Semifinals: How It Should Have Ended {Results & Videos Available}

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Semifinals: How It Should Have Ended {Results & Videos Available}

Post by Kireblue » Sat Jul 30, 2016 9:08 am

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Inspired by the popular youtube channel "How It Should Have Ended"

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Semifinal Results
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All good anime must eventually come to an end. But even the best endings can sometimes leave you wanting more. Whether its a loose string that never got tied up, or a conclusion that felt a little too forced; there's always room for improvement.

Round Challenge
Congratulations to Angeldragoon, UnluckyArtist, Scara99, MadMegatax, MoonlightFilly, OnyxAMVs, Pikapwn, and SeanPNG for making it to the Semifinals. For this round, the theme shall be “How It Should Have Ended”. And so you'll be editing a AMV that alters the plot of an anime, and creates a new ending for it. This can be anything from completely rewriting the story or making an addition to the preexisting or canon conclusion. This is the Semifinals, so you've already proven that you can be creative and innovative. So show us what you got! Only the editors with the top 4 videos will advance to the next round.

Note: Due to the nature of this round, it's highly encouraged that all participants write a short description of how you altered the ending of your anime. Keep in mind that the judges aren't familiar with every anime in existence, so your video might need some explanation.

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Semifinal Deadline:
Sunday, August 7th @ 11:59PM EST

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Submitting Your Video:
When finished, please upload your video to a reputable file sharing service and send the download link to me via a private message on animemusicvideos.org. The body of your message should also include the title of your video, and a short description of how you altered the ending of your anime. Google Drive and Dropbox are the preferred methods of uploading your video, but please ensure that the URL you send is a “shared” or “public” link. Sendspace is not recommended due to a daily download limit that it imposes. Note: Youtube or ”streaming only” links will not be accepted. You do not have to wait until the final day to submit your video. You are also free to publicly share and upload your videos before the deadline. Just be aware that doing so may help your opponents. If you finish early and feel that your video does not need anymore tweaking, you may submit it at any time before Sunday, August 7th @ 11:59PM EST. At the end of each round, all the submitted videos will be made available to the public to stream on google drive. If you would like the download option to be disabled on your video and to only allow it to be streamed, please add this request to the body of your submission message. By default, all videos will be made available for download unless the editor specifically requests that it doesn't.
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Re: Semifinals: How It Should Have Ended {Videos Available}

Post by Kireblue » Mon Aug 08, 2016 12:12 am

The Semifinals are now over, and we received a total of 6 videos.

All the available videos can be viewed here, and the results will be posted within the next few days

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Re: Semifinals: How It Should Have Ended {Videos Available}

Post by Kireblue » Wed Aug 10, 2016 11:01 pm

The Semifinal Results are now available |:>

Congratulations to Angeldragoon, UnluckyArtist, Scara99, and MadMegatax for making it to the finals! Both UnluckyArtist and OnyxAMVs received a semifinal score of 201, and so the tie breaker rule had to be enacted.
kireblue wrote:In the case of a tie at the end of either elimination round, the winner will be determined by their highest single round total from all previous rounds.
And thus, UnluckyArtist's round 1 score of 235 allowed him to win the tiebreaker.

Also, congrats to MadMegatax for winning Judges Awards

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