Z400 Workstation running Avid Media Composer 5.5 with an AJA IO Express to capture and monitor over HDMI. I'm using my Panasonic plasma TV as a client monitor. Still need to calibrate the TV, but it's working pretty well so far. Planning on capturing some video game footage
I once did a scenario-based short movie but it didn't turn out well. I now mainly focus on doing documentaries and direct movie-styled spontaneous videos. My main camera is Sony DCR-TRV18e, an old miniDV camera. It still works fine (even after 9 years), but I'm now saving to buy a good HD camcorder.
BTW In the main Youtube site they've changed the player's aspect ratio to 16:9 since like... 2009 or something, but why is the Youtube player here still stuck with 4:3?
I think it's because of the forum is powered by a somewhat outdated version of Invision Board or something. I don't know. (Part of the reason, I love this forum is it's simplicity although the 16:9 ratio would be nice).
Feel free to post any previous work you've done.
Today, I'm really excited. I've just got a job as cameraman and editor in a studio. It's for one job so far, but it's a start and hopefully it will lead to more. I'm quite confident it will if I don't totally f*ck it up! I'm a little nervous as I've lot to learn. A huge lot. I wouldn't even call myself an editor but a photographer, dabbling, lol.
Ever since Bale had become the icon of almost every winger, in this generation, I've searched for montages of those champions league nights, where he absolutely humiliated the "Best Right-Back in the world", which had spectators singing "Taxi for Maicon".
I came across this, a video by Missing Pictures. This shows Bale's progression and antics of the season.
Gareth Bale (Spurs vs. Inter Milan)
I watch this time and time again, reminiscing each moment, each touch, of those amazing nights, in Tottenham Hotspur and Champions League history.
El Clįsico - Barcelona vs. Real Madrid
What d'ya's think?
This post has been edited by GTA IV Roleplay on Tuesday, Aug 30 2011, 12:19
I love PES' work Western Spaghetti [youtube]qBjLW5_dGAM[youtube]
Wow, thank you for posting that. I wasn't familiar with PES' work and it's truly amazing. I used to make sill stop animation videos when I was a kid on my lil bros toy camera. I can imagine how tedious it would be to create something as advanced as PES' work.