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heat wave - a tftv community frag video
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#1
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https://youtu.be/VAT3MbH8COI

it's not perfect by any means but I learned a lot and I had fun making it. any feedback is appreciated :)

thanks to panther, beater, sail, dave2, starb, rockz and shears for various things
+ thank you everyone who sent in demos u guys own

[youtube]https://youtu.be/VAT3MbH8COI[/youtube]

it's not perfect by any means but I learned a lot and I had fun making it. any feedback is appreciated :)

thanks to panther, beater, sail, dave2, starb, rockz and shears for various things
+ thank you everyone who sent in demos u guys own
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#2
10 Frags +

hey this is epic, sorry i missed the democall! great job brother

hey this is epic, sorry i missed the democall! great job brother
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#3
1 Frags +

:)

:)
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#4
0 Frags +

the first shot and the music sync... so good

the first shot and the music sync... so good
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#5
3 Frags +

you had great frags and high production quality, thoroughly enjoyed it!

If you want to keep learning and making more videos, my personal recommendation would be to experiment with different Field of View settings for your smooths/cines and with figuring out how to make transitions between clips feel more smooth and natural

you had great frags and high production quality, thoroughly enjoyed it!

If you want to keep learning and making more videos, my personal recommendation would be to experiment with different Field of View settings for your smooths/cines and with figuring out how to make transitions between clips feel more smooth and natural
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#6
2 Frags +

nutty editing

nutty editing
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#7
3 Frags +

well it is above 27 degrees celsius where i live so it is definitely really hot

well it is above 27 degrees celsius where i live so it is definitely really hot
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#8
3 Frags +
Shearsyou had great frags and high production quality, thoroughly enjoyed it!

If you want to keep learning and making more videos, my personal recommendation would be to experiment with different Field of View settings for your smooths/cines and with figuring out how to make transitions between clips feel more smooth and natural

+1 for this, you should look into greenscreening viewmodels and try to think about movement in your smooths and how it follows up onto the next clip

[quote=Shears]you had great frags and high production quality, thoroughly enjoyed it!

If you want to keep learning and making more videos, my personal recommendation would be to experiment with different Field of View settings for your smooths/cines and with figuring out how to make transitions between clips feel more smooth and natural[/quote]
+1 for this, you should look into greenscreening viewmodels and try to think about movement in your smooths and how it follows up onto the next clip
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#9
1 Frags +

sick edit

sick edit
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#10
3 Frags +

First clip had my jaw dropping

First clip had my jaw dropping
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#11
1 Frags +

definitely a great first edit but some little things are maybe try messing with speedups/slowdowns, I noticed the smooths were usually just the same slowmo speed but people like nick will usually have it start slow and then speed up, just to emphasize the part that's slowed down and then bring you back to the regular speed

definitely a great first edit but some little things are maybe try messing with speedups/slowdowns, I noticed the smooths were usually just the same slowmo speed but people like nick will usually have it start slow and then speed up, just to emphasize the part that's slowed down and then bring you back to the regular speed
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#12
1 Frags +

holy shit this is fucking amazing, please do more!

holy shit this is fucking amazing, please do more!
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