Video editing and syncing with a voiceover
- Status: Pending
- Prize: $434
- Entries Received: 94
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
It’s simple. I want you to put together different video clips or footage that will illustrate every point made in the attached voiceover and sync the video clips to the voiceover attached to produce the final video. You can get your video clips or footage from any source. The footage used should be related to banks and financial institutions. This final video needs to be as long as the voiceover.
1. I have attached the voiceover file below.
2. I have attached the script for the voiceover below.
3. I have also attached a second script in which I listed all the points made, which I want you to get the ideal clip/footage that perfectly illustrates the point.
HOW I RATE VIDEOS:
If the number of relevant or acceptable footage in a video is less than or equal to 7, you'll get a 1-star rating. A video with 8 to 14 relevant and acceptable footage receives a 2-star rating. A video with up to 21 relevant and acceptable footage gets a 3-star rating. A video with up to 28 relevant and acceptable footage receives a 4-star rating. A video with up to 35 suitable and acceptable footage gets a 5-star rating. You must obtain a 5-star rating on your video to win this contest.
HOW I DETERMINE IF A VIDEO IS RELEVANT OR ACCEPTABLE:
It must illustrate the point made so that a viewer can infer the topic or message of the scene even without audio or voice-over. It's not enough for your footage to clearly illustrate a topic of point; it must be the best footage to demonstrate that point. For example, if you want to demonstrate a management team, use footage that shows a massive office with hundreds of people dressed in suits working on their computers, preferably in a bank or stock market setting. Not an average-looking office with 5 or 10 persons just sitting or standing by.
It should be action-oriented, with footage in which the participants are in motion (moving or performing some actions). Not footage in which the participants are in a static position or not moving. In other words, let every clip that illustrates each point be an action movie. Let each clip show people or things that are performing some relevant actions. EACH FOOTAGE SHOULD BE AN ACTION MOVIE.
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