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Default How-TO: AnimeMusicVideo Editing

Hi, I'm Animaker


I edit amv's for 3 years, won't say I'm an expert, but I have experience on it, so if you have any doubt, please post here, me or anyone else who is active will answer to your needs right away, I am counting with ALL AMV Makers here.




So, I will be adding an FAQ of How-To's so you guys don't need to have the pain in the ass of asking


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1 - How-TO: Get Started on Making a Good AMV


It's very easy, just follow these steps I give you:
HERE


2 - How-TO: Make a Cut in the Video Track on the Right Beat of the Song in an AMV


On sony vegas, you have a little thing in the bottom left:


You see that orange thing on bottom left? that is the speed in which you preview your video.

Now move it a little to the left and the video will be in slow motion, but dont move too much or it will be too slow, around 0,60 should be fine for you to hear where exactly the beat is.

That makes up for really good timing, I don't use it, I use the preview music, if you see those things on the sound track the larger it is, the louder the beat, so if you put a new clip when the sound amplification is maximum, you will be making timing in the right beat.

Currently I dont even use that, I put the clip, preview a couple of times, and see if it works.



Sony Vegas is the best program for timing.
With After Effects you will have to be an expert


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Any other question about AMVs, I will answer with the most professionalism possible
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Default Re: How-TO: AnimeMusicVideo Editing

Ah, another help thread. We can never have enough of those. It says "1 - How-TO: Get Started on Making a Good AMV", so can we expect that more guides will be added to the list some time in the future? It'd be amazing if that'd be the case.
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Yes, as people come asking for help, me and others will be making guides on How-TO's and I will be updating the main post
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I updated the How-TO's, do you like it? :3
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That's the explanation about hitting the beats of a song that you posted in the other thread, right? Good idea to put it in here too!
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