Opening Act Book Trailer
Opening Act Book Trailer – $599
This 30-second trailer created just for your book includes:
- Script development
- Storytelling through edited text, 2-D graphics and book cover art
- 20-25-second voiceover
- Digital mastering for web streaming capability and high-quality video download
I. AUTHOR'S FEE
The Author agrees to pay Dorrance the sum of $599 in consideration of this Agreement. The Author understands that Dorrance makes no contribution to the cost of Production.
II. PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
Dorrance agrees to have completed the Production within sixty (60) days after execution of this contract by Dorrance unless prevented by delays by labor or by the Author, acts of God, or other circumstances beyond its control.
Delivery of the Production will be considered to have taken place when the Production is uploaded by Dorrance to a server capable of providing display of the Production via the Internet and/or providing the author access to an electronic file
of the Production via electronic transmission, email, upload, or via electronic media such as a CD, DVD, flash drive or other media.
III. PRODUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
Except for the specifics presented below, the Author agrees that the design, content, and style of the Production will be entirely at the discretion of Dorrance.
Dorrance agrees to prepare the Production according to the following specifications:
Creation of a voice-over script derived primarily from the existing book cover’s About the Book copy.
Digital mastering of a: 30-second (thirty-second) Production, incorporating voice-over and dissolves and fades of images of the book’s cover only.
Completed Production is intended for viewing on a typical Internet website and is optimized for viewing at a resolution of 480 pixels x 240 pixels and is usually rendered as an MP4 file.
IV. PRODUCTION DISTRIBUTION
Upon completion of the Production, Dorrance agrees to post the Production to:
V. CHANGE OF ADDRESS
The address of the Author is as indicated in this Agreement.
All letters, communications, and notices sent to the Author to the address so indicated shall be deemed good and sufficient, unless the Author shall have notified Dorrance, in writing, by certified or registered mail, of change of address.