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Postby shiromeniirukanjou » Mon Nov 21, 2011 12:36 pm

A while ago, I got pretty gung-ho over the prospect of finally getting to make an AMV, as I realized Windows Vista included Windows Movie Maker. So I right away, with reading nary a tutorial or forum post or any other outside source of information on it, ripped some footage (at 720X480) with a program called Xilisoft, imported it into WMM and just started editing. I was enthralled with having made an AMV in the end, whatever it came out; in fact, I even submitted it to an upcoming convention's AMV Contest. Although I've come back to the video to get it ready to send with the submission, and I'm pretty worried now that I may have been a might bit rash... :sweat:
I didn't realize, from not reading any tutorials for fear of intimidating my resolve to make an AMV, that there would be so much technical work to be done, to make something worth watching.
While I'm most likely going to download AviSynth and the AMVApp (if I can...), and become more educated on the subject of editing, I was just curious if there's anything I can do post-production to this video to perhaps make it look a little better?

http://vimeo.com/30046471
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Re: Advice appreciated

Postby Pwolf » Tue Nov 29, 2011 1:31 am

There's very little you can do, or more like should do, in post to improve quality. Other than the interlacing, the video quality looks fine. If you still have the project file you can re-rip the sources (and deinterlace/IVTC the source) then attempt to reload it into the project and export again. Otherwise, learn how to deinterlace/IVTC so you don't make the same mistake in the future.
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