As I told you in an earlier post – two month ago – I had the chance to play around with some amazing equipment here in Taipei. Point was not to just have fun at 600Mbt/s 4K but also to shoot a pilot short-movie for one of the most awesome projects I’m working on at OverClocking-TV. For now called the “Frozen PC Project”.
The idea is to freeze up a whole PC system and shoot it from all sort of cool angles. Slow-mo, time-lapse, ln2, all of the extreme ingredients are in it!
I’ve now entered the post-production phase. This means organizing all the files (we’ve shot over 800Gb of data), import the clips into Premier Pro and start editing. Eventually ending up with some color grading goodness. Sorry for the curious and the impatient ones – non of this will be shared in this post. Ok – maybe you can see a view of the Frozen PC Project in Premier (just the file thumbnails).
P A T I E N C E !
Quick look Behind the Scenes
So why am I doing a post, if it’s just to tell you that you can’t see anything yet? Well, hold-on. I do have something for you – something you can enjoy watching while waiting for the final production of the Frozen PC Project 🙂
As we were shooting at the studio of my friends from TechALook, these guys had set-up a time-lapse surveillance kind of camera to record some of the behind the scenes footage for the video. That time-lapse behind the scene video is now out. It lasts for about 1:30min. Enough to show you the best of the two days spent at the studio.
So take a step back, grab some pop-corn & Enjoy!
I really love that small time-lapse. Don’t you?
If you do, please share this post – of course feel free to comment or ask me any questions you have about the Frozen PC Project