Who said anything about 5 minutes?
Decided to give it a shot,
Threw this thing together in 2 hours, so it's a bit rough around the edges,
What I'm looking for now is mostly critism/suggestions/comments on scene placement (I think my transitions can be worked on, but I want to know if my chronology's okay) and well, if this is a good idea or not.
Watch, gaze at them, and forever take comfort in the fact that my editing skills will forever pale in comparison to your subbing skills!
Wakfu ReCubed: Episode 17 Part 1, Island
Wakfu ReCubed: Episode 17 Part 2, Artifact
Wakfu ReCubed: Episode 17 Part 3, Time
Wakfu ReCubed: Episode 17 Part 4, Family
Prepare for shameless plugging!
In honor of the Season 2 premier, I've decided to help answer a persisting question that lies in the heads of all newcoming Wakfu Fans:
After which episode should I watch the Nox Special/OVA?
Well if this video takes off, you might not have to anymore.
A prototype 'alternate cut' of Episode 17, it splices together scenes from both Episodes to provide a concise retelling of one of Wakfu's most exciting projects, with one of its most tragic ones:
Aiming to highlight the grotesque parallels between past and present, this cut will reveal who Nox is, what he was, and what he strives to be.
Summary: It's a battle of the ancients as Grougaloragran The Eternal and The Dreaded Nox do battle on Oma Isle. Determined to not only put a halt to the mad Xelor's rampage but to win a precious treasure back from the lunatic as well, Grougaloragran unleashes his full draconic powers on the energy-hungry fiend. But will it be enough to stop a man whose very ambition aims to warp the universe itself?
What drives a person to plunder, steal, murder, and terrorize for centuries, and can it possibly withstand the might of such a powerful being? The answers may surprise you.
It's a rough cut, and the Episode 17 parts aren't translated as I couldn't find a soft sub. Hopefully I can find a program that can handle avi and mkv files so I can make it look better too.
That is, if you want me to continue.
If so, could anyone recommend a Movie editor that will accept avi and mkv files? And perhaps a link to soft-subbed version of Episode 17?