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Project One : Teaser Trailer

Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 1:37pm

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Rating: +6

The teaser trailer for Project One.
It's been a long time coming and yes it's taken awhile. Here is the teaser...with the full thing finished and very close to a release itself.


Thanks to everyone who helped with the project.
I hope you guys enjoy the tease(r).

Look forward to your comments!

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The film was compressed using H.264 codec under Quicktime 7.
Please make sure you have Quicktime 7 smile


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Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 1:42pm

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That looks, very, very cool.

It's difficult to say anything definatlve about it, as it's just a teaser - but it's definatley done everything it should do : I can't wait to see the finished film!

Excellent work guys smile
5/5
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 1:51pm

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Gaaaaargh!!!!!!!!
More comments unneccesary.

5
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Go er-no, woo woo woo! That was awesome! looks very good, it's teased and done it's job, and now im hooked smile
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 2:07pm

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Thats how you make a teaser 4/5
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 2:21pm

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THAT WAS SUCH A SWEET TRAILER.

I can't wait for the full thing to be released.

Great job on the movie.
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 2:29pm

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That was an awesome job. Good editing, good effects, good music, good title work (a rarity around here)...

I haven't been impressed by a movie in here in a long, long while.

Really, really well done.

Kudos.

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Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 2:33pm

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As I said before, I really dig this teaser. It got some great shots and perfect gradeing, most the stuff here is to extremly graded imo.
Still love the 4th shot the most, that single shot tells me this movie is going to explode on the box office!

great work
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 3:02pm

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Thank you all.
The comments above make the time and stress I've personally bled (just on this trailer) worthwhile.

I've never made a teaser/trailer before so was slightly concerned about how to go about this one, I tried to mix together shots that I felt didn't ruin or give too much away.

I hate it when teaser trailers or even trailers show too much, so this was meant to really just tease. Not revealing Adam's character in fullframe at any time etc..

At one point I had five different edits of this trailer, including a twenty second version that just flashed so many shots it hurt my face to watch back (but damn it was kinda cool).

Well, thanks for the comments!
Send out the word. smile
Project One is coming....
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 3:07pm

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Very nicely put together teaser, excellent muzzle flashes and hits didnt feel digitally done like they do on a lot of the videos i've seen.

Some really nice framing too, good choice of shots, music fitted perfectly.

Overall a really impressive job.

Can't wait to see the finished film.
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 3:19pm

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Great teaser! I especially liked the titles.

I can't wait for the final film. biggrin
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 3:37pm

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I think i am IN LOVE! lol
dude that was great! I loved the cinematography, the editing of the trailer, story seemed to draw me in, i really want to see it! oh and the awsome explosion! that was sick! awsomeness!
5/5
-Aaron
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 4:43pm

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MAN THAT TEASER RULESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! Im definitely buying the dvd. The grading was awesome, the editing was amazing, the effects were good, the action was incredible! I cant WAIT for this DVD to come out! Count me on buying it!!!
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 5:18pm

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Edit:[Joke]
To be frank, in my honest opinion, the cut scenes were sloppy, and poorly done. The titles used for this looked as if they were just thrown in with a "run of the mill" editor, and comparable to any movie that has used "Cosmic Sans", in that it just looks awful. I can tell that hard work was virtually non-existent for this film, 0 out of 5.[/joke]

You had to push me into posting, didn't you lol. All kidding aside, this film looks like it is going to be great, and I for one can not wait to see it. You can be sure that I will be purchasing a DVD, and telling people about this. This is a fantastic example of how a teaser should be, and you have definitely made this serve its purpose.

You can take everything I said in the first paragraph, and think the opposite. I for one would not assume this was your first teaser, and you should feel good about this work. With out repeating too much of what has been said, I will end the post saying nice work, five out of five from me.

Great job.
Wizard.

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Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 5:39pm

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Oh.........My...........God..........That was the best thing I have ever seen! biggrin This is such a good teaser cause it really does tease. First I will start out by saying Outstanding job! I was amazed by the locations you filmed at they are amazing, Also I loved all of the effects that I seen in this teaser "I cant wait to see the explosion shot razz" But when you say "All Projects" "Go Wrong" I think you are wrong Project One is coming out great razzbiggrin. I wish you and every one who took part of Project One the best of luck and I am for sure buying the DVD biggrin. I look forward to the film and DVD.

Best Regards, JT9

PS: 5 OUT OF 5! biggrin
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Rating: +1

Whilst the end product is indeed to some extent polished, Project One went so wrong during filming that we spent another week rewriting and re-filming a totally different ending in a location miles from the origional and a year after. smile

I have to agree with you, it's looking great. Nice to finally see the project come into the light so to speak.

Hoohar!
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 6:21pm

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If you've never made a teaser/trailer before, I couldn't tell. It had a feel like you do it for a living.

Great shots and framing. GREAT production value with the outfits, guns, location, vehicles etc! It brings a lot of credibility to your film.

Keep up the good work.

Makes me want to see the end product!
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 6:37pm

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Great to see the trailer getting a good response. It ticks all the boxes for me, sets the tone of the film perfectly, delivering the right level of intrigue a teaser should.

I'm really pleased for the Project One team as they've worked incredibly hard to bring a great slice of entertainment to FXHome and beyond.

Congrat's guys
Mantra

smile
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 8:41pm

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I liked it a lot, and it's one of the best trailers on this site!

There are a few things I'd like to point out for reference that I think may help you in the future, but please take these lightly as I doubt there is much else you could do to improve this;

Firstly, I personally think it was a little too bright and colourful. Perhaps darker colours (but that's just my taste) and less of a glow. Secondly, I think some of the shots (although all are really cool) don't really need to be there - mainly near the begining. I think it should start out slower, and then go into the action montage. And finally, I have no idea of the story, and I don't know what shots you have, but try to work in shots that feel they go with the text. Like "Start Somewhere" should be followed by a wide shot of a location. It doesn't even have to be the location the experiment takes place. but I think it has a stronger impact.

I also really like teasers where get to only hear one line of dialogue, but no more. Though that probably wouldn't have worked in this case, I'd like to see it if you do any more teasers.

But for a first trailer it's excellent! biggrin I could never produce something that cool. Hope you take my criticism in the light and fluffy manner I intend. I really like it, and I have to say that I'm really impressed. A 4 for you. Once it started going it just got better and better, and the final reveal of the title is really awesome!

Look forward to hearing more about this on the forum!! smile
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 10:30pm

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Yeah Buddy! Looks like A certain Film of mine just got Owned in just about every department biggrin


Great Job! Oh, and Make A comparison to:

http://www.archive.org/download/Avantegarde/Avantegarde.mov

and

http://www.archive.org/download/HitmanChekovYearOne/Plan_B_trailer2.mov

Indeed..OWNED. Flippin' Great work!

Yes, Ladies and Gentle, Project One looks Entirely badass...
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 11:09pm

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Hehe, cool to see your hard work pays off and you get people excited! You deserve to sit back and enjoy the praise, cause you've done a good job! wink

As I've said in the chat already, I'm particularly fond of the fonts in the Teaser. These are excellently done.

Good pacing, good structure, good buildup, good music, good editing, good camera (I agree on the glow with Exlamation though), sweet stunts and cool action.


We're on to a winner it seems. biggrin
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 11:19pm

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Yah, everyone else has pretty much summed it up already - great teaser! smile

I'm looking forward to the final product, and I'll definitely buy it on DVD if that's possible!
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 11:27pm

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Awesome awesome awesome. This teased indeed. Badass poster as well. I'm giving this a 5 because the full film probably won't come here and this project deserves a spot up there. I wouldn't change anything honestly.
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 11:27pm

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AMAZING. 5/5
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Nice work!
Are my eyes deceving me, or was this film shot on a canon GL2?
This is deffinatly along the lines of stuff that we should be seeing
on here, but unfortunatly dont.
Regards,
Adam
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IndyAnimation wrote:

Nice work!
Are my eyes deceving me, or was this film shot on a canon GL2?
All shot an a Canon XM2's with the Wide Angle Lens - which I think is the UK name for the GL2. So yes.

-Hybrid
Posted: Sat, 22nd Apr 2006, 2:49am

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I have some mixed feelings about this. I loved plenty of the angles and HIGHLY appreciated all the production value, but it didn't really draw me in.

Well, it did, but only in the last 10-15 seconds or so, which were intense. (Especially where there's like an explosion and a guy ducks behind something, and you can see his face. It's only for a second, but for me it makes the whole trailer. Also with the bird's-eye shot of the 'covert' guy hiding away from people, then jumping down. Pure awesomeness.

Still, I was a tad dissappointed, I was expecting to be blown away from the comments I heard about this, and I wasn't.

(Here comes yet another "still") Still, it's obvious there was a ton of work, effort, and maybe money(?) put into this.

4/5
Posted: Sat, 22nd Apr 2006, 9:53am

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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

IndyAnimation wrote:

Nice work!
Are my eyes deceving me, or was this film shot on a canon GL2?
All shot an a Canon XM2's with the Wide Angle Lens - which I think is the UK name for the GL2. So yes.

-Hybrid
With a few XL1s shots for good measure wink
Posted: Sat, 22nd Apr 2006, 12:01pm

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Well, what can I say that hasn't been said before? Not that much really, but I'll buck the trend a bit and say a few cons, as well as the pros.


The quality of the shots look very good 99% of the time, however there seems to be some odd frame blending going on at times. The opening wood scene, with the camouflaged guy, as a slightly grey shadow surounding him at times, as does another soldier in the compound, a few seconds later.

The guns shots etc are well done, and don't look out of place. However the blood doesn't look right. The shots doen the stair well and the shot to the head after that don't fit. Perhaps it's the colour or the animation of them, I'm not sure. The stairwell blood looks particulary odd, here I think it's the angle of the blood, it looks far to steep, and the flowing blood splatter in the air seem off as well.

The music you've used works brilliantly, it suits the look and speed of the teaser, but there seems to be a disjointed change from the men carrying the rocket launcher and the two men fighting. The transition doesn't sound right, unless this was deliberate.

The man running about on the roof top / tree tops is nicely done, these scenes are the icing on the cake and as Ben3308 says, it made it for me.

The purpose of a teaser is to make you want to see more. You have succeeded here, with only a few very minor flaws, imo. Compared to most entries this is certainly one of the best, as it should be with you're job background and work with FXhome. It is because of this I don't give you a 5. With your experience I would have expected more work and less errors. Only a four here. I hope you don't think me over critical.
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I think this movie looks awesome. Great gamma and well put together shots.

P.S. The titles rock!!

Can't wait for the final product.
Posted: Sat, 22nd Apr 2006, 12:40pm

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smile
Nagual - thanks for that in depth critic of the teaser trailer, I don't on the blood comments. Blood squirts from the body at all types of angles... Also, my this is the second project I have worked on after Crawling Space. There wasn't any other experience before the actual filming of Project One. smile


That 'disjointed change' in the teaser was deliberate. At that point, you've seen 20 or so seconds of shots that are slow, building. Then I wanted a noticeable change, something that would make you go 'huh?' then suck you into the last 20 seconds of the trailer. That was the idea, and if you noticed it... good smile

Ben, sorry to hear you weren't blown away. I'm not too sure what I'm going to have to do next time for a teaser to blow you away smile But hey... I'll give it my best shot.

Maybe if I made a Splinter Cell teaser it would get your approval... biggrin

Thanks guys!
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looks really good. i think your films of def some of the best of fxhome

enough said haha
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I totally agree.
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Where is the music from? Or did you guys compose that yourself?

It sounds familiar, but I'm probably wrong.
Posted: Sat, 22nd Apr 2006, 6:19pm

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Garrison32 wrote:

Where is the music from? Or did you guys compose that yourself?

It sounds familiar, but I'm probably wrong.
I think its just a very generic musical piece. smile I have got an original soundtrack for it (and the whole film), but the audio in this current teaser is from an unknown origin- Ive completely rejigged it, changed the tempo in parts and reversed and chopped up most of the track into what is left..

I believe its actually from a collection of royalty free scorebits, hence why the quality of the sound wasn't good when I first had it (terrible infact) (I've thrown it through quite a few filters and wasn't going to use it til the last second, where I had managed to create an edit to go with the beats)- and kudos to Pooky for helping me scavange for it from somewhere.
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Nice trailer! Looks awesome! Some nifty stuff there. Look forward to seeing the film.
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God I am having all sorts of problems. I cant see it. First it opens it in REalPlayer, so I switch it to Quicktime, and now it wont open. Help ME!!!
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Big Man,

Make sure you have the latest version of Quicktime at http://www.apple.com/quicktime

Er-no,

Nice trailer! Looking forward to seeing the whole movie! biggrin
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Very good. If you dont mind in several sequences it looked like the back of somebodys head was being blown off would you care to share how this was done..you may also PM me.

Thank you.
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Wonderful stuff. Nice editing, a rarity in teasers, and quite a nice, high producton value. 4/5
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i'd love to see it, but the latest version of quicktime won't work on my computer... sad
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er-no wrote:

I think its just a very generic musical piece. smile I have got an original soundtrack for it (and the whole film), but the audio in this current teaser is from an unknown origin- Ive completely rejigged it, changed the tempo in parts and reversed and chopped up most of the track into what is left..

I believe its actually from a collection of royalty free scorebits, hence why the quality of the sound wasn't good when I first had it (terrible infact) (I've thrown it through quite a few filters and wasn't going to use it til the last second, where I had managed to create an edit to go with the beats)- and kudos to Pooky for helping me scavange for it from somewhere.
The music is called "Redrum", from Immediate Music. It isn't royalty free, but it's hardly an issue considering the amount of copyrighted music used in the cinema.

Really liked the trailer, looking forward to the finished film. Loved the big explosion/guy thrown through the air shot.
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Rating: +1

Where's your monkey boyfriend?

lol

From joke to review:
it was not really a joke, I'm f***ing serious

If I had to describe my feelings for this project, by only using one word, I would say something like: Grrrrwwwwl.
Though, there are people who don't understand rubbish, so I'll give a detailed review of this trailer;

Well, I've always been a fan of Er-No's work, and Er-No in general.
Though most of his movies haven’t really been pure professional quality, like this.
What can I say?
This isn’t only a high-quality masterpiece of awesomeness. It’s more!
It’s fabulous, It’s outstanding, it’s brilliant. It’s orgasmic, it’s life, it’s sex.
Top that!

Fantastic camera work, extraordinary good effects.
Grading, WOW!
The feeling this trailer gives you… WOW²

I think it would be lying if I said I’m not going to buy the dvd.
I’m no liar.

This is a pure 5/5
(no needs to say “I never give a trailer more then 3!”)
This looks better then many movies I’ve seen lately, and I can’t wait for Shadow.

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geigel1 wrote:

Very good. If you dont mind in several sequences it looked like the back of somebodys head was being blown off would you care to share how this was done..you may also PM me.

Thank you.
I go through how that achieved on the DVD commentary - It's not very hard and can be achieved in EffectsLab or most NLE's. smile

At the moment I'm not encouraging ordering the DVD (I'll scream from the rooftops when I want some orders!). I'm still making the final sections etc of the extras a real treat for everyone that orders it.
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Awsome trailer! I want the full dvd!!
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geigel1 wrote:

Very good. If you dont mind in several sequences it looked like the back of somebodys head was being blown off would you care to share how this was done..you may also PM me.

Thank you.
Sollthar's Blood Stock Footage pack and VisionLab HD. wink

I think the shot you're referring to is either the stairs shot or the one where the protagonist jumps down and pistols two people. Both were simple composite jobs in terms of the blood, however the stairs shot was massively retimed using (at the time Chromanator) as origionally the bullet impacts on the wall didn't match the characters actions.

I hope we still have the project files for that, it was pretty crazy. As er-no's mentioned, there's alot of stuff like this covered in the DVD commentaries. I imagine at some point some of the more heavy-effects shots will be detailed.

The trailer's really, really awesome. For this one I just did a little effects work and some acting.

*pats er-no on the back*

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Posted: Mon, 24th Apr 2006, 4:23am

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All roads lead to Project One.

I've been here at fxhome for two and a half years now, and that has felt like an amazingly long time. I find it hard to imagine that there are some people who have been here even longer than silly old me. Something that seems to be happening lately is that these people, these seniors if you will, are all taking "the next step" into their rightful places as the elite of this community. We saw FXHome change drastically, we see Sollthar putting the finishing touches on Nightcast, and now we are on the eve (or around it anyway) of the release of Project One, the er-no productions master piece.

Have I seen it? No. But you just have to know that from this team it is really is impossible for them to not release anything short of amazing. Crawling Space. Dreamscape. Ninja, Interrupted. THAT CHESS MOVIE. Anyway, what I'm trying to say here is, I'm excited as hell for this movie, as I have been for many months now. Here's hoping that this movie takes you where you want it to, I'm sure in flameboy's case he is already there, and it's awesome to see something of P1 finally! Does flameboy ever post?

Waser picks up Hybrid and throws his skin at er-no's door

5/5 , the first time I've done that for a trailer
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Awesome trailer!

It sounded a bit funny when the music got faster though.

4/5
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Sollthar's Blood Stock Footage pack
Sounds awesome, where can I get it? wink

Btw, I gave ya a 5/5! smile
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alpha54 wrote:

Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Sollthar's Blood Stock Footage pack
Sounds awesome, where can I get it? wink

Btw, I gave ya a 5/5! smile
I may have said too much already. smile More will be revealed in time. At current there are some really awesome stock footage packs on sale on Sollthar's site, I highly recommend all of them.

http://www.nccinema.ch/

smile
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They'll be available as soon as the new ncc site goes online, with all the other new stock packs, Smoke, Fire, Explosions, Gore etc all in HD.
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ANYWAY, this isn't about you Sollthar, naff off. wink

Both er-no and myself will be around this topic if anyone wants to ask any specific questions however please be patient - a great deal more will be revealed in time.

This is JUST the teaser afterall, the very tip of the iceberg.

-Hybrid.
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:


Both er-no and myself will be around this topic if anyone wants to ask any specific questions however please be patient - a great deal more will be revealed in time..
I have a specific question:

How do you guys own so much?
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Klut wrote:

I have a specific question:

How do you guys own so much?
I really can't take credit for alot of what makes Project One good, this project has been Adam and Joby's project for a long time now and I've just been lucky enough to be around in order to give a little input, act in it and help with the special effects.

It's still early days to be blowing trumpets too, Ask the same question when you've seen the full thing and I'll be a little more confident in praising all those involved. razz
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Hey guys watch the teaser again I found 1 upside down frame in the video. The second to the last shot when shadow is about to choke a guy the very first frame is upside down. I just thought I would post that. wink
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JT9 wrote:

Hey guys watch the teaser again I found 1 upside down frame in the video. The second to the last shot when shadow is about to choke a guy the very first frame is upside down. I just thought I would post that. wink
You're not wrong. smile
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ah hoo-hoo-hoo.... VERY good... loved it!!!
5/5!
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I'm sold. Put me down for a DVD (and you'd better damn well release one!)
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haha... looks like er-no's powers of persuasion work... i'll bet there's some sort of hypno-waves coming from that video... hehe... biggrin
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Sollthar wrote:

They'll be available as soon as the new ncc site goes online, with all the other new stock packs, Smoke, Fire, Explosions, Gore etc all in HD.
You know, the only thing that can make that post any better is some sort of mention of an estimated timeframe... wink

JUST TO PROVE I AINT HIGHJACKING YOUR THREAD, I WANTED TO (AGAIN) SAY THAT THIS TEASER OWNS!!11 razz
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Steeb wrote:

I'm sold. Put me down for a DVD (and you'd better damn well release one!)
Oh yes, don't worry, I'll make sure you are on the list of people I'll pester with an email once its out very very soon! smile
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Wow. Great job. Dunno what else to say. I love the grading
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Awesome man! Looks like a lot of people were involved in the acting of the film which always makes things look a lot better than watching something with just a few people in it.

Can't wait to see the finished product!
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er-no wrote:

Oh yes, don't worry, I'll make sure you are on the list of people I'll pester with an email once its out very very soon! smile
Put me down too, I already emailed you guys but I'll buy one as soon as they're shipping! smile
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awesome!. watched some of the behind the scenes on your site, will def buy the DVD. biggrin

5/5
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Sweet trailer. Excellent pacing, good score, nice grading, etc. etc.

A couple of questions:
What kind of budget were you guys working under?
And about the text: I agree that all experiments start somewhere, because they do. What is meant by, "All projects go wrong"?

Really looking forward to watching your movie! Looks fun.
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Jetwise wrote:


And about the text: I agree that all experiments start somewhere, because they do. What is meant by, "All projects go wrong"?
Thanks for your comment Jetwise.
As for the titling.... I'm glad you brung that up wink The only thing I can say is.... you'll just have to watch the full thing... it's also a play on words as there is a phrase I know of (have heard before) 'All Experiments Go Wrong', so I simple juggled that around with 'All Projects Start Somewhere'.

smile
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After watching this a couple times over, I've discovered why it isn't "in-your-face" enough to 'wow' me: the locked camerawork. I said I liked a few shots (the inside the car, the dolly at the end, and the explosion shot) and guess what? Those are the only three freehanded shots in the teaser.

My view: if you're going to advertise your actoin in a movie, make the viewer PART of that action, rather than just someone watching it. After all, when people get in fights at school, it's much more exhilirating to stand in the tight-knit circle around them yelling "FIGHT!" than to stand back and look on from afar.

Ultimately, I suggest you get more camera movement in there. I mean, how amny action movies do you know of with all locked shots?
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Get more camera movement in places? Only three shots in that whole trailer were tripod mounted and other shots have movement/motion, I completely agree, locked off shots only work in rare cases (and I feel where used, they work well smile).

I didn't purely want to advertise the action in my movie - I wanted to tease people who watched it by revealing the feel and look with shots ranging from different parts and locations.

Another reason I didn't make it all out action action action was because I didn't want to use the main action shots from the film as people would then have seen them, leaving nothing to salivate over on the final pieces viewing.

Did you have a bad day today? confused Perhaps you got into a fight at school, and you were the only being bullied as other people formed a tight knit circle around you... enjoying the action of it all... wink

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Give him a break its just what he does under his fxhome persona. Its his "View" after all. I think we're all more than aquainted with ben's unique brand of "View" razz
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Rating: +1

The key phrase here is "teaser."
I think this teaser did the job well. It reveals the type of movie, generally shows it has a covert military theme. It shows bangs and booms. What more can one ask for?

Unfortunately there are some of us on the site that forget who they are and where they are. When one juxtaposes "Project One" to many of the so called teaser trailers on the cinema (or complete films for that matter) Project Once stands on its own very well. It has a start, a middle, and an ending. It explains just enough to peak ones interest. However, the art of teasing is hard to get right for everyone. Each individual has his or her own taste and likes and dislikes. What grabs one may not grab another. Therefore the one composing has to find a balance of attention grabbing techniques to satisfy the broadest audience. Personally I think this does just that.

Here on the web it is easy to flame or torch someones work. They cant see you and you cant see them. Ones natural inclination is to be less polite and supportive because one can be. Like balancing the gimmicks of a teaser the reviewers must find a balance as well. Don't be a jerk just because we can't reach out and humble your punk posterior. Constructive criticism is welcome but going out of ones way to knit pick is silly.

This has been a forum service anouncement from the mostly absent mod-dude
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averagejoe wrote:

Don't be a jerk just because we can't reach out and humble your punk posterior. Constructive criticism is welcome but going out of ones way to knit pick is silly.
Are you referring to me? I wasn't at all trying to be a jerk or offhandedly rude, I just rewatched the teaser and realized what erked me. And, since the thread is still popular, I figured I'd post and maybe er-no would heed what I'd said. I have no idea why what I daid came off and brutish or rude in any way, but if it did, I'm sorry. I wasn't going out of my way to nit-pick, it was just something I realized, and since it can be improved upon (IMO), I thought I might as well say something

I can see in no way how pointing something out after-the-fact is 'flaming' or 'torching' something; in facft, I only see it as constructive.

er-no gave my own teaser (as noted in my sig) a commendable rating, so it would be pretty rude of me do go out and double-diss his teaser. I said I liked it, I just felt there some something subtlely wrong, and I couldn't place it. Then I remembered what it was and came back and reposted. Sorry if anything has become misconstrued.
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Not you specifically. That rant was just a reminder to keep things on track. It was not meant as a personal attack if that is what you are asking. confused

When I post a review I sometimes add a bit like above to interject we need to keep a certain level of polite banter. As a flick stays on the cinema longer it has been my experience that over time fellow community members begin to start the bashing that is only possible on a forum such as this.
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Nice Trailer, cant wait for it, but the one thig in the trialer is you sued a XM177 airsoft rifle, and its PLASTIC, doesnt look to well, otehrwise, great dude! love the rest of the guns!

im a airsoft hobbyist thats why i know aobu that gun wink
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Major Sev wrote:

Nice Trailer, cant wait for it, but the one thig in the trialer is you sued a XM177 airsoft rifle, and its PLASTIC, doesnt look to well, otehrwise, great dude! love the rest of the guns!

im a airsoft hobbyist thats why i know aobu that gun wink
If you know a lot about airsoft you should have realised all the guns and rifles in the trailer were airsoft wink - although some have been modified to look more of the part. And hey, with zero budget, it was pretty difficult for the loan of anymore than we got! smile

Cheers for the comment biggrin
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Snap! If that budget was zero, then you wouldn't mind giving me those zero-budget airsofts' to me. smile
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Glad to see some footage from this project! wink

I'll talk to you on msn.

What a lovely logo you have wink
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Atom wrote:

Snap! If that budget was zero, then you wouldn't mind giving me those zero-budget airsofts' to me. smile
Fine, you pay for shipping to your place and back you can have them all wink
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eek Man, just shipping! If Atom hadn't said it first... twisted lol

I'm pre-ordering today! This whole thing looks great!!!


AAA
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AAAx2 wrote:

eek Man, just shipping! If Atom hadn't said it first... twisted lol

AAA
I reveal how I got ahold of the rifles and props on the DVD commentary, I'm sure you could do the same thing over in the US smile
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Thanks, can't wait till the 5th!!!
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Yeah, if anything I need to buy that DVD just for that little snippet of info! razz
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Just to keep the few of you that have preordered updated - as you'll probably see this post better than the website.

You're copies have been created today, full cover, sleeve and extras (obviously) and should be boxed and sent out tommorrow.

I will email when they go out, I didn't have too many preorders (sadly) but hopefully you guys will let the rest of the world know it was worth the £9.99!

(Needless to say.. I think it is) smile

Every five copies I sell.. I can create another full latex/made up zombie! That's what its all about!
Hope you're all still enjoying the teaser smile
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Yay! I preordered the DVD april 27th I cant wait for it to arive biggrin! Good luck er-no and just so you know I will be telling every one I know about Project One biggrin.
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Wow, this was nothing short of spectacular! Tight editing! Great use of sfx!
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Wow... somehow I missed the whole "preorder" thing. Oh well. I just placed my order today. I can't wait! I'm really looking forward to seeing the special features and checking out the commentary. I'll be sure to post my thoughts once I've had a chance to watch everything. I have high expectations, based on the other things you guys have posted here...
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the best in house production ever seen
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Really.. Really cool!


5 stars!


What is the name of the song/soundtrack?
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VADERHAYDEN wrote:

Really.. Really cool!


5 stars!


What is the name of the song/soundtrack?
Check page 3 of this topic, they answer this...
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Nice trailer, so nice it made me order the DVD smile

Will comment on DVD when it arrives
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Ordered Mine... biggrin
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Ditto.
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I have also ordered mine.

Who is making these things anyways? wink
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er-no wrote:

I have also ordered mine.

Who is making these things anyways? wink
Is this movie going to be online for downloading?
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A very good Trailer. Looks like you had good footage and a handy cast and crew. Only consturctive critisim would be some of the shots were to bright. It was not a love story or a happy story. You needed to drop the opacity or take away some colour. Other wise very good.
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jakef410 wrote:

A very good Trailer. Looks like you had good footage and a handy cast and crew. Only consturctive critisim would be some of the shots were to bright. It was not a love story or a happy story. You needed to drop the opacity or take away some colour. Other wise very good.
Thanks Jakef, can you explain a little better, you feel it looked like a love story? Dropping the opacity would in my opinion make it look weak and less vibrant/rich?

Cheers for commenting though smile
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This is the problem I'm having right now. Not that I think your footage looks that way but it's like what do ya do. You want a really rich color picture but if you let it get to dark it takes away from the picture because there is less color showing.
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Order'd
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Got it today! Wow. That was awsome.
This movie rules. The storys' got me hooked too! I can't wait to find out what happens! The grading was perfect and the making of was awsome! I like those paintballs cool ! I agree with your "favorite shot" too, that was perfect. The whole film was amazing and I'll hold my breath untill shadow biggrin

OHYEAH!
AAA
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AAAx2 wrote:

Got it today! Wow. That was awsome.
This movie rules. The storys' got me hooked too! I can't wait to find out what happens! The grading was perfect and the making of was awsome! I like those paintballs cool ! I agree with your "favorite shot" too, that was perfect. The whole film was amazing and I'll hold my breath untill shadow biggrin

OHYEAH!
AAA
Good to see the DVD's are arriving safely smile
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Yeah, I'll make a Project One dvd topic soon enough, try and keep this one to the trailer.
Just to let any of the few others who placed an order before the 12th May - they have all been sent so enjoy it once it arrives, and watch out for a P1 topic to leave your DVD review/opinion in smile

Cheers AAAx2, I tried to pack a lot into the DVD smile Hope you found it worthy of the money and yeah... Shadow will be... something special (we hope).
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I have to say, that was a pretty ganster trailer. The movie looks to be very interseting.
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cool
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This is one of the best trailers on FXhome... no its the best. i was just wondering what the movie is rated. and do you have to have a permit from the police station to use realistic guns for a movie in public?
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1 dollar budget wrote:

Do you have to have a permit from the police station to use realistic guns for a movie in public?
Both er-no and myself went to moderately painful lengths to assure that people in areas near to locations were fully aware of what we were doing, this included notifying local police forces of our activities. Though - Most of the film was shot on privately owned land, and therefore a permit was not necessary.

-Hybrid.
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Thanks.
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Yeah, have to be extra careful filming anywhere, especially with military vehicles, replicas and balaclavas...

smile
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I JUST GOT THE DVD!!! I swear to god that was the best thing I have ever seen I am so glad I have it in my dvd collection! I send my congrats to every one that took part on making the film! And I will be writing more soon when I get my friends and family to watch it wink. Hope you get enough money to make shadow!!! biggrin
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whats the movie rated. does it have any bad cussing like GD, f, or S.
just wondering cause my parents are really strict on that. cool
Posted: Tue, 16th May 2006, 2:14am

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1 dollar budget wrote:

whats the movie rated. does it have any bad cussing like GD, f, or S.
just wondering cause my parents are really strict on that. cool
The film hasn't undergone any certification (yet...) Though there's no swearing in the film, just some moderate violence. I wouldn't expect it to be more than a 12a in terms of bbfc certificates.
Posted: Tue, 16th May 2006, 3:54am

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when i film in public, fight scenes or with replicas, i ually do a lot of reseach as of the police patrol cars in that area, any schools, bus stops, ext, i take all precatitions when i film,


i find its better to leave the security and police out of it, u film untill they ask u to leave, then u say its for school and u bs some stuff and they always always allow me to film as i please.
Posted: Tue, 16th May 2006, 6:16pm

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Not really godfather.
Always let the authorities know if you are filming with replicas, tell them where, when and what you are doing.

As was the case last year I believe, the worst can sometimes happen, so by covering your own back in advance is the best way to go about it.
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I don't think the Police would be too pleased if er-no and myself tried the "It's for school..." excuse.
Posted: Tue, 16th May 2006, 6:37pm

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'Its for school!'

Yeah, we'd get shot.
Posted: Tue, 16th May 2006, 7:12pm

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er-no wrote:

Yeah, we'd get shot.
On the first location we nearly did, driving into that military area.
Posted: Tue, 16th May 2006, 7:46pm

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hmm....Briliant! Very well done. This was an exremely well put together trailer. It had all the elements to keep ones interest and yet at the same time keep the audience wanting so much more, which is great advertising skills as this was pretty much an advertisment for the amazing DVD out now or soon... i forget.

Cinemotography- Very good camera angles capture the angles with the audience right in the action. It kept the visuals interesting to watch and the video flowing

Sound- Top notch sound, I got really into it with all the gun shots, explosions and other ambient sound effects

Visuals/Locations- The special FX were amazing, that and the locations really added to the authenticity. Along with that the guns were also very realistic, which again helped in the realism

All in all, a great trailer that keeps me drooling over the DVD, seriously there is a puddle on the floor. My mom keeps yelling at me about it. ANyway, keep it up and as soon as i get the money im SO buying that dvd. Fer Shnizzle. Bamsukka outtie one one seven five niner
Posted: Fri, 19th May 2006, 7:43am

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Great Great Great Photographic eye from what I can see in the trailer.

Good work with the effects, they really look realistic, I can tell you guys really worked hard on them.

The story seems cliché, but I'd still watch it because it is looking very cool.

The costumes look good because the are almost uniform throughout the whole shoot, but the look of them for some reason seems cheap to me, it may be the actors because they all look very young.

Overall good work! I hope everyone takes the criticism well, I mean no insult.

Drew

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Posted: Fri, 19th May 2006, 10:44pm

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u need to research ur locations better if ull "get shot" while filming at them...


my films usually dont involve guys running around in camo and massive assault rifles.... i plan my work out and i have never had problems, theres many variables that u need to think of



if i ask to film in a parking garage...the answer will be no, we dont allow filming on private property, but if i start and set up with out getting in anyones way.... the gaurds dont want to spoil all the fun,


when u plan ur work out porperly, there is little room for "getting shot"
cool



but hey cheers and cheer up cool
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Rating: +4

The difference between us and you godfather, would quite probably be that our filming projects don't allow for that kind of guerilla filming anymore. It's not like we can just waltz anywhere we like and set up lights, fire up a generator and lay down tracking or set up a jib arm. Perhaps you didn't take any of that into account, though acknowledging that your idea of filming seems to be a handycam and some friends - why would you?

I really, really don't think you're in any position to tell us to research locations properly considering the point made has nothing to do with locations and much more to do with notifying relevant police forces when you're going to be running around with replica weaponry so as to avoid being shot by armed police forces as a result of misunderstanding...

I really don't like playing the 'we're much more organised/better/more professional than you' card, but... if the boot fits. There's a time and a place for filming 'on the sly' and project one wasn't one of those.

-Hybrid.
Posted: Sun, 21st May 2006, 11:42am

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i agree 100% with Hybrid-Halo, specially as there are replica gun legislations in place and more on there way in the UK. if u dont inform the authorities and go ahead using replicas in public areas some-one is bound to call the police and if u dnt get shot u almost definitely will get a heavy fine or go to jail.

Hybrid-Halo has taken the professional approach and look where it got them biggrin.
Posted: Sun, 21st May 2006, 10:04pm

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Rating: -4

I cant vote it a 1, huh? "Those who abuse the voting system will be banned"!? I didnt like it, so I voted it thereafter. Apperantly, the moderators dont allow users to have their own meanings...
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Thonhaugen wrote:

I cant vote it a 1, huh? "Those who abuse the voting system will be banned"!? I didnt like it, so I voted it thereafter. Apperantly, the moderators dont allow users to have their own meanings...
There's an unwritten rule which states if you rate a movie lower than 2 you need to have posted justification for it. Simply because if you really thought it was that bad you could at the very least provide the constructive criticism for it to be improved... That's not alot to ask.

Stevenwn wrote:

Hybrid-Halo has taken the professional approach and look where it got them biggrin.
That's a compliment though er-no is the cause of all the productions professionality as well as the projects success smile. You're right to mention the replica weaponry legislations brought in - they're pretty harsh.
Posted: Mon, 22nd May 2006, 10:43pm

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[quote="Hybrid-Halo"]
There's an unwritten rule which states if you rate a movie lower than 2 you need to have posted justification for it. Simply because if you really thought it was that bad you could at the very least provide the constructive criticism for it to be improved... That's not alot to ask."

Exactly. Somebody voted a 1 on my Longboard Nation with no rhyme or reason. It is just annoying to see somebody rating it low with no constructive critisizm backing it up. It just makes them look like some idiot who wishes they could make films, but is either to lazy and/or inexperienced. I donno, i just get riled up about it.
Posted: Fri, 26th May 2006, 9:16am

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I recieved the dvd in the post yesterday and really enjoyed it.

It's a nifty little action set-piece with a lot of very nice shots and very slick editing. It should pave the way for bigger things that you guys will be capable of with a bigger budget.

Also its the first indie dvd that i've bought where i felt the price was justified as i can see myself re-watching the disc.

Excellent work! Well done.
Posted: Sun, 4th Jun 2006, 4:17pm

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Thanks Gareth!

Means a lot when fellow no-budget film-makers like yourself support the cause and leave feedback, really glad people are enjoying the DVD!

If you haven't ordered it yet, last orders are being taken in the next two weeks.

smile Cheers.
Posted: Wed, 14th Jun 2006, 6:26pm

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Rating: +1

I got the DVD today, and I have to say that I'm really pleased by it.
The DVD it self fits right in with my DVD collection. It's very well made, both on the outside and on the inside.
I liked the menues and extras. You've done some fine DVD-coding, that's for sure.

I had pizza, soda and popcorn ready smile
I enjoyed the beginning, it was a nice effect, looked really good.
My little brother didn't belive that it was a fxhomer (fxhomers) who had made this razz
The only thing that bothered me was the sound... The woman talking too quiet. And as I don't speek English as my mother tounge, it was quite difficult to hear what she was saying... I had the same problems when there were "walkie-talkie-dialogues".
But the rest of the film was amazing.
It had a real action-movie-feeling, and was very exciting most of the time. The visual effects were really good, and so was the acting.
The fighting scenes (without guns that it) were better then I had expected.
And I liked the ending. And I can't wait for 'Shadow'.

With no doubt, I give this DVD 10/10.
People should by it as the still have the chance!

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-Klut.
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Everybody keep their fingers crossed smile If it makes it, I'm so going to somehow fly out there!

Also up for consideration at London, Raindance smile
And has been selected for screening at Central Florida Film Festival.

So if anyone fancies seeing the full thing and lives in the Florida area, go check it out on the 1st-4th September!
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CONGRATS er-no!! Hope that you win!
Posted: Mon, 14th Aug 2006, 6:24pm

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Rating: +1

Garrison wrote:

CONGRATS er-no!! Hope that you win!
Thanks man smile
Win though? Heh... that'd be hilarious!
Posted: Fri, 25th Aug 2006, 3:15am

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Come on, people! We need to help this beat Art of the Saber! Vote 5 Project.One!


Art of the Saber is a good movie, but Project.One is better.


It's time for a new champion!


And good luck in Australia!
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Digerati Media wrote:

Come on, people! We need to help this beat Art of the Saber! Vote 5 Project.One!


Art of the Saber is a good movie, but Project.One is better.


It's time for a new champion!


And good luck in Australia!
Come on every one rate it 5! And watch Project One over and over again! Good luck er-no!
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What the... I have quicktime 7 and all i get when i click the link is a page of gibberish.
Posted: Wed, 27th Sep 2006, 5:33pm

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The Duelist wrote:

What the... I have quicktime 7 and all i get when i click the link is a page of gibberish.
Safari seems to have problems, right click and save the link, or open the link direct in Quicktime via File > Open URL

smile Hope that helps!
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This movie should be in cinemas! it is great and a well presented movie. You must have used a large budget for this film, I think you could not achieve this film without your loyal cast and crew and also thanks to fxhome for adding magic touches to your movie.

God Blessings biggrin hugegrin mrgreen me eek eek biggrin cool
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After seeing this trailer, it looked a really exciting thing to do. I'm intending to do a crime genre based film myself, and after seeing this it helped give an inspiration. Also seeing the things on the program that you can do, it is a good option to pick. once i have practised and got better then maybe i can go on to full on action like this. Great job!. And thanks to fxhome for creating such a good program to work with!
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Nice Film, it would be helpful for everyone to know your movie a bit more by adding a character section so we can know who is who
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PLANB wrote:

Nice Film, it would be helpful for everyone to know your movie a bit more by adding a character section so we can know who is who
It's taken me a while so I've added more content to the DVD, along with full subtitles... the final full film suffered for younger viewers at the beginning due to the narration being too fast... so I hope now with subtitles people can follow the 'mission brief' a bit more...

smile Thanks for the people who are waiting! I will update you all when I start doing the duplications, got nine so far but have run out of expensive black cases!
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I rate your epic and spectacular Teaser 5 stars, Well add a few zeros biggrin smile Well done! the concept, acting, locations,actors,costumes and guns in the film are just awsome! smile And your actors are dedicated to their talent in your Action blockbuster I wish this Film could hit cinemas! biggrin How long does it go for? and are there any other preview videos? smile cool

Er-no has finally completed his mission to budget up for Shadow

cool
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I will be making a rebel fighting movie soon keep up the good work biggrin
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Five stars, two thumbs up and all that crap. Sweet hope productions are doing well biggrin
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is there anywere else i can view this because i dont have quicktime all ive got is windows midea player
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Quicktime is free for both platforms.
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i got quick time but it won't load it just shows a picture of a brocken movie reel. is there any were else i can view this???
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fxmaniac wrote:

i got quick time but it won't load it just shows a picture of a brocken movie reel. is there any were else i can view this???
Download the latest version of quicktime, right click and save the link, you might be trying to view it via a web browser where its not supporting QT properly! You basically need the h264 codec, so quicktime 7 is needed.

smile
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ok thanks
is there anyway of viewing it without downloading quicktime, like is it on another website cuz on the upload instructions it says it must be on another website that won't get taken down?
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fxmaniac wrote:

ok thanks
is there anyway of viewing it without downloading quicktime, like is it on another website cuz on the upload instructions it says it must be on another website that won't get taken down?
It is hosted on another website, my own@http://www.projectone-movie.com (which I should update soon heh). And it is the only format available for download (Quicktime). I'd always recommend anyone interested in films and media on a pc/mac have the latest QuickTime!

Hope you can view it soon and let me know what you think. smile
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i finally got quicktime great trailer

how can i see the entire film theres no dvds for sale nooooooooo
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when do you think shadow will be realesed???
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fxmaniac wrote:

when do you think shadow will be realesed???
Project One DVD will be re-released in the next few weeks smile I will announce it on these boards somewhere and send an email to the large number of people who didn't get one the first time around!

As for Shadow... its in continuous development. The new Project One DVD contains test Shadow footage though... which looks very nice indeed biggrin
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cool thanks i read recently on your website that you entered it into a film festival how did that go
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fxmaniac wrote:

cool thanks i read recently on your website that you entered it into a film festival how did that go
It went well, was well received smile I hope it to go to a few more festivals stateside this summer.
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cool good luck
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Short but sweet, now lets see the finished version! wink

Nice job 4/5
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I think you may have to buy the finished version sad
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It is only 14 minutes with short extras, lets see if er-no makes a DVD with both the movies SHADOW and PROJECT ONE with more extras!...........after a while smile
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Looks interesting ^^
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i luvved it absolutely brilliant can't wait to see the real thing.
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Wow, that was cool. Can't wait till you realse the real thing.
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He already did... long time ago. DVDs were for sale.
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Any DVDs coming still, er-no?
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Any DVDs coming still, er-no?
Yeapo!

I'll reopen the buy page on the website, I have a list of people who want a copy still and when I get my new hardcore dup and print machine I can get it going all again! Yar, has been a rough few months. If you've expressed interest, you'll receive a PM or email or I'll post a topic with a smiley face!
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er-no wrote:

Atom wrote:

Any DVDs coming still, er-no?
Yeapo!

I'll reopen the buy page on the website, I have a list of people who want a copy still and when I get my new hardcore dup and print machine I can get it going all again! Yar, has been a rough few months. If you've expressed interest, you'll receive a PM or email or I'll post a topic with a smiley face!
Sweetness! Put me down for one, I've got a credit card now!
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If there is one word to describe how this movie looks. it is Bamf. and if you don't know what that means. well. it means its gunna be awesome...
(Bad A** Mutha ****a
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Atom wrote:

er-no wrote:

Atom wrote:

Any DVDs coming still, er-no?
Yeapo!

I'll reopen the buy page on the website, I have a list of people who want a copy still and when I get my new hardcore dup and print machine I can get it going all again! Yar, has been a rough few months. If you've expressed interest, you'll receive a PM or email or I'll post a topic with a smiley face!
Sweetness! Put me down for one, I've got a credit card now!
Lather, Rinse, Repeat. smile
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Atom wrote:

Atom wrote:

er-no wrote:

Atom wrote:

Any DVDs coming still, er-no?
Yeapo!

I'll reopen the buy page on the website, I have a list of people who want a copy still and when I get my new hardcore dup and print machine I can get it going all again! Yar, has been a rough few months. If you've expressed interest, you'll receive a PM or email or I'll post a topic with a smiley face!
Sweetness! Put me down for one, I've got a credit card now!
Lather, Rinse, Repeat. smile
Lather, Rinse, Repeat again. Any DVDs yet, ol' buddy?
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What did you use as the cover for the movie. I need a free program that can help me make a cool pro looking cover for my movie. Anyone know of one?
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I don't know what software was used for Project One, but the free software GIMP is really good. It's like a free version of Photoshop. Try searching for it on Google.
Posted: Mon, 7th Jul 2008, 10:21pm

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0 0 0TheDirector0 0 0 wrote:

What did you use as the cover for the movie. I need a free program that can help me make a cool pro looking cover for my movie. Anyone know of one?
Short of creating something yourself (of which Photoshop and GIMP, namely with use of blended layers, have been suggested) you could always submit a query to the Poster/Logo Request Thread headed by myself and Atom.

Just a suggestion.
Posted: Tue, 8th Jul 2008, 12:21am

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0 0 0TheDirector0 0 0 wrote:

I need a free program that can help me make a cool pro looking cover for my movie.
These words never, ever go together, sadly.
Posted: Tue, 8th Jul 2008, 12:46am

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Surely you're kidding? A lot of what can be done in Photoshop can be done in GIMP. Sure, there are some workarounds and it's not as easy to do, but similar results can be had in GIMP.
Posted: Wed, 9th Jul 2008, 2:55pm

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Atom wrote:

0 0 0TheDirector0 0 0 wrote:

I need a free program that can help me quickly make a cool pro looking cover for my movie.
These words never, ever go together, sadly.
There we go, fixed. wink

Cheap, fast, pro.

You can never have all three of those - only two. It's the truth!
Posted: Fri, 11th Jul 2008, 8:37pm

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Thanks Snook360, GIMP worls really well. But I found a descent website that does just what I wanted. www.phixr.com

It's simple, free, and quick. It is not that good with grading and colors. And there isn't a big choice on text font, but it's still good and does the trick.
Posted: Fri, 11th Jul 2008, 8:40pm

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And just to let you guys know, when I said I need a free program that can help me make a cool pro looking cover for my movie.

I never said quickly.
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2008, 2:01am

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As I know Ben and Atom are interested, and maybe some others of you are.

I'm looking to make available a double disc set Project One and Skin Deep DVD set, just refreshing my head at the moment in the late nights after work with the Skin Deep making of assets.

Should be good. So yeah Atom, was worth the wait smile I'll also throw on a couple of test stuff and my production company stuff I've done.

Hmm, Might even make the Skin Deep disc Bluray...

*has a think
Posted: Mon, 12th Jul 2010, 4:20pm

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dude that was awesome!!! biggrin biggrin
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I had Project One ready to be here on fxhome but have had problems with YouTube. I've been trying to get them to approve my account to allow for videos over 10 mins to be posted... I'll wait to here back from them and hopefully I'll finally get Project One on FXHome followed by Skin Deep smile
Posted: Mon, 19th Jul 2010, 10:16pm

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dude, that was awesome!!!!!