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McNally 12-12-2009 10:27 AM

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Originally Posted by DJ Trashy (Post 625842)
It's bad when you cuss at your own self for shaking and pointing in the wrong direction....

I do that all the time, like my brain is segmented into different parts. If I record some half-assed audio, I get annoyed when I try to edit it. "What kinda jerk off recorded this? This sucks!"

DJ Trashy 12-12-2009 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Junkenstein (Post 625845)
I think Spooky just forgot that McNally now only does editing, and thought he was in charge of shooting the thing.

C'mon Trashy, i know you're doin it on purpose.

I think it's just that Spooky's neurons haven't yet adjusted to spinning counter-clockwise down under...
:D

Some Kid 12-12-2009 03:14 PM

Funniest KATGtv yet.The 15 minutes passed so fast, and McNally did a superb job on the editing.

thepetek 12-12-2009 04:50 PM

I'm enjoying the 'behind the scenes' look at the editing process, even if it seemed to start from a bad place. I haven't done any editing since 2 channels of video, one audio and a time track. Or was it two audio? I didn't do much of it.

I'm curious whether you keep the sound and video together, McNally, or sync them in the end?

Either way, I have no complaints about the final product.

Again, though, thanks for the look at the process. Would have been easy to blow off this thread, but instead we got a rundown of what the job entails. Very cool.

spooky 12-12-2009 08:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Rufio (Post 625670)
McNally wasnt even there, he had to edit it with the footage that was given to him, so considering that its not really up to him how a shot pans out

If the video quality is good enough, you can, as I said, digitally zoom in on the image in post production and pan and scan as needed. You see it in the news all the time, sometimes in film, too.

But I didn't know what the quality was that McNally received.

So, if the quality was high enough, it actually is up to him.

McNally 12-12-2009 09:29 PM

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Originally Posted by thepetek (Post 625879)
I'm curious whether you keep the sound and video together, McNally, or sync them in the end?

In this case it was a mix of two audio tracks, mainly the center camera because it seemed to get Keith the best, and a bit from the camera on the left because it picked up more crowd laughter. I did a quick mix at the start, but the occasional video glitches would glitch up the audio as well, throwing the two out of sync. So once the video was all done I did another pass of the audio alone to make sure the levels seemed okay and that the two tracks stayed together.

Diglass 12-12-2009 09:58 PM

It would be so much easier to hate Keith if he wasn't one of my top 3 comedians.

thepetek 12-13-2009 02:16 AM

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Originally Posted by McNally (Post 625901)
In this case it was a mix of two audio tracks, mainly the center camera because it seemed to get Keith the best, and a bit from the camera on the left because it picked up more crowd laughter. I did a quick mix at the start, but the occasional video glitches would glitch up the audio as well, throwing the two out of sync. So once the video was all done I did another pass of the audio alone to make sure the levels seemed okay and that the two tracks stayed together.

Uh, pretty much wow. Always been audio editing that has grated me more than video. Very smooth here.

raym 12-13-2009 02:25 PM

I don't see the video? I would love to see it, where's the link? Although, I was there and I know Keith did a great job. The audio, for all our shows there are always recorded by the sound guy, yet this was this kid's first night working there and for some reason, he didn't know he was suppose to record it? That sucked, I should have gone over w/ him before the show. So I apologize that the audio from their sound board was not available. There is a chance that it was automatically recorded into the sound board and archived, but I doubt it. Ed the head audio tech hasn't responded to my email in regards to that.

icewater 12-13-2009 02:54 PM

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Originally Posted by stryfe (Post 625603)
Thissssss!

Double-this - "Don't embarrass me! THIS IS MY BIG NIGHT!"


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