2007 August 10th, 23:47
My first production using my hv20
The video is for a company i'm interning for, a to z sports as a media intern.
I say production because i've shot videos before with it but this is the first real video I guess you could say.
2007 August 11th, 04:51
Yeh, I like that, excellent ! Looks good quality, even at YouTube definitions. Have you posted higher quality anywhere else ?
Any chance you can tell us what settings you were using, for the inside (lighting ?) and outside shots ?
How about audio, how did you record that, I assume with an external mic setup ?
2007 August 11th, 04:57
Yeah, I can only echo the good doctor's prognosis, it was pretty sweet, looks like something that can be shown on cable. The bit at the end felt like an afterthough though, it didn't really fit with the feel of the rest of the footage. Other than that, great music choice, PRO voiceover, and great shots.
I only have two criticisms. Around the 1.50 mark you have 2 stills that doesn't do anything. I'd be tempted to get some movement in there. Also, in the other stills where you did pan them a bit, you can see the edges of the photos moving in. Try and zoom in when panning so you don't see the edges, it looks a bit more pro. Other than that, perfect!
2007 August 11th, 14:35
For the audio I recorded it with my Rode VideoMic. The vegas settings I used was 30 fps, WMV, 320*240 (Animation Size), Video Rendering Quality (Best), Audio: CBR, 96kbps, Windows Media Audio 9.1, Pixel Aspect Ratio 1.000, 100 sharpness. Also the Bit Rate was: Internet Lan, 3m
Originally Posted by Doctor F.
And yea I agree the end part didn't really fit, I tried to make it work although I agree its probably better without it. I didn't realize the two images that didn't pan, I though I had all of them panned. Also on the part where the images didn't fit on the screen totally, I was having alot of trouble making them zoom on vegas so I only was able to make them pan which explains that. It was due yesterday so I didnt' really have much time to fiddle with it. Thanks for the criticism!
2007 August 14th, 19:06