Here is the version before my final video. In my final I added a title page, with my name and student id and the module name and code. I also trimmed down both of the lengths of the time-lapse videos because they seemed too long for the length of an advert.
Adobe Premier Pro and Adobe After Effects were the two main software’s that i used throughout this process. I had never used them before so something’s too longer than expected to learn, but once I got the hang of it they were easier to use. Although it was difficult because I had never used them before, they were a good learning curve, which I would now have a basic knowledge of in the future.
When deciding which audio to use for my final video, I had to chose between three options. However, I chose this song because it suited the flow and style of my video, and move quite freely with the speed of the skateboarder.
When attempting to do the process of 3-D text, I started to track the points of the video but when it completed, there were far too many tracking points to be able to find a space that the text could sit and also suit the positioning of the video.. So I changed the idea of this and created a text with a drop shadow so that it still had the 3-D look about it.
To add to the different types of multimedia that I’ve used within this project, I decided to add 3D text to my time lapse video. I chose this shot because it had a good surface that I could put the text onto. I did this using Adobe After Effects.
Here is a screen shot of when I started my project. I firstly created my title page for the project, I did this by importing a photo from Photoshop and then using Premiers title tool. Also for the next frame I used After Affects to create the title of the project using the type writer effect; I chose this one because it was the one that fit in with the style of my project.
I arranged my storyboard frames on Adobe Premier so when I’m ready to start editing my videos, I can easily just replace the frames with the videos to find where they’re supposed to go.