Aug. 7th, 2014 04:47 pm
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
I swear I remember a scene in an MCU movie with Captain America's frozen body, on a bed or operating table. (I seem to recall it was fairly dimly-lit, blue-toned, and only very brief.) The only remotely similar scene I can find is from the start of Captain America, when the rescuers find Steve's frozen shield.

Was it a deleted scene? Am I just imagining it? Can anyone help?
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
Two nights of work and I actually have thirty-eight seconds of timeline that I'm mostly happy with.


(Dear non-vidders, yes, this is actually a victory. :))
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
It's days like this I really wish I had vidding friends in my city, so I could go and watch how they work their magic. It's not the technical aspects of using vidding software (that stumbling block comes later!) so much as trying to make decisions that's stumping me, and it's something I just haven't done enough vidding to have practice in.

(This thought brought to you by the realisation that I have spent all evening fucking about with this and I have exactly two clips on the timeline that I'm actually happy with. :))
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
Yay! Awesome fanvid idea! Woo!

...now I have to wait for source material. Boo.

(Also, buying all the source material on iTunes is going to cost me about a hundred and fifty bucks. Maybe I should refrain and just wrangle with DVD-ripping instead. :/)

Anybody got up-to-date tips for DVD ripping (for vidding with legit DVDs I own, not for piracy, ie HQ viddable output required) on a Mac? It's been ages since I dealt with that.
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
Now that I have a shiny new iMac (*pats it happily*) I'm really itching to get back to vidding; it's been a long time since I made anything, and I miss it.

The trouble is, I am way way behind the curve on technical stuff - best practices for ripping and encoding for quality, that kind of thing. I have plenty of vid ideas, I'm just ... lacking in the confidence to tackle them, I guess.

Software-wise, I've got Final Cut Pro X + Motion + Compressor plus all the various freeware like MPEG Streamclip, and I think I may also have access to Adobe Premiere; I'm not sure whether my Creative Suite bundle included it or not.

So, vidly peoples, advice much welcome! On anything, really... just come and talk vidding to me!

And/or, does vidding chat still thrive anywhere? I wasn't there for long, back in the first days of Festivids, but I learnt a hell of a lot from it in a short span of time and everyone was awesomely friendly and helpful.
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
So I ordered one of the new iMacs, lovely machines that they are. Unfortunately they're not shipping yet so I've been sitting on my hands frustrated since December. It'll be glorious though; my current work machine is a six-year-old Mac Pro and there's something just Not Right about it - it's pretty much ready for the glue factory, and as a result I'm getting very little done because it's just so offputting. It'll be nice to have a fast, fast, fast machine in its place.

Which of course means that my brain is bombarding me with vid ideas left right and centre, right when I don't have a vidding-capable computer. The list is getting longer and longer, so this computer better get here soon before the list gets unmanageable (if it isn't already).

In other news, I saw Jack Reacher last night with the boyfriend. I have a general principle of boycotting all Tom Cruise movies because I don't want my money lining the pockets of the Church of Scientology, but Chris really wanted to see it so I figured I could compromise.

Other than spoilery commentary, all I can really say is "Man, Tom Cruise was trying really hard to channel Leroy Jethro Gibbs, wasn't he?"
eleanorjane: Tony Stark in Afghanistan (war)
Honestly, I'm so keen on the Avengers vid idea I have set to Spectrum by FotM that I might actually do it despite the fact that my vidding computer is horrifically old and slow and megafrustrating to use. That's how keen I am.

(Hey, it's a movie canon so at least clipping will be easy, right?)

Also, I really need more Avengers icons.


Sep. 21st, 2012 01:40 pm
eleanorjane: Tony Stark in Afghanistan (war)
I really, really want someone to vid Tony Stark to Lapdance by N.E.R.D. so I don't have to. Come on, surely someone's already done it, right? It's just made for Tony.
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
This is mostly a reminder list to myself. :)

* Harry Potter, to 'Teenagers' by MCR
* Burn Notice, Michael & Maddie (especially their season 1-3 relationship), to 'Mother Mother' by Tracey Bonham
* Farscape, John Crichton's Fucked Up Life, to 'The Fiddle and the Drum' by A Perfect Circle (still terrified of even attempting this one)
* Star Trek, Kirk/Enterprise OTP, to 'Somewhere Out There' by Our Lady Peace
* Star Trek, Kirk Is The Universe's Punching Bag, to 'Wonderful Night' by Fatboy Slim (which I was partway through and now can't find the working files for, gah!)

Edit to add:
* Iron Man, Tony Stark, to 'Heat Seeking Pleasure Machine' by Tex Perkins & Paul Mac
* Constantine, John, to 'Get Up Punk' by Mike Patton & the X-ecutioners
* Gross Pointe Blanke, to 'Greg the Stop Sign!' by TISM
* NCIS, Ziva, to 'The Humbling River' by Puscifer
* Human Target?, Chance, to 'Rebirth' by Hadouken - might work better for someone else (hmm, maybe Natasha?)
* Iron Man, Tony Stark, to 'War' - someone's already done this, right?
* Multi, lady powah, to 'Ladylike' by Storm Large - Ziva, Kensi, Beckett, etc
* Castle, Beckett, to 'Walking in My Shoes' by Depeche Mode
* Firefly, to Carillon by Sky. (The album version, not the live version.)
* Iron Man, Tony Stark, to 'Lapdance' by N.E.R.D.
* Avengers, the team (and SHIELD), to 'Spectrum' by Florence + the Machine.
* Star Trek XI, to 'Genesis' by VNV Nation?
* Star Trek XI, Spock, to "Nerve" by Luxt? Apparently I had an idea for this one, but god knows what it was...

(Plus, reminder to self, see Backpackit page for general song ideas)
eleanorjane: text: out of cheese error (out of cheese error)
So, back to working on my current vidding project, and it's not going well. That is, it's stalled around the point where it always stalls: I've got 20-30 seconds of finished-ish clip sequence, and I'm looking at the rest of the song going "...now what?" Other vidders make it look so eeeeeasy, saying what they want to say with their vids and having intelligent narratives and actually making *art* beyond a frenetic three minute string of quasi-related clips.

I think I need an expert to hold my hand and tell me what to do, but I'm beginning to suspect that - much though I love vidding, and though I'm overflowing with ideas for vids - I'm not actually cut out for it.

(It doesn't help that I'm learning a new program, either, although technical proficiency will come with practice and it's not where I'm having the obstacle anyway.)
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
Ever since Final Cut Pro X was announced a few months ago, I'd been eagerly awaiting it - I wanted to get back into vidding, I needed decent NLE software, Final Cut Pro Studio was $1600, and all the editors who'd got a first look at FCPX thought it looked like the bee's knees. Awesome. Great.

It released this week, and I blew 2/3 of my little get-new-software savings fund on it, and I'm kind of sad. I like it, personally - a lot. I think it's great for what I want, it's a great price point, and the learning curve is pleasantly un-steep (although there are some quirks around media management that I don't like, but hey, nothing's perfect).

But it's been absolutely panned by the professional video editing community, and from the sounds of it, justifiably so. It's just fundamentally lacking a lot of features that professional post editors absolutely have to have - and further, there are design decisions that are antithetical to what pro editors need, which implies they're conscious choices and unlikely to be improved-on later. This piece by Jeffery Harrell sums it up nicely.

So I can't blame the pro editors for being pretty upset about the state of things right now. I'm just... sad, I guess, that this thing that made me happy is being criticised as being utterly useless. And sad that it probably means it'll go the way of the dinosaurs - being committed to and/or invested in a dead-end piece of software is frustrating, as you never get the third-party support bigger products enjoy.

Bleh. I can't work out why the negative reaction is bothering me so much - I'm not a pro editor, why should I care? But it is, and I do. Hmph.


Worth noting, though, that it may be weak for pro editors, but FCPX is a rather nice NLE for a vidder. And cheap. Cheap is good.

so. happy.

Jun. 24th, 2011 07:20 am
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I am VIDDING, you guys. This is tremendously exciting. I have missed it so. *hugs Final Cut*

Of course, it's 7am and I have guests due today and work to do this afternoon and I totally have to sleep - somebody make me go to bed.


In other news, James McAvoy apparently ships Charles/Erik, which fills me with nearly as much :D :D :D as his suggestions for RPF pairing names.
eleanorjane: text: out of cheese error (out of cheese error)
Okay, so I've been digging around for some more info that people might find useful, as I knew I'd seen a bit of this going past my RSS reader in the last couple of days.

First up, a post from TUAW from a few days ago: More talk that the next Final Cut Pro will be the best thing since sliced bread, which talks about the positive reaction to the new FCP from those who've played with it. It also links to this post:

'Dramatic and ambitious' new Final Cut Pro to debut this spring:

One tester said the next version of FCP is "the biggest overhaul to Final Cut Pro since the original version was created over 10 years ago." Another calls the next Final Cut "dramatic and ambitious." ... [T]he next version of FCP encompasses "everything from low level architectural changes to a complete redesign of the user interface."

Jobs himself, in response to concerns from a user, 'took the time to email the user a reply and stated that the "Next release will be awesome."'

So until yesterday, that's what we knew: FCP was likely to be debuted mid-April, released mid-year, and was an ambitious ground-up redesign.

Yesterday's TUAW post following the debut has more details:

  • Full 64-bit capability (which also means it can handle more RAM).

  • Shipping in June, downloadable from the Mac App Store.

  • US$299. (Yay!)

  • Fully re-written.

  • Features improved media management, improved image quality, better colour management, new interface.

  • Fully uses all cores and the GPU on more powerful Macs.

  • Supports various media formats natively; no more transcoding!

  • Content analysis: Can detect close ups, medium, wide shots, people detection, single or groups.

  • Can start editing while imports process (or "are ingested", hee).

  • Smart Collections for better grouping of media (could be v. useful for clip management), easily filterable and sortable.

  • Better clip management, can set keywords etc.

  • Some improvements to audio/video syncing.

  • Magnetic Timeline: audio moves vertically out of the way instead of causing a trim collision.

  • One click color correction (!)

  • and lots more stuff where I don't know existing FCP well enough to comment on what's an improvement.

It sounds, to me, like there will be a lot of changes to adapt to, but also a lot more awesome - and for those of us who (like me) are pretty new to the more sophisticated video editing packages, it sounds like an awesome place to get started. I can't wait.

And for those who want a sneak preview, this TUAW post has a couple of 25+ minute videos; the first one is the presentation, the second one is a demo.


Apr. 14th, 2011 07:01 am
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
Apple has just announced Final Cut Pro X, available in June-ish. Reviewers who've had access to it suggest that it's the best thing since sliced awesome.

Best thing about it, IMO, is the fact that it's going to be three hundred bucks. That's pretty amazing for a top-flight video package, and I will definitely be acquiring a legit copy.
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I have this vidding I want to do. I have two brilliant, brilliant vid ideas that I want to get to work on. But there's no point starting until I've installed my new HDDs and done my OS reinstall. But I can't do that until I've done this other stuff I need to do first. And I don't want to do the other stuff and I'm waiting on other people for input anyway.


Stupid linear causality, I've had it with you. I'm going back to sulking on the couch watching Deep Space 9.
eleanorjane: Sam and G on a beach (beach)
Vidding mojo, that is, insofar as I had any to begin with. I'm actually feeling inspired to vid again, which is very welcome after the creative blank spot of the last year.

Of course, I can't actually get started yet, since I haven't yet installed the new HDDs sitting on my bookcase, nor upgraded my OS, and there's seriously no point even getting started until that's done.

And I'm not sure what to tackle first. The vid of my heart is a Farscape vid I've been wanting to do for ages, but it's hugely intimidating - it'll require shitloads of source, and I'm reaaaally bad at keeping all the source straight in my head if I'm vidding from anything longer than a movie or a few TV episodes. Plus it's kind of a serious vid, and has A Thesis and I don't want to get that wrong. Urf.

...also, I'm, in general, fairly underconfident about vidding, because ... hmm, how to put it: I'm not practised at narrative creativity, in the way that vids require (other than "whee look at the shiny" vids, which are awesome). I'm not a very practised storyteller, and I'm not experienced at building the narrative (of a vid, in this case) to say anything coherent.

I wish there were "Vidding For Dummies" resources; everything I've seen focuses on the technical help, which is awesome and appreciated, but not where my big obstacle is.

(So, yeah, if anyone has any tips or suggestions, they would be super duper welcome.)

Also, is #vidding still active? I retreated during my I Am Crap At Everything phase last year, and last time I checked it out a couple of months ago, pre-Yuletide, it was empty.


The above might sound like I'm whining. I'm actually not; I'm hugely happy to have the creative urge back again, it's a rare thing with me. I'm just not sure what to do with it now I have it back. :)
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
I thought my vidding muse was gone forever, lost in a morass of self-doubt and lack of oomph... but I was lying in bed listening to a song and suddenly a Dollhouse vid sprang, almost fully formed, into my head. I... am not sure that I'm ever going to make it, but it's good to know that the inspiration isn't gone forever.

Also, I kind of want to make an NCIS:LA vid with the general theme of "Kensi Blye Is More Awesome Than You (And Everyone Else Too)", but I can't find the right song. Maybe it's time to pull out Ice-T's Big Gun, but it doesn't have enough bounce, really.

Help? :)
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
I don't know how I missed it before, but on [personal profile] thefourthvine's rec I just watched [personal profile] heresluck's incredible Star Trek vid, The Test.

It's an incredible vid, and I recommend it unreservedly; on a technical level it's absolutely masterful, and on a story level it's one of the clearest, most narrative vids I've seen. (Which may, actually, be why I like it so very much.)

The funny thing is the effect it had on me, though. I consider myself very much as part of fandom -- I read voraciously, I think Deep Meta Thoughts (although I don't post nearly as often as I should) and I'm thoroughly polyfannish. But my fic output is very low, and part of the reason why is an inferiority complex, and part of it is the feeling that all the stories have been told already. (Which is, tangentially, why I love Yuletide and write for it every year; because in the small fandoms, there are plenty of stories left to tell.)

My vid output is also low, but that's mostly due to procrastination; for some reason, I have plenty of ideas for vids, and the fact that lots of other people vid in my fandoms doesn't put me off in the same way it does with fic writing. And although I still have a terrible inferiority complex regarding my vidding work (and possibly with good reason) -- when I look at a good vid, my instinctive feeling is "I can do that too one day", and I don't get that with fic. And I really don't know why.

And the weird thing is that I should like writing more than vidding, in the sense that I am a fairly 'explicit' person; I like things to be spelled out, and I very often miss vague inferences. Writing allows you to do that, whereas vidding is almost entirely about the vague inferences; vidding makes you interpret what you see and decide for yourself, because the vidder (usually) can't explicitly tell you the point they're trying to make, given the constraints of source footage. It is surprising to me that I like vidding and vid-watching so much, under the circumstances.

(This is why I suspect I'm not a very good vidder; because I'm not particularly good at putting together a narrative using inference and implication. I'm hoping I get better at it, with practice.)
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
So. I have been struck by two fairly awesome vid ideas for an old, beloved fandom. Note that I still haven't finished the vid I've been bashing on since early February, the old fandom has an intimidating amount of source and it scares the pants off me, and one of the two vid ideas is for a piece of music that will be fucking impossible to vid to.

But I can't stop thinking about it. Argh, why do I do this to myself?!
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I've been blocked on my current vid-in-progress for ages - I open up FCP and stare blankly at the screen and move clips around pointlessly, and make exactly zero progress - so finally today I threw up my hands in despair, put that project aside, and started something fresh. And I love it, and I have ideas, and I'm having fun and eager to work on it...

...and I have a laundry list of stuff I have to do and no time to vid!


In other news, I've started sampling some new shows. First off the block: Psych. After the pilot, I say winner!
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
So, I'm busy Committing Vid, and trying to teach myself new software to boot, and I'm wringing my hands over my song choice.

"White alt-rock vocalist + guitar-y alt-rock music" is such a cliché, and brings to mind memories of terrible overblown Lord King Bad Vids, complete with song selection by Nickelback or Creed. But on the other hand, this is kind of an obscure song/band, and it's been nagging at my brain for ages.
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
So, I've just finished Festivids, which was an interesting experience. Yuletide - and being more involved in the Yuletide community - meant that I left the majority of the work on my vid until after New Year's. Which was a tactical error, albeit - knowing me - an entirely predictable one.

I was matched to my recipient on the Galaxy Quest fandom, which amuses me, as Galaxy Quest is something of a fannish text itself. The recipient asked for 'Don't Stop' by Fleetwood Mac as the song, but didn't give any further details, prompts, or ideas - and didn't post a Dear Vidder letter, either, at least not that I could find.

thoughts about vid creation and process and stuff )

I don't know whether I succeeded with the vid in its current form, although I'm happier with it than I expected to be. Looking back, I can see a few things I'd do differently now. I learnt a lot while making this vid, particularly in terms of storytelling and story construction, and I hope it worked for other people.


Jan. 15th, 2010 12:49 pm
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
My [livejournal.com profile] festivids recipient loved zir vid! Hooray!

And I got a lovely vid in return: Fifth Element - Five Diamonds, which is amazingly only the vidder's second outing!

*is happy!*

Go check the vids masterlist! There is More Joy for everyone today!

So happy!

Jan. 10th, 2010 01:53 pm
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I finished my Festivids vid! Despite procrastination, lack of inspiration, and (for the last few days) a worsening case of conjunctivitis that's left me unable to see the screen for many hours a day, I got that sucker done. Thirty hours before deadline, too, and I am a lot happier with it than I expected. :)

Now to get the draft uploaded, and then sit somewhere with a wet cloth over my eyes for a few hours. The exciting life I lead...
eleanorjane: Filmstrips with frames from vidding source, captioned "Vidding". (vidding)
First of all, I'm sorry this letter is so late! I have been rather under the weather lately, and thinking intelligently was a bit beyond me. I hope this is better late than never. And now - on with the show!

Thankyou so much for vidding for me! I'm really looking forward to seeing what you produce. :) Everything I list below is completely optional; the most important thing to me is that you create what you're inspired to create -- that said, I know guidance is helpful in gift exchanges, so here's some feedback about what I really love:

Music Choices )

Fandom Specifics )
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
Like Yuletide, Festivids is having a nominations phase before its signups. I spent a while thinking today about what I wanted to nominate - although vids are my primary fanworks these days, I find inspiration harder to come by, so I wanted to be sure I was nominating only sources that I'd be really happy to either receive, or vid for.

My noms list, finally, looks like this:

Appleseed (movie/anime)
Fifth Element (movie)
Galaxy Quest (movie)
Tomb Raider (movie)
Ocean's Eleven series (movie)
Pirates of the Caribbean series (movie)
Wall-E (movie)

I was amazed by the fact that there were no TV series in the list - but I think the series for which I have good source are pretty mainstream, and nothing really leapt out at me from the stuff I have on the computer.


Nov. 1st, 2009 05:56 pm
eleanorjane: Parker looking gleeful. (glee)
For the vidders out there: [livejournal.com profile] festivids is a rare-fandom vid exchange fest; it's very much like [livejournal.com profile] yuletide for vids. It looks like a lot of fun, and one vid isn't too much to put together within the next couple of months - give it a whirl :)

Do I dare?

Oct. 24th, 2009 08:54 am
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I have just had the most ridiculous Trek vid idea. It makes me cackle to imagine. I'm not sure if I can pull it off, but I'm damn sure I'm going to try. :)
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I've been poking around looking for a decent host for my vids, since I want to be able to embed a copy of the vid if I'm posting to a community (since a text-only link attracts very few viewers). I've been looking at BlipTV most recently, and I have to say although some of their documentation is lacking, their overall tone and focus is really good. They're aimed at people producing web shows, rather than vidders, and this page on 'how to export your show to be uploaded' is a really good, simple guide to the process.

I mean, it's nothing fancy - non-vidders wouldn't be interested, and vidders would already know most of it - but in terms of their target audience, I think they're providing a good service.

...Now to see whether the vid quality is decent or not. Oh Vimeo, how I wish you had a vidding-friendly equivalent.
eleanorjane: Sophie Deveraux looking worried. (damn)
Hard on the heels of finishing my last vid, I hit upon an idea for another - so I set to, and was struck by a dilemma. I really want to migrate to a more advanced video editing program, either Premiere or Final Cut Pro, largely because the fine-detail editing options of iMovie are a bit lacking. (Plus although I haven't found myself wanting to use effects yet, I suspect my vids would be better if I had the option.)

Unfortunately, I have already imported the entirety of Leverage into iMovie, ready for vidding from. Picking up a new software package would necessitate re-clipping the entire series and importing again, and the clipping progress is quite frankly sucky and tedious. Urgh.

So I kind of feel tied to iMovie for Leverage vids, and all the work to set myself up in one of the other packages just is not appealing. At all.

eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
I've been remarkably remiss in my social networking of late, including commenting on posts, for which I apologise.

As for my silence, mostly that's due to the fact that my creativity is at an all-time low, and this is generally my journal for fannish endeavours. I'm still consuming fannishly, but I'm finding it hard to be productive.

I do, however, have an idea for a Leverage vid wobbling around my brain, but I'm kind of going /o\ at the amount of footage I'd have to clip up - my last Leverage vid was all srsfaces and angst and drama, so that's what I clipped; this idea is all capery and there's very little overlap.

However, the idea will not be banished, so I expect I'll stop resisting and start work soon... but (like [personal profile] damned_colonial), I'm contemplating a swap from iMovie to Final Cut (or perhaps Adobe Premiere), and this would be a good opportunity to make the transition, but in the meantime it's another obstacle.

Also, I still have a Star Trek vid on the boil, but the source footage royally sucks and it makes vidding nigh-impossible. But every time I hear the song I'm using, I see scenes from the vid in my head, and I just want it done with. Augh.


Jun. 22nd, 2009 02:37 am
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
As if I needed more things to go on my list of "Projects I Don't Have Time For", a Reboot Spock vid idea (set to this song) leaped into my brain fully-formed. Which, you know, great. I've already got three Star Trek vid ideas half-done or bubbling in my mind, and I can't complete any of them because of the truly awful source quality. And hey, if three, why not four?



Jun. 4th, 2009 12:28 pm
eleanorjane: The one, the only, Harley Quinn. (Default)
So, I'm trying to work on my current vid project, and I keep coming up against the source quality. It is bad, people - we're talking "cam copy of a pirated movie" bad, and I don't know how people manage to vid with this shit. I certainly can't. Any scene with a reasonable amount of motion has horrifically blurry interstitial frames, so short/fast clips just look like ten kinds of mess.

Which makes me sad, because I'm going to have to wait for better quality source and I want to vid now. >:(

Also, cut for mental health whining )
eleanorjane: Spock looking "orly"ish (bitch please)
I would enjoy vidding a lot more if I didn't have to split the source into 278395789235 clips first. It's probably bad form to just import the whole sodding source in one file, but I'm so tempted.
eleanorjane: Spock looking "orly"ish (bitch please)
Of all the vid bunnies to get - a Star Trek XI vid idea? Great. Because I just relish the idea of making a vid out of abysmal quality source, you know.


*starts making scene notes anyway*

I may be addicted! Send help.
eleanorjane: Sophie Deveraux looking worried. (damn)
I have been staring at iMovie for coming up on six hours now. Thank god the vid is nearly done - about 75% of the way through and I've done most of the fiddly bits.

I think.

Of course, what would I know? This is my first-ever vid, so it may turn out to be... um, terrible. But whatever! As long as I learn and improve, right? Right?

(It's a Leverage vid. I haven't actually seen any Leverage vids yet - are they around? Where should I be looking for them?)

Okay, time for bed - yes, it's nearly 11am, but I've been up all night! - so I can be awake for tonight's Ulduar raid, and then I can stay up and get this sucker finished.


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