I’m R. Gowtham Raj, and it’s my pleasure to introduce myself. My strength is that I am always ready to take up new challenges and strive for excellence. This is because I believe success and failures are the best way to sculpt ourselves to reach our goals. And I believe in myself and my hard work, and I want fulfilment in everything.
My short-term goal is to achieve excellence in the skills I’m mastering, take up a challenge in some good organizations, and climb the ladder of success. However, my long-term goal is to be a renowned software engineer in an organization and reach the highest level of success. My moral is never to intend to harm anyone on purpose.
I hope that through this hackathon, I will be getting great opportunities and success. I hope you like my Project.
That’s all about me. Thanks for allowing me to introduce myself.
A trailer (also known as a preview or coming attraction) is a commercial advertisement for a feature film that will be exhibited in the future at a movie theatre/cinema, the result of creative and technical work. The term “trailer” dates back to the distribution of movies on reels of film. The reels were always distributed un-rewound (the theatre about to show the film first had to rewind it, an early experience showed the danger of expecting an incoming film to have been rewound). Therefore, the end of the movie was the most accessible part, to which previews were spliced, “trailing” the film.
The main goal was to focus on production settings and video quality.
First of all, I assembled all the key moments to be portrayed. After that, I chose the best music of all. And then I synced the Audio and Video, Added text and background overlay, and also colour-corrected the Sequence too.
Trailers tell the story of a film in a highly condensed fashion to have maximum appeal. In the decades since film marketing has become a large industry, trailers have become highly polished pieces of advertising, able to present even poor movies in an attractive light. Some of the elements common to many trailers are listed below. Trailers are typically made up of scenes from the film they are promoting, but sometimes contain deleted scenes from the film.
The key ambition in trailer-making is to impart an intriguing story that gets film audiences emotionally involved.
The MILES: A Spider-Man Fan Film was about 23 minutes in length and a good trailer is always more interested when the audience gets suspense and this makes the hype to the audience.
One of the most difficult aspects of editing and video production is knowing exactly how your edit will look when it’s all said and done. Creating engaging content is sometimes left up to the editor, who must make the right cuts while guiding the audience through the experience. Here are a few ways you can create a fast-paced, entertaining video while keeping your audience’s attention.
The main motive was to create suspense for the audience. If you are creating a fast-paced edit, you absolutely must consider what the audience is seeing during each shot. For instance, if the subject of the shot is on the bottom right side of the frame, it’s probably a bad idea to quickly cut to somebody else at the top left corner of the frame. If you do decide (or simply don’t have enough footage) to include this cut, make sure you give the audience enough time to comprehend what they’re seeing before cutting away. An excellent example of crucial framing in a [Login to see the link][Login to see the link].
2. Cut to the Beat
If your goal is to maintain a fast, fun pace, it’s important to note that cutting to the beat of a song is an excellent way to maintain rhythm and style. Many of the biggest vloggers and creators on YouTube employ this technique at some point due to its absolute ability to entertain while maintaining the illusion of professionalism. Envato offers songs broken down into Beats Per Minute, and they come in 15-, 30-, and 60- second versions.
I have taken all the video clips, music and sound effects on YouTube and also sites such as [Login to see the link]. Below you will find all the resources which I have used for making this Trailer. And for downloading all the YouTube Music and Videos I have used [Login to see the link] which is a free site to download Youtube videos.
Google Drive: [Login to see the link]
YouTube: [Login to see the link]