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Posted: 30/12/2018 17:47:31
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I am just about to start editing a film ( and stills) in Rhiwbach which we spent 2 days doing, I would like to know if one long film Approx 18/20 mins is better or two shorter ones
over the different days?

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Posted: 30/12/2018 19:56:52
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Paul Marvin wrote:

I am just about to start editing a film ( and stills) in Rhiwbach which we spent 2 days doing, I would like to know if one long film Approx 18/20 mins is better or two shorter ones
over the different days?


One I would think but split into "Day One" and "Day Two"?
Would this give a bit of context as to the amount of work that went into it?
I bet people think that you just wander up there, swim around for 20 minutes, film it all in one take and then wander off for fish and chips and a couple of beers Laugh


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Posted: 31/12/2018 12:21:00
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This will be above the water Sinker, we haven't finished the lines in there yet one more dive should do it, but its hard to find people ( divers ) that are willing to put the work in .

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Posted: 31/12/2018 14:23:44
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Paul Marvin wrote:

This will be above the water Sinker, we haven't finished the lines in there yet one more dive should do it, but its hard to find people ( divers ) that are willing to put the work in .


As long as your divers aren't all sinkers then you'll be fine Wink

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Posted: 31/12/2018 17:52:09
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Posted: 04/01/2019 11:41:21
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I guess it all depends what you are trying to show and who you are going to show it to. I would have thought one 20 minute film would be better myself.

Personally I never like too many stills in a video but that's perhaps my personal taste.
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