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25/03/2017 00:11:59
Topic:
Lobby Cam Chapter Three

roroduck
roroduck
Posts: 22
PatMarrNC wrote:
so, after watching 3 episodes, I'm zeroing in on a soap opera vibe... a continuing story with a theme song and a slowly revealed plot... is that a fair understanding of what you're doing here?



I see that as a valid interpretation given the information you have. Or, sounds good to me!
Actually Lobby Cam is a part of one chapter of a novel of mine that I've expanded with Muvizu animation without knowing how it ends myself. Its a twist on a story I heard on NPR years ago about a guy who's VCR (that's dated) picked up a lobby cam and he ends up fallnig in love with a woman he sees there.


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24/03/2017 22:55:10
Topic:
Lobby Cam Chapter Three

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
PatMarrNC
Posts: 1647
so, after watching 3 episodes, I'm zeroing in on a soap opera vibe... a continuing story with a theme song and a slowly revealed plot... is that a fair understanding of what you're doing here?
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24/03/2017 18:17:29
Topic:
Lobby Cam Chapter Three

roroduck
roroduck
Posts: 22
I must have entered the wrong YouTube link

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24/03/2017 17:44:30
Topic:
Lobby Cam, Chapter Three

roroduck
roroduck
Posts: 22
Ben may be having problems distinguishing dreams from reality. The unique features of the new television are also challenging Ben’s emotional condition.


Save each dialog scene as a separate set, and save the rendered video for your scenes. I label them scene, scene2 etc which makes it easier to reassemble them in my video editor later


Secondly, and I imagine this could be an issue with many, is the actual 'voicing' of characters. I am not blessed with a 'radio' voice or recording for that matter. I'm sure there are many of us. Certainly if you need to voice many different characters for your video, you need a real talent. Audio quality is just as important as the visuals, so I was wondering if any of you talented guys had any tips for producing good quality audio (equipment etc) and any tips on the art of 'acting' out your dialogue. (Does that make sense?)

here's a link to another recent thread on the topic:

https://www.muvizu.com/Forum/topic6262-creating-a-cartoon-voice.aspx

Anyways. I am so glad to be amongst you and hope to make some new friends here!!!

Cheers
scorpio66


this is a friendly group, and based on this first post, I think you'll fit right in! Welcome!
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23/03/2017 17:28:28
Topic:
Hi to Muvizu!

scorpio66
scorpio66
Posts: 3
Hi guys!

Really excited about finding Muvizu. Ive spent the last day just watching the videos made by you guys! Wow! VERY entertaining.
I wish I had discovered this great program sooner! Oh well, here now!
I've used Max Studio and Lightwave in the past, as well as Photoshop and Daz Studio. But this has to be my new fave program.
I can't wait to really get to know the ins and outs and start posting some stuff myself.

I do have some initial questions, I hope you dont mind me asking.

Firstly, on initial 'playing around' with the program as you do, when setting up a new audio piece, when I click on the name box to name my recorded audio, Muvizu doesnt rename it. It just stays as 'unnamed'. Any ideas? Obviously I need to be able to recognise each recorded audio piece. I seem to be having fun with the aligning of audio pieces too, but Im sure I will figure that out. (If not I'll be back - in Arnie voice)

Secondly, and I imagine this could be an issue with many, is the actual 'voicing' of characters. I am not blessed with a 'radio' voice or recording for that matter. I'm sure there are many of us. Certainly if you need to voice many different characters for your video, you need a real talent. Audio quality is just as important as the visuals, so I was wondering if any of you talented guys had any tips for producing good quality audio (equipment etc) and any tips on the art of 'acting' out your dialogue. (Does that make sense?)

Anyways. I am so glad to be amongst you and hope to make some new friends here!!!

Cheers
scorpio66
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23/03/2017 17:26:08
Topic:
Kiss Cover C'Mon n Love Me by the TAkeaway Thieves

littlegene
littlegene
Posts: 11
Thank you Pat
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23/03/2017 17:06:06
Topic:
Kiss Cover C'Mon n Love Me by the TAkeaway Thieves

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
PatMarrNC
Posts: 1647
thanks for the clarifications! Great job on the Kiss band member textures, and on your music! I look forward to seeing/hearing more from you!

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edited by PatMarrNC on 23/03/2017
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23/03/2017 17:04:05
Topic:
Copy movements of a character

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
PatMarrNC
Posts: 1647
Nope. At least, not in muvizu. (many have wished for the ability to copy/paste actions on the time line)

You could put your character on his own layer, record the actions, then export it as a video clip , then use your video editor to combine multiple copies of the clip
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23/03/2017 16:40:35
Topic:
Copy movements of a character

bmsict1
bmsict1
Posts: 2
Say I wanted to make an army that is made up of duplicated characters. Is there any way to copy the movements so that they all do the same thing?
Thanks
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23/03/2017 14:44:43
Topic:
Kiss Cover C'Mon n Love Me by the TAkeaway Thieves

littlegene
littlegene
Posts: 11
Hiya Pat

The video was inspired by myself going on the Kiss Kruise ...I was going for a kinda scooby doo vibe and the band fall in love get hypnotised by some sirens who turn into Voodoo witches. Who are then saved by Kiss.

I drew the Kiss Costumes myself, next time i will definately credit any set designers i use.

Yes Takeaway Thieves is my band.

Regards
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23/03/2017 14:28:03
Topic:
Have you made a tutorial?

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
PatMarrNC
Posts: 1647
I think the standard Muvizu tutorials are excellent... well made, easy to understand and they cover the full spectrum of Muvizu's features. But due to the fact that we all process information differently, there are topics that people have wanted to see explained differently... hence, the user-created tutorial.

If you've made a tutorial, consider adding it to this WIKI list of user-created tutorials!
(scan the page for your name, it might already be there... but if it isn't, please add it! )

https://www.muvizu.com/Wiki/wiki/189
(click on the pencil icon to start editing)

or, you can click on the web sites menu:
HELP > WIKI > ALL PAGES > scroll to the bottom > User created tutorial compilation


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edited by PatMarrNC on 23/03/2017
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23/03/2017 14:07:44
Topic:
Kiss Cover C'Mon n Love Me by the TAkeaway Thieves

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
PatMarrNC
Posts: 1647
I like the cruise ship theme! Great setting for a video!

I didn't understand part of the video... like the scene in which the chicks had green eyes ... perhaps something about caribbean island voodoo?

If the Kiss character skins came from the Muvizu user created assets, then your video credits should probably include a shout-out to whoever uploaded them. (Ziggy72, as I recall). Likewise for the beach set. (wdeprospo as I recall)

Is TAKEAWAY THIEVES your band? And did your band record the song in the video? If so, you probably want to make that clear to the audience, because recording your own music is a major step up from using public domain or creative commons licensed music!
edited by PatMarrNC on 23/03/2017
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23/03/2017 13:54:15
Topic:
Kiss Cover C'Mon n Love Me by the TAkeaway Thieves

littlegene
littlegene
Posts: 11
Hi guys
Please check out my Animation tribute to KISS


Thanks
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23/03/2017 13:46:45
Topic:
From The Mind of Some Guy Named Rob VI

sgnrmedia
sgnrmedia
Posts: 18
I had completely forgotten about uploading through my profile here. Thanks!
For now, until I start getting more views and (hopefully) subs, I'm keeping ads off. My old channel had ads and honestly, it wasn't worth it. Though if I can get a steady enough rhythm and some fans, I may do a Patreon thing
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23/03/2017 13:36:19
Topic:
From The Mind of Some Guy Named Rob VI

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
PatMarrNC
Posts: 1647
clever. I may have to find my way to your youtube site so I can subscribe.

I just looked at your profile and I noticed that you are missing an opportunity. If you upload through your profile (they still end up on youtube)_your videos will be displayed on your profile here, and also in the Muvizu gallery.
This serves as an additional way to funnel new viewers to your youtube channel, where they might subscribe.

You should definitely start uploading future videos from your muvizu profile page, since its problematic to go back and upload videos that are already on your youtube channel in order to have them show up in your muvizu gallery.

When you are making money from subscriptions, any way you can drive people to your channel helps!
edited by PatMarrNC on 23/03/2017
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23/03/2017 13:22:49
Topic:
From The Mind of Some Guy Named Rob VI

sgnrmedia
sgnrmedia
Posts: 18
Putting the "Pro" in Procrastination, and putting the in Lazy.
As always, feedback welcome.
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