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Old April 27th, 2008, 05:51 PM   #511
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Shortmovie - Meerblick

Hi!

I'm a german student and want to show of my work.
My course has produced a shortmovie (16min.) in five weeks, 1 week recording and 1.5 editing. I've done the filming and editing together with a good friend of mine. The actors speak German, but in a few days I'll post the translated text.

Meerblick (Ocean view) - To have a last look at the ocean!


Malte as a young self-confident boy, has high marks at school and withstands every problem.
Really everything?
He is confronted with death at the age of 17:
Malte's mother is going to die.
He cares after his mother in every single minute and anticipates Nele's every wish. Just as her last dream, to have a last look at the ocean.
The love towards his mother lets Malte move heaven and earth...


Filmed on my Sony PMW-EX1 in 1080p25 with 1/50s, without a filmadapter, just the stock-lens. Audio was gathered through a Sennheiser Me66 and a Sennheiser wireless system.
Many shots used a steadycam and sometimes a dolly.
At end of day shooting, the two 8GB SxS cards were downloaded onto my MacBookPro.
Editing and audio mixing happend on Final Cut Pro 6.0.2. The general look was given inside the camera and for final colorgrading I used Apple Color.

Video
FULL HD 1080p:
http://pingu2k.ath.cx/Meerblick%201080p.wmv

small HD 720p:
http://pingu2k.ath.cx/Meerblick%20720p.wmv

regular PAL for slow computers:
http://pingu2k.ath.cx/Meerblick%20pal.wmv

pico for tiny downloadratio:
http://pingu2k.ath.cx/Meerblick%20small.wmv


Making-Of Pictures:
http://pingu2k.ath.cx/gallery2/f/Kur...0Cross%20Media

I'm interested in comments technically and regarding content.

Happy viewing
Gregor

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Old April 27th, 2008, 08:56 PM   #512
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here's a weird one guys

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFWP1hGORis

shot on HVX in 480p. Audio is double system on the 702T at 24bit/48khz.

Edited and mixed in vegas.
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Old April 28th, 2008, 04:44 AM   #513
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new swedish rap video

I shot this music video for a swedish rapper with a Canon XM2 and edited with Premiere Pro CS3 and color grading done with Color Finesse 2. Hope to hear your thoughts, thanks!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDsnlx-I52U&ftm=18
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Old April 28th, 2008, 06:30 AM   #514
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2008 VideoReel

Just finished my 2008 VideoReel. Sort of a combination of everything over the last year or so before I start work on a full-time project called Vermillion. Finalised some new colours, got the grain I am after. I also had a hand at Twixtor, and used it for a shot at 0:42. Seemed to turn out quite well, with a few noticable pieces of people or bike missing if you look closely:)

http://www.savatarclan.net/ollie_smi...eoreel2008.jpg
2008 VideoReel, 64.9MB 1:00, 800x450 H.264

Hope you enjoy!:)
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Old April 28th, 2008, 09:57 AM   #515
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Feature - FINALLY - released on DVD

Hi All -
Long story short after years of dealing with an inept distributor - an award winning feature I made several years ago is - at long last - available on DVD.

read the story - I'm sure many of you can relate!

Check out the site. If you want to pick up a copy - thanks - if not feel free to pass the url on to friends, enemies, lovers, haters and various message boards.

http://www.ratbastardmovie.com



thanks
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Old April 28th, 2008, 05:20 PM   #516
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UPDATE: Why is my video doing this?

The camera seems to be working fine now, although it does jitter when panning after I capture the footage to my computer, but when I burn a DVD it looks smooth on the TV now. I am thinking that is due to my computer even though I have a Hyper Threading Pentium 4 / 3.4GHz with 3.25GB of RAM and 70% of my application hard drive space available as I keep all my data on external drives.

Here are the service details from Canon:
"It was found that the internal component was dusty. The playback image was distorted from time to time. The internal component was replaced. Other electrical adjustments, inspections, and cleaning, mechanical adjustments and parts replacements were carried out."

The cost was: $271.53. (all labor even though they said they replaced a part) Who knows...

Here is the original thread:
http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthread.php?t=118999
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Old April 28th, 2008, 05:26 PM   #517
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Oh ya, Canon was very quick getting this done.

Also, I have only done 1 test with the camera so if anything changes I will update you all. Thanks again for your help.
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Old April 29th, 2008, 01:26 AM   #518
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Whooah! That was cool. Love the story, editing, pacing, etc. Great job.
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Old April 29th, 2008, 02:01 PM   #519
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Nice

Hey Oliver,

I like the overall look and feeling of your reel. You have some great shots. I also like the film flare effects. What camera did you shoot this with?

Also, the logo at the end was done really well! I kind of wanted the background to fade out as the logo stayed on screen, but that's just my 2 cents.

Check out my Demo Reel, thanks.

John
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Old April 29th, 2008, 07:41 PM   #520
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Congrats Barry!

The 48-hour judging can be fickle. Glad to see they picked a deserving winner!
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Old May 1st, 2008, 05:22 AM   #521
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From the shorts I watched yours was in a league of its own.
Great film
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Old May 1st, 2008, 02:39 PM   #522
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48 Hour Film VICTORY!

WATCH IT HERE

http://www.psynema.com/phillycrew/cl...74191e006d8e24


Canon XH A1 + Glidecam for PHiladelphia 48 Hour April 25-27


Winner
Best Directing $500.00
Audience Choice Award

Two of the people I worked with run ProjectTwenty1 http://www.projecttwenty1.com which runs over 21 days this summer, so if you want more leeway, check it out!


Team Psynema:

Gary Hanna: Dir/Camera/Editor (Me)

Derek Dressler: Writer

Stephanie Yuhas: Writer/Producer/Extra/Title Animation

Matt Conant: Gaffer/DP/Extra("pretty sure that voids the warranty")/Producer

Rosalie Kenny: Extra(Cell Phone girl)/Editor

Natalie Sandone: Lead Actress

Dale John Jacobs: Lead Actor

Jordan Oplinger: Camera/Editor/End Title FX/Photographer

Lee Rosenfeldt: Photographer/Title Animation

Keith Lyons: Actor

Dave Beroff: Extra/PA

Mike Samula: Actor (Repairman)

Tamer Tewfik: Music

Justin Freeland Sokol: Music

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Old May 1st, 2008, 02:57 PM   #523
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WATCH IT HERE

http://www.psynema.com/phillycrew/cl...74191e006d8e24


Canon XH A1 + Glidecam for PHiladelphia 48 Hour April 25-27


Winner
Best Directing $500.00
Audience Choice Award
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Old May 1st, 2008, 03:12 PM   #524
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Old May 1st, 2008, 04:05 PM   #525
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Fine this time.

And I was just about to buy a new one for my home. I'll never be able to look at appliances in the same light again.

Very well done. Didn't notice the technical expertise because I was so involved in the story. That's what is meant to happen in cinema after all.
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