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      A. About

Welcome AMVers!

This guide is intended to outline a reliable video production method, known for years, to produce some of the best looking and sounding Anime Music Videos around. It is based off the more in-depth A/V Tech Guides but organized in such a way that allows varying degrees of detail to be shown– for those that want to know everything, and for those that just want to know the basics. It is also my way of sharing everything I've picked up over the years...

Real quickly, I would like to extend my graditude to anyone who worked on the guides mentioned above, and all the folks in the Video Help Forum on the Org. Without everyone there, I wouldn’t have a strong enough foundation to write this guide :P

But I’m getting ahead of myself– as a fallback plan, I will also try to provide links to the corresponding section(s) in the AVTech guide and other information relevant to each topic.

I hope you find this guide useful!
Enjoy the hobby ^__^
Peace Out.

Chris Studer
Friendly Neighbourhood Phantasmagoriat
Pwning AMVs Since 2006

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( Some of this will be gibberish to you... but I think it's better for everyone if my TODO.txt file is public :)

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