LantisEscudo wrote:There's no rule about "waiting periods," and we frequently see AMVs to new series come out within a few days of the first episode's broadcast. On the other hand, a good rule of thumb is "wait until you can get clean sources," which generally means waiting until the home video release that doesn't have watermarks.
However, be aware of the rules about discussing downloading footage (mainly, don't ask where to get it). Other than that, make the videos you want to. Have fun, and we hope to see some of your work in the future.
Ryvannis wrote:Simply. Go at it when you feel like your happy with your sources and what you have. Or whatever works for you. So as long as you don't have a fansubbed or butchered version of whatever you'd like to use then you'd be fine. It's by recommendation mostly. My latest project involved me waiting till an anime was completed to start because I was not sure of the selection of scenes that I wanted to use. Turns out I could have started a bit earlier as it was really just an unintentional excuse to start late.
It doesn't hurt to start with a short and simple video with a older anime if that's your comfort zone. At least it'll give you an idea of how or when to start your other videos with newer anime.
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