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vegaspro64

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Hello everyone,

 

I just finished my first ever cinematic video using Film Workshop and Adobe. It definitely is not perfect but I think I spent enough time for this to be pretty good.. Well it shouldn't matter how long you spend time on something as long as you're enjoying it! There will defintely be more content coming in the future and by then I should know how to use the Film Workshop ENB! :happy:

 

Also I just wanna say that Youtube's compression SERIOUSLY does not do it justice. it make's me wonder how people like LinusTechTips are able to upload such High Quality content with the slightest compression artifacts.


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outstanding stuff!

this is nearing nuka-break level awesome.

or red-v-blue machinima awesome hehe.

I always wondered what machinima set to Richard Cheese and his band's covers of various songs might look like,

and this is a step in that direction hehe.

 

I can also see how folks managed to green-screen themselves and 'down-res' to that.

 

 

thanks for sharing.



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Thank you, I'm flattered!

 

I actually have not watched any Nuka-Break before this so I really wasn't trying to capture that kind of essence, but I have NOIT commited the cardinal sin of not watching Machinima back in the day.

Hmmm.. maybe I should some of Richard Cheese's music in my production. But in a real sense I would probably just compose my own music for the really serious videos that I might make since I can do that. In this instance I decided to use some classic Mark Morgan because it's awesome and I wouldn't get a copyright strike since Beth owns it. Usually you ca find these tracks for free and fair use anyway since Interplay sort of owns them but then went out of business.





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