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Thread: My First Full Length Fly-Fishing Documentary Video

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    Default My First Full Length Fly-Fishing Documentary Video

    For those that never watched this fly-fishing Documentary on the Pere Marquette River in Michigan, here it is. Enjoy! A Woodland Rivers Exp

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    Pictures fine. Sound good. Use of original music is to be encouraged but: Guitar out of tune. Drove me mad.
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    Thanks for your reply Tim and yes I realize that I am not the best guitar player and hit a few or quite a few sour notes...anyway, glad you enjoyed the picture and what did you think about the subject and story line if you will?

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    I didn't really spot the sour notes (and those never get to me) just one of the strings was slightly off
    I'm afraid I can't really comment on the content as I have no interest. Lines like "I won't be surprised if we find a salmon or two" probably raise the excitement somewhat in the target audience, but I'm afraid all I hear is "Yadda yadda, fish, yadda, fish". This is not a criticism of your film, more an indication of how far away I am from your target audience. (If you need further prrof, we have films about fishing made by the BBC and I hear exactly the same if ever I'm in the same room as a TV showing one of those).

    It seemed competently presented and didn't talk down to the audience.

    Again you have the issue of sound all on one channel, but you know about that now.
    Tim

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    How do you change the sound channels....please excuse my ignorance. Thank you!

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    If we weren't ignorant, we couldn't ever learn anything. Please don't ever apologise for ignorance - at least not here. Indeed I am ignorant of one thing which is preventing me from answering (or indeed knowing if I can answer) your question.

    What software are you using?
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    If we weren't ignorant, we couldn't ever learn anything. Please don't ever apologise for ignorance - at least not here. Indeed I am ignorant of one thing which is preventing me from answering (or indeed knowing if I can answer) your question.

    What software are you using?
    For this particular video, Final Cut Express.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baetis View Post
    For this particular video, Final Cut Express.
    And now I'm ignorant. Over to FCE users ...
    Tim

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    Tim,

    I appreciate your feedback....do you have any personal videos that you have been involved with and perhaps a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baetis View Post
    ..do you have any personal videos that you have been involved with and perhaps a link?
    You may live to regret that! I've PM'd you.
    Tim

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