Great Gun Sound Effects From Bf2!
how do u like these new sounds??
|great..im using them in my next picture||65%||[ 11 ]|
|ok.....||35%||[ 6 ]|
|terrable... these sound worse than blowing into the mic for a "bullet time noise"||0%||[ 0 ]|
Total Votes : 17
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 3:10am
Post 1 of 32
check out these ultra realistic sound effects from the new hit game battlefield 2 by EA!
i especially like the ear ringing in the flashbangs!! awsome
hope you all enjoy
ps- there are some other sound packs here that i have not looked at yet..(these all were designed to be added to the new Couunter Strike Source mod by Valve)
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 3:45am
Post 2 of 32
How do we download it?
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 3:58am
Post 3 of 32
Too bad EA are a bunch of evil sons of *****. They'd probably want to charge you a fee for using their sounds in a non-profit internet film.
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 3:59am
Post 4 of 32
Yeah, I was just about to say that. I used the CSS sounds in one of my short pictures from a while ago, and I know there's probably no way I'll be able to use them in a commercial picture. Which by the way really sucks.
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 5:22am
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pooky wrote:How do we download it?
scroll down to the sound pack, click download, scroll down, choose east/west coast or europe, copy the code above the text box and click download.
I had to try a few locations on one sound pack.
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 6:00am
Post 6 of 32
yeah, u need a program to unzip the files too,
Posted: Sun, 25th Dec 2005, 2:04pm
Post 7 of 32
Just a technical correction here,
EA didn't make BF2, they published it. DICE did all the work in creating the game itself and I imagine they also recorded or created all the sound effects too.
Posted: Sat, 31st Dec 2005, 4:59pm
Post 8 of 32
I know some people who work for comercials and movie making they used even other movies sounds for funs explosion etc... They told me theres no way they can know if ursmart only usegun sounds. the reason for that as a former member is the marines i can tell you all guns from games and movies and in real life sounds exactly the same. If you even cut a sound short or so will make it even more so difficult. In the movies they do it and there is noway they can know. Mr. and mrs. smith used sounds from movies and they never got cought. pay attention to the gun sceane its from themovie heat. they didint even cut it short it sounds the same even in the same sequence. Do it and see nobody gives a dam.
Posted: Sat, 31st Dec 2005, 5:57pm
Post 9 of 32
Well, they had a multimillion dollar company behind their backs just in case a lawsuit came around.
Us, however, can't afford a lawsuit. But if what you say is true, I'd sure as hell love to use the Counter-Strike Source sounds in commercial movies. I was considering e-mailing VALVe asking if I could use it for a non-commercial product too.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 5:30am
Post 10 of 32
Well if you look at it an m16 sounds like every other m16. There is absolutly no way they can find out. If you fear to still use it. Edit it in sound forge qadd some distortion and make instaed of rapid gun fire 2 shots at a time. Ither way it's undetectable. My freind also told me alot fear that using non legitimite software and other bootlegs are bad cause they have people that go around and check that is false also. Now if your still worried theres sitesout there that for 30 bux you can get royalty free gun sounds that are realy awsome. Ofcorse you can always do what i did couple of times when i was in highschool and thats way back that recorde sounds of from a firing range. you can ask cops or military most are nice about it some are asses. Ask it doesin't hurt. If you want i dont want to make empty promises but i am thinking of compiling a cd and acualy go back to recorde some sounds. I'm busy now but ill try to get on it and ill upload to fxhome users the sounds. I know it's a struggle. I looked for sounds alotmy self and it sux. I'll see what i cando to help on the matter.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 2:53pm
Post 11 of 32
I'll give you force if you really go to a firing range and get some *high quality* samples!
I'd be eternally grateful if you did that.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 5:25pm
Post 12 of 32
I really don't think anybody is going to get upset if you have used their sound effects, first of all, with guns, it's very hard to prove copyright of the sound clip, and no 2, sound designers are ALWAYS stealing sound clips from other movies, ever heard of the WILHELM scream! Unless your a keen sound designer, I doubt you have, but it's one of the most used sound effect ever and dates back too 1951, when the scream was recorded for the film "distant drums". It has been used in countless films, many big name directors actually ask to have the sound effect put in their films, like Quentin Tarantino (who actually called a break from Reservoir Dogs mix so that he and his sound crew could watch "Distant Drums" on a local station to hear the scream) and Peter Jackson.
It has been used in such films as starwars, indiana Jones, Willow, Poltergeist, batman returns, Planet of the Apes, toy story, pirates of the Caribbean, lord of the rings and even the recent Madagascar, plus many many more ( full list here
). Most of the films did not have permission to use this effect.
If your worried about getting in to trouble, you can always pick up a copy of royalty free sound effects. There are hundreds available, some cheap, some more expensive (Apocalypse Now Sound Effects
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Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 5:54pm
Post 13 of 32
Dude ur right on the money. I said the same thing countlessmovies use sounds theres no way to proove it. I will try thogh to get sounds from the range just incase thogh. But there is no way to get messed up for this.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 9:51pm
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well guess what guys i got intouch with a person i know who recodes sounds and such. He told me he recoded sounds from a firing range he has almost every gun out there. I will buy it from him he said he will give it to me as a freind price of 30.00 bux us. now im gona test it out and see if its good if it is im gona make a seprete post and host throgh my ftp the sounds. Again not making promises but since i need it im gona buy it and i like to share so here ya go.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 11:24pm
Post 15 of 32
Sounds great: +1 for you, it's ok if you don't get them for sure, at least you're trying and doing some good for the community.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 11:42pm
Post 16 of 32
Thankx I will definitly try my absolute best to get the sounds.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 1:51am
Post 17 of 32
is it bad if someone is umusing a cracked version of premier
like can u get introuble if u enter ur stuff in a film vestivle or something
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 2:02am
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i do not condone bootlegs or at least im supposed to say that. my advice buy a cheap nle like from ulead or something. any movie maker thats cheap know how to use it and then do ur effects and grading on fxhome products only . I love adobe i support their software i have legit copies of their items but they are costly and odds are people who get the bootlegs would never pay 600-900 bux for the prog anyways so i dont think it effects there biz. My advice would be they have student packages that are cheap ask around or google it. I think the cheap progs can do the compositing well enofe. I used the cheap progs before and did weddings and such same crap believe me. so edit on a cheap prog andput fxhome effects and grading in it andu will have an excelent picture.
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Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 2:04am
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I suggest Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0. I bought it [student discount] for 70$. Regular is 100$. It's probably the best you'll get for such a cheap price. I love it.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 2:11am
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no no, im not going to use somecrappy cut n paste editing stuff, i use the 1.5 pro
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 2:11am
Post 21 of 32
no no, im not going to use some crappy cut n paste editing stuff, i use the 1.5 pro
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 2:13am
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Wow I remember when I was teaching digital photography alot ofmy students complained about the cost of photoshop and i recomended elemnts. thats awsome they have a elements for videos wow this is awsome. I wish i knew sooner i would have saved lol.I rmebr they had others out there too but i loved the adobe feel. Thankx
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 2:32am
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Yeah, elements is awesome. My friend has it and there are very few differences between it and pro. You lose a bit of effeciancy, but you save like $800.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 3:40am
Post 24 of 32
the godfather wrote:no no, im not going to use some crappy cut n paste editing stuff, i use the 1.5 pro
What do you do in Premiere Pro that you couldn't do in a cheaper NLE (or even a free one, like MovieMaker or Avid Free DV?
If you're using pirated software, discretion may be a good idea - i.e. don't post on forums admitting to it.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 6:08am
Post 25 of 32
I agree. Theres so many cheap nle out there even free it does the same job.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 7:33am
Post 26 of 32
im not using a cracked version, someone i know is, and he is entering a film vestival,
and we use pro!!
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 4:39pm
Post 27 of 32
Lior wrote:Well if you look at it an m16 sounds like every other m16. There is absolutly no way they can find out.
Not necessairly. As you know, Counter Strike guns make very distinct sounds from any other game. Anyone can easily point out if an M16 sound came from counter strike or not. Anyways, the BF2 sound pack is really nice.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 6:06pm
Post 28 of 32
no no no like i said they cant and if they could distort the sound its that simple. besideslikei saidill try to get sounds foir u guys
Posted: Thu, 5th Jan 2006, 11:59am
Post 29 of 32
the godfather wrote:im not using a cracked version, someone i know is, and he is entering a film vestival,
and we use pro!!
Lol....dig yourself out of a hole.
As far as I know, there is no way for anybody to know weither you used a legit copy or a cracked. But "your friend" should know better than to steal. Bootlegging is one of the film industries biggest problems, and using cracked versions of editing suites such as premier IS STEALING!
Let us all hope that "your friend" will turn over a new leaf for the new year and stop being naughty.
Posted: Thu, 5th Jan 2006, 7:32pm
Post 30 of 32
hey buddy, why is all about money with u, its about the film making! my freind is not very wealthy and he is really strugling right now i really dont appreciate the conceded comment.
Posted: Thu, 5th Jan 2006, 8:36pm
Post 31 of 32
the godfather wrote:hey buddy, why is all about money with u, its about the film making! my freind is not very wealthy and he is really strugling right now i really dont appreciate the conceded comment.
As I asked above, what does your "friend" do in Pro that he couldn't do in a cheap or free NLE?
Posted: Sat, 4th Feb 2006, 5:13am
Post 32 of 32
im glad u all like my sound effects that i gave to u