Michael Bay posts behind the scenes video on creating and editing Revenge of the Fallen
Saturday, September 12th, 2009 10:20PM CDTCategories: Movie Related News, People News, Digital Media News
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M Bay's site ShootfortheEdit.com has posted behind the scenes look of the creation and editing of Revenge of the Fallen. In the video you get to see some of the people behind the magic of the film and how things came together. Check it out below:
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Posted by mattyc1007 on September 13th, 2009 @ 6:28am CDT
That laptop must have some powerfull or cybertronain stuff under the hood, to do that.
HD and Micheal Bay? This set of films wont have been just been the directors and editors, for the music artists, LP and Steve did a great job, I wouldnt mind hearing their comments off the film?
Posted by Convotron on September 13th, 2009 @ 8:47am CDT
Posted by Alex Jones on September 13th, 2009 @ 1:26pm CDT
Posted by magnusalpha on September 14th, 2009 @ 12:15am CDT
Posted by Joshua Vallse on September 14th, 2009 @ 3:51am CDT
Regardless, Avid doesn't shock me too much. Others like Vegas and Final Cut and After effects and Shake and so on and so forth seem to do just fine.
The trouble with being an FX artist, is that each FX house is trying to develop their own software. So though your great at Lightwave, and you've worked with ILM.....You try to get a job at Sony and don't know Shake and your out of luck. This is what I never liked about the bizz. I mean I like diversity, but a new software every other year? And being biased towards FX artist just because you want to develop your own drone army loyal to your name brand. Ugh....disgusting.
Sorry, I don't know if I'm addressing the subject at hand anymore. But if this is just an ad for Avid, what little respect I have left for this man is being vomited back up. Blegh!