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This is a good screenwriting program that will automatically format your screenplay. If you read the help file it will answer all of your questions.
Back in the day I use a skylight 1-A filter to protect my lens.
Here is a site that covers some of these lenses.
The recorders that are used on pro film has a crystal sync and the clapboard is used to find the point of sync. In super-8 film I used pulses (one per frame) to sync up the film and the tape. As to how to sync up a tape to your video I don’t know but maybe someone else can give all of us more information.
sorry old site so I deleted it.May 31, 2008 at 2:48 AM in reply to: Where do I download editing software for free? (not trial) #172244
I would suggest that your get the trials of several of the editing programs that has the features that you require.
Once you find one that works for you Buy it. I don’t know of any one that is free.
It would help if we knew what your raw footage is and what computer you have so we can make suggestions to you.
will you post a link to your film. If I look at it I might be able to spot why you don’t get many hits.
Comedy is very hard. timing is every thing if its off it will kill the jokes.
The premise of the film might have been interesting except after the third or fourth outburst of foul language I stopped watching it.
Why not rethink the plotline and reshoot it for a broader audience without the foul language and show that you are more intelligent than what the film shows. Go back some in time to show why the character is so violent.April 30, 2008 at 8:06 PM in reply to: Who has heard of “Sonic Cameras”, and can they be trusted? #168059
Call the FBI. AsSoniccameras.com are on the internet and they seem to be violating an interstate statute.
BBB should also be called.
If you drain a lead-acid batt down you will kill it.
The light bulb drain shold only be done on Ni-Cad batt as these get a memory and then will only charge up to the lower levels.
I have used both types and have killed both.
Adobe Premiere Elements
What is the use you are going to put the backdrop to?
The film held my attention was crisp and well paced. I think it would improved by adding appropriate titles for the viewers that are not familiar with the content.
Check out the following site as this could be adapted to your requirement.April 3, 2008 at 7:24 PM in reply to: Truely Free Stock Video? – Getting a feel for the waters. #172125
I have replied to these type of posts before and I am all for it. I am in the Napa Valley and could supply custom shots in 4:3, 16:9 SD if so required. (AVI format to get the highest possible quality.)
Have you tried to play an older disk on the clients PC and/or a store bought DVD to see if the PC drive will play them?
Also what is the speed and disc code of the disks you are using?