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ManAndDog
06-14-2005, 12:09 PM
Hi guys,

We have al long thread in the wip/critique: Stills forum. We started there with a thread when we we're still modeling but now I think we shoud be posting here.

If you wan't to see the other thread it is here:
http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?t=220105

This is our last big post (the animation is going to be done soon), so were hoping that you will give us some feedback on the video.

We think that in the beginning there should be more shots to spice up the flow, but we don't exactly know where along the timeline, please help us out with this.

We are also thinking of putting a stroboscope like effect over the more intense parts of the clip that flickers at the beat of the music.

Please take in consideration that not all of the effects have yet been applied on all of the scenes. There are some short black moments in the video, these are places where there are missing shots that we're still making. There is one shot missing which is a close-up of someone catching fire.

Also the end is not complete yet, at the very end of the clip directly after the scene where the door opens again, there is a shot where we as a viewer are looking through the eyes of someone who is nervously looking around the room in search of something that has caused the fire.

Please give us feedback, how we can make the clip more like a music video. Like I said above in this post were considering some sort of a stroboscopic effect, but we don't really know how to do this, all of the editing has been done with premiere pro with the extra effects pack from sapphire.

the link to download our almost finished video clip:

http://members.home.nl/twalter/Torched14-25.wmv (http://members.home.nl/twalter/Torched14-25.wmv) ( 30 MB )


Greetz ManAndDog

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