DVD gives you the opportunity to create and share your art and ideas – as well as anything else that can be stored in digital format on optical media. The best uses of this medium have barely been tapped. Make your statement on a half-ounce digital canvas and share it with the world.
In the span of this short column, we can’t cover all the possible issues involved in designing and producing a DVD-Video title, but we hope we have succeeded in giving you a sense of how the process works and suggested some useful ideas to get you thinking. You don’t need to release an epic work equivalent to Titanic in order to succeed – with a desktop computer and an active imagination, you can create an interesting and unique work on a smaller scale that still reaches a large market.
For more info on Disc Makers, visit the company’s website.
Posted on March 24, 2004 in Features by Brian Felsen
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