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Old March 11th, 2006, 03:24 PM   #1
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JVC GY-HD100-Quicktime sample clip

This is my FIRST POST onto this forum. Basically, I want to thank EVERYONE who posts & writes here for their knowledge sharing.

Working on my first Independent film:ps:...any Producers out there ;-)

Clip was shot with the JVC-720p, caputed into PREMIERE 2 via the CINEFORM codecs, DVD sent to me with the AVI clips, imported into SONY VEGAD 6d, exported as Quicktime... (pause the frame - individual HAIRS are razor sharp!!)

(it's the FEBRUARY 28th clip in the Left - double click for new window...)

Coments welcome... Joe
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Old March 12th, 2006, 04:14 PM   #2
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Life and Death / Life or Death

Interesting concept. I directed a dark music video for a goth band a few years ago with a theme of faith, spirituality, and the battle to maintain it.
I recently uploaded it onto youtube.com, just go to the following link to check it out:
I had to lower the quality significantly to keep it under the 100mb limit (It's about 70MB). The other interesting thing about your movie is the title. In 1998 my cousins and I made a short movie called Life or Death, but our story was about an elite military group sent to Iraq on foot to take back or destroy a device that had fallen into Iraqi hands that prevented any electronic weaponry from entering the a certain perimeter in Iraq.
If you are able to, you should try the lower budget approach. If you are able to make a unique picture on a low budget, that would impress producers as well as the audience showing how much you can do with such little money and resources. God willing, next year I am going to work on a action-drama that will be done with very little money, except for the camera and equipment. The majority of the cast I are already have in place. The equipment and the time are the next steps. Good luck and God bless.
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