Sharing Newbie's music video clips for advice

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snoopy2006

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Sharing Newbie's music video clips for advice

PostTue May 24, 2022 5:07 pm

Hello all,
I'd be happy to share my latest music video clip which I produced with DR 18 Beta. I am a real newbie and would really appreciate any comment, ideas, recommendations etc. to better my work.
Having creative fun with a friend who composes music and sings, I write the lyrics, film and produce the video clip.



Please be kind and don't laugh, currently, I'm filming with my OnePlus 7T smart phone and a gimble (yea, this is just a hobby at this time).

I am considering purchasing beginners' camera for increased control and quality of the image. Would any one of you have a recommendation for a camera around 700 to 800$/€ for noobs?

Thanks for your feedback.


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Re: Sharing Newbie's music video clips for advice

PostWed Jun 01, 2022 3:38 pm

As a YouTube connoisseur, one thing that I find very common and always annoying is the inclusion of delays, off-topic or irrelevant content.

In this case, I really appreciate the complete lack of any "Like, Subscribe, blah blah" nonsense. So thank you for that.

But there is some material in there I would rather you left out - the start and end titles. They're unnecessary and only delay my getting to the content I want to see at the start, and the next video I want to see at the end.

So...begin the music video right away. Add the artist's name and song title to a lower third, MTV style. And when the music is over, just fade to black and end the video. Include any copyright info also as a lower third near the end.

In other words - get in quick, get out quick. Don't waste the viewer's time.
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Re: Sharing Newbie's music video clips for advice

PostThu Jun 02, 2022 11:20 am

Jim Simon wrote:As a YouTube connoisseur, one thing that I find very common and always annoying is the inclusion of delays, off-topic or irrelevant content.

In this case, I really appreciate the complete lack of any "Like, Subscribe, blah blah" nonsense. So thank you for that.

But there is some material in there I would rather you left out - the start and end titles. They're unnecessary and only delay my getting to the content I want to see at the start, and the next video I want to see at the end.

So...begin the music video right away. Add the artist's name and song title to a lower third, MTV style. And when the music is over, just fade to black and end the video. Include any copyright info also as a lower third near the end.

In other words - get in quick, get out quick. Don't waste the viewer's time.


Hi Jim,

Thanks a lot for your feedback. I completely understand what you are saying and appreciate the insight. Will take this into consideration for the next productions.

Take care.
Thierry.
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