[quote=“YourPallbearer, post:7, topic:1162”]The problem was that I had to do something my generation would deem “the ghetto way” which was film the tv screen and give my commentary live. This is why the quality is so bad.
I will have access to an editing system at school within the next two months and I want to use that for my reviews, that way the reviews will be more watchable.
However, I’m in the middle of a project (short western film) and will probably spend most of my time editing that as opposed to the less important reviews.
Thanks for the information on McGraw! I will definitely ask him for this favor.[/quote]
First things first, YP, and to me it seems the films comes first
I would advice you to write down the text of the review, so you have some kind of autocue
It takes some training to work with autocue/written text (read it out loud a few times before you record it), but it’s an absolute neccessity to avoid all those ‘ehhs’ and ‘mms’ when you improvise (more or less) your text
But I think you’re on the right way