Pwolf wrote:I could keep going but I'd be here researching old video announcement threads all day and find the same thing. The majority of comments are short and not very detailed. There was no more "passion" then as there is today. If anything, the passion we see from people today is mistaken for drama and elitism.
MimS wrote: if you read CORRECTLY the interview
CodeZTM wrote:Q: Anything in general that you think could improve a-m-v.org?
Also, I wish the amv annoucements section was more... well, y'know, right now there are quickening and project org vids so it's quite different but damn, there's no real op anymore. People say « great », « ok », « bad » and that's all. No more developed op like I could read long ago.
Imho, if there weren't contests, the hobby would be dead, which saddens me. I kinda miss the old days, Dark Krystal, Master of Chaos, SoH, Dark Kirua, Kael, they were the French editors who gave me the desire to edit myself. They were examples to me (well, they weren't anymore when they became my friends for some of them but still :p). I also miss people like Koop who released Twilight with so looooooooong credits 'cause everybody wanted to beta it and he mentioned all of them (at least think so). Back then, there really was an AMV COMMUNITY. Back then, I remember editors received looooooong reviews on their AMVs, people pointed anything they could see and/or feel watching it, good or bad, there was passion.
MimS wrote:Yeah yeah, you're right there but my "statement" was about all communities actually.
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