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Old July 16th, 2011, 04:49 PM   #16
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Re: Ceremony videos: do you keep the church's music or dub in your own?

Thanks to everyone for their responses - this has been very informative. George's (and others) practice of cutting out part of the middle of the music is an excellent idea. I'm going to start implementing that right away.

It's really interesting to hear the variety of approaches here. We've always offered 100% full length documentaries of the ceremonies because some of our first clients asked for that, but now we're planning to move away from it because, as others have said, most B&G's are really only interested in the key parts of the ceremony, and it's always good to be able to edit out moments that may take away from the quality of the finished product.
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