Post by Ludwig Von Koopa on Dec 28, 2009 22:19:35 GMT -5
*A few moments of fighting between Falco (Playing the role of Captain Vul), Bowser, Marth and Wolf* **Music inserted into the background** Bowser (To all): Everyone stop! *everyone stops* Wolf: Why? What reason? Marth: He’s afraid of losing. Falco (Vul): Why stop a perfectly great fight?! Bowser: Because I want to tell you about Planet Koopa Wolf: A planet?! Bowser: A website. Marth: …Go on. Bowser: It’s a site that is fairly new. And it needs more people to join it. Falco: I don’t see why. Bowser: It’s a great site that needs more members in order to create an even better forum! Marth: What’s there to do? Bowser: It’s got forum games, role-plays, its own IRC channel, fan-fiction board, fan art board, a Karma system, a HILARIOUS word censor, active youtube community, enticing discussions, a dozen amazing skins, lots of division provided by great dividers, and the greatest thing is: Everyone is welcome. Unless you’re an ignorant spammer. All together (Besides Bowser): That sounds great! Where do we sign up? Bowser: Just follow the link! *fades to black and shows the link in the video* **END**
So let's fix this.
The main admin. By the way, all the posts I make with emoticons, are best read on the Captain Vul skin.
Post by Ludwig Von Koopa on Dec 28, 2009 22:24:25 GMT -5
Scene 1 (Background: An epic space skirmish between the Cornerian army and Andross' army):
*A few moments of fighting between Falco (Playing the role of Captain Vul), Bowser, Marth and Wolf* **Music inserted into the background**
Scene 2 (Background: A cruise through space where the dogfight happens):
Bowser (To all): Everyone stop! *everyone stops* Wolf: Why? What reason? Marth: Coward, I say. Falco (Vul): Why stop this, boy? Bowser: I want to talk about Bowser: Planet Koopa. Wolf: A planet?! Bowser: A website. Marth: …Go on.
Scene 3 (Background: A hazardous Star Fox flight through Meteo the asteroid belt):
Bowser: It’s a new forum. Bowser: Needs more people Bowser: to join it Wolf: I don’t see why. Falco (Vul): Why should I care? Falco (Vul): Why is it better Falco (Vul): than other websites? Bowser: It has a Vul skin. Falco (Vul): Well I'm convinced! Marth: Anything to do? Wolf: Good question. Wolf: Nothing if it is new Wolf: I bet. Marth: PS3 has no game! Marth: ...Wrong reference.
Scene 4 (Background: a dogfight between Star Fox and Star Wolf):
Bowser: It has games, Bowser: Role plays, IRC, 'fics Falco (Vul): I'M IN EVENTS OF Falco (Vul): STAR WORLD So read it Falco (Vul): And its sequel! Wolf: Uh, anyways... Bowser: Art, karma, hilarious Bowser: Word censor Marth: Metapod = Metapod? Falco (Vul): Youtube community! Marth: Hey Vul, how do you Marth: Know anything Marth: About the forum? Wolf: He didn't know Wolf: It existed Wolf: A minute ago?
Scene 5 (Background: A peaceful flight through the atmosphere of Corneria):
Falco (Vul): Shut up! Or else! Bowser: Deep discussions Wolf: And division. Marth: I love dividing! Bowser: 13 Amazing skins... Falco (Vul): I'm one of them! Bowser: Everyone is welcome Falco (Vul): BECAUSE IT IS NEW! Falco (Vul), Marth, Wolf: Where do I join?! Bowser: Follow the link!
*fades to black and shows the link in the video* **END**
Does any one of you have a capture card? You're suggesting something with an incredible number of jump cuts (when you cut to the same shot). The problem with jump cuts is that, unless you're trying to be disorientating, you have to make the two shots practically the same except for the one aspect you want to change. Uhh... it's hard to explain.
Example: Let's say you have a shot of a person sitting on a bench and you want to make him disappear. You film the man sitting there for a bit, then have him get up and walk out of the shot entirely and film the empty bench for a bit. In editing, you take the raw footage, cut out the part where he gets up and walks, then put a dissolve between the two segments. The final product shows a man sitting on a bench fade away until there's nobody there. Let's say, however, that he accidently dropped a tissue when he was walking away. Now, you have a shot where a man disappears and a tissue appears randomly.
I talk about capture cards because it's much easier to control the environment when you're actually recording off the screen instead of on the screen. For such a thing, I would also suggest using the blank taunts idea because if you go and manually change the taunts, you will have to have each character return to the exact same position otherwise they'd be bouncing around every time you want to change the background.