(05-06-2016, 12:21 PM)Aiba Wrote: Ayy you made your first AMV congrats!
Music choice could have been better but it can work with scenes stringed together correctly.
I look forward for more AMVs from you, dropped a subscribe as well.
Thank you, I am constantly learning and I hope I could make good amvs soon.
(05-06-2016, 12:27 PM)Yoko Wrote: It's pretty good for your first, I've always liked the type though that change clips really quickly using cool transitions and stuff. Is that sony vegas, I want it again but too lazy too find a good download for it. :/
Thanks, the software I used is Filmora. It is very simple and with good interface. I love the software. It is free but there will be watermark on your videos, so if you don't mind using pirated stuff, I would recommend downloading from kat.cr
(05-06-2016, 12:30 PM)Tenshi Wrote: Not a fan how how small you made the actual anime footage, and the filter or whatever it was that you applied over it was eh, at best. I would recommend removing all talking pieces from the amv all together along with the subtitles unless you are trying to get a message across.
I'll link a couple of examples of what I mean
Yea I know I messed with that overlay, I am still a noob so I am using a simple software with pre-bundled stuff. At first I didn't use the filter but when I uploaded it there was a copyright claim so I removed and added that frame thing. I am constantly watching amvs to get inspired and learn from them. Also I wasn't able to find any good source for the anime without subs. There is no dub version so couldn't help but use them. Anyway thank you and I'll look at those videos :)