Let's dive into audio bitrate and what it means for your audio experience. 

The Ins and Outs of Music Licensing for Your Film

Do you want to add the perfect soundtrack to your film, but don't know where to begin? Knowing how to license music for film can be a daunting task. From understanding sync vs. master agreements to navigating music licensing organizations, there are many details that go into making sure you’re playing by the rules and not risking hefty fines or potential lawsuits. This is why large film studios have music supervisors whose only tasks is to search for music and make sure the legal aspect is taken care of. 

Choosing Between Lossless and Lossy Audio Formats

Are you familiar with the terms lossless and lossy audio formats? If not, you may be missing out on the opportunity to enjoy high-quality audio that is free from any degradation. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between these two formats and when each one is the best choice.