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    Watch my 10 minute horror flick - link to avi

    Hey thought it would be fun to post this link.
    It's a film I made last year with a couple friends.
    Some dudes asked if I wanted to make a film, I said yeah sure.
    So they lent me some cameras for a weekend and we made this.
    comments welcome.

    www.vomisa.com/cph.avi

    abouts 20megs


    started planning for a 30 minute film but the budget will be about 10k
    so I'm still saving.


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    You got a great film look out of that! But did you forget to deinterlace the footage?
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    hehe. thats some funny charlie chaplin acting. not very scary thou.
    great camera footage and angels. and the lights was pretty good.
    was it early in the morning? man making movies is fun.
    by the look of the cameras and angles and the scenery you could probly do a much scarier movie. the inside parking security camera was great. how did you do that?

    i also made a horror flick but with the game the movies . you should try that game if you havent hehe.
    http://media.putfile.com/The-Ghoul

    hope you make more. sorry for the link but its a fun game and not so expensive if you want to try out ideas and stuff .
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    very good music, great over-the-top-acting. i like it. what equipment did you use?

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    Timpaatkins:

    The footage whent through so many formats I can't remember what it ended up as. The final DVD version turned out to be about 1 tenth of the origional quality, which pissed me off. this avi took about 20 renders to get it small enough and still watchable. We used Digibeta cams, the film look was quite an easy thing to do, the lighting was all natural.

    Mort:
    We shot over two weekends. sunday nights into monday mornings. would start with a beer at the pub then shoot through the night, the crew were taking energy pills, I didn't need any. The lighting was like that all by itself. When we found the level with the broken light it was perfect.
    The security cam footage was done by putting a tripod ontop of a car. then I just messed with the footage. I got a couple more little flicks, just home made stuff. real amiture, but still cool. will try post em soon.
    I'll check your flick out soon as I can find a computer with a faster connection than 30k, he he he my connection was cool 10 years ago.

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    Hanuka.

    The music was composed specially for the flick by Jessica Wells. a very talented and cool lass. we used Sony Digibeta.
    For my next one I get to use the panasonic HD, booyah!

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    Cool flick. Ya owe me a new pair of britches.

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    Yea, thats a biatch trying to experiment with renderings! What I meant with the interlacing is that everytime you have something moving or a moving shot it gets divided into long rectangles. This happens when you havent deitnerlaced, because the footage when digital is composed of two frames blending to give the look of one. Correct me if Im wrong please!
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    Timpaatkins

    it was shot in 24fps progressive, for film affect. Lots of different renders happened, my friend actually did this render, so it's possible it was converted or something.

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    Good job, i certainly enjoyed it. =)
    My compliments to the team.

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