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  1. #1
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    Default Need video footage of your riding!

    I'm an animation senior at SCAD atlanta starting my senior film, and in dire need of video footage of you riding your horse! Most of my film is being done in a technique called rotoscoping, where I trace over the footage to really give the motion of the horse some 'oomf.' The story revolves around rescuing off the track thoroughbreds, and I'm hoping to put it on the film circuit in the coming years. if you have any video of your horse trotting, cantering, galloping especially, acting naughty, jumping, or just looking pitiful it's all greatly appreciated! i can't provide monetary assistance but you will receive a spot in my credits. Thanks so much for your time!

    Also a youtube file will not work, as I need to be able to pause frame by frame. Must be emailed to me in .mov or .avi format, preferably .mov. This footage will not be used for anything except reference for this film. You can reach me at Tbrown28@student.scad.edu. My production blog is located at theottbproject.wordpress.com. Thanks again!



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    Do you only want video of OTTB horses?



  3. #3
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    Hmmm, I might be able to help. I even have an ottb



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    I have lots of footage of our OTTB...from fresh of the track to his recent shows. Lots of cross country, stadium, dressage, and hunter o/f. Let me know what you'd like.
    Cindy



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    I have tons of footage of my OTTB on my Youtube account, which is linked in my signature. She's the chestnut mare who is in just about all of my videos haha.



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    Actually you can use youtube videos. Google Keepvid and you'll find a site where you can download youtube videos in various formats to your computer. Then you can play them in Quicktime or other program that allows you to frame through the video.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHorses View Post
    Actually you can use youtube videos. Google Keepvid and you'll find a site where you can download youtube videos in various formats to your computer. Then you can play them in Quicktime or other program that allows you to frame through the video.
    Yes, but unfortunately YouTube has already degraded the quality during upload. I would imagine she's looking for highest resolution possible for an art project.
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    If you let me know how I can get the footage to you, I would be happy to contribute. I have some clips of my OTTB mare at the racetrack (working on the track), in turnout for the first time at home (that's fun, lol, complete with screaming) and doing some jumping/riding. PM me, if you don't want to post it here.



  9. #9
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    Does this work? I shot this of my trainer riding my OTTB last weekend. This was just a practice shoot and I will be shooting again this weekend and trying to get closer without making the viewer sick from camera movement.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10150983853686785



  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbrown28 View Post
    I'm an animation senior at SCAD atlanta starting my senior film, and in dire need of video footage of you riding your horse! Most of my film is being done in a technique called rotoscoping, where I trace over the footage to really give the motion of the horse some 'oomf.' The story revolves around rescuing off the track thoroughbreds, and I'm hoping to put it on the film circuit in the coming years. if you have any video of your horse trotting, cantering, galloping especially, acting naughty, jumping, or just looking pitiful it's all greatly appreciated! i can't provide monetary assistance but you will receive a spot in my credits. Thanks so much for your time!

    Also a youtube file will not work, as I need to be able to pause frame by frame. Must be emailed to me in .mov or .avi format, preferably .mov. This footage will not be used for anything except reference for this film. You can reach me at Tbrown28@student.scad.edu. My production blog is located at theottbproject.wordpress.com. Thanks again!
    I've got a video of my OTTB (never raced but he's tattooed) at a horse show giving himself a little extra "oomf" after a powerful distance to an oxer. I'm sure with your "oomf" it will look quite spectacular (no bucking, but he does those big, happy, grand prix-type gallop strides).

    This is the video:

    Youtube Versionl

    PM me if you want the original file!



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