1. jonathoncharlap

    jonathoncharlap New Member

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  2. fairieswriter

    fairieswriter New Member

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    Wow! I love it!
     
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  3. jonathoncharlap

    jonathoncharlap New Member

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    Really? :) Thank you!
     
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  4. fairieswriter

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    I love what you did with the fonts and how it jumped in and out. Very cool.
     
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  5. RebeccaPMinor

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    Hey, I have to commend you. I am usually a huge detractor of book trailers, to be honest, for reasons I won't get into here. But you did a very nice job in keeping yours dynamic, and in my opinion, to the correct length. The biggest problem with book trailers that utilize text and stills is that they go on for too blinkin' long. Under a minute is best.

    That being said, I do think you need to revisit the timing on your two-line text segments of the trailer. They seemed a few frames too short for the average reader to actually get through before they sped off again.

    Otherwise, your editing looks good to me.
     
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  6. Tim

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    Hey, good trailer!
     
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  7. jonathoncharlap

    jonathoncharlap New Member

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    Thank you! :)
     
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