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What a great a post. Many thanks for sharing this with us!!!!
Sandeep, I hope it's useful for some people. I think for me it is. I'm considering too that website for future projects. And thanks to Ryan Connolly on Film Riot for sharing this.
Florin Şumălan I am going to check out the site as well. Would love to see what you have done with the footage once its completed.
Sandeep Sharma, I don't know when I will use that footage, or if I will really use that, but I took that website in consideration and if I will need some shots, I think I will look on that too.
I don't want to show off, but since you said that you would love to see what I have done with that footage, maybe you would like to see a short film I've done recently with footage from a video game ("Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair").
This is the link, if you want to watch:
Awesome! Thanks for sharing :)
Florin Şumălan Thanks for sharing your project and nice work on it!
Florin Şumălan I have NEVER heard of this game until now, and WOW, what a cool tool!
Karen "Kay" Ross, it's a game from the 90's. People can learn from video games like this; I learned things from this, I like this game. I would like to see a video game where you have more freedom - create your script, choose characters, be the actor and do the actions (like you usually do in a video game), set up your shots, shoot, edit, score and the rest . There is a new game (cinematography simulator): "Cine Tracer". It doesn't have all the features I mentioned, but it's a good game, I think. This is what it looks like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4Lkp7eysxM
Good idea of getting stock footage. Can you tell how you line the different shots? Any special software?
Vivek Vijay Natu, there are many video editing programs (if that is what you mean). Check this if you want: https://www.creativebloq.com/features/best-video-editing-software-for-de...