I'm trying to put together a 2 minute picture slideshow with background music and also voice over. I have the properties set for 640x360 and also render it that way too so it will be widescreen when I upload it to youtube.
Here is my problem - I zoom in and pan the pictures. For example I zoom into picture A and pan from left to right and then transition into the next photo that I pan/zoom in our out. The problem is that sometimes when I'm panning the picture will jump a little. I've tried rendering using different settings and I still can not get perfect panning in the pictures. Many of the pictures are perfect but two or three have these bumps in them when they pan. In my two minute video I have around 23 pictures. I want perfection when the pictures pan.
What causes this and what can I do to stop it? My laptop is running a Core Duo 1.60GHz with 1 gig or ram.
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can you point out where the problems are ? e.g list the approximate time
The attention span of your average viewer isn't going to be that long, so you usually want to get your point across quickly
Or even make 2 versions, like a short & sweet, and a more verbose one
I didn't like the text effect for the title, but that's just me
If you're targetting the company , you should get their feedback and expectations - they might be completely different than mine or somebody else's
Seems well done, but as already said far too long. Reduce it to 90 seconds and no contract required near the end.
Simular to many other advert videos, but does the job..... Good luck with it.
If that's the same kind of stuff that others are doing in that area, then it's good.
I remember seeing some commercials in Arizona, and couldn't believe how corny they were, but if that's what the local fish are biting on, then it's understandable.
So, the best bait is always whatever the fish are eating in that area.
Last edited by budwzr; 9th Jul 2011 at 08:19.