Where to find movie type soundtrack
Posted: Fri, 1st Oct 2004, 4:58am
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I was really amazed at the quality and expertise in the way many of the Alam DV users made their movies at this site.
I was also struck by the awesome background sound track music that was very much like regular cinema. Can anyone out there recommend a site that offers these movie like soundtracks.
Thanks in advance!
Posted: Fri, 1st Oct 2004, 12:40pm
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but i think that you should read their rules first before you use the music. You can also check out the Ultimate FAQs for more music sites.
Posted: Fri, 1st Oct 2004, 6:16pm
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A very good site! I found what I wanted!
Will be sending you Force points!
Posted: Sat, 2nd Oct 2004, 4:34pm
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Posted: Sat, 2nd Oct 2004, 10:57pm
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Lunamask, I suggest that you rate posts, not transfer force. The person will get 10 points at the end of the week, and it costs you nothing.
Posted: Sat, 2nd Oct 2004, 11:20pm
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I am just so appreciative of all the help I have recieved here at FX home! Will take your advice and rate their posts!
It is a dream come true to add effect like these from Alam DV on home video! I guess I am a grown kid playing with a cool new toy!
Posted: Sat, 2nd Oct 2004, 11:26pm
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i sent you 10 to compensate,
Posted: Sat, 2nd Oct 2004, 11:34pm
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heh, there's ten more from me. yeah, fxhome is a great place.
Posted: Sun, 3rd Oct 2004, 12:09am
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You people are just too nice! I totally love this site and the folks that are here! Everyone here makes a bad day just go away!
Thank you for the Force and your kind gestures!
Here in Hawaii we call that kind of generosity and kindness the Aloha Spirit!
Alam DV has become such a big part of my life here with my family. For a Sci Fi FX mask and costuming guy like myself, It is a dream come true to finally learn the SFX part of integrating these effects into my own videos. My wife and children are amazed at what I have learned from you all with this great product!
I look forward to coming to this site on a daily basis and learning about Alam DV and also downloading the Plug ins. It has become my pastime to watch all of the masterfully done movies done by everyone. I am currently working on a film of my own and will hopefully upload my project here.
I have a lot of costumes similar to the Power Rangers type of genra as I was the fiberglass mask maker for the Kikaida shows here in Hawaii. I will probably base my movies on these characters and utilize Alam DV for all of the SFX.
Thank you once again everyone for your kindness and generosity in terms of your most usefull information, Force, and great advice!
I am honored to be among such a great group of talented and kind people as you all.
Luna from Hilo, Hawaii
Posted: Sun, 3rd Oct 2004, 1:06am
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funny i thought i was and ahol
soon alamdv3 will be out i hope and that will be like comparing premiere pro to wmm
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Posted: Sun, 3rd Oct 2004, 3:18am
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Posted: Sun, 3rd Oct 2004, 5:09am
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Alam DV 3! !!! I read we get it free as an upgrade! These guys from England have definitely got a great company and business sence!!!! I bet they will make a ton of cash from this program !!!
I am buying Chromanator next and I am sure I will be buggin folks here with more beginner questions ....LOL!!!
Now all I need to do next is learn Adobe Premier and the after effects and get out of my Studio 9 mode. I am begining to feel the need for more audio tracks already as Studio 9 only has three of them..
You have a great weekend!
Posted: Sun, 3rd Oct 2004, 2:39pm
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well chromy and after effects do pretty much the same stuff chromy has better chroma keying but ae has some other bells and whistles but it seems silly to have both
Posted: Mon, 4th Oct 2004, 5:51am
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I am trying my best to figure out Adobe After effects and Premier Pro at the moment . Afrter using Studio 9 for ahwile now, Adobe seems like a whole new ball game of learning and in my case headaches...LOL!!!
Is Chromanator user friendly like Alam DV?
Posted: Mon, 4th Oct 2004, 6:38am
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lunamask wrote:Is Chromanator user friendly like Alam DV?
I've never used anything else then chromy, and after reading som tutorials and the manual, I can handle it very well now. But try out the demo. That's why it's there for.
Posted: Mon, 4th Oct 2004, 7:52pm
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iv used both and i like chromy alot better, its main functions are right infront of you and its not cluttered, it is a more challenging interface than dv2 but then again its a totally different type of program the runs on a different engine
Posted: Mon, 4th Oct 2004, 8:50pm
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Is it possible to clone like the Adobe?
I want to erase certain areas in my footage like wires that hold up my actors
Posted: Mon, 4th Oct 2004, 8:59pm
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yep chromy has all of those tools and for cloning http://fxhome.com/support/tutorials/view.php?i=15
that tutorial shows how
Posted: Mon, 4th Oct 2004, 11:48pm
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As soon as I get my next paycheck I am purchasing Chromanator!!!
Now if I could only find people who would like to act in my home made SCI Fi movies here in Hawaii?
Posted: Tue, 5th Oct 2004, 12:28am
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chromy is definately the best keyer you can get that doesn't cost 1000 dollars. It also is better than some 1000 dollar programs. Its well worth the money.
Posted: Tue, 5th Oct 2004, 1:17pm
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evman101 wrote:chromy is definately the best keyer you can get that doesn't cost 1000 dollars. It also is better than some 1000 dollar programs. Its well worth the money.
You said it evman101