Feedback Needed Channel Intro

F4celess

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Not bad, it will certainly do as a trailer.
But from an objective view it needs more of a hook at the start (make more noise). And tbh, the music is becoming a bit generic, but it works. Maybe tone down the glitching text a little.
 

JoshAFJ

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I tend to agree with @F4celess on the text. I would tone it down a bit.

Other than that I like it a lot.

I can't wait to get enough content to be able to put together a little trailer for my channel as well.
 

BehindBars

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Not bad, it will certainly do as a trailer.
But from an objective view it needs more of a hook at the start (make more noise). And tbh, the music is becoming a bit generic, but it works. Maybe tone down the glitching text a little.
Thanks man.

I know, I do need to get some more exciting footage and show some action as a hook, unfortunately it's a bit quiet where I live haha. Intro is just a starter too, by no means permanent.

It's a start though, I'll update it and make another as and when I get better footage
 

ScootWook

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I like it too, pretty cool for an intro. I need to do something like this with my channel page to have as a headliner...I do not have content good enough for a formal channel intro video yet though.
 

Tash

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1. The beginning I thought my speakers were broken - it's way too quiet and I would flip it and keep the heartbeats at the end of the video, with the glitch writing (which I like being so crazy)
2. The writing is the most exciting part of the video, which sucks, your footage is boring - but you seem to know that, as you say where you live is boring as fuck, which brings me to my next point.

3. HOLY SHIT YOU ARE SO CLOSE TO ME LETS RIDE TOGETHER MAKE OUT MARRY AND MAKE BABIES.
Seriously though, I recognise those places, especially Dunstable Downs, so if you ever were down for a ride, I'll be down :) shoot me a PM

Bottom line of it. This is the channel trailer. Be strict with it. Destroy footage which even for a second makes you feel nothing. I would just keep those letters, with the hearbeat and maybe the sound of your engine mixed in. strip it down, keep it simple, keep it short.

Peace.
 

BehindBars

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Thanks for the feedback Tash. Just watched it again and kinda see what you mean about it being quiet. As for the footage, I know its not the best, nothing really exciting happened so far except for a few shitty drivers trying to wipe me out. But to me a channel trailer is something that is kept current, so as I get better footage and new things are happening it's something that I'll update and create again so it's fresh. In absence of exciting footage for trailer 1.0 I opted for more scenic footage.

Planning for the next trailer to be 20-30 seconds max, short snappy fast paced cuts of action.

Awesome! I'm down for a ride, I'll PM in a sec.
 

Tash

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In terms of 'SCENIC FOOTAGE', keep the camera still. SO rather than have snippets of you banging your head from side to side showing barely any landscape and instead a bunch of grass, you have a timelapse of a sunset with your bike in the background, or you have a video of you passing the camera at speed and looking like sonic the hedgehog.

The trailer is an advert. The trailer should and MUST BE your best video.

You know those movies which have better trailers than the movie itself? yeah... be that guy!
 
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