Director: Tristan Watkins (TriFlix Films)
My Website: http://www.triflixfilms.com
Producer: X-Truth (Taurus Hearns Jr.)
X Truth's Website: https://seemrecords.com/x-truth.php
Crash course in the making of a contest videos. See the full process... Enjoy!
A meta sketch about making video... Enjoy!
Behind the scenes of how we came up with such a meta video and some social media news... Enjoy!
FILMS - No one likes clowns... Enjoy!
LOL next up a mime taking out the clown?
YASSSS! I have been pondering the idea of making all of the contest entries (I submit some to Production Crate and others to Film Fights) part of a continuous series. Almost like a tv show with episodes. I'll talk to David about it Saturday @FlyingBanana78
@TriFlixFilms Hey, congrats on making the Playlist with the latest ProductionCrate contest!
Thanks @tddavis! We've been trying hard to put out consistent content and its great to see the fruits of our labor
This was for a contest and twas a lot of fun to make... Enjoy!
Visiting Chicago with my lovely lady... Enjoy!
You have come a long way with your editing and transitions/cuts. Awesome video and thanks for sharing it. The only that that seemed out of place was around 3:23 with the Ferris wheel when it was masked out during the transition. Glad to see no one got stabbed or shot, you are braver than I visiting Chicago
If you edited that with Hitfilm you deserve a medal, considering how much effort would be required for each transition. That said: maybe a few less of them and a little faster in a few places to be more subliminal and less about the transition itself? Very interesting to watch, great choices of music and editing to the beat; which is why I suspect you used something other than Hitfilm
Thanks @FlyingBanana78! Likewise, glad we didn't get stabbed lol. I appreciate the compliments and feedback, always trying to improve
Sadly, I am unfit for such a medal... I used FCPX @Palacono and have been working to increase my library of sfx, vfx, and other assets. Everything is neat and organized making projects like this much more attainable! I love HitFilm for its 3D model features and VFX work, but FCPX is still my editor of choice for projects like this.