Why I Like This Video =============== I enjoy this video because it hits the mood of Soujiro quite nicely, with pretty good editing to a Blind Guardian song(one of my favorite bands). The video quality could be better, but it does the job =)
Why I Like This Video =============== Another RK Breeman AMV, done to one of my favorite villians in RK. The video uses a nice song with a good flow of editing and effects. Once again, the quality could be better, but its still a good AMV.
Why I Like This Video =============== The video has good quality, and doesn't have many effects because it just gives off a perfect mood without them. This is also a Samurai X video, and I enjoy Samurai X more than RK. Its quite a long amv, but it shows the entire movie from beginning to end with good editing and music. One of my more favorite Samurai X videos.
I know there are ALOT more I am missing, ill post them later on when I find them out heh.
Why this is one of the best Kenshin videos ever: This video is extremely well edited, with a lot of attention to detail in terms of effects and story. It doesn't focus as much on action as a lot of videos do, and uses a rather different style of editing that just made me fall in love with it.
Why this is one of the best Kenshin videos ever: It appeals to senses with some of the best visual quality ever seen in an AMV of it's size, as well as a lot of fine action/beat synching detail and an excellent sense of drama and story.
This is probably the most emotional Rurouni Kenshin AMV I've ever seen. It has an incredible aray of colors and uses moody visuals to create a strong presence of depression, love, and anxiety as seen through the Seisouhen OVAs. This is definately not a video for those with watery eyes. Incredible.
The sound and capture were really good. For action syncing he did a damn good job. Every scene was synced up perfectly with the lyrics and the song fit Kenshin very well making this creator's concept of Kenshin as a fugitive who wants to live on very lively. He did not use too many digital effects but the ones that he did use added to the flow of the video. This is some of the best dramatic action syncing I've seen in awhile. I want to watch this video over and over.
The song is by the Chemical Brothers - The Replacement Killers, other than in the video entry if I'm not totally wrong. Anyway, a great video cutting together 4 of Kenshin's most awesome fights in order to the storyline without any boring talking Really worth the waste of 6 minutes
Another one quite similar to this:
This is the predecessor to his Naruto video which gained alot of popularity lately. A nice synch technique to a really fast song focusing on the fighting techniques of each character.
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