- Member: TobinHood
- Studio: Sakkaku Studios
- Title: Fallen Angel
- Premiered: 2004-03-29
- Poison Fallen Angel
Wow, my first video that can be considered a fun video. And that's the only category it falls under too. I was listening to Poison - Fallen Angel and though, what the hell, I think I'll make a video to it. Of course I've been out of the AMV scene for a long time so deciding to make a video really got ideas for more videos flowing into my head and I should be shooting out videos again. I'm overjoyed that I finally got Adobe After Effects but I have no freaking clue what I'm doing everytime I open it so it'll probably be awhile before whatever that program does is put into my videos.
This video incorporates scenes from Macross 7 and Cowboy Bebop but the video mainly focuses around Faye. It creates the impression that she was part of the Macross 7 group at one time but left and became "Mama's Fallen Angel". The "hiding all the pain, trading her memories for fortune and fame" scene, the image on the left shows (first image that appears) shows a young Faye and Mylene (from the band). The rest scenes trying to convince you that Faye was once with them should be easily noticable in the video. The end of the video is supposed to create the appearance that Faye is in the crowd at the concert where the Macross 7 band is playing.
There is one part toward the end where the audio cuts out for about half a second. It does not do this in the original AVI uncompressed export but seemingly every time I encode it through TMPEG this little skip happens. I've trie changing the settings in Tmpeg, I've tried re-exporting from Premiere but nothing seems to fix it. I decided to upload it anyway, if I ever get the problem fixed I'll talk to Phade about letting me upload the fixed copy and deleting the skip copy. Hopefully this won't take away from the enjoyment of the video. The few that I showed it to before release didn't seem to really mind it. In fact, it could be possible that I'm the only one this glitch will drive nuts. But it must be fixed somehow, someday.
This is nothing like my other videos, so please do not expect that.
For the most part this is just me playing around with Premiere trying to remember how to use it ^_^
But I am pleased with the outcome of this video, I find it to be rather fun and enjoyable and puts a smile on the face of anyone who likes 80's music.
The software used was Adobe Premiere 6.0 and Adobe Photoshop 6.0.