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How to Shoot a War Scene on a Tight Budget

See how to use just three people to create a full war scene complete with explosions within four days.

For the shooting anyway. Still not clear how long this took to assemble in post.



via Neatorama

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Presto Videoworks 6 also would work to do this all, except for the green screen part, that's where it has a little trouble.
netxtc9 years ago
Simply amazing, I had no idea , I knew about the green screens but only 4 ppl? Wow. Great job, thanks for taking the time to share it.
Sedgewick179 years ago
What kind of computer program whould you need to do something like this?
Many. Individual images: Gimp, Photoshop 2d Effects (Some 3d) - After Effects Complete 3d (ex. the boat) - Maya Editing - Premiere, iMovie, anything but windows movie maker Total cost (including a nice-ass computer to run it): Couple G's. That's $2 - 5,000. AcademicSuperstore.com has amazing prices on software. Oh, and Maya is what, $1,000/year for a license? It's not a cheap business :P.
CyrusII9 years ago
amazing,now i want to get into making movies
This sort of amazement happened for me a long time ago. That's why I go to a magnet school in Digital Filmmaking
Tayl90mm9 years ago
MY FAVORITE COLOR IS GREEN!!!
I really want to find out too. Looks very fun.
I know final cut pro has alot of this stuff in it but most people can't use it to save themselves, you could 99% in Ulead videostudio 9.0 (it has alot of unused potential hidden in sub menus) and Imovie HD is an impressive program for macs, more so because it's free.
KentsOkay9 years ago
One word: W00T!AWESOME!
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