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    Default My Team Vertical Limit Video

    Hi men, i'm new here
    and i got a great passion for video editing
    i use sony vegas 7.0 and i use it to edit videos of my tricking team

    this is a sampler of what i can do

    Talent 1 - talentuno

    vote it if you like it!!!

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    some graet editing there but for a 4 min video a 55second intro is a bit long. i'd preferr to see more action.

    also it wold help if you explained a little more what was in the video in your description.

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    Well choreographed to the music! Was a tad long on the same subject, but was entertaining and well crafted! I liked it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lengo View Post
    Well choreographed to the music! Was a tad long on the same subject, but was entertaining and well crafted! I liked it!
    define: choreography:-

    # The act of setting movement to music to create a dance.

    # The composition of dance.

    # Use for those involved with the planning, staging, and rehearsing of solo and/or ensemble dances and dance routines which contain music or song.


    This video has not been choreographed to the music. it has been edited to the music.

    I dont want to appear as being picky but your post could confuse others.

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    Well, I don't know a better word for it. The video is edited so that the leaps and feats are in synch with the beat of the music. This is quite an editing feat! I don't mean to imply that the leaps were timed to the beats. Quite the opposite: The editing makes them fall on the beats. You did very well with this.

    The subject material is entertaining, and you made the most of it by editing with expertise.

    Don't be 'picky'. Assume the best. Perhaps if we weren't so accustomed to hearing negative comments, we can be nurtured more readily. I did not mean to detract. I meant just the opposite.

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    dont confuse my comment with being crytical - i am merely clearing up what you were trying to say.

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    Ryben cheers for tricking man, SOny Vegas is a beastly program to use. I'm pretty much a movie maker junkie. BUt that editing was sweet. are you also on TT man?

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