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Hey everyone. Just thought I would post this in here because I don't know anywhere else on this site I should post it. It is a short little test my friend and I did with our new camera. We just recently bought a Panasonic DVX 100b. We edited it on my friends Powerbook G4. Basically this is the start of why I will soon be purchasing a Macbook Pro for editing and the such. Please share any comments / criticism / or ideas. Thanks for checking it out guys!

BTW: We did a sort of parody off of the movie "Rounders", a poker film, but with our own twist. Enjoy. :black:


http://media.putfile.com/POKER101
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I see... so you want us to critique your movie?
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Reminds me when we had our m-f movie festival that no one participated in.
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Ah, im new to the forums, but yea i just thought id share it with anyone. We are just starting to make short films and its the main reason im buying the macbook. I like final cut pro, and seems like mac is just the way to go, I don't even have a mac yet and im pretty sure I won't ever buy a pc again.
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Well I had a look and I think that it is really good.
If only I had FCP and a decent video camera when I had done my Media Studies A Level. I might have got me a decent grade for the short film module.
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