Edited by: Iam Widdershins on 06/06/2011 06:58:54
Originally by: AlleyKat
Originally by: Iam Widdershins
Given more to the community than I have so far? Almost undoubtedly. Than I could hope to? You'd better show me something pretty damn good for me to believe that.
Evelopedia link in my signature + countless hours helping creative people, which I mistakenly took you for.
I look forward to critiquing your next attempt.
I looked up you and your videos. You've got quite a lot of tutorials there; while they were a bit long and on the slow side, you seem to have a pretty good idea of using most of the features in Vegas and other editing platforms. I didn't learn a lot from your videos (with the exception of the masking one, that's pretty nice), but I was able to google a few key things that I saw you using in the interface that should allow me to do a couple somewhat fancy things in the future if I so desire.
I can appreciate this, I still can't help but judge by what I see. You started out coming into the thread telling me that I was stretching my video into shapes that it wasn't originally recorded in, when this is patently not the case. I'm not sure if you didn't ever really look very closely at the video, or what, but you have stuck to your (incorrect) guns for an entire page now, continuing to insist that a square-aspect video where everything comes out looking circular is improperly anamorphic.
It's not doing a lot for your credibility with me. You've made some good tutorials and know a fair bit; this doesn't make you immune from ever being mistaken, and to date you haven't provided any useful constructive criticism. Please cease the vitriol and we can move on.
P.S. In your third Vegas tutorial video, you showed covering up the chat window using the Solid Color media and Track Motion. I much prefer using a transparent image overlay drawn in another layer over a frame screenshot with an image editor (GIMP or Photoshop). Failing that, I'd go ahead and use a solid color media, but it would be preferable to use Event Pan/Crop over the Track Motion as it only applies to that object instead of affecting the entire track.
Originally by: Prozacxx
Your videos footage was bad.
Your videos quality was bad.
Yes, the footage was the only thing I had on hand.
Yes, I am now recording in full resolution.
Glad to be of service.