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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Ph0b0s, Sep 10, 2017.
If you do not mind, I'll leave my videos here! I hope you will enjoy
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Stunning work!! I love all your videos, music selection is always perfect! Im guessing you make custom cameras to record these scenes, yes ?
Yes, of course. Standard cameras don't is able to show such dynamics
Wow wow wow!
These are just awesome, great work!
May I ask how much you edited the overall image in your editor? If this is your in game look you should definitely share your settings, ppfilter and reshade with us
The best I've seen on racing games. Your photographic eye ir really something. And the soundtrack is also very good.
Keep them coming and don't forget the classics.
Very nice. Honestly best AC videos I've ever seen. Subscribed and saving the rest for the big screen at home. Have you ever tried mixing in some of the car sounds too?
Doh couldn't resist and watched one more and it had the car sounds too. I'm really blown away at how good the Supra one is.
Thank you so much!
I use Natural Graphic mod 3.8 (http://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/natural-graphics-mod.4551/) and blue_steel ppfilter. And also I use minimal color correction in the editor (Sony Vegas 12), to make the video more saturated. But this is not always.
Yes, thank you for the kind words
I tried to mix sounds, it's very exciting and time-consuming process. I don't have time for this
Working with sound is a separate job and it can take up to as much time as video editing
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Seems like the "blue_steel" filter is doing this for your videos. I will check it out! I mixed a lot of different graphic mods but in the end it looks kind of similar to what I had with the natural mod, so it must be the pp filter
Thanks for the reply!
And as someone who mixes rock and metal music for friends and my self: yes, it can take even longer than editing a video. And when it doesn't it will always sound a bit like crap at at least one moment of the whole video and human beings are quite quick at being scared off by sounds.
In Short: a "agree" on not using too many mixed sounds
Your scene should be about to look like (sorry for the FPS... ):
Record from my cockpit, mouse driver...
And example only NGM3.8:
It would be great if you could go into detail on how you create those custom cameras?
I usually make short clips and gifs, and would love to know how you're getting those shots.