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My first short film!  

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Mistery1307
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19/04/2019 2:21 am  

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David Blaker
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22/04/2019 8:14 am  

Looks like it was a fun project!  😀 


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Fred The Fantastical
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22/04/2019 3:36 pm  

you made that on your first try!?! Awesome! (you should see mine, it was bad. I basically ran around.)


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Mistery1307
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23/04/2019 2:05 am  

Well, thanks! I was also expecting constructive criticism, btw this was made with Hitfilm Express.

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Fred The Fantastical
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23/04/2019 1:52 pm  

Constructive Criticism eh?

Ok.

The lightsaber fight was bad and lacked speed and energy:( and the footage was shaky, I would try stabilizing it, You can do that in DaVinci resolve and HitFilm.

Also, try looking in to Nuke non-commercial I do not know much about it thou but I think you can upload the projects to youtube.

https://www.foundry.com/products/nuke/non-commercial

And that's it. 

 

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Mistery1307
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24/04/2019 1:54 am  

@fred-the-fantastical The lightsaber fight was the only one filmed on a surface, it's the effects that are glitchy, for the rest, yes it was handheld. Hitfilm does have a stabilize but I think I'm happy with the footage, I literally used that tutorial on choreographing fight, however, it had to be slow, as we had to remind ourselves what we had planned(In hindsight, I could've sped up the footage...). This was literally shot in one day and edited in 3 which is why the end fight's effects looked very glitchy. I'd also rather stick to layer based compositing, not node-based, I also want to stick to Hitfilm just because of how much they're doing for new VFX creators, and I want to be sort of brand-loyal. Thanks for highlithing that!

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