- The Wedding -

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I wanted to practice my lipsyncing and crazy faces some more so I decided to make a movie heavily based on text and crazy movements.
It was very fun to make but it didnt turn out exactly the way I wanted it. I myself find it a tad too long, but because of that I decided to add a little surprise after the credits.
Or check the surprise on my youtube account:

http://www.youtube.com/us er/SebastienRomero

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What kinda wedding is this e.o...

Id like this to be my wedding in 3 more years ._.


You are right, you do need to work on your lip syncing. I personally found your sync in Spider better (this one was more humorous though). But given the exaggerated movements through the flash it kind of works. Honestly though the content of your flash outweighs any problems with that for me. I thought it was hilarious.

I have watched some of your other movies and you definitely have talent it is good to see that you are expanding on that. I also enjoy the macabre style in your flashes. With flashes like this, Gregory Brown, and Spider I wouldn't be too surprised to see you pull a front page.

Keep up the good work, and keep working on the sync. 5/5 9/10


First problem above all is that the dialog outpaces the mouth movements. It appears as though the reason why is because the audio is playing at a different frame rate as the animation, I can tell primarily because the audio is in sync at first but quickly derails; I tried lowering the quality settings via right clicking and selecting "low" from the drop down list, but it was still out of sync.

That tells me that you have the audio file set on Start mode instead of Stream mode and I think I know why; when it's put into stream mode the audio has to adjust to the frame rate of the movie which means it'll crapify the audio quality, so you set it to Start mode to increase the quality standard.

The proper way to remedy this would be to import the audio, set it to stream, adjust the framerate settings in the FLA file to the same as the animation and export the audio as an AVI file, this process will reduce the framerate of the audio to the same framerate as your animation, this way, once you reimport the audio as a WAV file, the audio will sound crisp and pristine after being put into stream mode again.

You see, the reason why it sounds like shit in stream mode now is because when the audio's framerate doesn't match the FLA files framerate Flash is forced into compressing it so that it will sync up, putting it on start mode will allow it to move at it's own framerate and effectively go out of synchronization with the animation.

Beware my instructions though, Flash likes to export huge AVI files. You might end up lumping a 1 to 2 gigs of artery clogging goodness onto your hard drive. After converting it into a WAV, delete the original AVI.

That's nuts!

Woah, this is one of the craziest things I've ever seen in awhile! It wasn't so much that there was a lot of crazy stuff going on, as it was the animation was ridiculous. This is like the strangest Ren And Stimpy-esque animation I've ever seen. I see some great things for you, dude! There is so much detail put into all of the characters' faces and it looks great! It also helps that the voices are completely spot on and great to listen to.

I don't know if some of the things the pastor said are physically possible. It seems like he speaks in word salads. I hope this gets the recognition it deserves. It's simply wonderfully abstract even if there aren't that many crazy things going on. There is just so much good emphasis placed on letting the faces tell the emotions.

Hey alright

This wasn't too bad.

The lipsyncing wasn't too bad at all. Decent for flash at any rate.

The humour was a little slow but tolerable. The voice acting was clear to hear and well done.

All in all, it was alright, a practice at your lipsyncing skills.

Credits & Info

3.00 / 5.00

Jan 17, 2012
11:28 AM EST
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