The cinema and television arts major and his friends decided to put a twist on the classic sitcom introduction. And, yes, this is exactly why YouTube exists. The Please Clap! Bunch video was created when Porozok and his friends from Please Clap! Anyone who knows Porozok knows about his love of script writing, video editing and digital art. But since being in quarantine, Porozok said he has had difficulty staying motivated and creative. FYI, the iconic sitcom aired from to and was sort of a big deal back then. Then I spent the better part of the day putting all the footage together, editing it, and adding some text in After Effects. Improv at Elon.
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Then I recorded three more tracks — the harmony, a vocal cello effect, and percussion. So, I opened up Adobe Premier. After a few futile clicks, I gave up and opened iMovie. Now, I know you can do this pretty easily with Final Cut Pro, and that is a much more intuitive program than Adobe Premier. So iMovie will have to suffice. Ready, set, go…. The first thing you need to do is get a green screen as your bottom layer. I did this in keynote by creating a green slide and saving it as a jpeg.
I have to be very careful about using the original Brady Bunch soundtrack theme to accompany the above video for copyright reasons. The project has been built using the sometimes intimidating , but ever so useful Avisynth. I have attempted to create a replica of the original Brady Bunch intro sequence but there are a few minor differences — none that cause me any loss of sleep! For users that are new to Avisynth check out my Avisynth introduction for new users. Here is a brief overview:.
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