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  • Originally posted by Trax View Post
    I am sorry but I have not any songs from this band. But you can try visit their website at http://www.malabilavrana.cz/ .

    i see... by the way, i checked your video page but there was no any downloadable source video file of this clip...

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    • You must register at exposureroom.com then you can download it...
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      • Originally posted by Rusty View Post
        Hi ds77 and welcome!

        Brace yourself...
        Well shot, but I'd find some B-roll to cover the pan down to his pants. (should we be seeing this?)
        When you go to the gallery and theater shots, it needs natural sound.
        Mostly, the interview seems to be about his camera. His face is hidden by it way too much.
        Also, we see none of his work! Go shoot lots of B-roll! We don't need to see him talk, we need to see his work.
        Lastly, photographers make lousy music video subjects. Play the music as a beat under his interview and it will be much better!

        On a positive note, the sound is quite good!

        Sorry to be so rough, but it can be much better.
        Please post again if you re-edit.

        Thanks for the comments.

        I didn't shoot the piece, all I did was the edit. One of the main problems I face is that I don't really have anybody to learn from, to throw ideas back and forth with. Working for a local television station in a foreign country has tons of drawbacks. Some of them include journalists and cameramen going on a shoot and bringing back very little material to work with and then they tell you to do wonders with no footage. Regarding b-roll material - nothing of the sort was filmed, none of the photographer's work was given to me - and to be honest, I get tired of asking for extra material.

        Regarding the shots that need natural sound - that material was taken from another piece which already had the ambient sound stripped away.

        Being that it's a local station, we have absolutely little time to edit our pieces - we as editors are expected to edit for our news programs, and everything else and everything has to be done as quick as possible - little regard is given to quality control. Pieces that should be no longer than 2-3 minutes are often stretched to 6-7 minutes - quantity over quality.

        I grew up and studied in the states but unfortunately never had the opportunity to do television work in the U.S. - so I'm not quite sure as to how editors work in the states, how much time do you get for an individual piece etc...

        we don't get time to re-edit pieces, at most I get a few hours to throw something together. When it comes to our news progam, I usually edit 4-5 pieces in about 3 hours.

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        • Originally posted by ds77 View Post
          Thanks for the comments.

          I didn't shoot the piece, all I did was the edit. One of the main problems I face is that I don't really have anybody to learn from, to throw ideas back and forth with. Working for a local television station in a foreign country has tons of drawbacks. Some of them include journalists and cameramen going on a shoot and bringing back very little material to work with and then they tell you to do wonders with no footage. Regarding b-roll material - nothing of the sort was filmed, none of the photographer's work was given to me - and to be honest, I get tired of asking for extra material.

          Regarding the shots that need natural sound - that material was taken from another piece which already had the ambient sound stripped away.

          Being that it's a local station, we have absolutely little time to edit our pieces - we as editors are expected to edit for our news programs, and everything else and everything has to be done as quick as possible - little regard is given to quality control. Pieces that should be no longer than 2-3 minutes are often stretched to 6-7 minutes - quantity over quality.

          I grew up and studied in the states but unfortunately never had the opportunity to do television work in the U.S. - so I'm not quite sure as to how editors work in the states, how much time do you get for an individual piece etc...

          we don't get time to re-edit pieces, at most I get a few hours to throw something together. When it comes to our news progam, I usually edit 4-5 pieces in about 3 hours.
          Considering how the odds are stacked against you, the piece is ok. So thanks for posting.
          (I did like the audio)
          I'd like to reach back in time and dope-slap a few camera operators myself!
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          An inglorious peace is better than a dishonorable war.
          Twain - "Glances at History" 1906

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          • totally edited with edius 4.5

            http://www.vimeo.com/7487742

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            • Originally posted by Rusty View Post
              Wait...
              This is NOT from a 5D? (really?)
              Really well done!
              I'm seeing a lot of cutting edge work from Indonesia. Yours is a good example!

              Where was this shot?
              hai rusty ;) tx for ur appreciation.
              yes we r using FX1 and a wide angle lens
              shot in surabaya (one of the city in indo..i know its not a famous city)
              anyway,
              i'm still saving for the 5D or 7Dreview...which one is the best? ;)

              here in indonesia the 5D users are worshipping their "cheap but magnificent" little DSLRcamera.
              even many videographer used it for commercial TV.. n many dare to sell their big "expensive but not magnificent" shoulder camera just to exchange it with 5D n its "less expensive" lens.

              hahaha funny.. why don't sony or canon use this technology years ago to produce a cheap video camera with BIG sensor like DSLR has?? rather than 3 sensors 1/3" expensive camera n MORE expensive lens.

              see ..now many of us used DSLR for video...i can't imagine if in one wedding some guy asking me and i should say "sorry man, i'm not a photographer"
              and walking away with DSLR camera hanging around my neck.
              MOtion Candid CApture
              www.houseofmocca.com
              Indonesia

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              • life on three wheels

                At some point of times in our lives,
                we are filled with feelings of inadequacy and always ask for more than we can chew.
                This short film flesh out the arduous journey of an old becak driver laboring away without a single sigh. Always treasuring every little blessing that came across.

                http://vimeo.com/7203957

                Enjoy it and feel free to drop us a comment..
                my video blog
                http://www.vimeo.com/amankerstudio

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                • hai amank
                  pake 5D yah...boke2nya bukan video banget ;)
                  nice work man...love the tone
                  MOtion Candid CApture
                  www.houseofmocca.com
                  Indonesia

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                  • Re:Frame Difference

                    I posted this once last week only to find I had exported and uploaded 1208 x 1080p.
                    Here's my second try...
                    100% E5

                    For those who missed out, go see Re:Frame Collective and save your money for next year!
                    See me here...
                    Rusty Rogers | Films
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                    An inglorious peace is better than a dishonorable war.
                    Twain - "Glances at History" 1906

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                    • Well I finished this one in 3 days ; it is about a historical famous castle in area i'm living. All of shots taken by me. edited by me. and here we go .....

                      The Castle of St. Peter ; http://www.haftasonukacamagi.com/mav...rum-kalesi.jpg

                      http://www.vimeo.com/7717564

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                      • Biography Video: DJ GuruGuru

                        This video is edited with Edius 5 for the Martell VSOP 'Rising Personalities Awards 2009'. This is a series of 10 biography videos for the awards. Returning for its third year, the Martell Rising Personalities Awards 2009 features 10 rising stars from various fields.



                        Biography Video: DJ GuruGuru

                        DJ GuruGuru is the co-founder of Bass Agents and a respected local DJ who's name is all too familiar in the international dance scene.

                        Our video style is fast-paced and edgy with over-saturated colours to give it a more 'clubbing' feel. The soundtrack, U're gonna Go Far Kid is courtesy of DJ GuruGuru. Have a listen to its hypnotic and upbeat tune!
                        Last edited by Baron; 11-26-2009, 01:24 PM.
                        Baron
                        Grass Valley Certified Edius Prime Trainer
                        Apple Certified Pro, Final Cut Pro
                        Professional Videographer & Video Editor
                        Guest lecturer with Saito College
                        Website: WolFang Digital
                        Blog: Videographer Journals

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                        • I have a blog containing some videos I've done for TV using Edius and some AE. I would love it If I could get some feedback:
                          cemcast.blogspot.com

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                          • Originally posted by cemcik View Post
                            I have a blog containing some videos I've done for TV using Edius and some AE. I would love it If I could get some feedback:
                            cemcast.blogspot.com
                            bunlar resmi FOX tv vidyoları mı ?

                            ayrıca Tv için yapıyorsun ya ondan soruyorum vidyonun çıktısını hangi formatta, kaç video bitrate olarak , hangi çözünürlükte alıyosun ?

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                            • Biography Video: Sze Yoong, Jewelry Designer

                              This video is part of the Martell Rising Personalities Awards '09.

                              She's charming, intelligent and videogenic- a classic combination of beauty and brains. Sze Yoong is the owner of Sze Accessories, the popular online store that makes fashion forward handcrafted jewelries.



                              Biography Video: Sze, Jewelry Designer


                              Sze's biography video has the look of an elegant art piece- contemporary and warm. It gives the feeling of a designer admiring her work in a cosy workshop. Some scenes transition from one to another via an out of focus crystal goblet. Colours of Sze have an imperial topaz shade but her masterpieces exude a sapphire hue of sophistication. Videography of her jewelry are given extra care due to their small size. In the video is a Motion Graphics work showcasing her jewelry pieces.
                              Baron
                              Grass Valley Certified Edius Prime Trainer
                              Apple Certified Pro, Final Cut Pro
                              Professional Videographer & Video Editor
                              Guest lecturer with Saito College
                              Website: WolFang Digital
                              Blog: Videographer Journals

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                              • Originally posted by nitrococuk View Post
                                Well I finished this one in 3 days ; it is about a historical famous castle in area i'm living. All of shots taken by me. edited by me. and here we go .....

                                The Castle of St. Peter ; http://www.haftasonukacamagi.com/mav...rum-kalesi.jpg

                                http://www.vimeo.com/7717564
                                The p in p by the text is a very good idea a nice effect. The music of course is 90 % of the video but its Ok
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