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 Post subject: GDIF 2019
PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 11:20 pm 
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The Greenwich and Docklands International Festival is an annual free event featuring outdoor theatre and performing arts. I always enjoy going and usually end up with lots of photos. This year I decided to make a video.
You can learn more about GDIF at https://festival.org/gdif

[youtube] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8nRI_xej-M[/youtube]

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 Post subject: Re: GDIF 2019
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Great stuff Garry

Looks like a good festival too

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 Post subject: Re: GDIF 2019
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Nicely done. Short and fast paced.

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 Post subject: Re: GDIF 2019
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Thanks, knobbydave. It's great fun to watch, and a great atmosphere.

Thanks, Mark. That's what I find works best. Clips from 1/2 to 2 seconds, total video 3 minutes or less. Viewers are more likely to stay until the end. I was thinking of going to an event in a week or two and found a video from a previous year. It was over half an hour long and each scene was several minutes long. Needless to say, I very quickly got bored, stopped watching, and decided not to go. It's almost as simple as short=sweet.

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 Post subject: Re: GDIF 2019
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You did well! I’ll just put in my perennial plug for including ambient sound. It seems a shame to show moving pictures without the sounds from the scenes, even with music. Nice music btw.

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 Post subject: Re: GDIF 2019
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You did well! I’ll just put in my perennial plug for including ambient sound. It seems a shame to show moving pictures without the sounds from the scenes, even with music. Nice music btw.
Thanks for the suggestion, Mark. There are a few problems with including ambient sound from an event like this one. Firstly, the volume varies between extremes to the point where I'd have to spend a lot of time on the sound. Secondly, it's often so loud as to distort and, while iZotope Rx can go some way towards helping with this, it will still sound bad; plus I'd have to do this part on the PC as iZotope don't (yet) make iPad versions of their software, and so far there's nothing on the iPad to even begin to compete with Rx. And lastly, I wanted to finalise the video before the week's events finish. With so many clips and so little time, I have to make the best decisions that I can.

As for the music, I really like it. It's one of the many free pieces that come with iMovie. And, yet again, coincidences pop up when least expected. I timed all of the clips to fit with 120 bpm, and I don't think this piece is at that tempo. And yet, most of the transitions fit with the beat. And many of the individual changes in the sound seem to go well with the content of the clips. Transferring a raw 'print' of the video into iMovie, adding the music to fit, then reimporting into LF is a fast, neat workflow.

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