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    Just started using Vegas 5.0. & Sony Vegas 8.0. (on my laptop). What do you think of the video:

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    The flashing appears to offer little. Was it's purpose to give the clip the feeling it had been shot on an old camera?
    I thought the name 'Mania Music' might mean the music was original.
    I am not altogether sure I have a clue about what happens at the end.
    Even so. Nice and short; and it demonstrates that different clips can be superimposed.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Nah, I just wanted to give it a scarier effect.
    It's Mania Music Video. So I'm an Artist, and I'm building a song to go with the music video I'm making, this is just the intro, the music probs ins't original, gonna replace it though with my own stuff, I got all of the clips, besides the intro, off youtube so yeah.

    My own clips will be shot once I do the song.

    At the end, once again I'll replace with scarier vocals.

    and thanks for the reply and stuff

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    Well, it made me jump at the end. I hadn't even noticed (though it's obvious) that the reflection wasn't a reflection!
    But I fail to understand your post above.
    You're going to replace the music with something you record and then you're going to replace the visuals with clips you shoot yourself....

    so what you've just shown us and asked us to comment on is something which contains neither the visuals or the sound which you intend to use.

    I'm confused
    Tim

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    no no no lol , im keeping that as an intro to the songs music video, then adding the other parts that I'll be recording my self and stuff

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    OK.

    I'm with TimA about the flashing. You can reduce that. Also, I discovered recently (and this was discussed in anotheh thread somewhere here) that the jitter is off-putting as well. For a short sequence, such as this, or when cutting to an "old" clip in a modern film, it's fine to have lots of jitter & brigtness changes. However, when making a longer film where it's all given an "aged" look, you have to be much more subtle with it (and potentially less realistic) oherwise it becomes a distraction.
    Tim

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