@oluja - Wow, amazing - fantastic use of visual effects producing quite a work of art - and a really touching message at the end, too! I was hooked from beginning to end!!! Full marks for your creativity…
I can imagine it was!! Thank for posting!!
PS I’m intrigued as to how you created the text effect for example ending at 1.05…
Loved it, especially the voiceover at the beginning and the titles as well as the focus on the action. Well thought out and beautifully executed. I just had to look up the Croatian at the end “Volim te TATA” - “I love you DAD”.
Hi A lot of good work and close ups. I thought it was an ad for Sthil. I would have liked to see the narrator and a few more mid shots. Keep at it it’s not easy to please everyone. Remember to please yourself and keep memories alive. Good 1st try
Don’t be too hard on yourself now - the video was great! I’d look forward to your next one…
Yes, I wondered that - for me one beauty of the video is that faces are not shown - which adds to the mystery!!
I could replicate the first bit of the text effect in Shtcut using Text:HTML, but yes, making the letters vanish in a puff of smoke would be impossible right now in Shotcut. Do you mind me asking which program you used for the text effects?
I agree with all the positive posts - good choice of a voice-over and of slowing down parts of the video .
Just the first few seconds of the voice-over were diffcult to comprehend due to the rain. This tip of Austin might help you in the future:
How can I control brightness contrast separately track wise. Means In one video track brightness low and in another track such as text track brightness may be high.
When I want to do this all tracks become same brightness features. But I want different brightness in different track separately.