World War 2: Back To The Beach

LOTS OF ACTION, and lots of custom added SOUNDS. I started this project in the beginning of September, 2003. Worked with it off a...

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LOTS OF ACTION, and lots of custom added SOUNDS.

I started this project in the beginning of September, 2003. Worked with it off and on since then, finally finished.

Make sure you watch the movie all the way to the end, past the credits, there's a little secret bit there, let the movie run until it restarts, then you'll know you've watched it in it's entirety.

It's been awhile since since the last WW2 movie I made, here's my 2nd in a possible series.

Hope you enjoy.

Special Notes: --------------

This movie consists of approximately 31.5 GIGS of raw video footage. That figure is based excluding the amount of audio I put in.

The video footage had no sound to begin with, as FRAPS 1.9D doesn't record sound. I added all the sounds manually to match up the video scenes the best I could. None of BF1942's sounds were used in this movie. Real sampled sounds of tanks, aircraft, artillery, explosions and gunfire were used, taken from military sites. Some sounds were used from the Forgotten Hope mod. (richochet, Garand, a couple others I can't remember) I also used the "tigerfire" sound for the Tiger and Sherman, credit goes to "L3-dOg" from BattleGroup 42 forum.

The movie was made using only two humans, the rest are bots. Some scenes where it appears there are two humans, are actually just one person (me).

Cap'n Spanky helped with the shootout in the house, the dual bomber scenes, the german MG in the cliff bunker, and the Tiger and Panzer shootout scenes, as well as a few other scenes. Good job Spanky, and thanks for helping out.

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October 20, 2003
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World War 2: Back To The Beach
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LOTS OF ACTION, and lots of custom added SOUNDS.

I started this project in the beginning of September, 2003.
Worked with it off and on since then, finally finished.

Make sure you watch the movie all the way to the end, past the credits,
there's a little secret bit there, let the movie run until it restarts, then you'll know you've watched it in it's entirety.

It's been awhile since since the last WW2 movie I made,
here's my 2nd in a possible series.

Hope you enjoy.


Special Notes:
--------------

This movie consists of approximately 31.5 GIGS of raw video footage.
That figure is based excluding the amount of audio I put in.

The video footage had no sound to begin with, as FRAPS 1.9D
doesn't record sound. I added all the sounds manually to match up
the video scenes the best I could. None of BF1942's sounds were
used in this movie. Real sampled sounds of tanks, aircraft, artillery,
explosions and gunfire were used, taken from military sites.
Some sounds were used from the Forgotten Hope mod.
(richochet, Garand, a couple others I can't remember)
I also used the "tigerfire" sound for the Tiger and Sherman, credit goes to "L3-dOg"
from BattleGroup 42 forum.


The movie was made using only two humans, the rest are bots.
Some scenes where it appears there are two humans, are actually
just one person (me).

Cap'n Spanky helped with the shootout in the house, the dual bomber scenes,
the german MG in the cliff bunker, and the Tiger and Panzer shootout scenes, as well
as a few other scenes.
Good job Spanky, and thanks for helping out.


Compressed using DIVX 5.05
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You should have DIVX codecs installed to view this movie.



*IMPORTANT TIPS*

VOLUME should be turned up to watch this movie!

1) Watch and listen to the movie with headphones on.
There's a lot of "ear candy" that you'll miss if you don't.

2) Or, if you have a decent speaker system, crank up the volume.
I recommend investing in a set of Klipsch speakers.
They're the "Porsche" of speakers.

Like my 1st WW2 movie, there's many sounds that you won't hear as they're meant to be heard,
if you don't do one of the two suggestions above.


Running time: about 32 minutes (32 mins:06 secs)
Filesize    : 234,848,256 bytes used (about 229mb)


Credits:
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Acting: Cap'n Spanky & Lt. Bricks

Camera work, sound editing, video editing and directing: Lt. Bricks



Thanks to:
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Both teams from the Battlegroup 42 and Forgotten Hope mods.
(http://www.battlegroup42.com/)
(http://forgottenhope.bf1942files.com/main.html)

And the author of the "Omaha Beach Hard" map.
GeistMann (or GeistKrieger)
(ghostmen2003@hotmail.com)

Thanks also go to the people that emailed me nice comments for my last movies.


Other movies I've done:
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WW2: A Moment In Time: (4 mirrors)
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http://www.bf42.com/index.php?site=file&id=52
http://www.fileplanet.com/files/120000/128199.shtml
http://fpweb1.fileplanet.com/files/120000/128199.shtml (old link, still works)
http://www.bf1942files.com/file.info?ID=19097
http://smokeping.planetmirror.com/pub/filesnetwork/Battlefield_1942/Media/Video/ww2_amit.zip


SCUD Missile Test #420: (2 mirrors)
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http://fileplanet.com/files/120000/128197.shtml
http://fpweb1.fileplanet.com/files/120000/128197.shtml (old link, still works)
http://www.bf42.com/index.php?site=file&id=2 (their server's down at the moment)


DC Extended Weapons Test #420:
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http://www.fileplanet.com/files/130000/130094.shtml


Junkers 88A Test #420:
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http://www.fileplanet.com/files/130000/130143.shtml


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Contact info:
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Lt. Bricks
Email: rj_1942@hotmail.com

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