1. W15 Music Video Speed:Sync Demo

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    from UOregon Cinema Studies Program / Added

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    This year's speed and lip sync exercise from CINE 425: Making Music Video. This is an exercise to learn how to achieve lip sync at various frame rates to give you the slow motion lip sync and the fast motion lip sync (similar to the 1990s Hype Williams videos with Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliot). This videos features several students and the instructor, me (Andre´ Sirois) as the "talent," performing a short big from Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You." Please note that if the lips are off, well, it's because the instructor didn't practice much (note that for slow motion, you have to get your talent on board to perform the song super fast and to practice). Some of the students here are: David Chiang, Max Anderson, Max Rudolph, Jonas Parker, Brennan Duffy, Cassidy Garcia, and Scythe Klein. Ashlee Olsen and Brad Burke on camera, directed by Max Rudolph, and Juan Davalos on playback. Numerous students helped with lighting. Pretty fun class for sure. This year we added using a white backdrop. This was okay, but we didn't have enough light to really blow it out so it took some work in color correction (mainly blowing out the highlights and bringing down the mids/shadows, as well as some desaturation and color balance). For Slow motion: The challenge is to be able to shoot a video at a higher framerate (60fps, 1/125 shutter to maintain 180 degree shutter rule) and then conform to a 24p timeline in post, which means performing the song at +250% (to figure out how much you need to change the song speed you divide your shooting framerate by your timeline frame rate and then shift the decimal over two numbers; thus 60/24=2.5, so 250%). When you conform the framerate it slows down the footage 40% and you should have perfect sync. You also need to add frame blending so that the slow motion doesn't skip frames. I want to note that if your timeline is 30p, it's not quite as tough. It's a challenge, though, to perform a song at +250%, and some genres are easier than others (for instance, rapping at +250% is tough). Thus, the greatest challenge is getting your talent on board to do this. This will give you a similar aesthetic to the Coldplay "The Scientist" video (although this was also shot in reverse, so Chris Martin had the learn the lyrics at +250% and backwards): youtube.com/watch?v=RB-RcX5DS5A&feature=kp Shooting for fast motion is much easier. In this video we shot at 24fps, 1/50 and our timeline was 24p. The song was performed at 50%, so there is a lot more room to embellish (which I probably did too much of). When you get into post just speed the video up by +200% and you should be in sync, and what you get is this Hype Williams-esqu bugged out style like in this Busta Rhymes "Gimme Some More" video: youtube.com/watch?v=eHHT7dTmw8U&feature=kp Take this course to learn more production tips and tricks for music video! Remember, it's up to the talent to practice the song at these speeds to sell it.

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    • Il Quotidiano della Calabria

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      from Paz Caldararo / Added

      Spot Tv 30" campagna istituzionale Il Quotidiano della Calabria Cliente: Finedit srl Agenzia: Melaò Art director: Massimiliano Vomero Copywriter: Gennaro Lento Video Maker: Paz Caldararo Video Editor: Paz Caldararo Assistente alla fotografia: Massimiliano Palumbo Cast: Mario Palumbo Mar'yana Haydanka Pierfrancesco Molinari Giacomo Molinari Voce fuori campo: Stefano Bianchini Musica: VJ Memes - Shananigans Shananigans" by Jeris 2011 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike (3.0) (speed reduction)

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      • Ameriprise: A Client's Story

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        from Gary Huff / Added

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        Canon EOS C100 and the Canon 24-105 f/4 L to ProRes HQ via the Atomos Samurai Blade. Edited in Adobe Premiere CC and Adobe After Effects CC.

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        • Cheat the Thief - Proof

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          from Steve Dabal / Added

          Official Music Video for Proof by Cheat The Thief Starring: Justin Schiada Director: Steve Dabal Cinematographer: Griffin Yu Gaffer: Matthew Plaxco Production Assistant: Lee Mannino Special Thanks: Everyone but Peter

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          • White Room Sessions // Melody Walker and Jacob Groopman // Gold Rush Goddess

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            from Jason Mongue Productions / Added

            92 Plays / / 1 Comment

            White Room Sessions presents Melody Walker and Jacob Groopman performing Gold Rush Goddess. performer Melody Walker performer Jacob Groopman director Jason Mongue sound Jordi MacFife camera Aaron Loutsch stylist Meg Abraham makeup/hair Tracy Shelor graphics designWELL

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            • One Minute Studio Construction

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              from GoNorth Films / Added

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              I built a studio in my garage to give my video projects a nice, clean, professional look. I just took a few test shots with my iPhone to make sure my lighting was placed correctly, but I'll be posting some video projects I shoot in there pretty soon. Materials: (4) 8' 2x4's (4) 4'x8' textureless hard ply boards (4) cans of flat white interior latex paint Caulk and joint compound to make the joints between plies and the ground smooth and seemless. (2) 500w studio lights in soft boxes (15) Flood light cans (15) 3000 Kelvin 100w light bulbs Shot completely on my iPhone 4S using and Olloclip and the iMotion HD app.

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              • White Room Session // Emily Rath // Return to the Water

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                from Jason Mongue Productions / Added

                273 Plays / / 2 Comments

                The White Room Sessions for details, visit http://www.jasonmongue.com/Water Music : Emily Rath Producer/Director : Jason Mongue Makeup & Hair : Tracy Shelor Lighting Assistance : Aaron Loutsch Audio Assistance : Jef Stott

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                • What Salem Means to Me.

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                  from Salem Church / Added

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                  Three People. Three Stories. Three lives changed by the ministries of Salem Church.

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                  • Pass it Along: Teens Talk about "Purpose and Passion"

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                    from zac potterfield / Added

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                    Pass it Along: Teens Talk about new organization "Purpose and Passion" http://www.passitalong.org/ Zac Potterfield - DP & Editing Nash Kocur - Boom, Audio Post, Original Music

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                    • My Portfolio

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                      from Chad Kocian / Added

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                      My past, present, and future expectations in creating quality video content. Includes demo reel, and tidbits of projects in the past. Mostly shot with Canon t3i DSLR Audio recorded with Tascam DR-40 and Azden Shotgun Mic

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