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when? :excited:
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Support wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 7:03 pm when? :excited:
And done! :salute

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I saw it on your Facebook, it's impressive Bryan. The whole thing is, textures, the ground, sky, and the sound, wow, It really felt like the beginning of a movie intro, so cool, <3 X1000000 :salute It's so good, too bad it's 6 sec, I was expecting "Sonic, a film by Bryan Kilburn, featuring, Okwa (Chris) and GateGirl (Meanie)" :lol: :lol: <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
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Thanks!

Most scenes in TV and movies are often no longer than 3-6 seconds. A really long scene is around 10 seconds.
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BKilburn wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 8:25 pm Thanks!

Most scenes in TV and movies are often no longer than 3-6 seconds. A really long scene is around 10 seconds.
oh :o I didn't know that, but why it seems to take minutes then?? with the text scrolling etc.
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Support wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 9:13 pm
BKilburn wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 8:25 pm Thanks!

Most scenes in TV and movies are often no longer than 3-6 seconds. A really long scene is around 10 seconds.
oh :o I didn't know that, but why it seems to take minutes then?? with the text scrolling etc.
Everything about moving pictures is an illusion. A series of still frames turns into movement. A series of movements turns into scenes. A series of scenes turns into suspended time.

With titles, most people can read a small body of text in about 6 seconds. A good scroll of text will take about 6 seconds from on screen to off screen. Still titles last about 3 seconds. It depends on the density of text.

Timing is everything in film and TV. It's the first thing any aspiring filmmaker should learn.
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I'm gonna have to pay attention to that :salute
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Support wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 9:39 pm I'm gonna have to pay attention to that :salute
I really did work in professional film and TV for a few years. I started out as a grip (fancy word for gofer and schleper) and rose to asst director/producer. Even made a few local shows as executive producer (fancy word for person in charge of everything, including original content). Learned all about lighting (gaffer) camera, audio, editing, scene logging, timing, etc.

I left because the pay is very erratic and my regional market is 3rd tier. So low pay AND not often enough. But I was not quite good enough for say, NY, Chicago or LA. Too much competition in those places as well. And I was too poor to go indie.
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BKilburn wrote: Sat Nov 25, 2023 9:44 pm I really did work in professional film and TV for a few years. I started out as a grip (fancy word for gofer and schleper) and rose to asst director/producer. Even made a few local shows as executive producer (fancy word for person in charge of everything, including original content). Learned all about lighting (gaffer) camera, audio, editing, scene logging, timing, etc.

I left because the pay is very erratic and my regional market is 3rd tier. So low pay AND not often enough. But I was not quite good enough for say, NY, Chicago or LA. Too much competition in those places as well. And I was too poor to go indie.
Well now that explain why it felt like a movie was starting. I learn something new today and new words too. :salute It's too bad the work didn't go well for you, competition and low pay goes hand in hand, you don't need to work for nothing, that's crazy!
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:excited: Great, absolutely great. We can still learn a lot from you. Thank you for this great video. :salute
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Thanks Okwa!
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