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Old 24th Mar 2011, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default Star Trek - Klingon attack on Vger

Well here is my take on the Klingon attack on the Vger cloud

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Old 26th Mar 2011, 07:09 AM   #3
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Argghh!
Sony Music Entertainment strikes again...grrr.
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The one shot I would suggest fixing is the initial flyby of the D-7's. In the middle of the shot, the ship suddenly flips 180 degrees. This is because the camera was dead centre over the ship's flight path.

It's easy to avoid that, and create a smooth flyby, by moving the camera several meters to the left of the ship's flight path.

For some reason, the video doesn't play very smoothly either; it's like it only has 15 or 20 frames per second.
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Old 28th Mar 2011, 01:20 AM   #6
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A few labels block people from certain countries chris, especially Sony and Warner
It's F-ING annoying.

wjcasimir, are those supposed to be photon torpedoes???
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Old 28th Mar 2011, 01:24 PM   #8
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Yea, I know, Sony seems to have something against Germany... at least on my videos, it's always Germany that Sony keeps from the video, due to the music, usually a Star Trek OST, and I'm like, as if they haven't heard the music before, in the actual movie, lol.

But yea, it's annoying.
It's not Sony's fault actually. The problem is that the GEMA is not willing to make a proper contract with Youtube.

http://www.tgdaily.com/business-and-...eos-in-germany
http://www.spiegel.de/netzwelt/web/0...720533,00.html
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I knew I was going to get hit up about the torpedoes and I have figured out how to get points on the torpedoes, next time on that one and I don't know why it is not running smooth on Youtube I detleted it and reposted it
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What's GEMA?

Is this issue, similar to the WMG thing a while back? and/or the Viacom thing?
The GEMA is a German organization that manages music copyrights in Germany. As far as I understand it, GEMA is a trustee, meaning all national and international copyright owners (from John Doe to Sony Music Entertainment) make their contracts with the GEMA, and then the GEMA makes sure everyone in Germany pays for usage of copyrighted material. And GEMA wanted Youtube to pay about 12 cents per streamed video, which is insane.
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