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roughyed

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #45 on: 10:04:17, 24/06/19 »
To get better I think I need some consistency (i.e. film more and edit more).  The good news is, I don't think I'm getting worse!

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Ronin83

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #46 on: 09:41:16, 25/06/19 »

bricam2096

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #47 on: 13:14:24, 25/06/19 »
I wonder what happened to the original poster who suggested the thread but didnít post hid own  :D
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Ronin83

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #48 on: 15:52:04, 25/06/19 »
Roughyed, no music is so weird. Maybe that could become your niche though. I remember some Japanese films I used to watch by Takeshi Kitano. I realised what made them so strange was that they had no music. We are so used to music playing a big part in film, especially for creating atmosphere/feelings. Without it you decide for yourself what you feel.

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #49 on: 16:08:12, 25/06/19 »
Personally I like no music. It seems to invade every corner of our lives,  and to those of us whose hearing isn't  too great , it just doesn't help being in the background permanently  drowning other more important messages. By the way I am a musician (hence the hearing problems) so appreciate music in the right place at the correct time.
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roughyed

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #50 on: 19:46:16, 25/06/19 »
I do use music sometimes, but I also like the natural noises (the sea, skylarks).  I'm not sure I get the balance right to be honest. 

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #51 on: 19:49:43, 25/06/19 »
I've got 2 more recently added


https://youtu.be/Km-d5CwNPP4


https://youtu.be/ahJEIvNgd2s


I'll be picking up some Spanish phrases  :)


Great to see you showing the area to the visiting family. 


roughyed

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #52 on: 09:47:02, 01/07/19 »
I have given a bit of music a go!  Now all I need to do is not sound quite as monotone!

https://youtu.be/phvDlRZg2Co

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #53 on: 10:55:13, 01/07/19 »
I have given a bit of music a go!  Now all I need to do is not sound quite as monotone!

https://youtu.be/phvDlRZg2Co
I liked the music with it. Well done on your videos.
 I have been putting music with my video slide shows for some time but as they are home shows and the music is off discs and tapes, copyright stuff I can't put them out for all to see. Finding suitable sound tracks, for open source, seems to be a bit of a problem. I prefer not use soundtrack with singing as they never seem quite right and I don't seem to have the patience to listen to endless soundtracks trying to find something.
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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #54 on: 11:51:26, 01/07/19 »
YouTube has a very extensive library of royalty free music available for use on videos. The library has a number of filters to make searching for something suitable easier

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #55 on: 14:41:46, 01/07/19 »
Thanks andybr, tried it some weeks ago and could make no sense of it. I was downloading and not getting any sound, just tried it and works perfect. My PC has been doing some very strange things recently, I think it is tied up with the Windows 10; May update, it's a nightmare. :tickedoff:
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roughyed

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #56 on: 09:35:32, 08/07/19 »
It's a Monday, so new video day!

https://youtu.be/gg6iGszWzQI

Bit longer than my others, but a great day along the SWCP. 

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #57 on: 18:57:37, 08/07/19 »
Lovely video roughyed.  It's a pity it's tucked away in this topic (started by maggot when he was trolling the forum).  It would fare better in the regional boards as a trip report  O0


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roughyed

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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #58 on: 20:36:00, 08/07/19 »
Lovely video roughyed.  It's a pity it's tucked away in this topic (started by maggot when he was trolling the forum).  It would fare better in the regional boards as a trip report  O0


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Re: Video making challenge
« Reply #59 on: 18:44:55, 15/07/19 »
I put this on the forum as a separate TR in the rest of UK section, so not sure if it needs to be here too.  As always looking for constructive feedback!  It was a quick edit as I was in a rush, but it came out OK.  I think I can now knock out a fairly decent walking vlog consistently.  Getting views seems to be tough though?  Some channels seem to do well off some fairly average stuff, is it just a case of plodding on?

https://youtu.be/STNYj4ME7AA