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kEVZliNGtoN

, Denmark
Joined: 7. Jun 2018
Posts: 3

Just got back into moviemaking

#1 - 7. Jun 2018 06:18
hey guys. I just got back into moviemaking after several years. I made a few shortclips and id like to hear some opinions :D i have a problem with the quality i know. It looks all good befrie i upload to YT (maybe a little help with that? - im using Premiere Pro)
anyways, heres my Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQfZs3wcrbIFQd3GrcBZsLg
anthony
Style-Productions

The Desert, United States of America
Joined: 9. Aug 2006
Posts: 3282
#2 - 7. Jun 2018 08:23
Hey dude!  Thanks for joining the community and posting in our forums.

It's a bit difficult to give you some solid advice as far as your work goes.  all your clips are super short, so it's hard to get a feel for if you understand flow, tempo, and pacing.  From what I saw though, you have a few things that you could work on. 

Your clips look overexposed and washed out.  Try to not lighten the clips too much with VFX.  Maintain the color depth while grading your clips the best you can.  Additionally, you seem to abuse velocity envelopes a lot.  Try not to use ultra speeds when fast forwarding just to maintain sync.  If you need to fast forward by a ridiculous amount, then the clip shouldn't be in that spot.  Lastly for the love of god... don't disable resampling.  It makes the clip look laggy and jittery.  Frame blending is a must if you want smoothness to your movie.  Please stop believing whatever hack is telling people otherwise.

Look forward to more from you!
Dec
HLAE

Karlstad, Sweden
Joined: 7. Oct 2006
Posts: 2679
#3 - 7. Jun 2018 08:45
The quality (and colours) looked quite good on the stavn 1V5 clip.

And what the American above me said.
 
kEVZliNGtoN

, Denmark
Joined: 7. Jun 2018
Posts: 3
#4 - 7. Jun 2018 09:36
anthony wrote:
Hey dude!  Thanks for joining the community and posting in our forums.

It's a bit difficult to give you some solid advice as far as your work goes.  all your clips are super short, so it's hard to get a feel for if you understand flow, tempo, and pacing.  From what I saw though, you have a few things that you could work on. 

Your clips look overexposed and washed out.  Try to not lighten the clips too much with VFX.  Maintain the color depth while grading your clips the best you can.  Additionally, you seem to abuse velocity envelopes a lot.  Try not to use ultra speeds when fast forwarding just to maintain sync.  If you need to fast forward by a ridiculous amount, then the clip shouldn't be in that spot.  Lastly for the love of god... don't disable resampling.  It makes the clip look laggy and jittery.  Frame blending is a must if you want smoothness to your movie.  Please stop believing whatever hack is telling people otherwise.

Look forward to more from you!

Thanks for your response. Very usefull. What to you mean with im disabling resampling?

Last changed: 7. June 2018 12:25
juggaknot
Airwalk Media

LOLville, Romania
Joined: 2. Oct 2007
Posts: 2763
#5 - 7. Jun 2018 10:42
looked at 3 clips, is that called music today ?

So glad i stopped at 1990.
anthony
Style-Productions

The Desert, United States of America
Joined: 9. Aug 2006
Posts: 3282
#6 - 7. Jun 2018 18:31
kEVZliNGtoN wrote:

anthony wrote:
Hey dude!  Thanks for joining the community and posting in our forums.

It's a bit difficult to give you some solid advice as far as your work goes.  all your clips are super short, so it's hard to get a feel for if you understand flow, tempo, and pacing.  From what I saw though, you have a few things that you could work on. 

Your clips look overexposed and washed out.  Try to not lighten the clips too much with VFX.  Maintain the color depth while grading your clips the best you can.  Additionally, you seem to abuse velocity envelopes a lot.  Try not to use ultra speeds when fast forwarding just to maintain sync.  If you need to fast forward by a ridiculous amount, then the clip shouldn't be in that spot.  Lastly for the love of god... don't disable resampling.  It makes the clip look laggy and jittery.  Frame blending is a must if you want smoothness to your movie.  Please stop believing whatever hack is telling people otherwise.

Look forward to more from you!

Thanks for your response. Very usefull. What to you mean with im disabling resampling


Resampling is frame blending/motion blur.  Since you don't know what that is, my other guess is that you chose a video rendering quality other than Best.  Go into your render settings and find that option.  What did you have it set at?

Last changed: 7. June 2018 18:33
Dec
HLAE

Karlstad, Sweden
Joined: 7. Oct 2006
Posts: 2679
#7 - 7. Jun 2018 18:52
If I recall, resampling is disabled by default in Adobe programs, at least in After Effects, maybe it's the same in Premiere Pro?
anthony
Style-Productions

The Desert, United States of America
Joined: 9. Aug 2006
Posts: 3282
#8 - 8. Jun 2018 00:32
that just doesnt seem right.
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