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Old June 7th, 2011, 03:23 AM   #1
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Bangkok based trailer for an imaginary film 0:55

All those questions I've been asking you, it's only fair that I show you what I'm up to.

First time I've attempted anything cinematic and it's unlikely to be made into a proper feature, it's mysterious but doesn't really have a subject, however your ideas are more than welcome.

Fundamentally it's an example of the colorization and sound engineering I have been learning in Final Cut Pro.

Those familiar with my recent thread will see where I am going wrong regarding my settings, should the whole screen be filled??

Advice welcome.

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