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    #61
    The movie is coming along well! Getting a few more of the bigger shots done in the coming weeks, then off to the editor! (AKA, me) :P

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      #62
      Pleased to report that 90% of the shooting is done on this film!

      Boy have I learned a LOT, even since last year. I've had a blast, my crew has had a blast, and before long we will have more tangible assets to show for it!

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        #63
        That all sounds really great for everyone involved! Will you be posting a link here or....?

        cheers...Tye
        Fingerprints very valuable if ...Detective can catch owner of fingers...

        C. Chan

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          #64
          Originally posted by Tye View Post
          That all sounds really great for everyone involved! Will you be posting a link here or....?

          cheers...Tye
          Yep! Once I've got her finished it'll be a YouTube premiere after the physical premiere. I don't know anything about putting feature length films on YouTube, so if anyone has any experience I'd love some pointers.

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            #65
            I uploadedd a feature length documentary for preview on Vimeo for PBS affiliate preview (I prefer Vimeo for a lot of reasons). I used Compressor (Apple) at the low/medium setting and it looks great - in fact I can't believe how good it looks after being crunched that badly.

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              #66
              Originally posted by Mac View Post
              I uploadedd a feature length documentary for preview on Vimeo for PBS affiliate preview (I prefer Vimeo for a lot of reasons). I used Compressor (Apple) at the low/medium setting and it looks great - in fact I can't believe how good it looks after being crunched that badly.
              That's good news.
              I've been pretty impressed with how not-horrible my AVCHD footage is turning out.

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                #67
                Premiered this feature film on the 14th, by the way. Audience laughed a ton.

                It's a huge mess, hence the time-lapse in posting this, but what a ride! I got exactly what I wanted out of it, and it was great fun.

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                  #68
                  Hell yeah! Way to go.

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                    #69
                    Originally posted by little bobby View Post
                    Hell yeah! Way to go.
                    Thanks!

                    This thread is a testament to how helpful DVXUser can be, as I took every piece of advice herein. While I still made mistakes I knew not to, I accomplished the mission at very little financial cost... Super stoked.

                    Thanks to everyone who gave advice!

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                      #70
                      This is great! It's what dvxuser used to have more of. Thanks for sharing about your project you got help about here

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                        #71
                        One more (likely final) note to anyone who reads through this thread:

                        If you are planning on making a film (I assume you are if you're reading this), be realistic and make a film that you *know* you can finish.

                        A *bad* finished project has done more for my career than a million wonderful ideas that never panned out. We learn the best from failing, yes, but you have to complete it to know if it failed or not!

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