Amvs 5-10 years from now

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Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by DuoEnigma » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:06 am

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now? Do you think amvs will die out? How long you plan on making amvs?...Now I shall answer my own questions

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now? Personally, I am more concern with bigger things. but I do see myself making amvs for the next 2-3years. I have some ideas that I know will work out. Just never made the time to take the initiative

Do you think amvs will die out? I think amvs is at its highest point right now, So I don't see it dying out anytime soon.

How long you plan on making amvs?. Well i answer this question , maybe for the next 2-3 years. But I know for sure (or hope) that if I stop. I want to check out veterans amv process. Such as vicbond, A.D, Zarxrax , aluminumstudios, etc.
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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by Zarxrax » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:30 am

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?
Definately :O

Do you think amvs will die out?
Die out? They will never die out completely, but the hobby may not continue to grow at this rate in the future. A lot of the people coming in these days are of the cartoon network generation. If the anime fad dies out, then we will see less new members probably.

How long you plan on making amvs?. LIFE! :lol:

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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by bum » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:36 am

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?

I've got no idea what I'l see myself doing tomorow, so 5 years is a bit out their for me.

Do you think amvs will die out?

if by die you mean murdered by the riaa then mabey

How long you plan on making amvs?

Till I can afford to pay a decent amver to make them for me.

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Post by JCD » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:42 am

1st and 3rd question: Most likely forever :P I don't see any reason to stop yet, maybe I'll have less time in the future, but not less fun creating AMVs.

2nd question: That depends largely on the .org I would say. If it gets closed / offline for some reason it'll be hard for creators to rearrange themselves somewhere. And as Zarx' stated it depends on Anime fandom.
AMVs will definetely reach a point where they can't grow anymore because of the legality issue I would say.
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Post by x_rex30 » Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:58 am

I don't see the future, I see the present. The future is meaningless. You can plane for the future and everything, but to over question what you'll do in the future is troublesome. I enjoy AMVs and stuff, so unless that changes, I should be still doing creations and stuff of AMVs.

Will it? I don't like that question. It has been spreading more worldwide, so why would it have hit it's highest point. Screw the RIAA, there nuts!? If it wasn't for AMV, I may have spent less dollars on movies and music. AMVs if anything promotes sales in my opinion... [/ramble]

Refer to first question. Anythings a possibility. O.O >.< O.O *runs*

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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by Otohiko » Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:12 pm

/temporarily rises

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?
Probably not.

Do you think amvs will die out?
Definitely not.

How long you plan on making amvs?.
Until I see that some of the inherent 'injustices' towards certain musical and other creative ideas have been duly corrected, and/or I see the appearance of one or more AMVers whom I can trust with eventually fulfilling that role instead of me.
In other words, my making AMV's is entirely conditional on the fact that noone ever looks in the same creative direction that I do. When someone does, or when the creative direction is sufficiently explored by me alone, I will happily step down. Making AMV's is only so much of a joy to me, and often more than enough of a pain.
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Post by Osakaness » Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:24 pm

Do you see yourself making amvs 5 - 10years from now?

Yes :D

Do you think amvs will die out?

Maybe :roll:

How long do you plan on making amvs?

When i find out i have Epilepsy, when i die of some unknown disasters, or
when i turned into a wrinkly old man :(

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Post by Castor Troy » Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:29 pm

Do you see yourself making amvs 5 - 10years from now?

Probably because I'll still have nothing better to do.

Do you think amvs will die out?

When the RIAA's armies begin raiding amv creator's homes. In 2 weeks.

How long do you plan on making amvs?

Until the RIAA arrests me. 8-)
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Post by x_rex30 » Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:35 pm

Castor Troy wrote:Until the RIAA arrests me. 8-)
Word! 8-)

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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by Scintilla » Mon Mar 07, 2005 1:46 pm

DuoEnigma wrote:Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?
Yes, because it may take me 5 years to acquire and watch all the sources I'll need for the last (?) really ambitious video idea I have (and have had for about a year).
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Post by Senta » Mon Mar 07, 2005 2:23 pm

Castor Troy wrote: How long do you plan on making amvs?

Until the RIAA arrests me. 8-)
Now that's HARDCORE!

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Post by downwithpants » Mon Mar 07, 2005 2:40 pm

i don't see myself making amvs 2 years from now... unless if i fail out of whatever post-grad school i attend or get rejected by everyone i apply to... i do plan at least another year of amvs though.
i suspect AMVs will wane in popularity, as the anime industry/art form itself evolves. but it probably won't happen for many years. riaa legal actions could also hurt the popularity and force it underground, but it will never die out.

but i'll be watching amvs to my grave.
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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by genestarwind21122 » Mon Mar 07, 2005 3:08 pm

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?

Yes I do see myself making amv's in 5 to 10 years from now.

Do you think amvs will die out?

I don't think amv's will die out. I agree that it will reach a certain max and stuff because of legality issues. Also I agree that it depends on the org. But if the org is no more (knock on wood that it shouldn't go away) but if it does there are other site like file planet and stuff where you can upload your videos and well just reorganize somehow.

How long do you plan on making amvs?.

I plan on making amvs as long as I have free time at night. I will continue making amv's as long as I have interest and I'm not forcing my ideas when I'm creating them. I have ton of ideas and will be continuing for a long time. I've just begun to create worthy amvs of conventions and the feeling that you get when you see your video on the big screen for the first time is even more inspiration. It is probably the same or even more inspiration than the first time you saw an amv saying hey I want to do that. At least for me I continue to make amvs for fun. It is also pride when you create it and when you see your video on the big screen your like wow I actually made that video or in some other peoples cases are like well it is a popular video but what was I thinking. It is the experience you get out of it. As long as it is there and something you want to strive for I'm going to continue.
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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by Bulghod » Mon Mar 07, 2005 3:36 pm

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?
I know i will be more than likely toying with video. whether or not it's with anime involved is unsure, but i don't think you guys would mind some 30-yr-old freek putting up an AMV once in a blue moon
Do you think amvs will die out?
it's popularity may wax and wane, but i can't see it dying out completely.

How long you plan on making amvs?. as long as i'm into it.

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Re: Amvs 5-10 years from now

Post by rubyeye » Mon Mar 07, 2005 6:27 pm

Do you see yourself making amvs 5-10years from now?
As long as I find inspiration in some of my favorite musical artists, and there's an anime I really like (that works well with it) - I'll still be making videos. Sporatically though it may be, I'll still be making ... something :)

Do you think amvs will die out?
Unless the RIAA sticks its nose in our "hobby" AND/OR Anime Conventions stop supporting AMV contests, interest in amvs will continue to grow for years and years (unless anime itself looses it's novelty).

How long you plan on making amvs?.
For the short term, I only have 3 more projects planned, then it's off to learn other things like DVD authoring and maybe rebuilding my website again using Flash. So maybe another year or two. After that . . .

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