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Ryan Douglas January 20th, 2006 10:11 PM

thanks for the response. It is sooooooooooo much easier when using two cameras, but as I was working independently, that wasn't an option. I actually got more sideline and reaction shots than I thought I would be able to. The one thing I was dissapointed about was the mic quality. I used a Samson Airline on this package and it wasn't really as clean on the tackle and blocking sfx.

James Darren January 20th, 2006 10:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Ryan Douglas
thanks for the response. It is sooooooooooo much easier when using two cameras, but as I was working independently, that wasn't an option.

Yeh i'm the same, can rarely find another operator who can handle a 2nd camera well enough!

Glenn Gipson January 24th, 2006 04:56 PM

My DVX100A movie is on NetFlix
 
http://www.netflix.com/MovieDisplay?...d=11128999_0_0

And don't worry, you don't have to like Rap to see it :) There's really not a lot of rap music in it. Thanks!

K. Forman January 24th, 2006 06:20 PM

Man... I bet you're loving that title- "First Time Film Maker". Congrats Glenn!

By the way, don't your loyal friends here get a free peek?

Glenn Gipson January 24th, 2006 07:17 PM

Thanks! It isn't the most polished DVX100 movie out there, but it's a start!

Steven Julien January 24th, 2006 10:25 PM

hey steve,

i thought everything you guys did was great. the footage of the movie looks great, and i'm a big fan of drama. the video montage is great, then i watched the video journal from beginning to end. i've worked on big budget sets, but i'm such a big fan of low budget movies. great job on the editing, it's a lot to go through in five days.

take care,
steven

Owen Bickford January 25th, 2006 12:14 AM

The Tattoo Wazoo Treatment
 
This is the first time I've posted a video of my own, although I've been shooting for a while. My band was goofing around today, and in our boredom we created a video. If i could only get ideas when the dv challenges roll around, i'd be even happier. I use a Sony TRV18 and Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5. I also used the CineLook plug to cover the poor quality of my camea.

thanks for any response.

http://www.thetimelinepost.com/video...otreatment.mov

Mark Utley January 25th, 2006 04:35 PM

Under The Bridge - shot with Sony Z1
 
Hey everyone,

I have a new episode of Under The Bridge out now. It's an internet TV show I produce about the local music scene here in Saskatoon, SK, Canada. Episode 9 (the newest one) is the best I've done so far and I'm very happy with it.

It was shot with a Sony Z1, edited on Premiere Pro and compressed with Windows Media Encoder. There was a Panasonic DVX100 used as a second camera for the All Purpose Voltage Heroes interview.

Any feedback would be appreciated!

Thanks,

-mark

Under The Bridge: http://underthebridge.mumps.ca/

Peter Wiley January 25th, 2006 05:48 PM

I liked it, Mark. The piece hangs together well and has a professional look and feel. I do think some things sequences could be edited more tightly -- like the chimps. Maybe we don't need to see all of the giggling. Less is more.

Canada has a murder capitol? Who knew?

Daniel Riser January 25th, 2006 09:08 PM

Treasure of the Templars
 
A film I produced and co-wrote.

www.treasureofthetemplars.com

Website will be updated soon.

Ken Lamug January 26th, 2006 12:20 AM

Hey congratulations! what was the process to get your film on netflix? would like to find out. :)

Mark Utley January 26th, 2006 02:13 AM

Thanks for your feedback, Peter. A couple people have said they didn't really understand why they were laughing so much. I've never really edited anything like that before so it'll take a couple episodes for me to get a feel for it (and especially to be able to know how the viewers will react to everything).

Peter Wiley January 26th, 2006 05:37 AM

It's hard for anyone, even people who have been doing it for a long time and esp. hard when one is working mostly by oneself -- that's why there are directors, producers, test screenings etc.

I find that most of my intial edits can generally be tightened considerably without doing much damage to the story.

Glenn Gipson January 26th, 2006 06:24 AM

The movie is being released through another distributor, not NetFlix.

Owen Bickford January 26th, 2006 09:04 PM

32 views so far, no replies? is it that bad? i can take it.


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