2005 videoclips

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Peter KJ
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Hi all,


Last summer I visited 3 gigs (Tilburg, Lokeren and M'era Luna) and took my digital camera (Canon Powershot A70) with me and made some videoclips. After the gigs I was planning to remix these clips with some good audio but never got the time to do it (being a teacher is a very busy job).

Some info about the videoclips:
- I can only record max 3:00 min so I couldn't record much full songs
- When making a videoclip, I can't zoom in
- The build in microphone of the Canon couldn't handle the Sisters bass
- All videoclips are width 320 pixels, height 240 pixels, 15 frames/second.
- All videoclips are AVI format


Here are the videoclips I have:

2005-08-06 Tilburg
Pretty good images, close to the stage

1) Ribbons (last 1:27 of the song) 12,2 Mb
2) I was wrong (complete 2:54 great!!) 20,1 Mb
3) Come Togehter (end) - Dr Jeep (intro) (3:00) 22,5 Mb
4) Flood I (3:00) 16,3 Mb
5) Giving Ground (3:00) 22,4 Mb


2005-08-08 Lokeren

1) Alice (last 2:18 ) 19,2 Mb
2) Giving Ground (last 1:56) 20,9 Mb
3) First & Last & Always (last 2:41, terrible sound, stage seems to be on fire) 27,4 Mb
4) Flood II (1:47) 22,9 Mb
5) Emma/Uptown (first 1:13 stops when Von starts singing) 14,3 Mb


2005-08-14 Hildesheim M'era Luna

1) First & Last & Always (1:03) 11,2 Mb
2) Lucretia (2:02) 21,4 Mb
3) Top Nite Out (00:42) 7,60 Mb
4) Vision Thing Part 1 (3:00) 25,8 Mb
5) Visoin Thing Part 2 (0:59) 9,87 Mb
6) Summer (3:00) 33,7 Mb
7) Big Bow at the end of the festival (0:22) 2,54 Mb


So here is the deal. I want to share all of these clips but because of the terrible sound, it would be nice if someone with more knowledge of video editing and more time could remix these clips with a good audio recording.

It would also be nice if we can collect other clips and so putting together a complete collection of the 2005 Tour. I saw at every gig dozens of people with digital cameras so without any doubt there must be other videoclips. So please if you have any other clips (or know of people who have) share them so we can put them all togehter. I know of the Vision Thing and Top nite out clips of Lokeren. And maybe... we can make our own little DVD ;-)

What do you think? Who can/wants to help?
What would be the best program to mix video and audio?
Who knows of other video footage?
How to share/collect all these clips at one place?

PS: I don't have webspace to upload these clips and can't e-mail big files
so no need to ask.

Thanks,
Peter
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You are not that Belgian guy that ilsen is searching hey? :innocent:
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Ozpat wrote: You are not that Belgian guy that ilsen is searching hey? :innocent:
Nope, she already asked me.
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Peter KJ wrote:
Ozpat wrote: You are not that Belgian guy that ilsen is searching hey? :innocent:
Nope, she already asked me.
Okay...I guess she has asked all the Belgians round here. :lol:

Good initiative with the video's but unfortunately I cannot be of any help.
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I'm not very skilled in that kind of stuff but I would like those files :oops: :wink:

and I could always give it a try :D
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I have just started working with Adobe Premiere. But I know Cubase/Nuendo/Logic are good enough to do a sync between external audio and the movie.

I can offer doing at least one of the gigs - M'era Luna, please. :)

Just PM me.
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OK,

you can give it a try with summer (M'era Luna 2005):

http://rapidshare.de/files/7191580/2005 ... r.avi.html

Do you have the complete audio of M'era Luna? This is only a 3 min video. So you should make an intro and an outro for the videoclip.
Let me know what you made of it!

Peter KJ
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TheBoyNextDoor wrote:I have just started working with Adobe Premiere. But I know Cubase/Nuendo/Logic are good enough to do a sync between external audio and the movie.

I can offer doing at least one of the gigs - M'era Luna, please. :)

Just PM me.
The prog I use, Nuendo, is indeed very good for audio/video syncing.

However, it is a hell of a job to do with live footage. For one, the song structure ain't always the same, Von tends to forget his lyrics all the time, and trying to sync a human beatbox called Avalaunch with some misty video footage is challenging to say the least...

Good luck, I have the prog but not the time, sorry :|

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Izzy HaveMercy wrote:Good luck, I have the prog but not the time, sorry.
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I'll give it a try when I get back home.
sunday afternoon I think.
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Ohh.. here's the thread I've been looking for, I forgot for a while... :)

I'll give M'era Luna a try tonight.. I've got nothing better to do than drinking red wine and watching Sisters-movies... ;)


* Peter KJ: Yes, I got the audio for M'era Luna.
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Ok, here's my first version.

Sorry but couldn't make fade in nor fade out of the movie file, because Adobe Premiere won't let me. :(
Anyway, enjoy and let me know what you think!

http://www.imaginarywalls.com/Sisters/2 ... mer-01.avi
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TheBoyNextDoor wrote:Ok, here's my first version.

Sorry but couldn't make fade in nor fade out of the movie file, because Adobe Premiere won't let me. :(
Anyway, enjoy and let me know what you think!

http://www.imaginarywalls.com/Sisters/2 ... mer-01.avi
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An outstanding piece of work gentlemen! :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
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Owh yeah :von:

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Thanks!

I can sync all of the clips from M'era Luna, but not the others since I don't have them on audio.

Let me know what you think Peter KJ.
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thank you!
great work,really!
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TheBoyNextDoor wrote:Thanks!

I can sync all of the clips from M'era Luna, but not the others since I don't have them on audio.

Let me know what you think Peter KJ.
I'd like that.....a lot! :notworthy:
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Excellent work all round from idea to implementation.

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And a very nice sync (geek comment ;) )!

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Thank you Izzy. I was afraid my new flatscreen monitor (with 12ms latency) would cause some syncing problem, but it seems it worked after all. ;)
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