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    Cool NEW video in need of INPUT

    video can be found here...http://youtu.be/KsFAzbzLFg4

    let me share some info with you....

    all footage, was shot, editied and produced by myself.
    which should explain why this video looks fairly ameatur... this is only my second video of this nature.
    This video was ment to be a short project documentary, but ended up a bit long...

    As far as the hardware... i used a Canon 5D mark2 with a 24-70mm lens. the jib was a cobra crane set-up in both 5 and 8" configurations.
    all editing was done using Pinnacle Studio HD ultimate on a Dell XPS 9100. the time lapse was done the hard way, using full HD video, then speeding it up to about 1500%.
    im learning about doing it with stills,
    have yet to try it.

    please let me know what you all think...
    i need some pointers to carry with me to my next project...

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    I hate people like you, you come here saying this is only my second video, then you produce something as good as this.

    While not totally faultless it's as near as dam it. Very nice job. The only thing I would do is shorten it. It is too long, after 7 mins you are really just repeating stuff.

    Very nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    I hate people like you, you come here saying this is only my second video, then you produce something as good as this.

    While not totally faultless it's as near as dam it. Very nice job. The only thing I would do is shorten it. It is too long, after 7 mins you are really just repeating stuff.

    Very nice job.
    very funny... ill take compliment any day.
    to be honest, it was first FIRST movie made with only video...
    my first movie can be found here .... Bridgepoint HIGH RISE signage installation - YouTube
    it was basicly a slideshow... with very little video.

    ill also say that having decent gear makes the film...
    the canon 5D mrk2 is awesome.

    thanks for the input...

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    The tempo of sound and video was excellent all through the first song, and combined with the intriguing filmwork, it was a real easy watch. The construction part (2nd song) struggled to live up to such a great first 3-4 minutes, I think if you time-lapsed (speed up) this section a bit more and cut the third part in half, you could be keeping the attention all through.

    I also watched your demo version, that had a lot of merit. Your footage was so good, you must have left a lot on the 'cutting room floor' - that's a nice situation to be in

    The time lapse worked well - can I ask how much time you shot for?

    Great work - I was only disappointed that the bird didn't rise, spin and flap in real life like it did during assembly :(
    Last edited by Stripe; 09-19-2011 at 05:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    The tempo of sound and video was excellent all through the first song, and combined with the intriguing filmwork, it was a real easy watch. The construction part (2nd song) struggled to live up to such a great first 3-4 minutes, I think if you time-lapsed (speed up) this section a bit more and cut the third part in half, you could be keeping the attention all through.

    I also watched your demo version, that had a lot of merit. Your footage was so good, you must have left a lot on the 'cutting room floor' - that's a nice situation to be in

    The time lapse worked well - can I ask how much time you shot for?

    Great work - I was only disappointed that the bird didn't rise, spin and flap in real life like it did during assembly :(
    thank you for the in depth review...
    i agree it ended up a bit long, and best songs were the first and last.
    i was struggling to find good RF music.

    you are right, i left ALOT of footage on the floor...
    i must have shot 150gb of footage, and may be used 25%
    which is why it came out a little long...

    time lapse shot for abot 3 hours...
    thats as much as i could get from 2 batteries and a 64gb card.

    im with you... i really wish they had more wind for the time lapse...
    damn wind...

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    any idea how i can embed the video into the thread?

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    thats a compliment right?

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    Yeah I enjoyed the video, same as the other guys above it was really well put together. I would maybe make the video a bit shorter but the shots and time lapse sections were really well done.

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