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  1. Thread: Gini Rig

    by Bischofftep
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    Love my Gini rig! I took it to a friend who has a...

    Love my Gini rig! I took it to a friend who has a drill press and had him add a bunch of threaded holes all over the stuff to attach things to (monitors, etc).

    Only complaint right now is that if...
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    Great post... thank you for the information!

    Great post... thank you for the information!
  3. Outstanding. Talk about a buried menu item......

    Outstanding. Talk about a buried menu item... thank you!
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    Fantastic work! Particularly liked the tracking...

    Fantastic work! Particularly liked the tracking of the aircraft in flight.

    Great color work, too... though the vignetting becomes more noticeable after a few sky shots.

    Sweet!
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    Ah, well

    It wouldn't bother me except that there's been no attempt to contact me, and no response to any of my questions about it. Were we omitted because we weren't in the top 50? Were we omitted because of...
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    Well... just viewed the website showing the...

    Well... just viewed the website showing the sample menus, and discovered to my dismay that our film "Road to Hell" didn't make it.

    Jarred, I don't recall getting any messages from you describing...
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    Sticky: Thanks again for running this, folks! I know it...

    Thanks again for running this, folks! I know it takes a lot of effort.

    Congrats to the winners!
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    Heh

    This, of course, assumes you'll make it two more years with comments like that...

    "Youth and vigor are no match for old age and treachery."

    :evil:
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    Well...

    Well.... some of us seemed to turn out okay...

    Of course, that was before Wizards of the Coast made a fortune off some cheap Belgian playing cards. :thumbsup:
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    I liked the premise here a lot. The acting was...

    I liked the premise here a lot. The acting was sometimes a bit forced, but at other times it was spot on: inconsistent, I suppose.

    Cinematography was very good, but the lighting (always tough to...
  11. Sticky: Everybody's supposed to make their own thread:...

    Everybody's supposed to make their own thread: Jared didn't make them.
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    This was an excellent film all the way around. ...

    This was an excellent film all the way around.

    As a musician the score immediately jumped out at me (pun intended) and fit the piece very well. Sound design was evident here, and appreciated. A...
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    Heya! This one was a bit confusing for me....

    Heya!

    This one was a bit confusing for me. Like others, I found the beginning to be an excellent hook, albeit a tad on the dark side to make out details. (As an aside: why the tiny size? Perhaps...
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    XCheck: I think the strong point of this piece...

    XCheck:

    I think the strong point of this piece is in the initial hook of it: the story begs to be continued so that we can understand what "and that is why she couldn't help Sergio" actually...
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    Hola! Adding my vote to the pile for...

    Hola!

    Adding my vote to the pile for "outstanding work" here. This is an excellent example of what the DVX100 can do in capable hands. Things that I liked particularly: Lighting & Coloring - The...
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    KHMuse: I'll echo the comments praising the...

    KHMuse:

    I'll echo the comments praising the script. I liked it, and though the dialog at the very start was a tad stilted that might've been inexperienced actors rather than a script fault.

    I...
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    Nit Pick

    Clarification: AVI is not a codec, it's just a wrapper like QuickTime. The codec is the encoder itself, like DivX, H.264, Sorenson, etc.

    While we CAN output AVIs, you're right that it's a bit of a...
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    Wow, thank you everyone for your comments! ...

    Wow, thank you everyone for your comments!

    dj200423 - Our lighting technique definitely improved with each shoot: the whole thing was shot over 3 nights on very different weekends, from 9pm to...
  19. Thread: Rules

    by Bischofftep
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    Rules

    Hey, all:

    Was any consideration given by the folks in charge to films which did not adhere to the rules? Specifically I know of one film that blew by the 35Mb mark, and at least one that's over 6...
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    Hey ZombieSquid: Nice work! Overall the camera...

    Hey ZombieSquid:

    Nice work! Overall the camera work was pretty good, and the story is interesting enough to keep pace with the length.

    I did note some issues with sound quality, and...
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    The Road to Hell

    Greetings, all!

    From all accounts it seems that this picture is the odd man out: when "Zombiefest" was originally proposed it went by a different name, "the Undead contest." After clarifying what...
  22. Ew

    Trust me: I don't *WANT* to send an AVI, but that's what the original rules required.

    I'd much prefer to send a QuickTime MOV pre-encoded MPEG2 with AC3 audio tracks all lined up (5.1 surround,...
  23. Barry: Can we get some firm info on how you...

    Barry:

    Can we get some firm info on how you want this submitted? There was talk of AC3 files (enabling those of us who mixed in 5.1 surround to keep that) and of course if there's audio commentary...
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    Drama need not apply?

    Does this mean that only comic pieces are of interest? Or is it just that comedy pieces are far easier to make?

    Just curious, or did I misunderstand the use of "set up and punchline" here?
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    Dingo the Australian Cattle Doggy! ...

    Dingo the Australian Cattle Doggy!

    http://www.ceridwenproductions.com/Files/DingoDog.JPG

    (Featured in Ceridwen Productions' short film contest entry "Waffles"!)
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