I need someone (a BOXING FAN) who can make Boxing Documentaries for me, with After Effects. The Payment will be 400$ - 600$ per video. If the videos do well, the payment will be even higher. I would accept up to 10 videos per month.
- You can use all the music from Really Slow Motion and Audiomachine. If everything goes alright and you work for me, I will buy an account for you, at the audiomachine homepage. With an account there you can find all the music and download them with one click + an insane amount of variation from the songs (if you have it, you will know what I mean)
- The videos should be only edited on After effects. If you are finished with a project, send the project to me, not the video. If you dont know how, I will send you a 1, 2 minutes tutorial. The reason for that is that for example if you want to take some scenes of another project of yours, you can just open the file and copy paste them. I keep all the project files with me, so if you ever need certain clips, audios, highlights or whatever just ask and I will send them to you.
- I already have a narrator, so you will need only to write the script.
- you need to have good english skills to write the scripts.
- The documentary should be in this style: [login to view URL]
- Videos should be between 15 - 45 Minutes
And the most important Point..
- I will need a documentary of the boxers, which is very INFORMATIVE and FOCUSES on the highlights of their life/career. I dont need a Summary! I've had this already a dozen times, where applicants write a summary of their career instead of focusing on the highlights. There is a reason, why only a Boxing fan can do this job and a non Boxing fan cant. If a boxing fan cuts a fight, he will know which moments are the highlights and which not. Which moment should have been cut faster and which moment not. A non Boxing fan wont know this. He will only be able to cut all the Punches and wont be able to categorize a highlight, which is not a punch. Or wont know if he should cut three seconds before a punch is thrown or just three frames. Which is more enjoyable and which is not. So this factor is important at making these documentaries. For example you are making a documentary about Canelo: He has like 30 Build up fights, where not much happens, in terms of entertainment and trash talk. So you cut these 30 fights short on dont tell everything about all these fights. But then when he was caught using Clenbuterol, you will go into detail at that topic and show all the reactions of the fans, moderators, boxing experts, ggg himself, etc. This is something that a Boxing fan will be interested in. He wont be interested in watching and listening to all the details of 30 Build up fights. So thats why you need to be a Boxing fan to do this job. You should know which topics/parts are interesting for Boxing fans and go into detail with them and which topics are not interesting and can be cut short. I strictly need only a boxing fan for this job. And summarizing the career or life a boxer is something that a non boxer can do as well.