CastielTheFallen wrote:Fantastic stuff brotha!
JaddziaDax wrote:I enjoyed it
macchinainterna wrote:This turned out so good! Old school amv editing that's top notch
Great job, Ben
ReggieSmalls wrote:Good video man
Milk or Life! wrote:Dunno if its all that old schoold emulated but it's pretty enjoyable which is quote hard for me in amvs these days for some reason. Feels good
MouseBollocks wrote:Really dug this. Not only does it feel totally evocative of a particular time and place (I'd actually love to see more videos like this being made now), but it's a really fun video in it's own right. Really fucking great work, and honestly one of my favourite videos from this year so far.
Thanks Crack in the Sky!
I feel much the same about oldschool AMVs, and I can't get enough Kare Kano AMVs.
This will fit neatly right next to Kusoyaros Build Me Up Buttercup (how you mentioned in the viddesc) and Mabaroshis Far & Away .. yeah no dl HERE YOU GO
CrackTheSky wrote:Qyot27 wrote:I miss videos like this.
Only complaint: the encode should've been for Video CD.
Teach me, master.
Qyot27 wrote:Free version of TMPGEnc with the 'NTSC Film' (for 23.976 fps) template under VCD is the easiest way. Or more technically, 1150kbps CBR* MPEG-1 @ 352x240 (352x288 for PAL) and 224kbps 44.1 kHz MP2. If in doubt in regards to compliancy, get an old version of Nero and try to add the .mpg file to a Video CD project. I doubt current versions still have that option; I might be wrong, though.
*at least according to spec; XVCDs that used VBR may or may not work in standalone players. This is technology from 1993, after all.
1150kbps + 224kbps = 1374 kbps / 8 = 171.75 KiB/s * 60 sec = 10.305 MiB per minute
That old '10 MiB per minute' rule that was so ubiquitous back in the Xvid era? It was a direct product of VCD conventions whereby a standard CD would hold 80 minutes of content, as the intended maximum duration of a VCD was set to match the maximum duration for music CDs.
Replay Studios wrote:old school ftw ^^
Pikapwn wrote:Really tight editing, especially the sync. Nice work!
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