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I love PES' work

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Wow, thank you for posting that. I wasn't familiar with PES' work and it's truly amazing. I used to make sill stop animation videos when I was a kid on my lil bros toy camera. I can imagine how tedious it would be to create something as advanced as PES' work.

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Can someone please tell me a good video editing program that allows me to have two videos in one kind of like this one

 

Pretty much all, even iMovie. Not so sure about WMM, though.

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Can someone please tell me a good video editing program that allows me to have two videos in one kind of like this one

 

Pretty much all, even iMovie. Not so sure about WMM, though.

can you give a specific one that is free

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I used Illustrator for the logo (I actually had to trace a version that Narcis made a while back - thanks Narcis), Cinema 4D, and After Effects for all of the post-compositing.

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Is final cut any good?

 

I am using Sony Vegas 10 HD trial at the moment.

Yeah, but sony vegas is for PC and Final Cut is for Mac.

Sorry for the very late reply, I have Sony Vegas 11 at the moment.

Final Cut Pro is actually pretty good, but I really hate the rendering.

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I've been wanting to do something that incorporated the GTANet logo for a while now, so without further adieu I present four hours of slaving in front of my computer in a ten second clip.

 

http://vimeo.com/32245758

That's awesome, I wonder if we can run an official GTA Net channel over at YouTube.

 

 

Ninja edit

 

I just realised I double posted. My mistake.

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Okay, I've been debating with myself whether or not I should show some videos I made for various reasons with Windows Movie Maker (I know, don't criticize me for using it) and so I have finally decided to show some.

 

 

 

^ This video I made was my first ever video using Windows Movie Maker and it was for the snow day (well really it was a whole week) in Bristol back in 2010.

 

 

 

^ Now this video I made solely for my dad and our Canadian friends (who he house sitted for back in 2008) comprised of pictures taken by him whilst in Jasper.

 

- EDIT -

 

One video has been deleted due to copyright claim.

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I'm currently in my third year of Film School and am trying to get funds together to shoot a short little sci fi project. Since we're broke, and filmmaking is a financially crippling endeavor, we decided to launch an indiegogo crowd funding campaign in order to cover our costs (equipment rentals, transportation, film stock, permits, wardrobe... the list goes on).

 

We figured that no one likes to donate to words on a page (unless you know, it's something that actually matters... like starving children), so we grabbed a 5D, a set of T 1.3 Zeiss Primes and a Steadicam rig from our buddy and shot a a little teaser trailer:

 

 

 

We had to build a make-up prosthetic around a green screen in order to get the final shot. We used a cheap little manfrotto mount slider to achieve the dolly tracks. We decided to shoot at 60fps with the fastest lenses we could find in order to get the sort of dreamy floaty quality seen in the movements.

 

For the final project we're hoping to shoot on the RED one with Zeiss Cinematic Lenses, and we're going to make heavy use of our school's JL Fisher dolly and terribly calibrated jib arm. We're also going to shoot a few rolls of super 8mm to give a grittier, hand held feel for the flashbacks.

 

If you're into the project, check out the synopsis and campaign by clicking here.

 

 

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Hey, i'm in work and couldn't watch with audio but that's brilliant. When you say it's a teaser, it true, I want to see more!

 

Sorry, I'll reply to the other comments replies later.

 

Oh and my 7D is bust again. Card read error sad.gif Looks like it has to be replaced. It's already been to a repair centre and they found no fault but it's happened again and I've used new cards etc. I only bought it last August.

 

Working on a documentary now with friends. Will post updates later.

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Forgive me my ignorance, but why don't you shoot with 48 fps for the slo-mo's (if that's even possible)? I assume the final product will be 24 fps?

Also, was building that prosthetic necessary, couldn't the same effect have been achieved by an alpha matte and motion tracking?

You probably know way more about this stuff than I do, so I'm just looking to learn something smile.gif.

 

I liked it overall, nice posting/color grading. I think I would've let the music go in a different direction when the scene and color cast change at 0:51 but I guess that's an artistic choice. I like the actor who plays the speaker, really strong screen presence, but I guess the lighting plays a big role in that icon14.gif.

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Just wanting to add some activity to this thread...

 

A 65-minute documentary film made by me and my friends about a school event last year. It was entirely filmed between May and September 2011, followed by long 4 months of editing. It obviously isn't in english... only Indonesians can fully understand it. tounge.gif

 

 

 

What do you think?

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I'm currently in my third year of Film School and am trying to get funds together to shoot a short little sci fi project. Since we're broke, and filmmaking is a financially crippling endeavor, we decided to launch an indiegogo crowd funding campaign in order to cover our costs (equipment rentals, transportation, film stock, permits, wardrobe... the list goes on).

 

We figured that no one likes to donate to words on a page (unless you know, it's something that actually matters... like starving children), so we grabbed a 5D, a set of T 1.3 Zeiss Primes and a Steadicam rig from our buddy and shot a a little teaser trailer:

 

 

 

We had to build a make-up prosthetic around a green screen in order to get the final shot. We used a cheap little manfrotto mount slider to achieve the dolly tracks. We decided to shoot at 60fps with the fastest lenses we could find in order to get the sort of dreamy floaty quality seen in the movements.

 

For the final project we're hoping to shoot on the RED one with Zeiss Cinematic Lenses, and we're going to make heavy use of our school's JL Fisher dolly and terribly calibrated jib arm. We're also going to shoot a few rolls of super 8mm to give a grittier, hand held feel for the flashbacks.

 

If you're into the project, check out the synopsis and campaign by clicking here.

Shot in Toronto? Everything seemed so familiar but besides what looks like First Canadian Place at the start of the video, I can't spot anymore specifics.

 

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This is GTA IV. Countless effort was put into the video; injecting visual effects into most of the clips. Cinematic editing alters the atmosphere of GTA IV's mutliplayer gameplay. I like to make it a true art.

 

I learn progressively, and I am projecting towards new ideas for better, epic videos.

 

 

 

 

MAJOR MINUS

 

 

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I'm currently in my third year of Film School and am trying to get funds together to shoot a short little sci fi project. Since we're broke, and filmmaking is a financially crippling endeavor, we decided to launch an indiegogo crowd funding campaign in order to cover our costs (equipment rentals, transportation, film stock, permits, wardrobe... the list goes on).

 

We figured that no one likes to donate to words on a page (unless you know, it's something that actually matters... like starving children), so we grabbed a 5D, a set of T 1.3 Zeiss Primes and a Steadicam rig from our buddy and shot a a little teaser trailer:

 

 

 

We had to build a make-up prosthetic around a green screen in order to get the final shot. We used a cheap little manfrotto mount slider to achieve the dolly tracks. We decided to shoot at 60fps with the fastest lenses we could find in order to get the sort of dreamy floaty quality seen in the movements.

 

For the final project we're hoping to shoot on the RED one with Zeiss Cinematic Lenses, and we're going to make heavy use of our school's JL Fisher dolly and terribly calibrated jib arm. We're also going to shoot a few rolls of super 8mm to give a grittier, hand held feel for the flashbacks.

 

If you're into the project, check out the synopsis and campaign by clicking here.

Shot in Toronto? Everything seemed so familiar but besides what looks like First Canadian Place at the start of the video, I can't spot anymore specifics.

 

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Yeah, Outside the ROM, Chinatown, Allen Gardens and on Ryerson campus.

 

Come to think about it, probably some of the most overused locations in the city. But the price was right, and permits were like a one day turnaround.

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Forgive me my ignorance, but why don't you shoot with 48 fps for the slo-mo's (if that's even possible)? I assume the final product will be 24 fps?

 

For slo mo shots you need at least 2500fps cameras and those cameras are expensive. There is a YouTube channel called the slo mo guys, you should check it out.

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That's absurd, vert. Maybe you're talking about capturing a hummingbird flap its wings or something - but 60 fps produces some pretty slick slo mo.

 

I'm kinda drooling over the new Sony camera though. Quite probably going to be a purchase in the near future. wink.gif 900 fps? 4k? Under 10grand? Yes please.

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Any issues with rolling shutter? I can't stand that with DSLRS.

 

I really want to get my hands on an Arri Alexa after working with a RED ONE MX the past few weeks. REDS are f*cking awesome don't get me wrong, but between the absurdly long boot up time, the ridiculous work flow of their footage (RED CINE-X is the worst software i've ever laid my hands on) and the million little doo-dads you need to attach to the camera to get it operational they just slow you down.

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Any issues with rolling shutter? I can't stand that with DSLRS.

 

I really want to get my hands on an Arri Alexa after working with a RED ONE MX the past few weeks. REDS are f*cking awesome don't get me wrong, but between the absurdly long boot up time, the ridiculous work flow of their footage (RED CINE-X is the worst software i've ever laid my hands on) and the million little doo-dads you need to attach to the camera to get it operational they just slow you down.

Nada.

 

I've been working a lot with The F3 and it's a stunning camera in its own right. This new model blows me away.

 

http://www.engadget.com/2012/04/02/sony-ne...-cinema-camera/

 

Yeah, it's awesome to have such a powerful camera in such a portable, versatile package. Without rolling shutter jellies. tounge.gif

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Any issues with rolling shutter? I can't stand that with DSLRS.

 

I really want to get my hands on an Arri Alexa after working with a RED ONE MX the past few weeks. REDS are f*cking awesome don't get me wrong, but between the absurdly long boot up time, the ridiculous work flow of their footage (RED CINE-X is the worst software i've ever laid my hands on) and the million little doo-dads you need to attach to the camera to get it operational they just slow you down.

Nada.

 

I've been working a lot with The F3 and it's a stunning camera in its own right. This new model blows me away.

 

http://www.engadget.com/2012/04/02/sony-ne...-cinema-camera/

 

Yeah, it's awesome to have such a powerful camera in such a portable, versatile package. Without rolling shutter jellies. tounge.gif

Even if it doesn't have 4K, the PL mount and the slow-mo make it a great buy, especially with the great new cine lenses hitting the market. I was really drooling over the Canon C300 for Doc-work, but this seems like a much better package.

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