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VILLAINOUS DESTINY PREMIERE DATE:  July, 2000

VIDEO: Various - VHS & LD

MUSIC:  It's a Sin 

                 by The Pet Shop Boys

 

EQUIPMENT:  PII 333 - DC50 card

                           Adobe Premiere 5.1

                           Adobe After Effects 4.0

 

CONTESTS / AWARDS:

AnimeExpo 2000

    - Best Action/Adventure finalist
AWA 7 Exhibition Contest

This was my fist completely digital Anime music Video. I used this video to learn Premiere 5.1 and After Effects. When I first heard the song, many villains from Anime pop into my head. From there I tried to incorporate as many villains as practical from both current and old anime titles. The video took about a month to do, most of the time spend on the introduction in After Effects and hunting down footage of villains.

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THE WILD BOYS PREMIERE DATE:  July, 2000

VIDEO: Akira & 

               Megazone 23 Part 2 - VHS

MUSIC:  The Wild Boys 

                 by Duran Duran

EQUIPMENT:  PII 333 - Bravado 2000

                           Adobe Premiere 4.0

 

CONTESTS / AWARDS:

AnimeExpo 2000

 

I had original created this video back in 1994 using two VCRs. When I got my first digital editing board for my computer, I decided to re-master this video. After my first two video, Akira was very popular and I wanted to create a music video for it. I chose the song Wild Boys since it was perfect for the characters in Akria. When I went through the movie, I realized there was not enough footage that I wanted for the video. I therefore search for something else along the same lines and found that Megazone 23 Part 2 had a very similar character theme. Thus I used both videos and it became my  first video with more than 2 Anime titles.
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THOSE POOR GUYS IN RED PREMIERE DATE:  April, 1998

VIDEO:   Star Trek; The Original Series

MUSIC:  Another One Bites the Dust

                 by Queen

EQUIPMENT:  PII 333 - Bravado 2000

                           Adobe Premiere 4.0

 

CONTESTS / AWARDS:

 

NONE

I originally made this video for a panel I did on Star Trek back in 1994 with two VCRs. I wanted to portray all the red shirt deaths seen in the original Star The series. I played the video at several Star Trek conventions as well and the crowed seemed to love it every time. When I got my first editing card back in 1998, I decided to re-master this video. I was sure to add all the deaths since I was missing a few from the original version as well as a few minor digital effects to make it work more with the music. This is probably my best comedy video I've done to date (including Anime) and probably my most popular no-anime one as well. In Spring of 2002, I was told of a Star Trek music video contest at one of the conventions so I decided to send this video in and was surprised when it won!
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GUNDAM 0083 PREMIERE DATE:  March, 1994

VIDEO:   Gundam 0083 OVA - LDs

MUSIC:  Danger Zone 

                 by Kenny Loggins

EQUIPMENT:  2 VHS Hi-Fi VCRs

 

CONTESTS / AWARDS:

 

NONE

This was the second Anime Video I ever did. Again it used two VCR methods. It was only shown at local clubs but was very well received. I planned on submitting this to AnimeExpo 1994 contest, but missed the deadline. This video was well edited and took forever to work completely with the music. I was going to remake this one, but since the song has been used so much I think I'll leave it the way it is.
DOWNLOAD VIDEO  (Mpeg1 - 45 meg)

ORANGE ROAD PREMIERE DATE:  September, 1993

VIDEO:   Orange Road TV/OVA - LDs

MUSIC:  I Only Wanna Be With You 

                 by Samantha Fox

EQUIPMENT:  2 VHS Hi-Fi VCRs

CONTESTS / AWARDS:

 

NONE

This was my first anime music Video I did. I used the Japanese laser disk box set to make the video. I have only shown this video at local clubs and it has never been in any contests. At that point I had lots of experience with the VCR to VCR method and therefore this video turned out quite good.
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  Vlad G. Pohnert - October, 2003