sorry, what exactly are you talking about? the gamesounds ruining the song? or the quality of the song?
I made a movie in 720p once (and I'd like all my movies to be in that resolution) but I had a few things going wrong back then.. briefly, when rendering the uncompressed video file the program kept crashing so I had to cut it into pieces which was a lot of work.. but I might try to find a better solution for my next one
yep that transition didn't quite work out, I noticed it after rendering the movie.. it's probably because those clips are way too short (0.11 seconds per clip) .. I tried to 'fix' it by that white fade, being aware that it's still no good solution
I tried to focus on synchronizing certain moves this time (like contact, impacts, drifts, headturns etc), instead of synchronizing the transitions between different clips. so it seems this didn't work out too great either
about synchronizing the pace of action with the song: I know I could have done better there
and you'll probably still be waiting in a few years
I won't exclude that I'll ever try out advanced editing software and effects but at the moment I don't see a need, nor do I have much time. I'm keeping my videos simple, what I want to show is pure lfs racing action and not what you can do with good editing software.. watching one of those hollywood-like lfs videos that took months of hard work sure is entertaining for me, but those won't ever beat kraniwani's simple movies like 'why I play' or 'door to door' on my toplist, just to give you some examples.. it's a matter of taste I guess
phew, long post .. but constructive criticism deserves some attention, it's important to know where you can improve, so thanks again!
The Videos of Jens are special. I like that kind of nonediting, It looks great.
Jens, it would be cool if you would use cloudy/sunset weather if you not use mpr's which are mostly on clean weather. Lynce made epic reflections for those, they're look very good on videos. That's why I used sunset at my Openwheel-Video when the cars were presented.
it's interesting to see how people like clips about which I thought "ok this is looks nice, but nothing breathtaking" when deciding whether or not a clip makes it into my movie.. sometimes I find youtube comments (or so) on clips that I almost hadn't used because I wondered if they were special enough
yea I agree, it takes a while to find a crowded server with serious racers, but once you find one, I think you can still have lots of good races! ~90% of my mprs used are less than half a year old, btw