«Pretty good movie, although i didnt like that the same generic male actor was used a lot. Use different character models to make it more belivable. Keep up good work!»
Fallout: Tales from Vault 101
«Thanks Joseph! That means a lot coming from you Now I have to say I watched the calling last night and I had a friend over at my house and she watched it as well. I already reviewed it, but she loved it. I think we made a TMU'er out of her. Appreciate the review. Thanks everyone for the comments »
«Wow, that was a lot of work put into this. I loved the effects (both the visuals and the audio), and the sets and costumes were exceptional. I played the first two Fallout games, and this film captured the feel of going through a game. The music was pretty well used, and the voices pretty decent (the reverend's VO's had a lot of pops/air hits though, and some VO's were way softer than the others).
In sum, this was a very fun and interesting visual feast. »
«The voice acting was good, though I heard several pops, a pop filter or talking away from the microphone should do the trick. If you need voice actors, I'm available. Lastly this is just me... I don't like Arial font at all. It just felt out of place in this film.
Overall this is a good fan film made with The Movies, some work with the audio needs to be done, but well done. »
«This was pretty interesting, some good set dressing and pretty good use of effects, recognized the effects from Detonation. I felt that some of the camera and the audio needed work. The audio mixing needed work. You said that the thing out of sync, did you export the entire film out of TM and edited it in Magix. If so, you should export in 30 seconds - 1 minute clips out of TM. Add in dialouge, turn off the sound effects in the game, you can add them in later in Magix, and export, you never have to worry about the damned sync bug again. »
«No worries, The bullet is a prop that I put into the game (credit for this prop in the credits of the film) I placed the bullet over the blue screen, and filmed a static shot. I then Chroma keyed the blue out of the shot and onto the moving footage I used as my background. The program I use is very user friendly and very inexpensive. Magix Movie edit 15, It's not the most robust tool out there, but It fulfills most of my needs So to sum up, Get an exterior video editor with chroma keying abilities and you can make all kinds of shots! Hope that helps, film on!»
«As a fan of Fallout i think you done a wonderful job on this... Now what i would like to know is how you did the bullet effect and the other effects in this... it was pretty cool.. i've had this game for a while and never really got into it and after the official forums closed down it's kinda hard to find tutorials on custom stuff, effects ect... i know how to install new sets and so on but doing the effects like the slow-mo bullet i have no idea of.. if you could point me in the right direction i would be grateful... Can't wait for the sequel.. Also if you need vocals done i have a pretty good recording setup as i rap... (one prob tho i have an irish accent lol) i could try experimenting tho.»
«Thanks K4 sadly I was aware of the crowd cutting in and out in the first few sections - I had to move some audio around because when I exported the original movie the audio got butchered and was not in sync. So I tried to fix it as best as I could (even tried multiple exports) But in the end I had to just make the best of it.»
«You really put yourself into this movie didn't you! I'm only slightly aquainted with Fallout, but your movie makes me want to check it out a little more. Very good job with music and visual effects. Ambient sounds need some attention such as the rain, the crowd in the vault....etc..etc.... but regardless it was an adventurous journey outside the vault that you took us on. Very commendable work. Enjoyed it. Well done.
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