Demo reels online—right at your fingertips. That's what Reel-Exchange.com is all about. Professionals in the film, video, HD, HDV, animation, and motion graphics industry can post their demo reels online in the latest virtual community—brought to you by Millimeter magazine, Adobe, Sony, and Dell. Reel-Exchange aims to be film professionals' Craigslist, YouTube, and MySpace all wrapped up in one—without the fluff.
Launched at NAB2007 in Las Vegas, Reel-Exchange.com allows each member to post up to four demo reels or other multimedia works, including short films, animated shorts, commercial spots, or audio compositions under the disciplines of Production Companies, Post-production Companies, Producers, Directors, Editors, Cinematographers, Animators, Visual Effects (VFX), Sound For Picture, Web and Mobile video, DVD, Digital Signage, Wedding and Event Videographers, and Crew.
Reel-Exchange.com profiles not only include demo reels, but technology and software proficiencies including: Flash, QuickTime, H.264, Windows Media VC1, Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Xpress Pro, or use cameras like the Panasonic HVX-200, Canon XH A1, Sony HDCAM Cinealta, media like DVCPRO, P2 cards, and more. You can also list your affiliation, DGA, ASC, IATSE, or WEVA, among others.
By posting personal or company bios and demo reels, Reel-Exchange.com provides industry-wide exposure for specific jobs and hiring opportunities, as well as the potential for global collaboration. The site allows users and visitors to easily browse a diverse selection of demo reels, video résumés of freelancers, companies, or collaborators based on geographic location, discipline, equipment/format, software used, project credits, and more.
With that in mind, the editors of Digital Content Producer and Millimeter magazines would like to invite you to try out Reel-Exchange.com at no charge. For the free trial offer to post your demo reel online, email Reel-Exchange's Community Manager Craig Erpelding at email@example.com or visit Reel-Exchange.com and click on the "Register" link.