Thursday, May 1, 2008

Dark Mission to be Translated into German

Dark Mission publisher Feral House Books has reached an agreement with German publisher Kopp-Verlag to translate, publish and distribute a German language edition of Dark Mission throughout the nation of Germany. This is just the first of what we anticipate to be many foreign language editions of the book. Kopp-Verlag is the leading publisher of alternative science and history books in Germany, and has many English language authors in its catalog, including such luminaries as Zecharia Sitchin, Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert.

5 comments:

The Fool said...

Any plans for a video? The Supermajority of people are either too lazy or too stupid to read.

Mike Bara said...

There's been some filming done, but the big problem is putting together a video editing suite. It's pricey.

marsandro said...

What about all this video editing software
you can buy at Best Buy for your PC? I mean
we're talking, like, $75 or less in most cases.

And last time I looked, the cheapest stuff
was the best.

Check out the Best Buy website and look at
Movie Edit Pro 12/14 and Vegas Movie Studio
Platinum 8. All three run under Windows.

You'll find even more at the store if you
go in person. (There's bound to be a Best
Buy *somewhere* in Los Angeles, right?)

Wal*Mart also has some good stuff in their
computer section. Ditto for Office Depot.

:-)

P.S.: This is a bit like a local sound studio
that has $50,000 worth of equipment that
does what used to take $3,000,000 in highly
specialized gear to do.

It's all PC-based now.

:-)

Mike Bara said...

Some folks have convinced Richard he needs to spend 20 grand on a Mac based system. He won't believe that a solid PC with some big hard drives is sufficient. If you look at stuff like the God, Man and ET series, it looks very professional and he wants to keep to that standard.

So until he can pull together the $$$, no videos I'm afraid.

marsandro said...

I didn't know MAC *had* anything priced at
$20,000....

I assume it must be a "Professional Video
Processor System" built on a MAC? With all
conceivable bells/whistles/whatever?

Got to look that up...NOW I'm curious....

:-)