Fate Stay Night-(Don't Kill My Vibe)

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vkamv
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Re: Fate Stay Night-(Don't Kill My Vibe)

Post by vkamv » Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:28 pm

Visual/Audio: The visual quality seemed pretty low for 1080p. Not very crisp or clean, especially for a source like this which has very crisp and clean animation. I enjoyed a lot of the effects you used here, and also found a few of them to be a bit cheap looking (like the effect used at 0:26). Your scene selection was also an interesting mix. I was particularly surprised in the start at the scenes you chose. Very cinematic and atmospheric, instead of action or angst. A nice change.

The song wasn’t bad. Felt a bit repetitive though and ran a bit long for my taste.

Synchronization: Your sync was pretty good. A nice mixture of external effects, internal sync, and cuts. I enjoyed the sequence of transitions you did at 1:30 – 1:38. You did a good job finding scenes within the actual anime to sync with the various sounds in the song.

Theme/Story: I didn’t really see any story or real theme here. After the first two minutes my interest began to wain a bit when the focused shifted towards action scenes. I did find it to be interesting overall though. Probably the most chill feeling action Fate AMV I’ve seen. :)

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Re: Fate Stay Night-(Don't Kill My Vibe)

Post by ASTROCADe » Sat Dec 08, 2018 6:15 pm

vkamv wrote:
Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:28 pm
Visual/Audio: The visual quality seemed pretty low for 1080p. Not very crisp or clean, especially for a source like this which has very crisp and clean animation. I enjoyed a lot of the effects you used here, and also found a few of them to be a bit cheap looking (like the effect used at 0:26). Your scene selection was also an interesting mix. I was particularly surprised in the start at the scenes you chose. Very cinematic and atmospheric, instead of action or angst. A nice change.

The song wasn’t bad. Felt a bit repetitive though and ran a bit long for my taste.

Synchronization: Your sync was pretty good. A nice mixture of external effects, internal sync, and cuts. I enjoyed the sequence of transitions you did at 1:30 – 1:38. You did a good job finding scenes within the actual anime to sync with the various sounds in the song.

Theme/Story: I didn’t really see any story or real theme here. After the first two minutes my interest began to wain a bit when the focused shifted towards action scenes. I did find it to be interesting overall though. Probably the most chill feeling action Fate AMV I’ve seen. :)

Well thanks for the feedback and in depth review. First and foremost I am an amateur among amateurs and I'm sure my equipment isn't the most sophisticated either, so that doesn't do me any justice. (I realize how noobish some of my videos must look) Although this is something I mainly do for fun I always strive to get better and surpass my limitations so I really appreciate the constructive criticism and I'll try to apply some of what you said here to any other videos I might use. Glad you got a chill vibe from it because that was the main point I wanted to express. When I watched the anime there was a lot of action but the atmosphere always felt a bit quiet, somber, and chill. I thought the action coupled with the chill/relaxed atmosphere would make for an interesting mix. Thanks again!

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