LOL see this surprised me too. Because I also enjoy watching it. It's got a unique "prettiness" to it. Aside from the ending.CodeZTM wrote:Well, this was unique. I really enjoyed it. In a "I like the artistic statement behind it", not the whole "I enjoy watching people getting eaten" thing. >_>
I know this is something I need to work on. For the moment I just throw shit in wmv because unlike my experience with pretty much every other container and/or codec on the planet, if I encode it to wmv once, it comes out at exactly what I expect it to look like and at a decent filesize. Whereas wit other things, my results are always all over the place, require somewhat of a guess and check system, etc., etc. Also I can export directly to wmv from premiere, whereas pretty much all other options require exporting a lossless copy, porting to some other software, then encoding.Visual quality was kind of sub-par. Might be something to consider in the future with a different container. Plus, I know I've seen gorgeous Jin-roh AMVs in quality terms.
The combination is really awesome. I'm a bit disappointed I wasn't able to catch a humor aspect (I guess I suck at this in general, I've never been able to make a good comedy video) but what I did end up with, I like. And I'm glad you liked it too. But could you elaborate on the 'unique synching'? Or were you referring to something else in its 'uniqueness'?Pretty nice sync. Unique in some parts to what I'm used to seeing, so I liked that. Plus the song/anime worked extremely well together.
Thank you. When I first started this video, the idea I had for it was the 'pack scene' being repeated in effects-driven loops at "He ate my heart" but after about 5 minutes of working on the video I realized that wouldn't work at all and I went with something somewhat-story driven. Turns out though that the Gaga song and this movie really do work out rather perfectly-- in an ironic way. Have you seen the movie? Because what is displayed in this video (and written in the song) is almost exactly what happens (At least metaphorically).But what really made it entertaining was that it was such a good match of anime and music. Plus, the mood was so dark, yet romantic. It was a weird feeling. Almost as if them having a beautiful thing, and his wolfy side getting soft, but then it all going far away after her situation with the pack. Good scene selection really brought this out.
I'd reccomend. The gore bit wasn't THAT terrible, if that's something that might turn others off.
Lol. That's where the comedy part evolved from. I thought it was too perfect to pass up.AimoAio wrote:Even though the song was about a Monster, I totally did not expect that wolf pack to come out and eat her.
Well both happen in the movie (and song. And AMV, I thought). So I thought it worked out. ^^I was expecting something along the lines of "eating" metaphorically as in "destroying" but not actual literal eating.
So that made it quite....interesting. I was sad about the song cut though.
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