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Old April 3rd, 2006, 03:24 PM   #46
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Not that I know off. Here is the my space thingy he has.
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Old April 3rd, 2006, 09:59 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by Jeremy Hughes
Hey Ash, I know this isnt the right forum... but would love to see (or get the title) to that vid. I'm sure its pretty sweet seeing your other work.

It was "Save Me" by Hanson. You can find it on the net. They had no time to record a new video so I took some live footage and effected it. It doesnt seem like much now but the effect was VERY hard to do then. In order to get the sketched looked I had to export every frame into Photoshop and add multiple effects, first make it B&W, then negative, the adjust the contrast and finally a charcoal pencil filter. Then I had to re-import it into Premiere and build the video. For the colorized part, I simply overlayed the uneffected video and made it 80% transparent. Nowadays, it is simply right click, add filter!!!!!!

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Old April 25th, 2006, 11:01 PM   #48
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Well I guess there's not going to be anymore examples of what main stream artists have shot videos on DV/HDV and aired on MTV, VH-1, etc. in prime time by the author of this thread or his supporters. So, I will mention one. I was working on an HD music video last week featuring George Huff, a top ten American Idol contestant. It was shot with the Panasonic DVC Pro HD Varicam. The director shoots all of TLC's videos and several other big names on film and HD. Well, he said that several R Kelly videos had been shot on HDV and aired on MTV in primetime. Well, after hearing that, I had to post it here and prove myself wrong, because I actually admit it. Just because there have been a select few produced on these formats though, doesn't mean that DV or HDV is widely accepted.

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Old April 26th, 2006, 01:53 PM   #49
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Wow james, pat yourself on the back. I think it was decided a while ago that the majority of videos played on MTV are chosen due to popularity, not format. If whatever popular artist decided to shoot on HI8 right now, the video would probably air. But they wouldn't, because they can afford film.
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