Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby CastielTheFallen » Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:45 pm

Category Description wrote:In a multi-editor project (MEP), editors divide and edit distinct "tracks", which are then joined by transitions and compiled into one long AMV. A MEP generally has a theme that features a specific artist, genre, or style of editing. (NOTE: there is a separate category for Best Collaborative Video, which is a regular video made by more than one editor.)
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby CrackTheSky » Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:47 pm

Project Gateway is mysteriously absent from this thread.

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Prodigi » Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:48 pm

ArashinomeAMV wrote:
Category Description wrote:In a multi-editor project (MEP), editors divide and edit distinct "tracks", which are then joined by transitions and compiled into one long AMV. A MEP generally has a theme that features a specific artist, genre, or style of editing. (NOTE: there is a separate category for Best Collaborative Video, which is a regular video made by more than one editor.)


I think that's the real story. |:[/quote]
It has distinct tracks (individual videos), which are joined by transitions and compiled into a long AMV. It also has a theme :awesome:
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Neverend » Tue Feb 17, 2009 11:04 pm

LittleAtari wrote:
I've been waiting to nominate this video.



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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby LittleAtari » Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:02 am

Prodigi wrote:I think the real story here is that everyone knows it would win, so anyone else who was in a MEP is scrambling for reasons why it shouldn't be entered :ying:

I didn't participate in any meps last year, but I am coordinating one this year, so I do have a couple of things to say about this:

As original and amazing "A Little Retrospect" is as a history of amvs, it is not a mep because it was not constructed as a mep. A lot of planning and effort goes into a mep. So many people are physically working together, betaing each other's tracks, and bouncing ideas off of each other. There's also the drama that accompanies every mep. People get much closer together and become friends in MEPs. Some get alienated from each other. That video didn't go through any of that when being made. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate and love the AMV and I remember giving it straight 10s in an OP. I know a lot of effort went into it but I just dont think it qualifies as a mep.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Kitsuner » Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:12 am

LittleAtari wrote:
Prodigi wrote:I think the real story here is that everyone knows it would win, so anyone else who was in a MEP is scrambling for reasons why it shouldn't be entered :ying:

I didn't participate in any meps last year, but I am coordinating one this year, so I do have a couple of things to say about this:

As original and amazing "A Little Retrospect" is as a history of amvs, it is not a mep because it was not constructed as a mep. A lot of planning and effort goes into a mep. So many people are physically working together, betaing each other's tracks, and bouncing ideas off of each other. There's also the drama that accompanies every mep. People get much closer together and become friends in MEPs. Some get alienated from each other. That video didn't go through any of that when being made. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate and love the AMV and I remember giving it straight 10s in an OP. I know a lot of effort went into it but I just dont think it qualifies as a mep.

Hey now, we all worked on that MEP for ten whole years, through drama and abandonment and beta-testing and friendships!
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Shui » Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:57 am



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there was that sweet eurodance mep though. Meh, too lazy to look up name.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Prodigi » Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:59 am

LittleAtari wrote:
Prodigi wrote:I think the real story here is that everyone knows it would win, so anyone else who was in a MEP is scrambling for reasons why it shouldn't be entered :ying:

I didn't participate in any meps last year, but I am coordinating one this year, so I do have a couple of things to say about this:

As original and amazing "A Little Retrospect" is as a history of amvs, it is not a mep because it was not constructed as a mep. A lot of planning and effort goes into a mep. So many people are physically working together, betaing each other's tracks, and bouncing ideas off of each other. There's also the drama that accompanies every mep. People get much closer together and become friends in MEPs. Some get alienated from each other. That video didn't go through any of that when being made. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate and love the AMV and I remember giving it straight 10s in an OP. I know a lot of effort went into it but I just dont think it qualifies as a mep.

Wow, pretentious much? :|
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Brad » Wed Feb 18, 2009 3:21 am

Prodigi wrote:
LittleAtari wrote:
Prodigi wrote:I think the real story here is that everyone knows it would win, so anyone else who was in a MEP is scrambling for reasons why it shouldn't be entered :ying:

I didn't participate in any meps last year, but I am coordinating one this year, so I do have a couple of things to say about this:

As original and amazing "A Little Retrospect" is as a history of amvs, it is not a mep because it was not constructed as a mep. A lot of planning and effort goes into a mep. So many people are physically working together, betaing each other's tracks, and bouncing ideas off of each other. There's also the drama that accompanies every mep. People get much closer together and become friends in MEPs. Some get alienated from each other. That video didn't go through any of that when being made. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate and love the AMV and I remember giving it straight 10s in an OP. I know a lot of effort went into it but I just dont think it qualifies as a mep.

Wow, pretentious much? :|


Stop trolling.

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Jwalk0 » Wed Feb 18, 2009 3:23 am

ArashinomeAMV wrote:

I'd say definitely deserves it most. A lot of effort and hard work went into this mep, and it came out amazing and got a lot of positive feedback.


In my opinion this should be the winner cause it dominates in anime choices, song choices, and each editor represented. It'll make editors who've never dreamed or had the confidence of doing a MEP do one.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

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