VicBond007 wrote:I think Erika will agree, despite all of the practice, taunting, etc, Iron Editor felt like the two shortest hours of the year. I think if anything, we both proved that the biggest part of churning out a quality video isn't the time you spend editing, or even the capabilities of the software (I was still rocking the virtualdub/premiere 6.5 combo) but how much you put into the planning. I too plan to flesh out my IE video and release a full version, sans-secret ingredient.
Yup! If only my real job felt like that
. I'm looking forward to your full version btw. It was quite good and I remember a few chuckles. Too bad we only saw it once. Either way, I was really glad to be a part of the event, regardless of the result. It was a much needed challenge, especially considering it's been over a year since I've managed to *complete* a video.
Bryce Winant is my personal hero for the year for making the Nostalgia Bomb block so badass, as well as for hosting Iron Editor and staying up until ass-o-clock every morning. The Personal Hero's Sidekick award definitely goes to Jeff for rocking the IE intro and helping a ton with the editing panel when the last thing I wanted to see at the time was MORE TIMELINE.
I'm glad we got to catch the second half of Nostalgia Bomb
to the credit of hotel security mistakenly busting in our room at 2am
, but still a little gutted that I missed Rescue Rangers song earlier. And I meant to ask about that IE intro. Indeed it was absolutely fantastic and thematic, so definitely hats off to Jeff! I don't recall one being so well done to be honest.