Shooting a Video

  • dyfrin
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hey guys, going to try to make a music video for drunk driving, and trying to figure out how to do a car crash, the camera being inside like the first person view of the passenger and when hit the camera flips and goes black.

Without destroying a pretty expensive prop (the car), how do you emulate this?
Software?
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  • digitalMedia
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I think the best way to emulate this is by using some clever quick cuts, a shaking camera, maybe some composited glass flying and some footage from a car the has been wrecked.
  • George L.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I checked out that guy's profile in youTube. His name is Lasse?
In there, he mentioned about what software he was using to build all the techie, funny, crazy videos...

http://youtube.com/user/lassegg?ob=1
  • Belk Media Group
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A cheaper and easier way to do it would be to do like Digital Media said but you don't need composite glass or any ohter special effects, if you have good sound effects. Some slow motion tehniques can make things look more intense than what they actually are, too. You don't necessarily have to show a wrecked car to get your point across.

http://www.myspace.com/darkdaylightfilms
  • neksus
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Film it like the Forgotten.
Be inside the car and watch something come towards you.
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I would try to ask permission to use video of car crashes from YouTube.

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