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Vollkommen (Completly or Perfectly)


Michi
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"Vollkommen" (Completly or Perfectly) is made with CIN. Cin was ideal there. I layered 6 times the same shot. Then I assigned speed keyframes: For all 6 at the same place at the beginning and at the end. Then I chose a separate speed for each track, but corrected towards the end so that at the last keyframe point, again all 6 tracks are in sync. And the ingenious thing about CIN is that the sound is changed together with the video, both stay in sync.

https://tube.tchncs.de/videos/watch/32a8e202-e497-48bc-bee5-58efbd14fd1b


The story is: That there is someone who says: "I am completely dissatisfied", over and over again, but towards the end it becomes "I am completely  satisfied". It's a bit of a shame that you can't really translate the content of the video. But maybe you can still get a little idea of what this is all about.


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phylsmith2004
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Interesting - I did not understand a word of it (ha, ha).


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Michi
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It's ingenious that in CIN you can increase or decrease speed smoothly with keyframes while keeping video in sync with audio. Not even Vegas Pro can do that.
Here I'm running a scene that starts and ends normally. There's a progression there. In the middle of the video, the images and audio of these six identical tracks diverge: three run a little faster, then they get slower than 100. Three tracks run a little slower (about 95 speed) and toward the end they catch up by getting faster, about 105, to finally all get back in sync at the end.

And in the story starts with someone whining, saying he is perfect unhappy. Then what he says changes and at the end he says relaxed: I am perfect and happy.

CIN GG made this possible for me. Thank you


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