This was a video I produced for my Intro to video class at UT Dallas.
11 min to shoot by myself, and about 10x that for editing...
ATEC 3300 is a Digital Video Production class at the University of Texas at Dallas.
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Adobe Premiere CS4
Adobe After Effects CS4 (Rotoscope & stabilization)
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 (Mic on camera is bad)
Adobe Photoshop CS4
Original storyboard was drawn for an alcoholic metal guitarist, I conformed this edit to my class assignment, which was to shoot
a little tidbit on a daily routine...so I roto'd out (quick and dirty, easy to see) a bottle of alcohol in a few shots.
I usually shoot HDV, edit in an HDV timeline, then export in 720P for most of my work. However, this time I shot in HDV, but I
decided to edit in 720P, so I could reframe my shots. I think it worked well, I also used the Image Stabilizer in After Effects
for the shot where I am turning the knobs on the amp..The extra room, HDV in a 720P workspace, really saved my butt because the
shot was so shaky...I also have Cross Dissolve-itis, so I made it a point this video not to use it (although I am using some
fade-ins and outs.)
Edit: ARG, I just notice I did use a Cross Dissolve, sheesh! :)