I love the old dance movies and I was digging the 1983 Delorean jam by Kisskissfantastic so I decided to put this lil shiggydig togethor. I still have to get alot more familiar with my editing software and I tried my best to have it go with the music but you have to start somewhere right. Hope you enjoy. :)
And heres the embed code Janetfelts =]
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First time editing so give me constructive criticism! <3
(1:29 - spinning/moving clips - Bare through the first 15 sec)
When listening to Johnnyclyde's song called "Dreams of Trees" aka Shadow Song... I couldn't help but imagine spinning scenes. So I was inspired to make a video. All clips are used from members off this site (two are mine). Not too shabby for a first vid :) Thank you for all the beautiful shots and music. Use this in any way you would like!
1) Spin me right round - by cerebris 2) View from car's sun roof - mine 3) The Spinning Girl - by mkinchloe 4) Beautiful Mess, Pinwheels - by steviestars3 5) Rollarcoaster - by jehuGarcia 6) Spinning - by johnnarock 7) View from tree - mine 8) Swingset in rain - nontoxiccolors
Music: "Shadow Song" by Johnnyclyde
Arizona Folklore Preserve (Sierra Vista, Arizona)
while at the Arizona Folklore Preserve (in Sierra Vista, Arizona), i found time to walk through the preserve, crunching leaves under my boots :)
i later switch to a POV kinda thing. to maybe be of use for something.
Are You Ready for Marriage? (1950) Prelinger Archives archive.org
Spoken Audio: The Young Lovers (archive.org)
this remix was made in v3 from several videos & the main video i resourced didn't make the leap from v3 to v4 & therefore doesn't show up in the resources. none of the original video work was made by me, i just remixed it. i only wish i could remember who the main footage was from, so i could credit them properly - but i just wanted to put that out there in case there was any confusion, because the creative wonder who made it deserves to take the credit for their beautiful piece of film. :)
i'd also like to dissuade people from using it in remixes, just in case the person who made it doesn't want it being used.
It literally took me 3 days to film this. I hope you like this one. Here's the music track http://hitrecord.org/records/277116
I felt like I hadn't done some visuals in a while ^__^
It was Burns Night here yesterday, so I wanted to try cutting something to a Robert Burns poem. This is a very sweet, sad song, but when I put it to PASIV's music on the offchance, it gave the words bitter, desperate edge (no offence PASIVo, your music is not desperate and bitter!).
I fell in love with the song, and, I think, it simply begged to tell a story. Well, this is my interpretation. Essentially a story about love and lust. This time, more about lust.
Thanks so much for featuring this! I stumbled upon reneg88's page one night and loved all his songs, which are titled "Music for Short Film", and wanted to use one to make a simple and sweet piece. So I pulled my husband into the bedroom when he got home from work that night, and wound up with this.
It is amazing to see all the great results of this clip! If anyone wants any clips in the orginal color format to use in a remix let me know and I can upload them.
This video just gives ideas on curtain ideas for intro - it's kinda cute in my opinion ^.^
From a public domain -
My edit for the Road Movie collab.Big thanks to kelliebean for creating the flesh and the bones for this video, I just put the sunglasses on it :) Also to all of the well-travelled hitRECorders who contributed images to the collab.The music is a piece called Majesty, by Pete Conrad.
Just a little video for A.M. Ferraro's beautiful song...
RAW - Happy remixing!
(hi-res zip to follow shortly)
RAW, stock footage. Happy remixing!
(Check the .zip file for a high-res version)
While watching this, imagine yourself in this tree. I climbed up in it to take this video. Keep in mind the limbs weigh so much and stretch out so long that they rest on the ground.
The tree is located in Jacksonville, FL - 25 ft in circumference and 70ft tall.
Please let me know if I did not resource your RECord....this is my take on the mini Love documentary, i love love :o)
version with no music: http://hitrecord.org/records/537402
So I'm really trying to learn After Effects right now and this is just a little bumper I came up with while I was fucking around.
Not techncially a forest ...
...for all those records needing a little boy sitting in a storage ottoman giving his dog puppy kisses :)
Because there's no such thing as pamagotchi in 30 seconds...here's a mere 30 seconds of pamagotchi.
(I thought the song was ironic ^_^ )
Haven't edited a thing for a while, so I decided to start with something simple. Not satisfied with the ending, but still somewhat smiling about a job done ^^
I thought this might come in handy to some of you.... It would of been better if it was shot at night but you won't catch me dead in a cemetery at night.... actually come to think of it ,,, that's probabbly the only way you'll catch me ....
When I shot this i had Remix theatre by MattConley in mind...
There is so much good music here, music that I have been listening and dancing to for the past couple of days and I wanted to do something with it ....
This is my first ever try at music and video editing!
This "music video" was intended to be energetic and funny- NOT disrespectful.... on that note ... you might wanna check out 1:56
Hope nobody get's offended ....or anything :)
But if they do.... Loosen up! :P
I tried to put in all the resources but I'm afraid I missed some of them, If you recognize your bit please let me know so that I can add you.
ALL the music, videos, photos used in this come solely from HitRECord
Field behind our house. Same shot throughout - once you've seen a little, you've seen the whole video (just left it uncut because (a) I like the song & (b) you never know how much of something is needed!)
uncordinated me jumping around with dandelions in stockholm.
i hope its for anybodys use
Actually, silly awkward dancing in a rainbow skirt! But it's all part of my quest to achieve physical fitness while producing happiness at the same time :D Besides, the rainbow skirt must be shown in all its flouncy glory ^___^
Was dancing to copyrighted (awesome 60s) music, if you want to check out the video with the music in it, it's on my video blog on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5L5kAvXbrY Figured you may have use for this as stock footage. I uploaded a smaller video for streaming ease, but just email me feanne(at)gmail(dot)com if you need a higher resolution. :) P.S. OMG I am sore all over today!!! LOL. Happy Easter everyone ;)
I look a bit silly in this, but I love it all the same. :3
ah there needs to be music to this ._.
thank you all for the wonderful feedback <3 and thankyou times amillion for featuring! <3 <3
On February 11th, 2011, I made my way to New York City to take an Assistant Directors Trainee test with the Directors Guild of America. Thanks to LizSmalls for letting me stay at her apartment, because if it wasn't for her, I wouldn't have been able to afford this opportunity.
Crispy and Dhakshila [fractaldust] came to visit me and we all stayed the weekend at Liz's. YAY for slumber parties! And then amysz and sel joined the party. It was good times. I miss it so much already. <3
Here are 37 New Things I Did In New York City.
This is footage I took yesterday of a strong mesocyclone. I was facing southeast, towards the Gulf of Mexico (the body of what you see is Pensacola Bay - beyond that is Gulf Breeze, Midway, and Navarre, FL - beyond that is the Gulf). This strong thunderstorm had insanely intense winds at it's core (you can see the core at the center of the screen 10 seconds in - that's where the most intense rainfall was). It's hard to see here (because I was a genius and only had my iPod handy), but that entire rain band is actually rotating. Now it didn't produce any tornadoes or anything; those are pretty difficult to have around here (it seems like the lack of a storms ability to get some good, strong, cooperative wind shear is a slim chance with the terrain - waterspouts are more likely, but are generally pretty weak).
There are two things about this storm that really made me stop my car and pull over:
1. From the 10 sec mark, I pan right. In front of the storm's core, there seemed to be a strong gust front, which seemed to behave like a weird mist; it moved rapidly up and down and around itself.
2. When we get to the 25 second mark, I have panned all the way to the left. Here you can see the rain behind the core, and it's being sucked towards the storm's central low pressure. That is an intense amount of wind at the surface, and it just is feeding this giant beast.
The real rough storm was actually behind me, but there were trees and buildings so that would have been a boring video. That one actually slammed into this one, which was moving relatively slow. Those to converged right over the beginning of the Gulf of Mexico, and while I wished they would have just made one big supercell, it didn't happen.
Anyway. Enough nerding out.
Also, sorry about my crappy finger in the shot about 5 sec in. But again, it is raw. So. There's that.
Lights reflecting on the surface of a swimming pool outside our hotel. Thought it could be useful as a resource for something :)
I'm not a video editor but i love the look at sound of the rain and water. Maybe this can come in handy for someone.
On my way from Detroit to Los Angeles for HitRECord @ the Movies.
It's one of the most remarkable sights to be flying next to a storm.
And, especially, to see how blue & crystal-perfect-clear the sky was above it. See? Nothing is as bad as it seems.
Some footage taken in London, that focuses mainly on transport; travelling via walking, trains, subway and on the bus. i thought that Wirrow's melodic piece suits the rhythm of city transport. Also i thought it could be used as stock footage for other videos that need scenes of movement and transport.
I'm going to make another verision (just mp3) with drums too.
(...and nevermind the robot crotch above my head.)
Lyrics by Vedder
Arranged by Tory Elena
Video Collaboration between Director/DP Joe Martino and Composer Zack Mitchell (Atra Aeterna). This video was shot at various abandoned/condemned locations in the New England area. Both Joe Martino and Zack Mitchell grant permission to remix and reuse as long as proper credit is given.
Joe Martino- www.vimeo.com/joemartino
Zack Mitchell- atraaeterna.com
Just some video I took from the car window on a recent trip to Vegas. This is in the Valley of Fire national park (very cool place). Hopefully someone can find a use for it.
I had trouble finding footage of a city at night for my Cinnamon video, and I had some footage of me walking around in Chicago. So here's footage if anyone else needs it.
So when I was filming in my backyard the other day I saw this lonely bird sitting in this tree so I decided to flim him.
I don't know what this could be used for but maybe someone could write a tiny little story for this guy and then someone could do a voiceover.
I don't know, just an idea.
Also does anyone know of a collab for stock footage? If not someone should start one. It would be cool to just have a collection of stock footage to choose from.
MadisenMusic's "Weep for the King" has been going around and around in spirals in my head since I heard it a few days ago. So catchy & so unnerving all rolled into one. I love it. I wanted to make a suitable creepy video to accompany it... Something that matched the song's rhythms and touched on the themes. So I had a bit of fun experimenting. (i.e. This video doesn't take itself too seriously.)
There's so much great footage of children on hitRECord - I love all the old 8mm films that are on the site, so I wanted to utilise as much as I could. I think there's only one small snippet of public domain footage - the rest is from hitRECorders. We're building up such a fantastic archive of material on this site!
Shot a time lapse of the sunset and mirrored it. Thought it looked neat, esp. with the plane looking like a shooting star. Have a gander, REmix it, or whatever you please. Enjoy :)
**thanks to my other half for helping me **
he's actually not on the site, I'll just get up and go tell him....
Just mucking around one day and made a Particular smoke trail running around the screen...
Though it would be a waste to just delete it from my computer.
really like the ocean waves video, tried to make it a bit more dreamy looking.
Long time HR! Ive been wanting to get back to recording since I got to spend a couple hours with Liz and Sherb several weeks ago so here goes. I was just testing out my goPro at Universal and figured someone could use this for something on here.
Also, digging the new uploader/layout.
I went on a boat tour while I was visiting my brother down in Florida back in March. This is just some stock footage I would like to share. :)
*This is my favorite of the 3 vids
A remix of 'To This', made (with love) to commemorate the special occasion of Miss Lizzie Mackie's 21st birthday! <3
(N.B. I recommend playing this in full screen mode for the full hypnotic experience!)
Test #1 with Canon G12 and CHDK. In Athens February 012.
Using Ultra Intervalometer: chdk.wikia.com/wiki/UBASIC/Scripts:_Ultra_Intervalometer
take a ride with me!!! ... just some raw footage of my elevator in my building..
***NOTE*** THIS FOOTAGE IS H.264 if you are going to remix it i would suggest converting it to PRO RES 422 .. it will save you heart ache :)
I took 1440 photos during 2 hours (every 5 sec). This is the 24fps version I thought it could be used as a "time goes by" in any video. Here to take. Enjoy it!
When I have some time, I'll do a turtorial on how to do these at different qualities and budgets, and some other stop mo stuff.
This 720p Timelapse was made using the free (and rather awesome) iMotion HD ios app, available on iPad and iPhone. It has some disadvantages from programs of a more full pro nature (not to mention it's built in hardware restraints) and a 720p limit, but is still really really awesome, and it's ability be a fully set up timelapse cam in your pocket, great.
When I get around to turtorials, though, I'll also hit on the top of the tech Dragon (aka Dragonframe) stop motion.
This is at a pretty high resolution, downloading looks much better.
I know its extremely short, but this was just an experiment. I plan on going back soon to make a longer version(: