Starwars Sith Formers at School
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 9:29am
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|This is A fight at school... it is my first project so don't say it's poopie!|Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 9:55am
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I am the maker of this movie... I am going to upload a better version soon, one with light saber sounds so please watch it and see wat u think of it... also if you wish, vote it
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 11:44am
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Nicely done saber fx. Can't wait to see it with sound.
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 12:02pm
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why, thank you for your compliment midnightjester. I will be updating this movie soon. and please see my adverts for my other movies that I am going to make soon atwww.geocities.com/pauls_movie_adverts
please sign my guest book too.
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 2:28pm
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Well if you want to know what I used for my light sabers... they are papar rolls... It is amazing what you can find and use for films such as what I did. well yes before you even edit your movie it looks like its just messing around, but when you put the effects on and save them... you can see your project, and become happy with it. As I said... paper rolls are good for light sabers. . . .
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Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 5:26pm
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8.8 megs for 23 seconds? HOLY COW! you might want to try compressing your internet video files. . . .
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 5:36pm
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I suggest that as well. I managed to squeeze a 50 second clip that's 720x480 into something like 5mb.
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 5:47pm
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I am trying my best here ppl... It is my first time... be nice please... and I no u r trying to help me out here... but plz...
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 8:55pm
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Yeah some people are new to the whole compression thing...cut him some slack.
Nice film btw, keep it up.
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 9:24pm
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8.8 mb for 23 seconds is a helluva lot better than greybro's 8 megabytes for 9 seconds - -
Actually I think that's the worst compression on the site - a record - hurray for you, greybro!
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 9:32pm
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use low quality divx
high quality divx with AC3 coding can store upto 2 hours with only 1GB.
Posted: Thu, 1st May 2003, 10:41pm
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Yup, nice tweening in general; looking forward to something more substantial in the future
Posted: Sat, 3rd May 2003, 9:45pm
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The sabre effects were ok except one point where the sabre bent at a different angle than the handle. There were some other problems though the light sabre should go off when dropped and if it didn't why the did it not burn the floor and any other object it touches, also the one guy was smiling the whole time that always bothers me.
Posted: Sun, 4th May 2003, 10:13am
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Just saying.. but I used paper rolls to fight with... my mate hit my paper roll too hard causing it to bend! I no that the saber never turned off... it also does that on Art of the Saber (they dont turn off). I noticed that one on one of the scenes there is A foot tapping on the floor underneath the seat... but once you get the full glimpse of the seat, there is nobody there.... The guy smiling was someone in the background. Anyway, I am making another movie soon.
Posted: Thu, 8th May 2003, 7:30am
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I have now submitted the same movie but now it has sound effects on it so look out for sith formers at school (with sound)