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    Something I've been working on for the last couple of months... and no jib work!



    You can find them at www.ohasisinet.com/band

    Edit - Just realised - there WAS some jib work. But only a tiny bit.

    We did have a complete stroke of luck with the Police 'escort' that happened by when we were filming - and for anyone interested, all edited in Vegas 7, all shot on one Z1E, and - I still think it could be better.
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    Thats a really good job Andy, I liked it all except the end where it gets a bit to manic for my old geezer taste. But it does fit with the music at that point.

    Well done.

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    Cheers. It does get a little wild I agree, but the customer gets what the customer wants!

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    That must have been edited from many hours of filming the band.
    Likewise it must have taken a long time to assemble.
    As a promo for Ohasis it was excellent & I liked a lot of the ideas you had.

    Writing & playing your own songs (as we do) you look on cover bands with a certain disdain. It's complete snobbery & I was feeling sorry for you having to spend so much time listening to & looking at these saddos!
    But noticing the size of the crowds they pull you cant blame them pretending to be someone famous.
    However i still wanted to think you sped everything up so much at the end because you'd really had enough & so decided to quickly bung everything else in just to finish the video off quickly!!

    Sarah (Snob)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah & Allison View Post
    That must have been edited from many hours of filming the band.
    On the contary Sarah. We planned well. I filmed one gig live with one camera, and we had a morning in Nottingham for the rest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah & Allison View Post
    As a promo for Ohasis it was excellent & I liked a lot of the ideas you had.
    Many thanks for that... not sure about the next bit...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah & Allison View Post
    Writing & playing your own songs (as we do) you look on cover bands with a certain disdain. It's complete snobbery & I was feeling sorry for you having to spend so much time listening to & looking at these saddos! But noticing the size of the crowds they pull you cant blame them pretending to be someone famous.
    These 'saddos' as you call them are of course talented and versatile musicians. The plain fact is that the tribute market is huge. So, as well as having their own time with their own bands they've simply added a string to their bow and a bit more dosh in their pockets. Nothing wrong with that in my view, and really not that far removed from performing cover songs. (Sorry, the 'saddos' thing pricked me a bit).
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    However i still wanted to think you sped everything up so much at the end because you'd really had enough & so decided to quickly bung everything else in just to finish the video off quickly!!
    The end sequence was by far the most challenging. It took longer than the rest of the video put together by a country mile. The number of layers, fx plug-ins and track motion involved was extensive.
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    Life's too short for snobbery Sarah!

    But thanks for taking the time to look and comment!
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    Andy
    my comments were meant far more tongue in cheek than you obviously took them.
    I was laughing at my own attitude to tribute bands more than Ohasis.

    It's impossible to live life without some prejudices


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    Sorry Sarah. I'm a bit up my own arse today.

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    A very, very good job Andy. Exceptional work on the live filming and I can imagine those last few minutes took an age to complete.

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    I hugely enjoyed watching it, imagining they were The Beatles.

    I admired the ending chunk with the multiple layers with the flashing images. Whatever software was used, it would require a great deal of human input; and a workflow to prevent huge amounts of work being redone.

    Whilst I have no problems with flashing images; would tests need to be done before it was deemed lawful and suitable for broadcast (other than low quality YouTube)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimAndrews View Post
    ...would tests need to be done before it was deemed lawful and suitable for broadcast (other than low quality YouTube)?
    Probably so - but it's highly unlikely it will ever find it's way that far. I had considered an epilepsy warning...

    Software wise - All done in Vegas 7.

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