Revenge Final Trailer
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 9:43am
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|This is the trailer to a 15 minute movie I did as a class project in school. Because it was a school project, I was very much limited in what I had to work with, but I'm still happy with the result.|
Hope you all enjoy!
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 10:50am
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Seems quite good, I would like to see the whole movie, is that possible?
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 2:16pm
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Yeah, I should be submitting it in a week or so.
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 3:03pm
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wow! lyod you are alot better than i thought, very impressive stuff. i like all the camera shots, the FX the 3d text the acting.
overall great work.
Oh ya and the Color corection, how did you film the computer screen with out having those lines go down the screen?
what camera did you film with?
good job agian
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 3:10pm
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Thanks! Glad you liked it.
To prevent the lines from showing, I turned the steadyshot off. All of it was filmed on a Digital8 camera, but I color corrected everything in Premiere Pro.
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 3:25pm
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Well done i really liked that, looking forward to watching the full film now
. I really liked the 3D titles u used, what program did u use to do them?
Posted: Mon, 21st Jun 2004, 6:23pm
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I made the titles in Blender.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 9:28am
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Wow this trailer was just like a cinema trailer! I really enjoyed what you made Lloyd66! Get this movie up fast! I can't wait!
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 10:45am
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fantastic man. The camera angles are great! The end of the trailer with something wrong...i dont like it are fantastic!
What is the first music of the trailer? And that sound fx? where did you get him? iam trying to find sound like that for camera moves etc and i can`t find !
I cant wait to see the rest of your movie =)
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 10:58am
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as tra said , it really looks like a cinematic trailer. especially the first half.
as everyone else here I would like to see the full movie.
keep up the good work.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 1:18pm
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looks good. Had a really good feel to it, the only thing that I didn't like was the camera on the tripod and the actor in the middle of the shot, other than that pretty well done.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 2:10pm
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Thanks everyone for the replies.
The first song was taken from the Die Entsorger soundtrack. I used the song "Wieder zuhause" composed by Thomas Oberegger. You can get it here
I'm not sure exactly what sounds you're referring to, bmx-men_, but for the flashback part, I used the sounds ripped from Prince of Persia: Sands of Time during a flashback sequence. The gunblast at the end is from Max Payne.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 2:17pm
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How about those sounds, the ones that sound like the T-Rex walking from Jurrassic Park. Like, boom.....boom.....booom, where'd you get those?
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 2:26pm
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Actually, I got that one from Findsounds.com. Just search for T-rex, and you should be able to find it.
Oh, and while I'm at it, during the story-ish sequence, the flashing sounds came from different sources, including door closes (the sound bunker), Enter the Matrix (the sound bunker too, but pooky fixed them
), and from Sharp's pack of bullet time sounds. Oh, and one was from Prince of Persia also.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 2:29pm
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Where is the sound bunker, you mean jushhome.com or whatever, correct me if I spelled it wrong btw, or do you mean Sharp's sounds?
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 2:46pm
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Yeah, that's what I'm talking about.http://www.jushhome.com/SoundBunker/default.asp?page=SWDoors
And the flash when the guy walks really fast down the hallway (the third one) is number 24 of the bullet time sound effects from Sharp.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Jun 2004, 3:05pm
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that was really impressive. slcik editing, perfect flow. Great work
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jun 2004, 3:36pm
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Brettsta wrote:that was really impressive. slcik editing, perfect flow. Great work
Ditto. Good Job. 4 from me because it's only a trailer.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jun 2004, 10:31pm
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Really, Really nice.
I love the pacing of the trailer - its very cinematic. Especially the way the studio name cuts in at the begining. The particle effects on the fireballs look great as well.
Hope the trailer for my Catwoman film is as good
Posted: Thu, 24th Jun 2004, 3:15am
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I was wondering when we'd see a film from you, Lloyd
Very nice editing. As said before, it did have a very cinematic feel, especially with the multiple songs in the background. Most people just put one through the whole thing, which is fine for some things, but I think the music was perfect for this.
The effects weren't the best I've seen, but I have seen worse as well. The trailer makes me want to see the full film, which is more than most trailers on this site can do
Posted: Sun, 27th Jun 2004, 9:40pm
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There were some things in that that I really liked; the shot where it zooms into the gun that the guy is holding, before cutting to the titles - that was really cool, and reminded me of a shot in one of the Nightcast teasers (and that can only be a good thing!).
I did feel that some of the editing could have been a *little* tighter or faster in the 'action' section of the clip - perhaps starting at a steady speed and building up. My attention flagged toward the end of the action segment - perhaps you could break it up somehow? That's just personal preference though.
All in all, a great trailer, so four stars from me
Posted: Sun, 27th Jun 2004, 11:51pm
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Sweet, very pro-looking!
How did you make those awsome missile type effects? Thanks in advance!
Posted: Wed, 30th Jun 2004, 8:32pm
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Thanks everyone for the comments!
Ggbros, that missle effect was actually stock footage from detonation films. Missle Away 01 is the clip.http://detonationfilms.com/free_stuff_page_2.htm
Posted: Sat, 3rd Jul 2004, 12:09am
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Posted: Tue, 13th Jul 2004, 2:52pm
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it was looking pretty good until you started throwing in the effects. the explosion on the door was very cheesy looking, and the rest was sub-mediocre. use chromanator to enhance your effects next time.
Posted: Sat, 17th Jul 2004, 8:34am
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That was pretty awesome bro. I liked the editing. I was wondering what you used to make your "GYM Studios" intro, and whatever software you used to edit your movie as well as make that really clean effect where that guy moves very quickly out of the shot, and when that other person jumped onto some sort of outdoor stage. Thanks man i would really appreciate the info.
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 7:11pm
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Jay: You're right, some of the effects aren't as good, especially the explosions. But I don't have Chromanator, and I don't really understand how that would help. But thanks for the input anyway.
D Unit: Glad you liked it.
The titles I did in Blender, and I edited it in Vegas 5. The running really fast shots I did in Commotion; it is kind of a long process, although eventually Tarn was planning on making a tut for it in Chromanator.
The jumping onto the stage was simple. All I did was film him jumping, then make a mask around him, and move that layer around independently of the background plate.
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 7:32pm
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I just love the line "tresure, this is gettin sweet, I guess you at school..."
A very nice mix of footage and sound which made this very intresting. I have an clue what this movie is about but you've not telled the whole plot, which make me wanna see it.
Some effects dosen't looks perfect, but you have some really nice details, like the first gunshot in the middle something in the movie, when you actully see the reflection of it in the car. awsome detail.
Good use of a "poor" camera, actors. nice color correction, nice music, sound efffects.
I'm sure take a look at this when it hits the cinema. nice work Lloyd
Posted: Thu, 22nd Jul 2004, 3:29pm
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I just submitted the full movie to the cinema, so it should be up in a few days. I'm going to be on vacation for a week, though, so I won't be able to answer any posts until I get back. I hope you all check it out, though, and let me know what you think.
Posted: Fri, 12th Aug 2005, 12:15am
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Hey, just saw the trailer, (a bit late), but I liked it! It was great! When he sees the note on the floor, and the blinking, it's just well done.
And I was wondering; how did you do the superfast running? Because I want to be able to do it, because it looked great. I have got a lot of Adobe programs so... if you used some of those let me know!
Thanks in advance!