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Published on Sep 10, 2011
Let's get a couple things straight...
1. This was *not* my idea. I simply saw the trailer, and it was in the highest rated comments. All I did was perfect it. (Sorry some of the text is in German or something though).
2. Sorry if you think I'm a dick after reading the rest of the description - it 's just that I usually don't finish hard work. I put a lot of time into this, and I can't help but point out everything. I'm also just blown away at how well a random movie's trailer music will fit with a random game's trailer.
There are several versions of these on YouTube, but I 'm pretty sure the most time on this one. Sony Vegas was VERY slow because the original video is in 1080p (my computer wasn't incredible at the time of making this), and the only way to see everything correctly synced together was to render it, which takes a long time, even if the quality is crap. So, what I ended up doing was editing, rendering in poor quality to check syncage, editing again, rendering again, and so forth until I was comfortable enough with it to render it in 1080p.
In result, I put in a LOT of time on things that I want, friends at school call me a perfectionist, and all-in-all it has taken more than 7 hours. Almost all the timing is perfect, but one of the reasons for that is because I did some minor editing that goes, to me, completely undetected to make it sync much better and overall way more epic. There is one bit of editing I did that is noticeable, but nobody really cares.
This is everything I did, see if you can notice them after I tell you what they are. I did the editing, and even I can't see some of it.
-I stretched or shortened (can't remember, too lazy to check now) the song by about a second to make it fit better, but there is NO way to tell.
-The silence in the music when the character looks up into a shadow is extended less than a second to make jumping out of the vent, and pulling the wire synced better, and that isn't really noticeable.
-A few seconds are cut from the video when the music gets really epic, and being me, the timing could not be off that much.
-The video was stretched about a second from when the music get's really epic to when it goes to black.
-And finally, I cut out the title "static" at the end, and extended a black screen.
And would you believe it, I messed up a bit. When it shows the title at the end, you can hear the BF3 tone for a split second, but there is no way I am going to go through the rendering time to HD AGAIN, especially for something that small.