END films wrote:
I almost regret making an educational Christmas film instead of a comedy now.
Please don't, you taught me a new word. Now I can use it a lot and people will think I am smart. Yours was the second most useful holiday brickiflm ever made. Thank you.
I think the Incompetech music kinda killed it.
Yes. Yes it did. I honestly have to turn to him because I know nobody else. I recently became super-weird about copyrighted stuff, so I won't use that. To be honest, I searched Incompetech for hours trying to find good music.
I can never stress the need for improvement on the technical aspects of this film.
I completely agree. My small light flicker problem has spiraled into a big one, this video had an unusual amount of camera bumps, and in the parts I shot at the last minute look really cheap. I hope to improve a lot more in my THAC entry.
there were some instances of audio cutting out really weirdly.
I have been waiting for somebody to call me out on this since the Deadly Mission. I Have this problem a lot for some reason. I edit each shot directly after I shooting it so I don't forget which "mistake" frame to delete. I sometimes shoot shots out of order and separate each shot by a 5 second black screen. When I string it all together and delete the black screens, I guess some of the audio goes with it. I am going to have re-think my strategy.
Thank you all very much for taking the time to write your critiques and complements.
no more brickfilming *sad face*.