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Jul 9, 2009 | 8:03 PM EDT

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I'm sure you will recognize the song from Tim and Eric's Awesome Show Great Job.
It was called the Pizza Boy song on the album or something.

I decided to make a music video about it, so enjoy it I guess...
The audio quality sucks because I imported the MP3 wrong but whatever...

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SushiMan0001SushiMan0001

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wonderfully terrible

Very poor animation. Compression ruined the song. It sounded awful. Yet somehow, this Flash was still hilarious and I loved it. Keep it up.


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LeonBlade responds:

Thanks, I know it wasn't that great it's my first real movie and it was too rushed.


TailsProwerTailsPrower

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Average animation

It wasn't terrible but nothing too special either. I, too, enjoyed the McDonalds joke hehe.


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LeonBlade responds:

Thanks, I had to do the over 9000 joke haha.


Nicol3Nicol3

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

AHAHA

I was not expecting this song at all. AT ALL.

I'm a motherfucking die-hard fan of Tim and Eric, and this is my FAVORITE song on the "Great Songs!" album. I fucking LOVE DAVID CROSS.

Now, *ahem* as for the video. Very simple, and nothing necessarily new, but I liked the McDonalds gag the most.

But yeah, I was singing along. If you want to improve the quality of your MP3's, there's two decent ways to do so. In the "Properties" Bar at the bottom of your Flash workspace, there should be a button next to "Settings". It's under the option where you modify your flash's size.

In the "Flash" Tab, look down, you should see "Audio Stream: [Set]" on top of "Audio Event: [Set]". Click [Set] next to whatever option you used, usually it's Audio Stream.

One way is tweaking with the MP3 Function it's usually already on. Choose a bit rate over 16 kps, and choose your quality. Also, make sure Make sure "convert Stereo to mono" is unchecked.

You can set it to ADCPM, which automatically sets your clip to full quality, but it sometimes produces clicking and popping sounds. It's a bit of a hit or miss. Make sure "convert Stereo to mono" is unchecked, and make sure it's on "22kHz" and "4 Bit".

Hope this helped.


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LeonBlade responds:

Thanks, I'll make sure to do that next time, I know it ruined it a lot.
Someone else liked the over 9000 thing too, it's my favorite as well lol.