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    I would love to see this become a whole movie. I love these image characteristics, modern cameras cannot beat it. I would even prebook for this movie.

    https://youtu.be/rR72tz79d2k?si=pIkE70YKdjhr8xf1
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  2. But why? This is poor (full artifacts) machine learning crap...
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    I like that old film look.
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    I actually like the style of these "AI" generated videos.

    I wish I knew how it was done. (The main piece is runwayml.com, but there's a learning curve, and it's really not that cheap when you're learning and making money-wasting mistakes.)
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  5. Originally Posted by lordsmurf View Post
    I actually like the style of these "AI" generated videos.

    I wish I knew how it was done. (The main piece is runwayml.com, but there's a learning curve, and it's really not that cheap when you're learning and making money-wasting mistakes.)
    I believe this guy is who does all the 1950s Panavision videos. And this particular video breaks down the tools he uses and his general process:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIBwC2rB3nA
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    As "movie trailers" go, this SUX. Just a bunch of slowmo repetitive movements of models.

    Go watch Forbidden Planet. MUCH better. The definitive original. Even the trailers have more action and character.


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    Originally Posted by MindController View Post
    Thank you for posting that link.

    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    As "movie trailers" go, this SUX. Just a bunch of slowmo repetitive movements of models.
    I have to disagree.

    This is actually a live-action version of a very old animation style, what is now known as "motion comics". Look at something like the 1960s Captain America cartoons. It was lots of still, with simple small moving areas. Then look at modern motion comics, and many of those are also from Marvel.

    This was also a method used to create Doctor Who recons (reconstructions) using the telesnaps, and earlier CG rendering tools in 90s-10s. I have to wonder if anybody is redoing recons with AI now (though it would be lengthy and costly to do), or they've all decided to wait on animation versions (which I lean toward myself).

    Now, you may not like the style (fine, fair, no argument from me), but it is a very known and appreciated one.
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  8. Video could use some DeSpot, SpotLess or similar,... Restoration which keeps that amount of dots&dirt just seems sloppy,...
    I like the actual movies, not really a fan of the trailers.
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    To each their own, I guess.


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