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I co-ran an AMV 101 panel at Otakon last year, was curious if anyone would be interested in an AMV 101 panel at Animazement this upcoming year. Would cover how to get started, what to avoid, and some basics with software.
Last edited by l33tmeatwad on Mon May 28, 2012 6:36 pm, edited 4 times in total.
I have been wanting to give it a whirl, but never had any solid instruction. If you covered some of the finer points (cutaways, audio and video management, and timing) I'd be glad to attend. My last experience with video editing was in college, and something it ended . . . somewhat poorly.
AZ 2014: Gambit (X-treme X-men), Kirito (Sword Art Online), Revolver Ocelot (Metal Gear Solid series), Hisao Nakai (Katawa Shoujo)
Decided to submit the panel, pending approval, it will be a 2 hour block of tips on how to get started, some AMVs will be shown, and there will be time for Q&A so that you have a chance to get those questions you've always wanted to ask about AMV editing answered.
I'm not sure if I'd be any help with explaining how I do stuff but if you like I can bring an AMV I made that won Editor's Pick two years ago for showing?
AZ 2013 vague ideas
Yukiko Amagi (Persona 4)
Trickster Jaspers (Homestuck)
Human Gatomon (Digimon)
I appreciate the offer, but I already have a full panel planed based off of the AMV 101 panel I did at Otakon last year. It would also be a little hard to work that out since I have to give the convention the names everyone who is going to present something and be a panelist in the panel and I don't know who you are ;;;
not that I didn't already say that or anything demo anata ga daisuki desuuu!! matane, onee-chan
Yes, your Highness
Well, looks like it got approved, hope to see you guys there, current info:
Time: 7:30 - 9:30 PM
Panel Room: 302C
(As with any convention panel, this is subject to change.)
Thanks to everyone at Animazement who came out to AMV 101, we hope you learned a lot! Feel free to contact us for further information and advice on AMV editing.
Our website is www.pixelblended.com and we have walkthroughs and tutorials for the subjects we covered in the panel (and more coming soon). Feel free to contact us if you wish to ask any more questions about making AMVs.
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