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There are a lot of inaccurate ideas circulating about “Royalty Free Music” This article will attempt to explain exactly what Royalty Free Music is and dismiss some of the most common misinterpretations.
Premiumbeat.com is a “Production Music” Library. Our music is available for licensing in Media Productions (website, video, DVDs, TV broadcast, film, games, etc.) as background music synchronized with your production. You cannot sing over the music track or add an instrument and market the results as if it was your music.
Whenever you license music from premiumbeat.com, you can download both the .WAV and the MP3 versions of the music track. Except in the case of music loops, which we offer for download only in the .WAV format. (See below why)
In this tutorial we will be adding a CG flowing water element to our previously stabilized footage. Through the use of Displacement Maps, Animation, Expressions and Particles, we will blend the digital elements into the footage for a realistic final product.
In this tutorial we will take a look at the process of stabilizing footage using Adobe After Effects built in Stabilization feature. We will also look at how to apply a graphical element to the stabilized footage and then how to reverse the stabilization, to give a motion tracked effect to the graphics.
In this tutorial we will be taking real-world footage, shot specifically for the purpose of using the camera’s motion and natural shake. We will be tracking the footage and saving the data to use as camera animation in After Effects. We will also take a look at how we can save this effect as a preset for future projects.
At premiumbeat.com you do not have to become a member to purchase our products.
But consider the following benefits:
When you purchase music from www.premiumbeat.com we send you a link to download the music in .wav format and in MP3 format. You are welcome to download both versions if you wish. However some people prefer to do the .wav-to-MP3 conversion themselves because they need a specific level of sound compression or for other reasons. This tutorial shows you how to accomplish that.
There may be an extra fee of $ .75 or $ .90 on your credit card statement. Why is that?
We are well aware of this issue but that extra fee does not come from us. We at premiumbeat.com never charge or receive any additional fees when you purchase our products. What you pay us is the amount you see on your screen when you purchase our products. So what is this fee then?
At Premiumbeat.com, our business is selling licenses to use music in multimedia and traditional media productions. By providing royalty free music we make this process exceptionally easy for our clients.