- Member: Dezbo21
- Title: Now That's What I Call Annoying
- Premiered: 2006-07-19
- Blink 182 The Rock Show
- Hoobastank The Reason
- Offspring Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)
- Rammstein Du Hast
Alright, I didn't spend as much time on this one as my Fruits Basket commercial, but I think it cam out better.
1. I had a lot of the work already taken care of with my last video, all I needed to do was improve upon it.
2.Better Sound quality. (This time I used Audacity and a USB mic)
3. Improved video quality. It's not perfect, but I do feel that it is much better
4.Two solid days and and three evenings spent planning, writing a script, and editing.
I got the idea for this vid by looking at all of the AMVs that show up on the site. Then, I looked at the "Most Used" Lists for anime and Music. I only had two of the anime on that list, so I used two more that I see quite often, they just weren't listed.
So, here's my equipment list:
Corel Painter Essentials 2
Windows Movie Maker 2
Video Edit Magic 4.18
I had to layer several projects to create a final product on this one.
Using Audacity and a USB mic, I recorded my voice and altered the pitch.
I cropped a photo of one of the NOW that's what I call music CDs and altered it to better fit this vid.
Then, I made my credits in WMM2. Imported them to VEM and brought them as close together as I could manage.
I then saved the list as it's own .avi file. I then created the phone number and website logo in Corel and Chroma keyed it to the running list.
Using that, I created another avi file. I then set about creating the seperate mini-AMVs that run behind the credits like they do for music videos in the commercials.
Then, in a new timeline, I set up all of my seperate avi files and brought them to gether in this final product as an MPEG file.
I meant for it to be short so that it would run under two minutes like most commercials tend to do.
I misspelled a few things on purpose to reflect what I have seen both here and on other websites.
Also, the videos themselves are not meant to attract as much attention as the titles. I really think I pegged down what an album like this really would sound like.