Wedding Video Music?

posted 2 years ago in Music
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Jessica Harrell :  it seems strange to me that you need a licensable song…your videographer (presumably) isn’t selling this video to anyone else. Mine allowed me to pick anything on iTunes/Apple Music. And all the wedding video I’ve seen didn’t use licensed songs…

we chose Lord jurons “she lit a fire” fwiw

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

Decide on what vibe you want for your video. You can always pick more than one song and have them change it when you atmosphere of the video changes. 

 

catskillsinjune :  He’s technically “selling” his clients the video. But it’s not even about selling. It’s about rights to share on the internet and other mediums. The music wasn’t produced by the videographer so he can’t just reproduce it without crediting it or getting the approporaite right to use it. Any video on the internet using popular songs could be taken down by companies who own the rights. It actually happens a lot which is why so many people have captions saying they don’t own the rights etc. 

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

emmagreen482017 :  a lot of the cases where that happens are for ads or videos that go viral (and then presumably could try to make money off of it). The videographer adding a song to the video for the client should fall under “fair use”

ETA: I never said the videographer shouldn’t credit the musician/artist when posting to social media. 

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Jessica Harrell :  So are you saying a thousand years isn’t livensable? Because that was the first song I thought of that is used like all. The. Time. In wedding videos 

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