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#47 ESEA S24 GF: froyotech vs. EVL Gaming in Matches

Buglio clip

https://clips.twitch.tv/AbstruseMistyLarkKreygasm

posted about 2 years ago
#49 Gamer's Assembly 2017 viewer's guide in News

If you don't end up doing it I'd be down to make one myself but I have to finish my semester first so it would be at least a month before I get started.

GeroShearsI need to finish my last fragmovie.

But I guess I want to try something for this one...
posted about 2 years ago
#47 Gamer's Assembly 2017 viewer's guide in News

Anyone planning on making a frag movie for this LAN?

posted about 2 years ago
#30 favorite racing games in Off Topic
Twiggy motherfucking nascar racing 2003 fefor Nascar Racing 2003

holy fuck other people played this? :D

I have yet to find another NASCAR game whose crashes feel organic instead of like shitty quicktime events

posted about 2 years ago
#9 favorite racing games in Off Topic

GRiD 1 and DiRT 1 were the best in their respective series IMO

posted about 2 years ago
#19 ESEA S24 UR2: froyotech vs. EVL Gaming in Matches
knsumeMods pls rename match to TF2 Community vs. Shade's Liver thanks

the only match that is still happening tonight

posted about 2 years ago
#7 memories - tf2 fragmovie in Videos

-Honestly thought the smooths were SFM at first, very nice attention to color and use of selective focus to achieve that look.

-Godly production quality.

-Godly frags

-I love the subtle effects like the little blur at 0:37 that help me realize "oh shit he hit the demo"

-A couple nitpicks:

1. To me, something seems a bit off about the timing and rhythm of everything, like you tried to jam a few too many frags into too short a time span. Maybe this is partially due working with this particular song but some of the choices of timing here are kinda weird IMO (you put the first drop of the song on a sticky trap kill? You make it work but that was a strange moment).

2. Maybe I'm dumb but it took me several watches to even notice that he kills two players with the last sticky at 1:02

posted about 2 years ago
#17 ESEA S24 UR1: Six Apes vs. EVL Gaming in Matches

MISSION TO MARS https://clips.twitch.tv/SuaveTastyTireSwiftRage

posted about 2 years ago
#20 Made a Fragvideo - thougts/tips? in Videos

-I disagree with others on this thread saying it's "overedited" - I think that's not the right word for it, I think what people are reacting to is that a lot of your editing choices hurt the video by confusing or jarring the viewer. There's a pretty simple fix to this, which is: while you're editing, keep playing back what you've done and try to view it objectively. If your editing choices seem poor or jarring to yourself, they will be poor and jarring to the viewer, and you should try something different. This is what yerb means by "self-review."

-If you have to use clips where you miss a lot or are just running around doing nothing for a bit, use cuts (or other transitions?) to eliminate that dead time between frags. You seem to understand this concept but you only use it in some parts of the video for whatever reason.

-I honestly really liked 0:57 - 1:02, this is really great. The sniper frag was great, the kill happens as the beat drops, and the transition to the next clip was solid because you made the framing of the thirdperson shots of the sniper and scout similar enough that it wasn't jarring.

-Overall, hold yourself to a high standard of quality and spend more time thinking about how to use editing to guide the viewer's attention. It's great that you sync editing choices to the music but you need to understand when a choice is jarring or unpleasant to the viewer and then change it. Your video description says you only spent 7 hours making this, and it shows. You're not going to be a perfect editor instantly, but spending more time on projects will help.

posted about 2 years ago
#5170 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

Reuploads of the frag movies I made with my old alias/channel.

Arranged in order of production quality (top to bottom):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjpQX1P_p3s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ROPacVKGuQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_JuqDMkndM

posted about 3 years ago
#29 The Road to Invite: A TF2 Visual Novel in Projects

Is this an alternate universe approach to the events in this video, featuring Krusher99?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-p5V4nQU5k

posted about 3 years ago
#5140 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

@Sineti I do kinda the same thing as you're suggesting - I just set graphics to max and borrow the killnotice only hud from lawena's files without actually launching the program. As letto says, you may not get maximum quality that way (depending on your PC/config setup), but it is faster.

posted about 3 years ago
#4 Steady camera pan with Lawena? in Q/A Help
CitroMaindtry this
http://www.teamfortress.tv/37771/hlae-smoothing-script

This is the answer you're looking for ^^^

HLAE is not only higher quality than the ingame smoothing tool, it's also faster and easier. You can't go wrong with this.

posted about 3 years ago
#5 Frag Clip - Highlights from 7 v aF (ETF2L S26 UBF) in Videos
z3tashorasPretty good. Maybe except for that zoom-in on the sniper, should be a better way to do that.
smooth stvs w/ hlae which it looks like you did later in the vid

Are you talking about the shot where the camera is moving straight backward away from the sniper? I know there's some way to do a "zoom" effect where the FOV changes fluidly within the smooth but I felt lazy so I just did it in post. It is indeed a bit pixel-y at the beginning of that shot, is that what you're reacting to?

pyxelizethat was so fucking sick

honestly way better than what i made, i really enjoyed it

you're a very talented editor

Tysm pyxelize! <3

Also, lots of respect for you for working with TFTV and consistently pumping out highlights, you're really good at using music to accentuate frags and I really enjoy it in your videos.

posted about 3 years ago
#1 Frag Clip - Highlights from 7 v aF (ETF2L S26 UBF) in Videos

I was inspired by TFTV's match highlight videos to edit together one of my own. I had a lot of fun making this -- I know there's an official clip for this match already but I couldn't resist. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/oWVLB2dPeGw

Shoutouts to Deer and pyxelize for pointing me towards a couple plugins that were critical for making this video (hlae and CastingEssentials).

Also, cp_reckoner is a goddamn gorgeous map.

posted about 3 years ago
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