Short Film Made with Ardour 3.3

Hello all this short film is called Playing with Ice. It is a drama with a tad bit of sci-fi.

I boomed and recorded with a :

Sound Devices 744T Portable Audio Recorder
Model:744T

Using Ubuntu 12.04 64bit for OS. Stock kernel.

Mixed with:
Custom built 8 core amd 8gigs of ram desktop.
RME Fire Face 800 @ 32bit 96khz
FFADO Driver under Ubuntu 12.04

I used Ardour 3.3 to Mix film inside Ardour for the first time! Awesome for sure. There where a couple hiccups but not bad all around. I will detail that later in another forum post.

Right now I would like you to at least look at the trailer which is: http://storiesbytheriver.org/videos/playing-with-ice/

If you like it buy it or rent it. It helps us make more with Ardour.

Thanks,

Dominic

Cool trailer, I’m going to buy the movie.

nice trailer, and its very nice to see the actual implementation of Ardour new features already out to the public, nice work!

I used Ardour 3.3 to Mix film inside Ardour for the first time! Awesome for sure. There where a couple hiccups but not bad all around. I will detail that later in another forum post.

I’m setting up a new system with ardour 3.3 and I plan to make sound for several films. Every info is appreciated.

@eddrog

There will be a trailer coming out for an open animation I am doing SFX for here most likely this week in A3. More info on that after it happens, but I will also hopefully be typing up a couple of posts on shortcomings in Linux audio, etc. from the standpoint of this animation as well, but also addressing some niceties about it, and A3 is a huge step in the right direction in this regards. Not complete yet, and may never be as I am sure the programmers of Live, ProTools, etc. feel like their work is never done, but Robin should especially be congratulated by many people for his work especially to bring Ardour to this arena in a new way.

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@eddrog

Trailer released, going to post a new topic here in a moment to not hi-jack this topic.

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