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LawnDart 11-25-2006 07:01 PM

MOVIE RELEASE: Smoke On - by the Virtual Thunderbirds
 
Our brand new full length movie, Smoke On is now released!!! (50 minutes, 1.05GB, 1280x720p, WMV HD)

http://www.virtualthunderbirds.com/I...eon_gamerz.jpg

Visit this page to download and as you wait for the download read about its permiere, made possible by Thrustmaster, in Las Vegas at Regal Cinemas and view some of the premiere photos taken.

Please post your thoughts afterwards!

Enjoy the show!!!


Direct link to the movie download (hosted by JaBoG32). Mirror: www.gamerztheatre.com




© 2005-2006 the Virtual Thunderbirds, LLC. All rights reserved.

The Virtual Thunderbirds, LLC is a registered trademark in entertainment and media production, replicating the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. Part of this business organization is our demo team or squad; an elite group of online pilots using the best in home flight simulation hardware and software to fly as realistically as possible via internet networks, flying the same way as the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds.

This encompasses real world communication protocol used by the Thunderbirds, their maneuver parameters and procedures as well as the atmosphere found in the Thunderbird alumni and their present members. We pride ourselves in our teamwork and work ethic inherited in their spirit and strive to achieve excellence in every aspect of our business, whether it is in the virtual skies or in other ways. The demo team, our main feature and core of this organization, consists of a squad of pilots working together in unison and becoming an extremely cohesive group. Each member spends large amounts of his or her free time dedicated to the endless amounts of hard work necessary within the squad to be able to perform at such high level. While the flying is our mainstay and what we are best known for, it is only part of a bigger picture. Many of the pilots selected for the demo team are real world aviators with thousands of hours of jet experience, both military and civilian; however, this is not a requirement to one day be part of the Virtual Thunderbirds and its demo team. We encourage you to tryout for future openings.

Practice, persistence, patience and perfection are words we live by as we cross into the blue in pixels in these beautiful red, white and blue F-16's.

LawnDart 11-27-2006 08:12 PM

Streaming video is being added as we speak at GameTrailers.com and also at www.gamerztheatre.com

Another host for the WMV High Definition download version (as well as streaming Flash Video) will be available later this week as well at Patricks Aviation...

LawnDart 11-29-2006 02:18 AM

Patrick's Aviation is now hosting the HD download of our movie as well. Click on the following links to download the 4 parts of Smoke On! (Right Click to Save).

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Glowing_Amraam 11-29-2006 12:01 PM

I still havent seen this movie Lawndart, but i will post my comments once i have.

LawnDart 12-04-2006 01:29 AM

Just wanted to show you guys (at least those of you who are familiar with Sony Vegas) the complexity of the time-grid used in the making of "Smoke On". This screenshot was taken back in early August and roughly covers the first 25 minutes of the movie (half the length of the movie). Every single clip also had its Special FX (effects) and camera panning, cropping and more created individually clip-by-clip. Although none of that can be seen here in view, this picture shows the grand scope of the workspace used during production...

...this was three months prior to release and shows only half of the movie, but it still looks quite "messy". Many additional FX were added late (i.e. more congested workspace than seen here), but it gives you an idea of what the time-grid in Sony Vegas looked like at a point in time during the making of the movie. The grid got a lot more crowded towards the end (and twice as long as seen here)! :lol:

Bonus FYI: More than 160GB of frap footage was used in the making of the movie!

Voila!
http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/9...titled1yg5.jpg

p_o_d_2_2 12-04-2006 01:41 AM

wow, i have never used sony vegas, but that looks extremely complicated. just makes me respect you movie makers more.

jonnyB3 12-04-2006 09:34 AM

WOW!!!!!!! The longest movie on vegas i have ever done was only about half of that. WOW!!!!!!!!!!

Glowing_Amraam 12-04-2006 01:31 PM

Lawndart, i see you didn't use audio panning at all? Next time, include that as well, for even more immersion :D

LawnDart 12-04-2006 03:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jonnyB3 (Post 268599)
WOW!!!!!!! The longest movie on vegas i have ever done was only about half of that. WOW!!!!!!!!!!

...and this is only half of "Smoke On"! :lol:


Quote:

Originally Posted by Glowing_Amraam (Post 268676)
Lawndart, i see you didn't use audio panning at all? Next time, include that as well, for even more immersion :D

Most of the sound editing was completed the last weeks before release, this screenshot was taken several months before completion. :smilewink:

Glowing_Amraam 12-04-2006 05:27 PM

Oh ok, guess we work a little different then i guess. I do each scene completely before moving on. :)


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