Presenting: "I'm An Asshole" (Kyou Souma version!)

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Presenting: "I'm An Asshole" (Kyou Souma version!)

Postby Link and Luigi » Sat Dec 28, 2002 1:39 pm

This is my FIRST EVER music video but I am very happy with the ending results. To download it, go to this link: ... ole%20(Kyo).avi

If that doesn't work, tell me and I'll try to fix it or something. I'm new at this site and even though it may seem SO obvious to some people, I must be missing SOMETHING because I'm having some trouble.
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Postby MistyCaldwell » Sat Dec 28, 2002 8:33 pm

What kind of codec do you have for it? I downloaded it and it seemed to download fine but won't read in either media player or the divx player. Is the copy available for download corrupted somehow?
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Postby SpiXe » Sat Dec 28, 2002 9:23 pm

Hey there.
Brand new to the forum and to everything about this web site in general. But have loved custom music video's, especially anime's, for quite some time and finally made a premeired my own (right above you). Heres is my rating on yours.

Video compression was a little much for me, I know you had to keep it small, but IMHO (i'm sure this total differs from others, and thats ok) I'd rather use more harddrive space for a crisp picture then to have a faster download and blocky video.
In general, there were scenes with talking characters, and no lyrics in the song, thus letting me think theres something i'm missing. And the lipsyncing was apparently not suppose to be all great and lined up, so its not like you didn't do a good job with lip sync, its basically because you didn't really try to sync it in the first place.
Song was slow at first, but around the one minute part I picked up on how it matched with the video and that held me interest. Long 4 minute song in general though, got sorta drawn out once Dennis Leary (thats the singer right? I love that guy) starts talking.
Also theres nothing you can do about it so i'm not blaming you, but those subtitles sucked in the video. It also made it very obvious when there were little half second clips thrown in way to fast for the eye to catch and realize what it was, so they shouldn't have been in there because as far as we see its just a flash, but the subtitles made those more apparent flashing in and out like that.

Alot of the review there was based on FAQ's I've read about "What makes a good AMV", but like I said i'm a beginner myself, so i except to get alot of criticism too. Your video was vaguely creative though, and you picked good clips to good with good lyrics. With better video quality and more practice I could except your next video to be good. Goodluck to you :wink:

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Postby dokidoki » Sat Dec 28, 2002 10:02 pm

Misty: It seems to be Windows Media Video 7. (VirtualDub wouldn't load it -- said it was an ASF)

SpiXe: It's "Denis". (I made the same mistake at first)
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Postby MistyCaldwell » Sat Dec 28, 2002 10:10 pm

ahh thank you dokidoki ^_^

I had the feeling it wasn't corrupt from the fact someone could watch it. Guess it's time to update....*gets newspaper and sandwich and prepares for wait*
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