- User Name: Bebop0083
- Member Since: Wednesday, October 30, 2002, 4:27 PM
- Studio: Rejuvination Studios
- Last Login: 2013-05-07 21:17:58
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- Journal: Last entry made on 2013-03-31 14:34:59
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- Profile: Well im finaly updating this thing since im bored and have nothing to do. I first got into amvs when i used to go to 3G Castor's old Dbz web page. There i saw most of the coolest DBZ vids to date. Made every other dbz vid i watch seem like crap except Dannypoo's dbz vids. I started making dbz vids around late 2000/2001. my first dbz vid was an opening to different music so nothing orginal just an idea i had in mind so i can get used to the video edting. The first computer i used to edit videos was an imac. And boy arnt they pure crap. I used them at my school for the past 3 years until i was able to get the programs i and software i needed for my new computer which took the place of my old crappy aptiva from 94. i still use it to an extent. i use it to upload my mpegs since the software i use doesnt let me on windows xp. ive made a lot of dbz videos before i got tired of making them. i will ocasionaly make one if i got a good idea. other then that i dont make em as much as used to. i made lots of other different anime amvs besides dbz over the past year and it seems a lot of people like my other work then my dbz ones since there are tones of dbz vids any ways and half of them are crap. maybe a few good ones a long the way but most of them do suck. i even admit some of mine suck as well.
I have to say that I'm one of the few fortune people that didnt have to suffer using WMM to make their vids. Of course instead I had to suffer and use IMovie the WMM equivelant. The good thing about IMovie was that it didnt crash. After using Imovie I evetnually bought my own video editing software called Video Factory 2.0. I made some pretty decent vids with that program before I stepped into the world that is Vegas. After ditching Video Factory I began to use Vegas 4 which I used for most of my works from 2004 and early 2003 mostly 2004 and up. Then I upgraded to Vegas 6 which I've been using since some time late 2005 and up.
Since there is no top ten manga favorite list I'm making mine here.
Top 10 Manga
4. One Piece
6. D. Gray Man
8. Tenjho Tenge
9. Fullmetal Alchemist
10. Dragon Ball Z
Yes, I have actually won some awards. Very few but I've won some.
Faith (My Hero)
Katsucon 16, Coordinator's Choice
Your Own Feet
Best Drama @ Bakuretsucon 2010 amv contest
Runner Up For Best Drama@ Katuscon 17 amv contest
The Hunter's Children
Best Action@ Taiyoucon 2011 amv contest
Winner of Best Epic AMV@ Anime Central 2011
Shoot To Live
Best Action@ T-Mode 2011
Best Action@ Animazement 14 2011
Best Action@ Anime Mid Atlantic 2011
Tid Bits: Here's a few tid bits on some vids on how long they took me to complete. For those who
are curious. Most of them lately have been about 2 weeks. The longest 1 month.
Life's a Battle (Coming Soon): 3 1/2 weeks
Break the Sky (Coming Soon): 2 weeks
The Cell Games Remake: 2 1/2 weeks
Pray For a Sign: 2 weeks
Ultimate Battle Remake: 1 week
Fighting Fate: 1 month
Dying To Live: 1 week
Netherworld Revenge Revisited: 2 1/2 weeks
The Tragedy of Living: 1 week
Extreme Noir: 3 Weeks
Shoot To Live: 2 1/2 weeks
The Hunter's Children: 2 weeks
Your Own Feet: 2 weeks
Soul Eater Spotlight: 1 1/2
Future releases will now have a direct or indirect link. My old videos will be renencoded so they can fit on the site. All my videos from 2007-2011 will be uploaded on the site in high quality xvid. They will have the same quality as my MPEG 2 versions but just in xvid format. There will be some exceptions to the old videos. Videos that have used songs from either Evanescance or Creed will have direct links and will be placed in the video info page to be downloaded. Newer videos from 2012 and up will contain direct links. Until those links fail they won't be put on the site until they do. As always you can catch my videos on my youtube page.
Okay, here's a list of a lot of anime I own. Some I own either R2 or R1. I probably still have quite a few to add in there. These are all in my collection. Some I have but haven't quite gotten a chance to watch so they'll be in the plan to watch section.
I will list series here that I have on blu ray though:
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Yu Yu Hakusho
Black Rock Shooter
Black Blood Brothers
Eden of the East movie
Ga Rei Zero