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Old October 7th, 2013, 03:07 PM   #16
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Re: DVC23 - The Interview

Hi Tim!

I enjoyed this piece! The edits were pretty tight and although the concept was simple in nature, it was well executed.

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Old October 8th, 2013, 11:59 PM   #17
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Tim, you are selling this cool little piece way too short! I loved it!

For me it even had a twist at the end, given that in my tenure in video/filmmaking the big mystery was always whether or not all, or any, of the equipment was going to work.

Well cut, fast-paced...just the way I like 'em. Thank you!

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Old October 9th, 2013, 11:49 PM   #18
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I didn't do a BTS featurette, mainly because it would have run longer than the feature! But for those that were wondering...

I am afraid that when it comes to a pressure situation I tend to revert to what I know best. So I shot this on my Canon HF200. I used my JVC GY HD110 as the "talent" and some of my other gear was pressed in to service in roles for which it was not necessarily originally designed.

I ended up editing the film in iMovie '11 as for this job my time was short due to University study commitments. I learned quite a lot about iMovie along the way. It was the first time I have used beat markers and cut to the beat. I added in foley where live recording was insufficient and learned a lot more about making the music track fade nicely in iMovie.

I was pretty comfortable with the titling and just wanted a plain "cinematic" look to the text.

I was happy with the final product as it is my first time with anything like this, but I can see I will have to improve a lot for the next one.

(..and nobody spotted the continuity error! Phew! That ought to get the number of views up, lol.)
JVC GY HD111E, 2 x Canon HF200, FCPX, 2010 iMac (Australia)
2 x Canon HF200, FCPX, 2011 MacBook Air (Canada)

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