Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Megamom » Thu Feb 19, 2009 11:25 am



Senka_fr wrote:
OropherZero wrote:To me its hands down, no competition to:


perfect transitioning and basically I haven't enjoyed a MEP like that since RoS3.



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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby LittleAtari » Thu Feb 19, 2009 11:30 am

RoS3?
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Brad » Thu Feb 19, 2009 11:33 am

LittleAtari wrote:RoS3?
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Bauzi » Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:31 pm

Project Gateway! No wait that was last year. Wait... oh shit :oops:
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Hagaren Viper » Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:41 pm

Vivaldi wrote:I see something very wrong with this list.




There we go.

Seriously, what the hell?


Waaaait, why didn't I vote for this?
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby EvaFan » Thu Feb 19, 2009 3:03 pm



I really liked the sync in this mep and how the tracks flowed together. It's got my vote :up:
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby The Origonal Head Hunter » Thu Feb 19, 2009 3:46 pm



What everyone did for this video, with the exception of Phlu, was just fantastic. It was an awesome beginning to an awesome competition. Besides that, my voice is in it.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby mirkosp » Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:09 pm

The Origonal Head Hunter wrote:

What everyone did for this video, with the exception of Phlu, was just fantastic. It was an awesome beginning to an awesome competition. Besides that, my voice is in it.


Round two was better.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby simofc90 » Thu Feb 19, 2009 5:26 pm

agreed with memory flash 2 and chocolate star fish plus:

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Ghet » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:26 pm

Brad wrote:
LittleAtari wrote:RoS3?
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Autraya » Thu Feb 19, 2009 10:47 pm

OropherZero wrote:To me its hands down, no competition to:


perfect transitioning and basically I haven't enjoyed a MEP like that since RoS3.
Yep leaves the competition for dead i was pretty impressed with the first memory flash, but this one is heaps better, each track people were encouraged to edit creatively and pushed hard you can see some of the newer editors in it really lifted their game to keep up with the others and it was a nifty idea pulling it all together, not just another "band mep" to random overused anime with poor transitions. I don't mind editing in a band mep but really they are and should be more for the fans (like dragonforce was) not pretending to be something they aren't ie full of awesome tracks *shrugs*
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Kitsuner » Thu Feb 19, 2009 11:09 pm

Autraya wrote:
OropherZero wrote:To me its hands down, no competition to:


perfect transitioning and basically I haven't enjoyed a MEP like that since RoS3.
Yep leaves the competition for dead i was pretty impressed with the first memory flash, but this one is heaps better, each track people were encouraged to edit creatively and pushed hard you can see some of the newer editors in it really lifted their game to keep up with the others and it was a nifty idea pulling it all together, not just another "band mep" to random overused anime with poor transitions. I don't mind editing in a band mep but really they are and should be more for the fans (like dragonforce was) not pretending to be something they aren't ie full of awesome tracks *shrugs*

I agree, Memory Flash was the only other MEP (besides A Little Retrospect, of course) from last year that I could remember enjoying.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Zero Link » Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:50 am

Krisqo wrote:And if it was the best... shouldn't someone be enticed to watch it all the way through from the first 30 seconds?

Can't be the best in everyone's opinion. But to answer your question, no. There's no possible way you can judge the entire mep by the first 30 seconds.
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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Postby Falconone » Fri Feb 20, 2009 8:40 am

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