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:offtopic: I’d be more interested in buying the cloth if you had sample pics of the same pic chroma-keyed. I bet you’d get more orders.
You are free to write the rest of your script however you like.
Just to clarify, this means additional dialogue is acceptable?
Does the rule about the lines being “uninterrupted and in their entirety” allow for long intervals of silence within a line?
I’ll probably enter this one. Just a few clarifying questions.
“The Submissions Section” wrote: – Your forum name
What does this mean?
“The Lines” wrote: I’ll edit it in Photoshop
Hehe, my line. By using the word “Photoshop,” would that be a copyright infraction, or would it only be one if the term “Adobe” were used?
-MindGame, liking this idea 😀
“MindGame” wrote: [quote=”The Submissions Section”]- Your forum name
What does this mean?[/quote]
Best guess is your username in the brickfilm forum. For instance, you would include the name MindGame in your submission.
No WMVs allowed? Once again, a contest discriminates WMM users :evil
Yay, Christmas break is perfect for brickfilming.
Excellent concept, excellent lines. I predict the most used line to be “It wasn’t supposed to explode that much.”
The voting system seems to be really easy, too.
“CJ Studios” wrote: No WMVs allowed? Once again, a contest discriminates WMM users :evil
Why? WMM can create the same AVI needed to make Real Media or Quicktime formats as other editors. Real can be created for free and is multi-platform where WMV files are limited to Win users.
Edit: Ahh.. Mindgame beat me to it.. and explained it better to boot 😉
WMV files can be seen on other comp brands, as long as you have Windows Media Player (I know this applies to Macintoshes. Not sure about other platforms). I just filmed a test to see if I could encode using RealAnime, and I couldn’t find my encoded file. It was able to encode it, I just don’t know where it’s stored.
“CJ Studios” wrote: It was able to encode it, I just don’t know where it’s stored.
In the Input/Output Section, there is a little box that say “Destination.” Find that place on your computer, and you should find you film. Next time, to make things a little simpler, make your destination in some sort of Folder, or better yet, on your desktop.
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