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    Another DVD loop, this time for a corporate golf day. It's encoded with MPEG1 at a low resolution to keep the file size small enough for download - thought I'd encode to MPEG-1 as a comparison of file sizes...

    http://www.marcpeters.co.uk/aa.intro-loop-golf-2.mpg

    (15 secs, 2.59MB, MPEG1)

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    in what videoprogram you made this movie?

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    Video editing was done with Adobe Premiere 6.5

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    Good stuff, nice beat to it. The ting of the golf ball felt a little odd against the soundtrack but then this is about video editing not sound effects.
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    Strangely enough, it didn't "work" when i took out the tings

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    Yeah I can beleive that. Did you take them out completely and leave and add nothing in there place?
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    Yer, I ended up juist leaving the entire audio track. Normally it works better if you either delete or completely lower the volume of the original audio track - but with the asscoiation of the swing of the golf club and the "ping" and "swoosh" sound, had to leave the audio at the normal balance!

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    Those lines coming in look pretty sweet. And I still can't do they two videos in one screen trick heh. Pretty good loop though..gets me pumped for golfing..when in fact I dont even enjoy hitting a ball..heh..Only thing I can say about it is I think you should've timed it out a little better with the words and those guitar riffs. Other than that good job!
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