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#SummerContest2019 - Challenge 3 : Post-production

By Yetgo (Aug. 12, 2019)



Hello to all of you!
The last Challenge of the #SummerContest2019 is finally here!

During the first Challenge, you focused on the preproduction of a brickfilm. For the second, it was on the production that we had to be mastered.... Today, as you can imagine, the challenge will be...

Challenge 3: Post-production


For this third and last challenge, you will have to present us a trailer !
The rules today are a little longer than usual:

  • You must create a dynamic trailer from one or more brickfilms. If you don't see what a dynamic trailer is, take a moment to look at the Henri and Edmond trailer, you will understand!
  • The brickfilm or brickfilms chosen for your trailer can be brickfilms that you made before the announcement of the Challenge 3.
  • You can also edit a trailer of a brickfilm that is not yours , provided that the director of this brickfilm gives you his approval.
  • You will be judged only on the editing of the shots, the editing of the soundtrack and the digital effects that you added in post-production (also called VFX).
  • You can add the effects you want and as much as you want. This can be large additions (such as lightning, flames, etc) or something more accessible ( e.g. touch-ups, color grading)
  • The post-production effects that are already present in the basic brickfilm will not give you additional points. You will only be judged on what you do.
  • The soundtrack of your trailer can be created in any way you want. It will be rated according to its dynamism and its ability to accompany the image.
  • Your trailer should last at least at least 30 seconds !
  • You can choose to make a dynamic trailer from any brickfilm(s) , even the most absurd ones like Crocrodile.
  • Moreover, you will not loose points if the chosen brickfilm is not visually very beautiful ( in the same way as you will not earn points if you make a trailer on a Brotherhood Workshop brickfilm...).
And that's all!

So yes, this third week may be a little more complicated than the previous ones... but don't be discouraged!

When you share your trailer with us, don't forget to add the link from the original brickfilms that you used in your editing ! You can add them in the description of your trailer on Brick-à-Brack for example.

The 5 best will receive prizes offered by LEGO !



We hope you will impress us with your beautiful trailers!

You have until Sunday, August 25, at 23h59 to enter your entries at this address !


26/08/2019



Good luck!


→ Enter now!

Ohh man epic! This really is gonna be one lit contest! Good luck! Once again, I will definitely be entering!

Good luck everybody !

Oh man this challenge is clever. Might make something for it.

Dang, I miss brickfilming, I remember the brickabrack summer challenges being a cool activity. Best of luck to all out there! And remember, the prizes may be cool, but the real prize is what you create!

This is perfect for me at this moment, definitely going to try and participate! I do have a few questions though.

1. Can we use copyrighted music?
2. I'm assuming we will need to just point out which VFX we added if there are already some in there?
3. If we choose to make a trailer for multiple brick films, how does this affect the judging (is the final score an average of the two, is it judged on whichever one is best etc.)?

Good luck to everyone else entering the competition!

@Dragon Brick StudiosThis is perfect for me at this moment, definitely going to try and participate! I do have a few questions though.

1. Can we use copyrighted music?
2. I'm assuming we will need to just point out which VFX we added if there are already some in there?
3. If we choose to make a trailer for multiple brick films, how does this affect the judging (is the final score an average of the two, is it judged on whichever one is best etc.)?

Good luck to everyone else entering the competition!

I can just answer question 3, the video (trailer) will be judged on editing. So I am assuming that the brickfilms aren't what are gonna be judged. Hope that helps!

@Dragon Brick StudiosThis is perfect for me at this moment, definitely going to try and participate! I do have a few questions though.

1. Can we use copyrighted music?
2. I'm assuming we will need to just point out which VFX we added if there are already some in there?
3. If we choose to make a trailer for multiple brick films, how does this affect the judging (is the final score an average of the two, is it judged on whichever one is best etc.)?

Good luck to everyone else entering the competition!


Happy that you're partcipating!
To your questions:
1. If youtube allows, we allow. You can visit the youtube audio library here(->https://www.youtube.com/music_policies?ar=1565609035042&nv=1) to see if songs can be used on youtube. If youtube does not take your video down, it will be allowed to enter.
2. In general the link of the edited film would be enough, but it would be nice if you include time steps to edited scenes.
3. What minideliciouspant said

@Yetgo
@Dragon Brick StudiosThis is perfect for me at this moment, definitely going to try and participate! I do have a few questions though.

1. Can we use copyrighted music?
2. I'm assuming we will need to just point out which VFX we added if there are already some in there?
3. If we choose to make a trailer for multiple brick films, how does this affect the judging (is the final score an average of the two, is it judged on whichever one is best etc.)?

Good luck to everyone else entering the competition!


Happy that you're partcipating!
To your questions:
1. If youtube allows, we allow. You can visit the youtube audio library here(->https://www.youtube.com/music_policies?ar=1565609035042&nv=1) to see if songs can be used on youtube. If youtube does not take your video down, it will be allowed to enter.
2. In general the link of the edited film would be enough, but it would be nice if you include time steps to edited scenes.
3. What minideliciouspant said

I have never had youtube take down my video for copyright issues, I will be including a song but man. It is gonna be cool how it comes out, scripting rn!

@minideliciouspant
I have never had youtube take down my video for copyright issues, I will be including a song but man. It is gonna be cool how it comes out, scripting rn!


Nice, good luck!
Also, I also did not have a time where they really took it down, but was quite close to that at times. So, be careful

How about brickfilm that is currently being worked on. Can that one be used?

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