The Callout- trials/street/flat

here’ s a good video i found http://youtube.com/watch?v=-zNraM9gl9U&feature=related

I edit the Majority of my video first THEN pic the music, but my last video I picture the music first, and edited to the music… I can’t really tell the difference with my videos, other than my new video has better riding, new locations and more camera angles…

im currently going to school for what you want to be:) and you linked off to some elements thing, i was talking about using adobe after effects.

link??? please and thank you!!

and that is a complete editing system, or just effects?

Just effects, however it is set up in a similar manner. It uses keyframes and a timeline The kind of program you would use in conjunction with FCP2. Great for titling and free form effects.

so you would use it along w/ another editing program and bring in the effects similar to how you would bring in sound effects.

srry for my noobness, but i really want to learn this stuff. we should move our conversations here, if you could…plz anwser my questions there…so we dont keep bring this thread off topic.

[quote=“peleschramm”]

what i do is what i do, i don’t call it anything but riding a unicycle… without dancing with/on it (its a joke calm down)

tech street is crazy… when done right… you need some physical obstacle to the video, i hate watching an amazing rider do everything on flat. i would rather see a trey down a curb than a fifthflip anyday. what i wouldn’t mind seeing on flat is a 3/5 flip (540unispin-tripleflip)

so my part is going to work like this:
4 short videos, the thread names will be as follows (so you can find them)
yesterday(to be finished and posted tonight, trials)- not my best or most amazing video, but i’ll make it worth your time.
today
tomorrow
and possibly the next day

look for those videos
yes its going to be FOUR videos, hopefully done in the next 2 weeks or so. the last one should be set in kingsville on the days i have nothing to do waiting for school to start.

eh
changed my mind
4 short nothing amazing, but good videos
yesterday today and tomorrow

and one well edited, good video that is MY style.

My vid is pretty much done, I could post it now but I know of a school that I think has some good stuff in it. My problem is its pretty far away, the weathers wet and I recall alot of it being wood :frowning: I think I might just wait a few days because the forcast is looking like it may dry out. Hopfully it will be worth the wait.

[quote=“skrobo”]

why was my name in that quote…i never said that

I don’t know but your quoting him says peleschramm in it…

thats really weird…i didnt notice that, i just posted and left…and why is the "

[quote=skrobo]
" now outside of the quote box, we should have a mod check this

I dunno, but I edited mine because it took your quote=skrobo thing and put it in the box then put your name outside it… weird…

Its really not that complicated, it all started back on page 2 where you quoted Pele but accidentally deleted the beginning bracket on “QUOTE” at the end, so it looked like this:

[quote=peleschramm]
big street is mcmullin/skrobo style.QUOTE]

Then someone else quoted you and that wrapped it in another set of quotes so the real "

[quote=…]
" part got put on the outside of it and it took the inner-most "

[quote=…]
" which was left over from the last post and that person was credited for the quote.

So basically that happened over and over again and the person who the quote is actually posted by is just in the "

[quote=…]
" in the beginning of the post and the “Originally posted by…” is actually the previous person who was quoted.

Ok well that came out way more complicated than I planned.

:smiley: :wink: :stuck_out_tongue:

thanks for explaining though

[quote=“Spencer Hochberg”]

Its really not that complicated, it all started back on page 2 where you quoted Pele but accidentally deleted the beginning bracket on “QUOTE” at the end, so it looked like this:

[quote=peleschramm} big street is mcmullin/skrobo style.QUOTE]

Then someone else quoted you and that wrapped it in another set of quotes so the real "

Nah, It makes sense. People just have to look at it for more than second. lol

[quote=“Spencer Hochberg”]

Its really not that complicated, it all started back on page 2 where you quoted Pele but accidentally deleted the beginning bracket on “QUOTE” at the end, so it looked like this:
[noparse]

[quote=peleschramm]
big street is mcmullin/skrobo style.QUOTE]

Then someone else quoted you and that wrapped it in another set of quotes so the real "

[quote=…]
" part got put on the outside of it and it took the inner-most "

[quote=…]
" which was left over from the last post and that person was credited for the quote.

So basically that happened over and over again and the person who the quote is actually posted by is just in the "

It makes sense. They just needed to look at what they were posting.

http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=RGdtjfEsws0

I think this video is an awesome example of a good street vid. The music matches, good editting, variety of tricks, and awesome use of obstacles in a street environment. A little bit is done on flat, but most of it is done of sets, rails, ledges, and tables.

Tomorrow and monday are looking dryish for me so as long as its warm enough for everthing to dryout I should be able to get a few more shots filmed and edited and will be able to finaly put my video up. It shouldnt take long before its up once I have got the shots, its most likely to be done by the end of tomorrow Im just hopeing it will be dry, I have a fear of wood after it gets wet and I wont go near the stuff unless its nice and dry.

Sweet man, Im really looking forward to the vid. Did you ever get the 720 on film?