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Aweeeessssoooommmmmeeeee Video !!!! NASER
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Great job NaSer as always. Thanks
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Hi Friends,

Here are two more attempts one using still photos and the other one is using a mixture of video and still.

I hope you like them.



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The videos are nice and the background music is nice but it's not matching the video. If I were you I will keep the original video sound.
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NaSeR wrote:The videos are nice and the background music is nice but it's not matching the video. If I were you I will keep the original video sound.
Point taken Bu Mohammad, Does the comment apply to both videos? Because the one with the still pics will be very quiet?

I will do them without any background music as you suggested.

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Alhinai, great job man. I like the second video, and the footage of the nasty day we had a couple weeks ago reminds me of the taste of sand in my mouth!!! What a day...

See you soon.
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NaSeR wrote:The videos are nice and the background music is nice but it's not matching the video. If I were you I will keep the original video sound.


Naser, well said, I like if somebody is giving advices to our Newbie video producers. This will definitely motivate them, at least I hope, to make high quality work.
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caprihorse wrote:
Naser, well said, I like if somebody is giving advices to our Newbie video producers. This will definitely motivate them, at least I hope, to make high quality work.
Gorgin4325 wrote:Alhinai, great job man. I like the second video, and the footage of the nasty day we had a couple weeks ago reminds me of the taste of sand in my mouth!!! What a day...

See you soon.
Thanks guys for all the comments/encouragement, will keep trying after all I am still a newbie in the filed.
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salhinai wrote: Thanks guys for all the comments/encouragement, will keep trying after all I am still a newbie in the filed.
Few comments:
  1. Follow your original footage parameters when creating project window in sense of pixels and fps (technical)
  2. Avoid still images if you have enough footage (in minutes)
  3. Avoid 'Hollywood FX' effects between your clips or adding subtitles (we want to see action in the movie, not the artificial effects)
  4. Avoid long and boring sections
  5. Try to show in seconds important moments, not in minutes
  6. Keep your movie below 3 minutes, whenever possible or make Part 1 and Part 2, etc.
  7. Avoid sad music, when showing the fun
  8. Render as *.mp4, one pass, PAL, 50 fps, at the highest possible resolution dictated by your project settings, FB and YouTube can deal with it (technical)
All this hints should make the video interesting, appealing and to be shared by others :008:
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caprihorse wrote: Few comments:
  1. Follow your original footage parameters when creating project window in sense of pixels and fps (technical)
  2. Avoid still images if you have enough footage (in minutes)
  3. Avoid 'Hollywood FX' effects between your clips or adding subtitles (we want to see action in the movie, not the artificial effects)
  4. Avoid long and boring sections
  5. Try to show in seconds important moments, not in minutes
  6. Keep your movie below 3 minutes, whenever possible or make Part 1 and Part 2, etc.
  7. Avoid sad music, when showing the fun
  8. Render as *.mp4, one pass, PAL, 50 fps, at the highest possible resolution dictated by your project settings, FB and YouTube can deal with it (technical)
All this hints should make the video interesting, appealing and to be shared by others :008:

Guys usefull tips from our group paparatzi:011:
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