I just watched that 3 times. Well done. I like the choice of camera angles and whatnot. Looks like you put a bit of effort into matting the quake guns onto the screen too. I made a similar video on my website with airsoft guns. Starts out a bit slow, but worth watching(especially if you like airsoft )
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Great outfit and I really like the environment. One thing you might consider is changing the camre angles sometimes.
The end was really nice.
This was a spur of the moment type of thing (like most my stuff) and we spent about 10 minutes planning, then just went out and shot it. I had no idea I was gonna make this when I got up that morning. I'm working on another airsoft video that will be more planned, with different camera angles and stuff. Glad you enjoyed it. And you can't see it, but I had all that cammo and boots on too.
Let me know if you have any questions abiut this folk dance festival.Hello.
Originally Posted by kmadden18
Audio is good. With nice soundeffects.
Video is too dark, I know gangrelated > dark. But this is too dark!
But still, well done
Originally Posted by Willy
But it looks very prof. But that voice, wow...you don't want to hear that on a DTS system
But it's nice to put in front of you vids!
Originally Posted by Faceman101
2. Looks nice, but I'm from Holland, and we don't like the red picture, in the first seconds (symbol of antisemitism)
-I like the music (pub-music )
-Common used on TV, but very much overlooked by us video-editors...putting the screen on black, and only play sound...(end of video)
Originally Posted by Helmut
Slowing down at good moments, action at good moments.
Sound effects good. Nice use of the Dos screens to bring the Quake effect in this movie.
I don't have any comments
Keep up the good work!!!
Originally Posted by fonoop
About the angles, I don't think you should put more different angles in the movie. It's a total different movie...longer. Changing angles 'speeds' the movie up, a thing you don't want in this situation.
And I like the clothes and environment too! Nice movie!
Originally Posted by bartjuh
I just shot a DV feature using Canon's GL1 (in "frame mode") edited with Pinnacle's DV500DVD with Adobe Premiere and it just got picked up by Spectrum Films for distribution (April release). See www.4321films.com to see a short QT trailer (it's on page 2). We've gotten some pretty decent reviews, too. Here are some links to see what other people have been saying about it:
It can be done, people
okay, I am a newbie to forum but I here it goes:
Trudyweb promotional video:
you guys should love this she is a knockout, I'm also the photographer featured in gallery 1
also at my site under Video
The Body Art Ball Promo - show I produce which takes 20 performers who get painted by 20 Artists. then perform to music ... and it's a competition. A must see!
Choreographer Roger Lee Resume Reel - did Janet's last tour, Tweet etc
Trudyweb Promo - same a the one metionned above
I'm learning a lot, and also thanks to nicky's digital pages and others. But I also started simple, and am still continuing it.
I started to DUB a star trek voyager episode last week in dutch, you know, yu watch a french episode with the dubed voices and wanne throw up, this is just for fun. And so much fun, you try to be 10 persons with only 2 people to do the voices And I'm creating something star-wars-y
Ummmm...could one of you guys tell me where to find a decent tutorial on adobe premier...i have 6.0 but its the most confusing program i've ever seen. Ive seen tutorials, but they dont explain things from the start..start meaning how to open a movie... ayeet...thanks !
It doesn't explain from the beginning, but it does show you how to import a file and then export it again IT's something, not? There are also guides on this site.
Originally Posted by fonoopYou win some, and you lose some, and some get rained out...
Robert Miles-Children was the music playing along with it. I think I mentioned it before in this thread, but being how its so long I can see how you can miss it. For all you people starting out, I'd use Ulead Video Studio. If your feeling cheap the beta version of windows movie maker for xp looks promising. I'd really stay away from premiere untill you're confortable with these programs or something similar.
fonoop - I want to thank you for identifying the song - sometimes it is so hard to get the names of the artists from stuff you hear.Panasonic DMR-ES45VS, keep those discs a burnin'
Originally Posted by fonoop
Before Premiere I tried several programs, like videostudio, mediastudio, pinacle studio. If you want to start with editing movies, mind this:
Easy to work with (works in steps)
No filters, and other difficult things
╗This program is very good if you look at how much time you spend, and what you get
Not that difficult to learn
Nice add-ons (creating menu's for dvd/svcd/vcd)
A lot more difficult to learn, but a lot more advanced compared to Pinacle if you use other Ulead program. But mediastudio on itself is still a good program
Yeah, let's say this is top-class. Actually it's not Premiere that makes this program the best, it's all because of the other programs of Adobe. Premiere combined with Photoshop and Premiere (and also some other programs) make this program the best available.
But! If you only use the videoprogram, and not combined with other programs, mediastudio will be the best ($$$), because of it's option. But Pinacle is real nice to work with, and it's getting better with the day.
My advise: start with videostudio, if you think it's enough, go on with it. If not you have to make a choise, but I think you'd better use pinacle or mediastudio first, and last Premiere (if you feel the need to)
And don't worry I'll be back to comment the movies, but I didn't know it went this fast, I wasn't notified of the new replies
I agree that Video Studio is a pretty good program. But remember, if you capture any video that has that annoying noise bar near the bottom and you need to crop the video to get rid of it, Video Studio does not include that function, although it is listed in the help file.Hello.
Hey fonoop, i was wondering, did u use ulead to make that entire earth video? I talked to someone on your website and he/she recommended Maya, said it was the program that all the pros use, like for shrek and toy story and everything? what do you think?
Hey Everybody, I finally got around to making a new video! Its a music video for Black Sabbath's The Wizard. Its got the most complex camera angles that I've attempted so far. And you know I love feedback.
Pretty darn good video fonoop!Panasonic DMR-ES45VS, keep those discs a burnin'