Almost4x4 Trips Videos.

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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:
Caprihorse, what would we newbies do without the guidance we get from you and other members of our Almost4x4 family.

Will most definitely keep your advise in mind. Thanks
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hope u enjoy it... plz let me know if need to change anything :)

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Nice video.. keep shooting :045:
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Good video, much better as the previous one. Nice gradation with changing the speed and background music. However would it be possible to make more zoom in, to avoid seeing your front in the half of the screen at next time?

Keep shooting and producing :045:
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Great! As if pictures weren't enough, now there is a video of my first pop-out!!!

Just kidding! The video is great. Keep it up Elias.
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it's great to see so many photos n videos covering our trips. we can almost have a photography/film group in the club :P
good work guys, keep it up :045:
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thanks guys, will try next time to zoom in a bit :D or lift the post up
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Gr8 work Elias...........
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as usual .... professional ... thanks for the video Nasser :)
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