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Postby Lyrs » Wed Oct 09, 2002 11:55 pm

AbsoluteGorgeous videos. :wink:

I have many years yet till I can do that....I'll leave the Op's after I run through the vids several more times.

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Postby Kusoyaro » Thu Oct 10, 2002 9:40 am

Mag Launcher wrote:
AbsoluteDestiny wrote:You have a valid viewpoint but you have rudely hijacked the thread which was trying to advertise a video in a honest manner.

If you have an opinion on the video, then leave an opinion. If you have an opinion on amvs in general then post it in the General AMV forum.

Ranting in a thread where someone is trying to advertise the video they worked INCREDIBLY hard on is an insult. Go and take your lack of manners elsewhere.


You have failed to miss something very important...

I don't give a fuck about manners on an amv forum

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Postby AbsoluteDestiny » Thu Oct 10, 2002 9:58 am

Where's Scott when you need him :)
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Postby Mag Launcher » Fri Oct 11, 2002 6:11 am

OmniStrata wrote:Ah, Mag, but what do you say to someone who's done BOTH fx and NON-fx videos?!

:roll:


I hope people didn't think I was diving artists by efx/non-efx. I never said it was bad to use efx but if you're going to use them at leas use them right. Something no one is doing right now.
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Postby FirestormXIII » Fri Oct 11, 2002 10:47 pm

Mag Launcher wrote:I hope people didn't think I was diving artists by efx/non-efx. I never said it was bad to use efx but if you're going to use them at leas use them right. Something no one is doing right now.

So they're using them 'wrong' because you say so? Hmm, interesting. And so who decides what 'wrong' is?

Ohhh, that's right, it's up to the individual to decide. I almost forgot.
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Postby Mag Launcher » Sat Oct 12, 2002 8:36 am

FirestormXIII wrote:
Mag Launcher wrote:I hope people didn't think I was diving artists by efx/non-efx. I never said it was bad to use efx but if you're going to use them at leas use them right. Something no one is doing right now.

So they're using them 'wrong' because you say so? Hmm, interesting. And so who decides what 'wrong' is?

Ohhh, that's right, it's up to the individual to decide. I almost forgot.


You people sure d love your jumping to conclusions and rhetorical questions don't you?
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Postby FirestormXIII » Sat Oct 12, 2002 10:33 am

Mag Launcher wrote:
FirestormXIII wrote:
Mag Launcher wrote:I hope people didn't think I was diving artists by efx/non-efx. I never said it was bad to use efx but if you're going to use them at leas use them right. Something no one is doing right now.

So they're using them 'wrong' because you say so? Hmm, interesting. And so who decides what 'wrong' is?

Ohhh, that's right, it's up to the individual to decide. I almost forgot.


You people sure d love your jumping to conclusions and rhetorical questions don't you?

How is it jumping to a conclusion when you made your position quite clear. :?
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Postby Mag Launcher » Sat Oct 12, 2002 4:51 pm

If you have to ask...
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Postby Ga-Hing » Sat Oct 12, 2002 5:38 pm

smmoooo-oke fire in sky....
The smoke video was...alright, but used spoilers...imo you can use spoilers and make anything look pretty good, seeing how spoilers are normally the best part of the series and have the most action and what not. But anyways, the video was still fairly fun to watch. The part where Kenshin goes ape shit on Shishio...where that little 'score' stuff came up was kinda cool...
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Postby Scott A Melzer » Mon Oct 14, 2002 1:57 am

AbsoluteDestiny wrote:Where's Scott when you need him :)


Right here!
Weird... I'm currently writing an e-mail to Ian right now...

Back on subject: Wow. I'm really impressed with the DDR vids that I've seen so far! Wahoo! Way awesome. I still remember Mike & Meri's faces when I said, "Hsien said that you could have a track. But... It's 'Smoke.' You've got no choice." We sat down and I played the track for them from my 2nd Mix CD. We downloaded the lyrics 'cause we hadn't a friggin' clue what they were. Man, the three of us were entirely clueless about what the video could POSSIBLY be about. If you don't know what everyone's complaining about, check out the lyrics. Sheesh!

But, somehow they made an awesome vid.

Funny thing is, there really aren't many effects. Couple of arrows and such. With a "dance" vid, I think that effects are okay, 'cause it's supposed to be flashy. Depends on the type of videos. Me, I prefer the dramatic kinds. The ones where effects are seamless and invisible. But... DDR is all about flash, so it's okay.

You want to see an awesome dramatic video that has NO effects in it? A real "old school" video that just completely kicks ass? Check out the second video listed here, the Trigun one. I watched that one go through many changes and developments and while I still don't think it's absolutely perfect (nuthin' is, of course), WOW. I just hope to be that good some day. That video ACCOMPLISHES what I've always tried to do, and failed.

At least, in my own opinion. It might not be your cup o' tea, but I definately recommend it.

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Postby Mag Launcher » Mon Oct 14, 2002 12:18 pm

:)
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Postby Chaos Angel » Mon Oct 14, 2002 12:54 pm

I just finished the two videos. Great job. I love the simplicity of the Trigun video, and Smoke flows really nicely.

Great work, guys.
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Postby Scott A Melzer » Mon Oct 14, 2002 12:54 pm

:wink:

...Oh, sorry. I didn't mean to blow off your points about videos becoming more and more effects ladden. They defiantely are. Well, some of them. But, there were always "bad" videos. Too many effects is just a symptom. There ARE still very good videos being made, but I really don't think that it's a race to just get faster and have more and more impressive effects. Yes, many people ARE doing that, but they usually don't make good videos! I heard that most of the videos at AWA were more "old school" and less effects heavy. This sounds like a good thing. People are saying, "Hey, all this flash doesn't actually work!" And now that there are web sites like this one, ideas get exchanged VERY quickly, so copying is a lot more likely.

We'll just have to wait and see. Effects don't make a video, but they don't necessarily kill one, either. Look at your favourite vids and ask yourself how many of them have a lot of effects. Most of mine have few or none, but there are the exceptions (Tainted Donuts, Shameless Rock).

Peace out, and sorry for ignoring your valid (if extreme) point.
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Postby Mag Launcher » Mon Oct 14, 2002 2:00 pm

I still think everyone is in an effects race.
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Postby Ga-Hing » Mon Oct 14, 2002 2:01 pm

i love common sense!
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