1. 5 Second Fort Collins - Old Town Distilling Co.


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    Handmade organic spirits with local botanicals and mixers. These are the key ingredients that Old Town Distilling Co. uses to create one of a kind cocktails. They also still carry a few of the their well-known slushy drinks.

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    • Lam Chi Ho (self-introduction)


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      Hello, I am Lam Chi Ho, who comes from Hong Kong. I study Film & Television in HKDI , and this is the video which introduces myself. I am interested in producing movies, especially on the part of the script writing and video editing. Furthermore, I love acting too! This video includes the production works which I joined. 0:04 "You Have Pat Pat" (Presenter) 0:13 “I Am Here” (Main actor) 0:17 "Where's My Head" (Main actor) 0:21 “Little Something” (Scriptwriter; Actor) 0:28 “The Killer Game” (Director; Scriptwriter; Editor) 0:36 “A Funny Video” (Director; Scriptwriter; Editor; Actor) 0:40 "Mobile Phone" (Director; Scriptwriter; Editor) Enjoy it~

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      • EPSCO Toto™ Toilet Commercial


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        Over the next few months we will be featuring some of our favorite projects in 30 years at MEGCOMM. Many will be the old square-looking format 4×3 in standard definition and will look dated in terms of picture quality when compared to our digital cinema cameras today. Our first is a Toto™ Toilet TV spot for Eastern Pennsylvania Supply Company (EPSCO), produced in collaboration with Mojave Creative of Mountaintop, PA. Mojave Creative came to MEGCOMM with a concept to produce a commercial demonstrating the product’s flushing power. In the spot, a child is flushing things down the toilet that should never get anywhere near a toilet. Car keys, Dad’s wallet, a cell phone were all victims. Mojave wanted a shot from directly over the toilet so items could be dropped and flushed while the child leaned into the frame. We loved that idea, but had another to supplement the spot. We suggested putting the camera underwater looking up at the child as he dropped items into the bowl. Then we could see his face as he dropped them into the lens, a dramatic “how’d they do that” angle. Mojave loved the idea. We had a plastic aquarium fabricated that was large enough to mouth a toilet seat on it. Then we elevated the tank and put the camera under the aquarium facing up through the water. This elevated the seat to the point where we needed a platform for the child to stand on so he could look over the rim of the seat before dropping the item in. This became complicated when we realized the up angle of the camera would also see past the child and photograph our studio ceiling which looked nothing like a bathroom ceiling and was 18 feet overhead. We resolved this challenge by painting a 4×8 foot sheet of foam core with textured paint and mounting it over the child’s head in an approximation of 8 feet. Then, using aquarium jets mounted out of frame and pointing in opposite directions we were able to simulate the initial swirling action of a flush. When the child dropped the item we immediately turned on the jets to get the water action going. It worked flawlessly. But the overhead shot also presented a challenge. We were shooting in our studio and needed to flush from the top angle as well. We solved that by mounting an actual Toto™ toilet on a riser that we had cut a hole in for the water flow out upon flushing. We placed a catch basin under the riser so water, when flushed, would simply flow into the basin. We then poured the water from the basin back into the toilet’s tank for repeated “takes” of that particular shot. By cutting back and forth between the overhead and underwater shots we were able to perfectly simulate this action to the absolute delight of both Mojave Creative and EPSCO. It is one of our favorite commercials out of many over 30 years and we were very blessed to have such a challenging opportunity presented in a local/regional market.

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        • Steven Shanahan Demo Reel


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          Hi there, I am a Toronto based video editor, motion graphic animator, and compositor. For my complete portfolio, go to http://www.shaggyshan.com/ email: steve.w.shan@gmail.com Music: "Garden Party" Blarsa (blarsa.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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          • 392 - Create The Ultimate Slideshow from Still Images - Part 3: Slideshow Transitions


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            In this, the final installment of the series, Robbie further explains the parallax effect, working with a couple more pictures, and shows how you can create some really interesting and fun transitions for your final slideshow.

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            • InnovationDays 2015


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              Review Clip of our Customers International industry event INNOVATIONDAYS 2015 in Lucerne-Switzerland From February 23 to 26, Lucerne was the global center for "high performance digital printing". Almost 6'000 visitors from over 50 nations traveled to Hunkeler Innovationdays 2015. The trade show was well-received, with most guests spending more than two days there. filmed with Sony FS 700, Canon 70D, using DJI Ronin post production adobe cc 2014 color grading magic bullet looks and colorista 3

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              • mTransition Simple Pack plugin for Final Cut Pro X


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                Available at: http://www.motionvfx.com/mplugs-77.html This fantastic set of 50 simple and elegant transitions is something you really should have in your professional editing tools collection. They will make your every project easier, without thinking about choosing a right style to fit your edit - they harmonize with any topic. Their clear-cut design and universal animation are the traits that make them a perfect pick for any footage. Music: http://www.premiumbeat.com/royalty_free_music/songs/harmonic-voyage

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                • How to assemble a Table Tennis - Coffee break @iDNA


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                  This video it's just an animation test and audio/video editing, completely made in After Effects. Thanks to KickPack and Tennino.

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                  • SBS9 Slumdog Millionaire Bumper


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                    Client: SBS9 Producer: Nicolette de la Rambelje Project: Slumdog Millionaire Bumper Music: Nitin Sawhney - Koyal (Songbird) Graphics: SBS9 Video Editor: Hasan Cakir Script: David Schildkamp

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                    • Green World Lumber


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