Ever played a music video in a club and half way through notice that the video stops for a short scene for a skit or some talking? Well on TV that's fine, but in a nightclub, your dancefloor will stop, if not clear. Music videos are great eye candy for people to watch, however they are still there to dance with the music. So, we have taken all these short stops, sounds effects, talking out of the video to make it more suitable for a club environment.
We have also taken the most popular mix of the song. Sometimes the videos is a different mix (such as a pop mix), so we use the most popular one. We have also extended the video as we all know DJs will be much more willing to play an extended mixable version of the video than a radio edit. We supply the DJs with new material, classics, recurrents to fill every void possible. We all know that DJs who switch over to video want as much content as possible. Our videos are clean and high quality so you no longer have to worry about that TV bug in the corner of the screen all night. All videos also have high quality audio, so you won't have to adjust your levels for every mix.
We release 20-25 videos a week. Most videos have 32 beat or 64 beat (8-16 bar) intros & outros. The videos will be combined with new material, recurrents, classics and requests. Our videos are encoded as a mp4 with a H264 compression. Audio is 320k and up and file sizes will vary but will come in around 100-150 megs per video. Videos are added as soon as we receive permission from the labels. Since we are a legit Video Pool, we cannot just throw any video up there as soon as it comes out. We need to obtain permission for every video we use. However, if it is a slow month for videos or we can't obtain permission right away, we will focus more on recurrents and classics. Requests are also accepted. All videos are all tested and are compatible with all DJ video software. If there is a problem with the video, please let us know so we can fix it right away. Although many mixing programs have different output options, the recommended video setting is 16:9 (anamorphic off). This will give you the best video quality and resolution without stretching the video. We also encode using widescreen settings if it permits, so the videos don't look stretched on the screen.