Banner of the Stars AMV Trailer (sort of)

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Postby hackerzc » Mon Feb 03, 2003 3:39 am

TaranT wrote:
hackerzc wrote:What, are you too good for quicktime or something?

As a matter of fact, yes, I am. Thanks for asking! :o

Hey, there is nothing wrong with having quicktime as long as you don't output movies using it :)

...there's a typo in your sig. Actually, two.

is not.. :P
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Postby hackerzc » Mon Feb 03, 2003 3:45 am

Vlad G Pohnert wrote:For the trailer I only had material form the first DVD (first five episodes) so after spending the time to watch it I'll have to see the rest of the series now....

Vlad


Well you did a good job, and we are proud.

It's always good to see someone get payed (I hope they payed you) for doing something they like.

I can't help but feel though, that your skills were waisted on something so basic as a trailer. You are one of the few AMV creators that actually have mad skillz but don't flaunt it about like a badge. Your Otakon 2002 vid shows that.
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Postby Vlad G Pohnert » Mon Feb 03, 2003 3:11 pm

hackerzc wrote:
Vlad G Pohnert wrote:For the trailer I only had material form the first DVD (first five episodes) so after spending the time to watch it I'll have to see the rest of the series now....

Vlad


Well you did a good job, and we are proud.

It's always good to see someone get payed (I hope they payed you) for doing something they like.

I can't help but feel though, that your skills were waisted on something so basic as a trailer. You are one of the few AMV creators that actually have mad skillz but don't flaunt it about like a badge. Your Otakon 2002 vid shows that.


Trust me, you don't get paid very much, not enough to even consider living off... The unfortunate part of commercial video editing it that it's nothing like doing AMVs since you are very restricted to what the customer wants and can't spend anywhere near the amount of time doing it or else you can't justify what you are paid... In reality, video editing for a living is not a dream job as some may think...

Thanks for the compliment, I not really that worthy since AMV are always a battle for me....

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Postby Chaos Angel » Mon Feb 03, 2003 8:30 pm

Very nice work. It makes me want to see it right now.
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