Not sure if this is the best place to post this query but here goes!!
I have been asked to do a commercial shoot for a local video jockey who wants a DVD to send out to potential clients to illustrate how his services are different from the 'norm'.
However, I'm unsure as to how to charge for a DVD creation - as the client typically gets copyright when shooting is complete does this mean they can then use the contents of the DVD to later create their own web video for instance or should I protect the DVD contents so what's on it can't be burnt for use anywhere else.
Also, do I just charge for one DVD and then charge for each subsequent DVD made or do I just give them the DVD thus allowing them to burn off as many copies as they like for later use?
I'm only charging the guy a small fee and he could supply me with future work so I don't want to upset him but subsequently I don't want to charge him a small fee for the DVD for him to then go and do whatever he likes with it (or is this just the reality of a videography business?)
Any suggestions on the best way to proceed or what industry practice is are most welcome (I"m meeting him tomorrow PM so any help before then even greater appreciated??)
Thanks in advance