1. TheDreamLord

    OP TheDreamLord GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Not sure if this is the right place.

    I want opinions on this video here :



    It's made by three youths, the youngest being 14(Me) and we just decided to do this yesterday, taking 7 hours to record and many more to edit.

    Would like constructive criticism on this, and hope you enjoy.
     
  2. FAST6191

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    Following http://gbatemp.net/threads/best-and-worst-biscuits.347970/ I am afraid the sight of rich tea biscuits....

    Back on topic so to speak. As far as short films go I did not mind it at all. I am not sure what was going on with the colours* and the backing music overpowered the voices at various points which itself was a bit low at points (also ADR is your friend).

    *I appreciate it added something in the middle but the opening scene did suffer a bit for it.
     
  3. TheDreamLord

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    Thanks for the reply.

    The colours we weren't too sure about.

    As for the audio, we lowered it, but obviously not enough.

    Plans are being made for the next video we are going to make and we'll use this information in the future :D

    Thank you again!
     
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    At 1:08, it went a bit awkward, it looked a lot like he was reading from a script and the background music was too loud.
     
  5. TheDreamLord

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    Ah, yeah. It was designed to be somewhat awkward, but I think he was reading from it though.
     
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