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    Hi,

    Here's a video of an underwater music clip that was filmed and edited by my brother and I.

    It was filmed with the GoPro Hero Sports camera.



    Thanks,

    Kerrin and Cy Taylor
    Whitsundays Qld
    Last edited by CKTaylor1; 02-16-2010 at 12:16 PM.

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    I like that guys. It was refreshingly different. Some interesting shots. A bit to much use of the pencil drawing effect for my taste. What was the music you used ?

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    Yep a good film but way too much use of one effect. Good music choice.

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    Got to agree!
    There are dozens of FX available that would have complimented the footage as well as the pencil. Once, or at the most ywice would have been more than enough.
    Otherwise, well put together,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    e. What was the music you used ?
    MGMT - Time To Pretend

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    i too enjoyed the video but as others pointed out the pencil fx is a no no.

    cant have been easy to film

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanA View Post
    There are dozens of FX available that would have complimented the footage as well as the pencil.
    There are, but you surely wouldn't be recommending using a mixture of more FX

    Surely less is more. Use one or two effects max if they are "stylised" (subtle colour corrections might be sprinkled liberally). Like transitions.

    I agree however the pencil effect - which i thougt worked very well - was overused. I'd look for using it for a maximum of 5% of the video - so it leaves one wanting more.

    As MB said "refresingly different". Very enjoyable watch.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    There are, but you surely wouldn't be recommending using a mixture of more FX

    Surely less is more. Use one or two effects max if they are "stylised" (subtle colour corrections might be sprinkled liberally). Like transitions.

    I agree however the pencil effect - which i thougt worked very well - was overused. I'd look for using it for a maximum of 5% of the video - so it leaves one wanting more.

    As MB said "refresingly different". Very enjoyable watch.
    Not all of them! Just a small selection of those dozens!

    If not, I think it might get a little samey.
    Agree that I enjoyed the footage.
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    Too much FX as the others have said and possibly not the right choice of FX.

    All in all, very watchable.

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    When I read the title, I was expecting to see the whole band underwater

    but this was still cool

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