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The Seventeenth Philosopher – how the video was made

July 15, 2016

Here’s a video for a tune on Thousand Yard Prayer‘s new release, Golden Section.

The film clips were recorded at home on a DLSR and were uploaded to Rotorvideos.com. This website/app automatically edits the clips you provide (or there’s a large library of copyright-cleared clips available) in time with your track and applies effects and processing from a wide range of options. You can then download it at various resolutions (for various fees – all quite reasonable). At this time, there isn’t an option to add text or any other transitions between clips, however they have lots of upgrades to the platform planned.

The basic video was then loaded into a programme called iSkysoft, which is a film editing package similar in operating style to Windows Movie Maker or Cyberlink PowerDirector, although we find it easier to carry out some functions. On this occasion, we used it only to add all the text and to output it in our chosen format suitable for upload to YouTube.

Anyway, we hope you like it!

BDR-deep

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