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Thread: Starcraft 2 Battle in real life. (Toss vs Terran on a Desk)

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    crap. I put this in the wrong topic. Sorry. Idk how to delete it :(
    if someone could help me out and move this to the right place I would appreciate it
    Me and some buddies turned the game Starcraft into a green-screen and this is the result.
    I know we should have used a tripod, and some shadows in some places are a little odd, but overall if you enjoy similar videos you should enjoy this one.
    From what I can tell, no one has done this yet.
    Thanks and let me know what you think
    P.S. Amateur Alert
    Last edited by your3wishes; 04-26-2011 at 04:38 AM.

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    I like that you didn't use a tripod, it looks more real. I think it's to long thought to keep anyones attention.

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    Yes, I agree it is too long also. I'm wondering how many people actually saw the nuke in the end :/

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    I stopped before the minute mark. Nice animation, but needs some story, and something to keep the average viewer interested. Maybe try doing some voice overs of what's going on and create some drama of some sort to go with the action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by your3wishes View Post
    I know we should have used a tripod, and some shadows in some places are a little odd
    I agree. Those errors were very serious. Because the CGI objects can't react to the moving cam; they appear to slide around unnaturally.
    Other than the unwanted camera movements; there is no other action filmed. In which case, it would be far simpler to superimpose the CGI characters over a still image. You don't need a video.
    I don't know how much option you have in 'Starcraft' to set the position of the virtual camera. But, to avoid the video being boring, it would be good to edit it together with shots from different angles - and for each shot you will need a separate background.

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