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kingofbladeslv wrote:Well, it was certainly an improvement from your first one, as there was actual dialogue to it.
The sound is recorded at home on a cheap($10) microphone plugged in to my computer. Then using Magix Music Maker 11, I edit the 'empty room' and use noise filters to clean it up.(still learning how to make good sound quality) All voices and sound fx go through this process. So yeah, it's definately not as clear or as beautiful as I want it to be. But with a handful of actors and lots of acting parts, I need to add some bass and other effects so it doesn't appear to be that everyone has the same voice.
kingofbladeslv wrote:However, the dialogue was a bit mediocre; it sounds like it's in a wind tunnel. But, that's because of your camcorder, which is something that you cannot currently fix.
The 'kid', is actually my 30 year old wife...lol...everyone thinks she is a kid in this movie. And some, mistake my son, who is in the earlier shots, for her..lol... maybe because their robes are the same color..<shrug>
kingofbladeslv wrote:The only complaint that I have about this trailer is that the saber trails were again too long (when the kid runs toward the Dark Jedi... or Sith Lord). You should really consider undoing that in the final product.
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CyberLeech205 wrote:The 'kid', is actually my 30 year old wife...
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Na man....It's cool. I was just making a statement in general.
I really appologize about making that mistake.
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Movie maker 2 wrote:pretty cool
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Thank you for your time.
drspin98 wrote:The saber sounds were great! The fight choreography was better than I expected. I would have liked to see a "hand-held" camera after she is sitting in bed having just awoken from her dream.
Overall a bit confusing-but OK.