Jennifer O'Rourke - June 18th, 2010
Here's a video we did with Indigo Productions last year. It's a parody of the famous JK Wedding Entrance Dance and it was meant to go viral. So far we got over 7millionviews on YouTube alone, so I think we can safely say that we succeeded in the "viral" part. Any comments or ideas how we could improve in the future?
Derek Sine - June 11th, 2010
Jennifer O'Rourke - May 17th, 2010
Derek Sine - May 06th, 2010
Sorry to ask this question but I need to! There is so much info out there but still I havent found the perfect settings/setup.
I use a Panasonic HVX201AE + Adobe Premiere pro CS4 to shoot and upload to Youtube.
I prefer to do widescreen and all is digital.
First Panasonic settings what is the best format to shoot?
Second Adobe Premiere settings to import and export to get the best results in Youtube.
Hope to find some usefull tips
Derek Sine - April 08th, 2010
Derek Sine - March 17th, 2010
I've posted videos to a number of hosting sites. When I view the videos from ALL the sites, they play perfectly. However, in an informal poll, everyone who attempts to view the videos says that they play poorly in some fashion. Either they stop, go very slowly, play only the audio, etc. Since I cannot duplicate the problem from my location, it's tough to troubleshoot. I'm happy to try different output formats (I'm using PremierePro CS4) but I can't even validate that they work or don't work properly.
Hello, making my world of warcraft movie and quitting the game.
I have recorded many good pvp moments with fraps at 60FPS full size
My screen resolution is 1024x768
I would like to know please what template should i use when creating a
new project with sony vegas ? And what rendering settings should i use
also for it to achieve best quality.
Best blur motion method? etc All help is appreciated and rewarded with
gold from my server Lightbringer - EU since im quitting the game.