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Justin
Posted on: Feb 9 2009, 04:55 PM





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There are no real standarts for machinima. Personally, I prefer High Definition. As you can see from your resolution, it's perfect 1080p Full HD, so you can capture at full screen. Export, well... usually people don't have such big screens and have limited hardware, so you can try exporting what you got at a smaller non-full HD, 720p.
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Justin
Posted on: Jan 28 2009, 05:11 PM





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Many of us do. Just play around with the export settings, I bet the problem's hiding somewhere there.

P.S. Use same settings on import (resolution, apsect, framerate, colors, bits etc.) and export by the way.
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Justin
Posted on: Sep 6 2008, 09:34 PM





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nice for the start ;)
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Justin
Posted on: Sep 4 2008, 07:15 PM





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1) Apply approx. the same color changes or tint to all the layers in the picture (e.g. If it's winter zone, bright blue colors, if it's hotter, more red and orange). You just have to play with it.

2) Pre-Production is almost everything
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Justin
Posted on: Aug 24 2008, 08:20 AM





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For unzipping I prefer WinRar if that's the point. However you shall try to download that archive once again.
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Justin
Posted on: Jul 10 2008, 09:02 PM





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WCM isn't suc ha bitch :) Personally I don't usually have any problems with it, especially with the framerate. However some shots are much better made on a private server, and there are a huuge amount of tutorials on how to make them. Just lurk the google more in-depth.
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Justin
Posted on: Jul 3 2008, 10:29 PM





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No, your eyes do not deceive you and nothing's fake here. I'm glad to announce the new "-WTF!?" serie previewing the upcoming expansion. Please excuse me for poor audio design and video not being well-synced to it as well, time I had to fully produce this from the first idea to final result - 5 days. Well, what more should I say... Just sit back and enjoy the continent of Northrend in true HD.

Live:
Vimeo (HD 720p)
YouTube
Download:
FilePlanet (HD 720p)

This movie didn't make it to warcraftmovies.com, so I kindly ask you to spread the word of it all around. :)
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Justin
Posted on: Jul 2 2008, 06:49 AM





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Great machinima starts from an idea, techniques goes second. Check my latest machinima being released in few days, it's a an extreme short 4 day work fully in AE CS3 :)
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Justin
Posted on: Jul 1 2008, 06:53 PM





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Someone just as young as I am :) I don't really think that machinimas would impress any girl, just make up your mind... However,

Welcome! :)
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 26 2008, 05:56 PM





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This is about the soundtrack decision for upcoming "-WTF!?" serie. Please spare a moment of your life and make two clicks, answering a simple question at the top of dg-productions.blogspot.com. I really can't make a decision myself, so I'm asking for your help.

EDIT: Poll has been added here as well. Just imagine if you never seen Outland before, would you prefer watching it covered by it's original score or some custom music? That's the question :)
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 26 2008, 06:56 AM





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Impressive :) Looking forward to it
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 26 2008, 06:51 AM





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If you want to change video file resolution it'll be just pain in the arse, the whole process of re-rendering. It's a right decision to get the Pro version, cause Elements is too user-friendly that even I couldn't find in google where to change the input resolution in it :)) Don't waste your time on it
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 25 2008, 09:16 AM





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You won't find much result for this easy one. Try checking the resolution in footage properties (right click on that video file) and then, when creating new project in wmm or adobe set the same resolution or be sure that it isn't bigger than yours.
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 24 2008, 04:58 PM





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Actually, there is a Machinima for Dummies book for some while already. But I assume this pixelating is just because of some mismatch in fraps footage resolution and your adobe/wmm project resolutions.
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 24 2008, 04:56 PM





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QUOTE (digisamurai @ Jun 24 2008, 02:16 AM) *
Would you be able to send me the links of those films? Machinima.com is shut down for some reason. I'd like to check them out. And also, would you be a great Machinima animator?


Tales of the Past 3 by Martin Falch and Edge of Remorse by Riot Films. I can only help you out with some questions, cause I'm currently on m own project.
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 23 2008, 07:31 AM





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Good thing about it is cinematography, which is just outstanding for such 3D project. But the whole epicness... It's just a well-made Halo version of Star Warts, Matrix and Terminator. There's a much better story with also amazing scene composition in Tales of the Past 3 and Edge of Remorse.
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 20 2008, 01:52 PM





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I see you like creating new threats..
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 20 2008, 01:51 PM





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QUOTE (bearanimations @ Jun 20 2008, 03:28 AM) *
so ive been working on my new machinima for a little bit now (www.bearanimations.blogspot.com) and ive learned alot but it takes me forever to make a single scene. what i normally do is film all the characters and backrounds in a scene then go into after effects and put them all together and such. i was wondering how you guys are doing it. i wanna make my machinima good but i wanna make it a bit faster because it took me a long time to make this one. thanks guys!!


eerm... do you know how long does it take to produce a movie? We are the same people as you, we're from the same planet using same technology... so no, there's no faster way of doing it. Only brainstorm could help you to save some time in variety of scenes. If you know what do you want exactly to do and which effects to apply, the process goes much faster. This comes with time.
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 19 2008, 09:41 PM





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QUOTE (xskaterx07 @ Jun 19 2008, 06:21 PM) *
to mush: that article is out of date, i tried to download the programs but i get the newest version which is completely different
to... the 2nd guy that posted: yeah i know 4 min shouldnt be that long. I editied wont sony vegas but a trail version. IF i edited with windows movie editoer would it be better? lol


Firstly, I have name - Justin. :) Secondly, get rid of the trial version no matter how (even if it's pirating). With it, you won't get too far. And finally Vegas has nice export opportunities with XviD codec, there are plenty of tutorials on YouTube.
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 19 2008, 07:50 AM





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lol, 4 minutes shouldn't be bigger than 100mb
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Justin
Posted on: Jun 15 2008, 10:16 AM





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nothing is free nowadays
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Justin
Posted on: May 30 2008, 03:01 PM





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QUOTE (JJD @ May 30 2008, 05:50 PM) *
hi,

You may know the program: American Hot Rod...? If there is someone talking you get that green thing in the bottom of the screen... now my question is how do you create something like that?
greetz JJD


maybe sketch or youtube link?
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Justin
Posted on: May 27 2008, 05:09 PM





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QUOTE (Delanish @ May 27 2008, 04:47 AM) *
Questions? What a good video editing for Mac.

Where do the video files go in wow! (It's built in)


Didn't actually got any. My advice is lurk through forums.
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Justin
Posted on: May 27 2008, 05:08 PM





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QUOTE (Delanish @ May 27 2008, 01:02 AM) *
Hello the Names Delanish

I have a Windows Desktop and a Mac labtop, I want to start making some movies but not exactly sure where to start.
I got some ideas, i seen Ian Beckman Wow movie maker Tutorial.
I'm curious on what programs i need and how to use some of them.
both mac and windows, i found mac has a built in recording program for wow...so set there ;)

I think if i seen one a bit done from start to finish i can get it going :D, i can use Maya i can do this :D


You don't even need Maya actually. Directing a movie starts from an idea, not even related to WoW gaming at all.
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Justin
Posted on: May 27 2008, 05:06 PM





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Varian Wrynn, from my side, will have to rise faster :)
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