Video: Eye of the Tiger - Ultimate Cat Fights

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Video: Eye of the Tiger - Ultimate Cat Fights

Post by XiRoCCo »

Eye of the Tiger is a 4 minute video of my cats fighting (hard - very hard) set to Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger". The fight sequences are synced to the music.

I would enjoy any comments you may have on the following:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQxUHiyjqJo

This was shot on a Panasonic PV-GS500 MiniDV camcorder and edited in VS10.
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Re: Member Sample Video: Eye of the Tiger - Ultimate Cat Fig

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XiRoCCo wrote:Eye of the Tiger is a 4 minute video of my cats fighting (hard - very hard) set to Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger". The fight sequences are synced to the music.

I would enjoy any comments you may have on the following:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQxUHiyjqJo

This was shot on a Panasonic PV-GS500 MiniDV camcorder and edited in VS10.
I am a dog type of guy (Dogs Rule!) :wink:
However, I thoroughly enjoyed your video :lol:
Good stuff :!:
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Post by VikingAnimations »

Very cool! Image Nice job...
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Post by XiRoCCo »

thanks to both of you for the kind words ...

i have 3 dogs - maybe that'll be the next project :mrgreen:
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Post by sjj1805 »

First time I viewed the video I was at work - no sound card - and so wondered what all the 'puss' was about.
I soon discovered when I got home and watched it again - this time with sound.

WOW, Purrrfect.

There have been several requests from forum members about how to synchronise the audio and video, if you can put it into a tutorial it will be very popular.

Well done.
:D :D :D
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Post by XiRoCCo »

sjj1805 wrote:...There have been several requests from forum members about how to synchronise the audio and video, if you can put it into a tutorial it will be very popular.
I will do my best to make the time for this in the coming days/weeks. It's on my calendar now :)

Again - thanks for all of the kind words. While by no means a cinema masterpiece - it was a fun video to put together. As I am writing this - my cats are killing each other not 10 feet in front of my desk. Will the good video footage never end? :P
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Post by Wilde Racing »

Some of those clips, well OK most of those clips are hilarious, I love watching the "sneak attacks". Great video editing material. And the song fits very nicely..
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Post by MrA »

Actually just getting to this area of the forum tonight, and, very impressed with all submitted ..

LOL, who does not love a great cat fight.. very well done..