sneak preview, need advice

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by Macnoviz, Sep 6, 2006.

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    Macnoviz

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    Hi, I am working on a sequel for a movie I made a few months ago. I got some good reactions, and it has been watched over 32 000 times on YouTube and Google Video. It's the Ellen Feiss version of "the internet is for porn" you can find it here.

    So, once again, I started with a song from the Musical, Avenue Q (no, the WoW guys didn't make the song themselves), named "If you were gay"
    Now I am adding video from the new Mac ads, with John Hodgman and Justin Long. I think they resemble the original characters pretty well. Lip sync is once again tricky, but as long as I cannot find the stretch tool in FCE, I can't really manipulate them as much as I want.

    I am hoping for some honest feedback, tips, or other recommendations.

    36 second preview can be found here
     
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    Macnoviz

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    now that I think of it, it would be nice to have the original music for the end credits, does anyone have the title and artist, or better yet, a link to the music?
     
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    solvs

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    Wow, that was you? That video is great. If you mean the music in the ads, do a Google search. It's out there somewhere. I like where you're going so far. At least you have more to work with, and they have the new ones out now.

    I can't help you with the stretch tool thing.
     
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    by "stretch" tool in FCP, do you mean the time remap tool?
     
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    Macnoviz

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    I mean a tool with wich you can move beginning and end of a clip, thus adjusting time so the clip will fit in the new duration of the clip. I hope that's not a Final Cut Pro only thing:(
     

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