Being a content creator is challenging. You economize on the project's budget, or fight with clients on concepts, and try to find free time for yourself...
In addition to these, there are hard times when the purchased background music doesn't fit the length of your content, so you have to compromise (this can be a cut in the audio or an unwanted fade for the benefit of your video).
These practices often reduce the quality of the end product. Who wants this? The answer is simple, nobody.
So what can you do? If you don't have enough money to hire an audio expert, use the included version lifecycle.
You might remember our latest article about the included versions. If you do, you already know that versions save you a ton of time.
But what about the included version lifecycle?
The included version lifecycle is the solution for all audio processing problems. This means the correct or recommended use of the versions included in your purchase. Combine your content with a suitable version. This way you save money, energy, and time!
Learning from our clients and with more than five years of experience in the commercial industry we advise you to:
The Main Track
Use the main track if your content matches with any of the mentioned examples. These content types have one in common: their flexibility to the music. In this case, the creator has a concrete concept of the music, or they customize their video after the purchased soundtrack. Choose a royalty-free track you like, and create an amazing visual.
Just like our client Visit Temecula did with this image video:
The Short Version
Use the short version if your content matches with any of the examples we mentioned. Often, these content types are shortened versions of the creator's main idea, with a maximum length of 1 minute. Stylize your social media content with the short version.
Just like our client Mine by 3M did with this image video: