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Old May 30th, 2006, 01:03 PM   #406
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That was really cool! Yeah, I thought it was a bit slow and I was starting to get bored watching it, but then I'm still a teenager and the target audience might not feel the same way.

I loved all the graphics you did in it, what programs did you use? Excellent color.

Well, except for the brown, I didn't like that too much... kind of band-aidy but I'm sure it's meant to be. The brown kind of blurs the first scene of the girl at the computer, but looks fine all after that.

Really awesome, where will this be used?

And also, thank god my mom's not here to hit me for saying this... but, if you don't mind, approximately, just a round estimate... did you get for making this? Also, how long did it take you to complete it?

Super cool super cool, have a good day
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Old June 1st, 2006, 12:31 AM   #407
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Funny you should mention the brown color James, some people didn’t like it either, so I made one with a blue background.

http://www.heydocsoftware.com/downlo..._high_blue.mp4

Used After Effects a little Photoshop and then Premiere Pro. Where will it be used? Mainly web I think, I also made a matching CD install with the video, and I think they might duplicate it.

How much did I get paid for the job? This piece of work was done while working at the multimedia department of a publishing house, I get paid by the hour, regardless of work.

How long did it take? Who knows, at the publishing house I juggle all kinds of work, audio engineering, editing, video multimedia projects, I can hardly remember what I did yesterday.

Some of the icons where given to me along with the red-pill-logo thing. So I had something start with right away.
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Old June 1st, 2006, 12:58 PM   #408
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New Pilot Commercial shot on Sony FX1e

Hey guys, just finished a pilot commercial for the revival of "Dunlop Greenflash".

http://www.pixelloft.com/other_work.htm

Shot it on a £100 budget, with the FX1 capturing in HDV interlaced, some theatre Par Cans, and some other bits and pieces.

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Shot in HDV 50I mode, with my own 35mm adapter.

Captured and edited in FCP on a G5

Tried a zillion different de-interlacers (yes all of them), and ended up using FCP's native one (throwing away half the res..... never mind) I think it was due to the excessive amount of movement in the frames and the low shutter i had to use.

Put the deinterlaced, and now uncompressed edit into Shake for some careful Colour Correction.

As always... id like any feedback, and feel free to ask any questions.

Thanks, Nick

www.pixelloft.com
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Old June 1st, 2006, 09:52 PM   #409
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looks great dude, like all of your stuff, great look'n stuff
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Old June 2nd, 2006, 11:45 AM   #410
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what do you mean by "Pilot" commercial ??
is that another word for spec commercial ?


keep up the excellent work !!

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Old June 2nd, 2006, 01:33 PM   #411
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Hi Don sorry about that, i do mean spec commercial.

Thanks Jon
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Old June 3rd, 2006, 12:08 PM   #412
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My First Commercial

Two weeks ago—much to my surprise—I was offered a job to do a commercial by a guy who had seen my last rollerblading video (I've been doing them for a few years now). The commercial was for a video game event and they wanted a typical game-screenshot sequence with techno and VO. I told him that I wasn't interested in doing that sort of stuff, but if they were open to it, I could come up with a concept that would stand out a little better. I jotted down a quick spec and emailed it to him. Four days later, we got the green light from the company.

Now, with a real pro-gig in hand, I began to sweat. I had a week to script, shoot, and edit the spot, and since I am not too tech savvy (I'm more of the writer/director-type), I came to these boards for help. I'd like to thank Boyd Ostroff, Nate Schmidt, Giroud Francois, David Tames, Glenn Chan, and David Tames for their technical advice. I'm very green to the pro equipment and you guys were a great help. Thanks. Here's the spot:

http://www.mindgame.tv/wsvg_kentucky.mov

Actor: John Schwab
Music by: Scott Harrah and Brett Papa
Graphics: Drew Bachrach
Camera: Sony PD-170
Sound: Sennheiser MKH-416 Shotgun Microphone
Software: FCP 4.5, Nattress 2.5.1

I guess it's going to play in and around Kentucky on the Sci Fi Network, Comedy Central, etc. over the next few weeks.
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Old June 4th, 2006, 12:17 AM   #413
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That was sick man! Great job!
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Old June 4th, 2006, 12:19 AM   #414
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I liked the pisstake on the whole Stallone/Van-Damme type genre.
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Old June 4th, 2006, 12:24 AM   #415
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Loved it - great athleticism, great looking vid, and a head rocking soundtrack.
Nice.
Your own 35mm adapter? Any pics?
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Old June 4th, 2006, 01:21 AM   #416
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A Cautionary Tale - Student Film

My latest film - shot in 16mm Arriflex, except the third part... on Bolex.

Intro to film class.

http://studentpages.scad.edu/~maslan...and%20High.mov

hope you like it =)
and please tell me what you think.

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Old June 4th, 2006, 07:13 AM   #417
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final project highschool

Hey everybody

This is a movie I made for my project. the subject was "expressionistic form in film". It's about the mise en scene in the expressionistic film.

I filmed it with my panasonic gs400. I filmed it in colour and then turned it to black and white in post. I just used 2 desklights with each 100 watt

Hope you enjoy it.

http://www.16plus.be/node/1248 (the link to my movie)

any comments would be helpful. That's the main reason, so I could know what you people find of it so I could learn from it. So any comment is helpful, even if it's bad. thank you

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Old June 4th, 2006, 11:24 AM   #418
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The link won't work for me.
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Old June 4th, 2006, 11:30 AM   #419
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yes the site is temporarely offline. I will post a comment if it's back online
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Old June 4th, 2006, 01:04 PM   #420
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I can not get it to play correctly with any player, Quicktime Pro, Real Media, Windows Media or Nero Player, the audio plays fine however the video hangs.
If I scrub through the clip I see scenes that did not play.


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