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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Chef, Dec 24, 2006.
Merry Christmas Stunters
i agree..short clip though.. if you wants to make a clip, i can mix a few tracks.
Yeah i do want to make some clips.
I'm in the process of making one now with footage i pilfered off the web.
I've set it to an old AC/DC song.
I'll probably post it when i'm done, until i get copywrite complaints and have to pull it down again.
It would be good to have some original footage and music to make something someone else can pilfer
But finding stunters who are up for it is a bit difficult. They don't bob up very often.
I'm running a G4 Mac. It's ok, if i had more grunt i could play with final cut pro.
Maybe for Christmas.
Shoot me a PM if you want a chat
if you want stunt material to edit, we could arrange something via pm
I think the music was quite appropriate for the stunt video. As much as we all love accadacca, and i'm a fan of alt/rock music (only)... i've still never liked stunt videos with rock songs.
Ive seen that one before. Love that bike that goes up in flames.
Always a hoot to find some new footage, even if it was short and sweet.
But bike clips are a lot like pornos, after a while they start to look the same.
Just a bunch of guys doing the same things with a dodgy sound track over the top.
I'm not actually that much of a fan of AC/DC, but i found one of their songs is perfect to make a film clip to.
That would be the perfect combo for me, a band who's music i liked, using bikes in their film clip.
So i just make up my own till the day it happens.
I think it started for me back when i began watching Superbikes with mates who rode.
Channel 10 use to start the telecast with Robbie Williams - Let me entertain you.
With the kwaka that flips and explodes while Julian commentates over the top.
That was the catalyst that got me my licence. Not because i wanted to flip and explode, but because it was a bloody exciting way to start a telecast.