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Best Multi-Editor Project

Post by Radical_Yue » Wed Jan 27, 2016 10:42 pm

In a multi-editor project (MEP), editors divide and edit distinct ''tracks'', which are then joined by transitions and compiled into one AMV. A MEP generally has a theme that features a specific artist, genre, or style of editing. Examples of this are AyuMix and AMV Hell (NOTE: there is a separate category for Best Collaborative Video, which is a video to one singular, continuous song track made by more than one editor.)

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

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Re: Best Multi-Editor Project

Post by Cenit » Sun Feb 21, 2016 9:58 am

Something is very weird with this category. There're like 6 AMVs. I agree that a MEP should be more than a one song collab with 3+ people. They should have a music mix and all. But like this there now are literally 6 MEPs. And all the other are now in collab. Anyway, classic MEPs like ROS seem truely gone.
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