Posted by Permtong (U15934379) on Tuesday, 3rd December 2013
Blimey this thread kicked into overdrive again after being on hiatus for a while.
I guess that means the "Crazy Editing" "Rapid Zooming..." threads ground to a halt.
We can't have the wobbly cameras getting one up on the execrable noise pollution can we. It would't be right. Think of all those 'entertainment technologists' jobs that are at stake; but having said that, I'm not sure how many you need to wobble a camera and how many you need to plaster a drizzle of noise over the content. Anyone fancy a degree course on the subject, fees repayable over thirty years. Meantime just use the statistics they use for lightbulbs - should come out more or less right.
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