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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by slim.slamma, Mar 18, 2015.
Too cold for me in NY, its in the 80s here in SC now, having to run ac to stay cool at night to sleep. But too windy to fly. Like your video, some of your scenes with transitions are rather fast though.
Enjoy life and be nice
Did you film in multiple spots in the state or just a local shoot? Where in NY are you?
Too fast switching clips for my taste.
Barely have time to focus on one clip, then it's gone..
A bit like you found the function of transition filters for the first time and goes all out.
Otherwise it was nice clips.
ya, sorry to echo others same responses but I was just starting to take in the lovely shot and BOOM--another iMovie transition.
Ok--I can do better that that response:
Your shots are really nice, but they need to be longer. Personally, I'd stay away from fancy transitions as they take away from the shot. A simple cross-fade is ok here and there but every edit you make (and it's soundtrack) should have a rhythm to it. Not necessarily hitting the beats to the music, but sometimes that is nice too--I mean a rhythm to the shots and the story telling. We are telling stories--have fun with that concept.
Keep at it and you'll get better at it! Cheers, brother.
Holy transitions Batman.
Nice shots, I'd say keep to cuts and or dissolves.
Nice video mate.
What programs are you guys using to edit your videos?
I've got next to no experiencing with editing software. Can someone recommend something that's easy to use for noobies like myself.
So I was going to ask if anyone here knew where to buy some meth. This video just answered my question.
Adobe Premiere Pro CC here.
I've seen others use Apple iMovie or Final Cut Pro and others.
Adobe Premier. Here's a link for excellent tutorials on how to use it
I was all over. 1000 is.,up by canada umm chimney bluff off lake ontario and ithaca
Thanks guys. I'm currently trialing Movavi Video Suit 14.