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Old October 9th, 2010, 09:14 AM   #1
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Making of: commercial shoot

Howdy all,

Had about 4 hours of footage to sift through and put together what I hope is an entertaining look at the making of the Scott and Todd Name Game commercial, from 95.5 WPLJFM NY.

Curious on your thoughts. Is it too slow, too long, etc? Also, since this is a making of, I modified the end of that first commercial a little, in what I hope is a fun way :)...rather than showing the finished footage, put my footage in at the end :).

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Old October 9th, 2010, 09:55 PM   #2
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Hi Neil,

I think this video is missing one piece - a voice over track. It could be of you (or whoever the director was) talking about what went on during the day, what is going on in the video, etc.

I think with that it will hold peoples attention more.

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Old October 10th, 2010, 08:46 AM   #3
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You know.....

I was thinking that. But I dunno if it was really needed, other than to try and explain the technical side of the commercial shoot, and the type of equipment that they use. And for that, I'd need to get a list from the guys who don't exactly have the time to send it off to me.....but it might be something I'll look into in the future. Gotta find someone with a good voice, though, because people will be tuning out in droves if I do it :)
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