Alright, I've got some time to kill, so buckle up.
I originally started this review in June, with hopes of getting it out by the end of July, but the original script I wrote for this video was really bad, so I scrapped it after already recording a decent amount, setting back the video by about 2 weeks. Then, I went through everyone's least favorite part of making a video, recording the narration, no less than three times. I originally wanted to use the setup that I used for the Dragon Fighter/KLAX videos, that being to just use the camera's microphone, while recording the live-action footage at the same time, but I was especially illiterate that day, on top of it being boiling hot without the fan on, so I got frustrated and tried to record with my old """"""microphone"""""" that I used throughout 2015. Tried being the keyword, obviously.
Finally, I opted to record with my camera's microphone in my closet with my laptop, which is the same setup I used in "#ProudToBe in a Nutshell." Thing is, I recorded that whole video in one session, this was not. It was too daunting on my voice to record any more than a minute of this, much less six. So that's why each session's audio quality differs a bit, after all, I didn't want my camera and my laptop in my closet for a month straight.
Then you have the editing process, which was nothing short of the most tedious thing I've done in ages. The only way I could keep myself entertained was to write out my anguish through text that flashed on screen for the minimum amount of time my editor allowed me, which was six frames. I also kept myself mildly entertained by throwing random clips from the internet on screen.... as you could probably see.
On top of that, this was also around the time my computer tower got struck by lightning, so I had to wait to get that fixed. Then it started blue screening after about 15 minutes of use, so I had to wait to get that fixed, too. AND THEN my editing file started glitching, so I had to start a new one! Thank goodness I could still salvage most of the video.
At this point, it was mid-late September. I was tired of editing this, and I started hating the video, so I finally just opted to put the video on the "When It's Done" schedule. I suffered through about a minute's worth of editing after that, and quietly gave up on trying to finish it.
AND HERE WE ARE TODAY!
Just ask for links to the sources/song names I used, I really don't want to go on a scavenger hunt to list them all right now.
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