So its been awhile since my last video. This one's not a tutorial, but something different. A big thanks and shout out to Thunderchild, Llandi SpaceInvader, Agen, Cythis, Seldrin, Naldoran, Kortar, MJay, Wixiban, and Majidj who all dedicated their time and effort to the making of this video.
(constructive note: The quick cuts, and almost constantly moving camera, was a bit jarring. But you did some very cool/creative stuff. Good job.)
I'm truly amazed by those words Tacofangs, I never imagined that this would ever get the attention of you or the team, so that just made my day
As to the cuts, my last video was anything but cutting, so I confess I did decide to experiment a bit with this one.
Originally Posted by dauntlessf05
I personally love the slow downs and quick cuts. I think that these are good for short videos. If you video was 10 mins long full of quick cuts, then it might make someone a little dizzy. But overall, I thought that this was near perfect! Look forwards to seeing more?
What video editing software did you use on this? I use Vegas Pro 10. Always been interested to see what other people use for these creations.
Also, what program do you use for video captions. I've tried FRAPS but find that it kinda causes the video to be choppy lol Might be my computer though who knows lol
I use FRAPS for capturing, mostly because I've had a license for it for near ages and it's not given me much trouble, so I'm not aware of anything out there that does it better. If you're having problems with chop with FRAPS it could either be your video card not able to handle the load, or a slow hard drive will also cause FRAPS to drop frames while capturing.
As for editing, I use Premiere Pro, with a dash of After Effects; again mostly because I've been playing with it for years and so I know my way around and it handles the FRAPS codec quite well.
Originally Posted by graleron
Thank you Matrix Aran -- it's good to see your movie making skills have gotten even better since the old EVE days!
My god that was awhile back, I'm amazed folks remember those. I've been floating around since then without doing much, so it feels good to be making a film again.