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Hockey editing technique
« on: January 12, 2023, 10:08:29 AM »
I really like the look Benny achieves, anybody know anything about his process? I have a few HD film grain filter things I can throw on and stuff but I would like to shoot some stuff that looks like 16mm classic 70s early 80s without breaking my bank or looking cheesy
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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2023, 07:05:45 AM »
Sent a PM over to ya.

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2023, 07:09:33 AM »
I wanna read that PM


He refilms off a CRT a bit

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2023, 09:51:41 AM »
I would also like to read that PM. Pretty curious how itís done 

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2023, 10:02:52 AM »
Dancing on Thin Ice was definitely just edited normally then filmed off a CRT monitor.

https://youtu.be/ebX27CcHyVc

HOCKEY X is another question...I would guess that there's some kind of practical effect going on here too, but kind of hard to say for sure. Maybe writing the edit to DV then re-capturing or something?

https://youtu.be/uZ3Tx70AyU8

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2023, 07:19:32 AM »
i would bet on dancing on thin ice put back into an hpx, and he filmed the hpx LCD
hockey x filmed back a computer screen or a tv, inducing ghosting.

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2023, 05:01:02 AM »
i would bet on dancing on thin ice put back into an hpx, and he filmed the hpx LCD
hockey x filmed back a computer screen or a tv, inducing ghosting.

From his Heckride interview :
"Moving on to your latest video ďDancing on Thin IceĒ, how did you go about getting the filter for that video?

I just edited each part and filmed it off an old tube TV. I just wanted it to feel different, I like when videos feel like something different from start to finish. Like youíd be able to identify the video just from a still image of it."

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #7 on: January 15, 2023, 06:00:41 AM »
This was so obvious.  You guys give too much credit.   No genius work here.  When I was younger as we had to edit using two VCRs we would do this as well. 
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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2023, 08:40:54 AM »
This was so obvious.  You guys give too much credit.   No genius work here.  When I was younger as we had to edit using two VCRs we would do this as well.

The thing is, there are probably a lot of people here who've never used a VCR or CRT TV. Reading this comment in the "how to you consume your slap" thread made me realize how young some people here are.

Android. Dunno if I've ever been on the actual website.

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2023, 11:37:57 PM »
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This was so obvious.  You guys give too much credit.   No genius work here.  When I was younger as we had to edit using two VCRs we would do this as well.
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The thing is, there are probably a lot of people here who've never used a VCR or CRT TV. Reading this comment in the "how to you consume your slap" thread made me realize how young some people here are.

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Android. Dunno if I've ever been on the actual website.
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Or just new to skating.
For someone w.no signature ur awfully hostile, & that is why I do this

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #10 on: February 03, 2023, 11:23:51 AM »
made this post in the hockey x thread, but this should get you close to that hockey x look without having to bounce the footage off your computer

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Can anyone shine any light on how they achieve the look of Hockey videos? I'd like to make some short films that have a similar grainy quality that doesn't look like total bullshit like most filters inside editing programs.
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knock down your footage framerate to 24fps or less, duplicate the footage and add a blur and set it to overlay or screen and adjust opacity, offset it by a frame or two.
also adjust colors/saturation etc.
i have to plug this vhs simulator too https://github.com/JargeZ/ntscqt, itís definitely the most realistic looking vhs effect iíve seen.

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #11 on: February 10, 2023, 02:46:20 AM »
made this post in the hockey x thread, but this should get you close to that hockey x look without having to bounce the footage off your computer

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Can anyone shine any light on how they achieve the look of Hockey videos? I'd like to make some short films that have a similar grainy quality that doesn't look like total bullshit like most filters inside editing programs.
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knock down your footage framerate to 24fps or less, duplicate the footage and add a blur and set it to overlay or screen and adjust opacity, offset it by a frame or two.
also adjust colors/saturation etc.
i have to plug this vhs simulator too https://github.com/JargeZ/ntscqt, itís definitely the most realistic looking vhs effect iíve seen.
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how much the blur should be?

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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #12 on: February 19, 2023, 06:32:37 AM »
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This was so obvious.  You guys give too much credit.   No genius work here.  When I was younger as we had to edit using two VCRs we would do this as well.
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The thing is, there are probably a lot of people here who've never used a VCR or CRT TV. Reading this comment in the "how to you consume your slap" thread made me realize how young some people here are.

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Android. Dunno if I've ever been on the actual website.
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Or just new to skating.

How naive of me.  Totally true.  Good population on slap likely have never seen a VCR or tele hardlined to the wall. 
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Re: Hockey editing technique
« Reply #13 on: February 21, 2023, 07:31:36 AM »
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made this post in the hockey x thread, but this should get you close to that hockey x look without having to bounce the footage off your computer

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Can anyone shine any light on how they achieve the look of Hockey videos? I'd like to make some short films that have a similar grainy quality that doesn't look like total bullshit like most filters inside editing programs.
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knock down your footage framerate to 24fps or less, duplicate the footage and add a blur and set it to overlay or screen and adjust opacity, offset it by a frame or two.
also adjust colors/saturation etc.
i have to plug this vhs simulator too https://github.com/JargeZ/ntscqt, itís definitely the most realistic looking vhs effect iíve seen.
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how much the blur should be?
however much you want, enough to produce like a glow effect, just check out some stills from hockey x and match your footage