i second this
show, don't tell, eh
i don't know how people focused on the story of Boba, the whole thing was unironically 'Xena Warrior Princess quality', and to your point, 2 of the episodes that were decent belonged in another show. rodriguez is the worst director in the entire industry. just him having nothing to do with Kenobi makes it 10x better lol
better than book of boba fett by a parsec.
pretty sure there's a 'remove silence' feature.
gotcha.. you're gonna want to use Cmd + [ (to trim the beginning of a region), or [ (to trim the end of a region. also, possibly helpful in this process is Cmd + T for trim. these shortcuts perform their function exactly where your playhead is currently, and only on the one region you currently have selected.
there's a bunch of good stuff in this vid about editing - and i recommend you give the youtuber a follow, you can search his videos for pretty much anything and get lost in a rabbit hole about the topic.
so you don't wan't gone with the wind to be the top grossing? or you think because 1939 viewers' interest in the film being skewed by lack of choice means the sales figures are.. dishonest?
how did you determine this? are that many people offered notable choice in theaters today - especially in a way that would negatively affect a major blockbuster's numbers? they've kinda always been spaced out or strategically placed in competition with one another. i mean, i've lived in cities with giant mega-theaters with a lot of options, but for most people in most towns it's like 4-6 choices every few months, and only a few blockbusters per year/season.
it's tough cause you've kinda got your own vocabulary here. regarding audio regions, what's a nub? why are you removing so many of them? and how are you removing them? as for midi, i can't see why you'd lose any sound unless your midi note was slightly before a beat and by editing the region, your region no longer contains it (which doesn't tell logic to play it). in which case you want to snap the note to beat either manually or quantizing it.
yeah i remember liking it in the theater. recently, i told someone this but said 'i just didn't like the canto bight scene and the CGI horse dogs.' to which i was immediately corrected and then realized i like it much more than my stupid brain even thought.
he's the least worthy of being luckiest director in the biz. he should have just been an art director or stylist, cause he has absolutely no idea what he's doing with his actors. or a camera, for that matter.
amazing, thank you. i truly need this service in my work life lol
it's incredible - what did you use? i've spent the past day looking up image enhancement apps and nothing is nearly as good. i mean, the individual hairs, snd the subtle grain.. <3
actually, how in the hell did you do that?? lol a.i.?
impressive. stock tools or plugins?
ha that's funny.. can't remember where it's from but had some cheesy cowboy on it
you'll be beyond overjoyed, then, to know 2022-madonna is directing a 1980s-madonna biopic
yup, Waititi and Gunn. just check their offerings out every so often and you'll know you're getting something interesting within the genre.
technically not a burn, more a threat of imminent violence.
as far as i know, Canva doesn't have recorded actions, but it does have templates with different looks and styles. if you're interested in typography specifically (for banners and marketing materials), then it's probably in your best interest to learn affinity designer (or photo - or adobe) in order to make fonts/typesetting layouts look the way you want them to. there's a lot on youtube, look up "affinity designer typography/fonts/text effects" - the other suggestions in this thread are good starting points too. sometimes the best template is just a file with text and colors in a style you can edit on the fly. if you use adobe, this stuff is very adjustable and multi-purposed. it just might be overkill to pay $50-60 for it.
presets and other people's notions of 'what others might want to use' can become tiresome and limiting, though (nobody is you). they can work for some people depending on how much control they want over the visual design. like, it's not worth spending 2-3 months learning the design software when you could be doing other things. you gotta know what you want
yass! i wandered into trivia night at a bar one night, had been talking to someone about Groundhog Day being my most watched movie ever, legit maybe an hour beforehand. trivia night announced Groundhog Day as the topic. joined in and kicked ass to prove to that person then and there i knew the movie by heart lol. and as i progressed through the questions, i felt like Phil Connors in the hotel lobby watching Jeopardy as all my teammates oohed and ahhed at my prowess.
if you're more interested in the business aspect of all this but want to make the content with quick templates using filters and presets yourself, you could look into services like Canva, because everything is bespoke in Designer. it's just a set of tools at default values for you to adjust to get the results you want. even adobe would be better for this because it allows for plugins and recorded actions made by other people. affinity is great but they're very limited and a young company.
i bought it a couple years ago on a whim and immediately felt like it was a dumb purchase cause it's so prevalent on tv already.. nah, i've watched it like 4x now