Animasia: The First Instrumentality Project

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Postby jubjub2 » Sun Jan 01, 2006 10:03 am

Wow.

I have never openly cried with an amv before. The Furuba selection at the end of part one got me. :')

Amazing stuff. By far the best thing the org has to offer.

:up: WAY up!
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Postby Bakadeshi » Sun Jan 01, 2006 10:57 am

I emplore everyone to at least watch each part all the way through once, since this project is very diverse in style and presentation of each AMV, there is bound to be some tracks you like and others you don't. If you give up after the first few, you might miss some you like later on. ^^

As for the DVDs, Production will begin shortly, I'll have to discuss with project members on best way to handle costs and such for distribution. (since I plan to have DVD covers, labels, possibly inserts with track listings and everything) I won't make the cost anymore than $5 per DVD set though.


Downloading both parts to see the finaliazed product as I type this :wink:
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Postby krzT » Sun Jan 01, 2006 11:10 am

Congratulations to ALL who participated. After tracking this immense project from the beginning (and listening to all of jasper's rambling :wink: ), I'm SO excited that this project is complete.

Downloading NOW! :D
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Postby Tsunami Jones » Sun Jan 01, 2006 11:38 am

Yay! Even though I was only actually on the project for the tail end of it, I kept up with the thread since it was made, and it's awesome to finally see it completed Image
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Postby Bakadeshi » Sun Jan 01, 2006 12:49 pm

Watched through everything. I have to agree this porject came out beautifull ^^

I have my favorites and my least favorites as far as tracks go, but for the most part I enjoyed the entire project as a whole. Great job everyone on your parts.

And Thank you Jasper for your relentless efforts in directing this Project to its completion. Now where is the original guy that started it all to comment on the completed work? *looks around for rose4emily*

2 thumbs way up!
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Postby Flint the Dwarf » Sun Jan 01, 2006 1:29 pm

Sweet, I've been following this one for a while. Thought you guys might never finish. Now I just have to wait for 56k to finish getting it.
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Postby godix » Sun Jan 01, 2006 3:51 pm

Some of you really took advantage of the fact you weren't constrained by lyrics and those were great tracks. Others of you did nothing more than boring mindless beatsync, apparently some editors need more than 21 months to make a decent video. Overall the project was 'meh' with moments of 'that's cool'.
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Postby Otohiko » Sun Jan 01, 2006 4:09 pm

godix wrote: Others of you did nothing more than boring mindless beatsync, apparently some editors need more than 21 months to make a decent video.


Note that in the description, it's noted that most videos themselves were done for well over a year. In fact all my tracks were done by April 2004 :roll:

Otherwise, eh. I guaranteed nothing. But I don't thing we'll pretend to have been doing something for the whole 21 months...
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Postby Tono_Fyr » Sun Jan 01, 2006 6:27 pm

Getting both as I type. I'll find a way to get ahold of the DVD set if I like it well enough. I'll probably have to get in touch with Bakadeshi directly to get everything, though. Fucking constraints of being under 18 :/
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Postby Warheart » Sun Jan 01, 2006 6:39 pm

Actually I don't quite know if it's worth downloading since I already know like half of it. I guess I'll at least watch the first one, but I somehow get the impression that it's just standalone instumentalvideos taped together and that'd be nothing to special. Well I'll better get an impression before complaining. /me dls pt.1
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Postby Pwolf » Sun Jan 01, 2006 7:19 pm

JEBUS!

and no thats not a good thing... well kinda... i've only seen the first part and here is my gripe:

TRACKS ARE TOO LONG! granted thats only 2 tracks. if felt like you guys are trying to bore the viewer.... The first track was great, but way too long for a MEP, imo. By the time the track was over i was ready to stop the player and continue watching Band of Brothers. but i continued watching instead...

The other track was the FLCL one. it was way way way to long. I thought it was great in the begining and then the tone shifted and i got alittle chuckle... then it kept going and going. it was looking like a lot of filler and ike the editor was BSing so i skipped... and skipped, and skipped until i realized most of the second half of this part of the project was this one video. i think the coordinator should've had a max track length that was reasonable and short enough to keep viewers interested even when slow/boring tracks are playing...

gona watch the second one in a few, i hope there arn't any long tracks.


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Postby Pwolf » Sun Jan 01, 2006 7:21 pm

ok, now looking at the track list for the second one, i know it's gona be long... lets hope i don't get bored -_-


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Postby Pwolf » Sun Jan 01, 2006 8:23 pm

you have redeamed yourselves!

part2 was amazing i must say. though the tracks were long, the editing was suberb. great job :P do far my real only gripe is the FLCL track...


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Postby Coffee 54 » Sun Jan 01, 2006 8:25 pm

I've actually been tring to come up with something to write here since I downloaded the complete project (both parts) this morning. There are just so many little details mostly pros, one or two cons. I loved the commentaries, gave the project that Fantasia feel. Plus, I get a description of the vid AND I don't have to read anything.

The fact that it was a series of full lenght videos was another plus in my opinion. This actually helped keep my interest thoughout the 1.5 hour runtime. That said, the FLCL track was too long. However, that's more of a video specific complaint. I also think it was a mistake to stick End of All Eva next to The Wasteland. There were some repeat scenes, and that's always annoying.

My favorite track was Nightmare, but Simplicity also ranked highly. Both were videos I'd seen before. There were some real tear jerkers thrown in to the mix, solid action, and one video way over my head. I'm lookin' at you Oto. So, overall I really enjoyed the project and that's about all I can come up with for this post.
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Postby angelx03 » Sun Jan 01, 2006 8:29 pm

Pwolf wrote: do far my real only gripe is the FLCL track...


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Oh god! The creator of that track was right when he told me it was subpar in comparison to all the others. How ironic! :lol:

I still need to watch part 2. :roll:
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