Title: AMV Contest
Description: Questions, suggestions, and concerns
Venter - July 26, 2009 04:21 PM (GMT)
This topic is for any and all questions or comments you may have about U-Con's AMV contest. Feel free to discuss ideas for submissions, ask questions about the rules, and fight to the death over Sony Vegas vs Adobe Premiere.
mugetsu - October 6, 2009 04:44 PM (GMT)
So! What are these rules of which you speak? What is our time limited to? What are content restrictions? et cetera?
DS454 - October 8, 2009 12:40 AM (GMT)
|QUOTE (mugetsu @ Oct 6 2009, 04:44 PM)|
| So! What are these rules of which you speak? What is our time limited to? What are content restrictions? et cetera? |
I am working on one now! about 10 more hours haha. about 24 down :angry:
I want to add
When is the due date?
Venter - October 8, 2009 11:29 PM (GMT)
AMV CONTEST RULES
Videos shall be no more than 6 minutes, nor less than 30 seconds. All entries should include roughly 2 seconds of black silent space at the beginning and end for ease of compilation.
All videos should be in NTSC format, 720x480 pixels and 29.97 FPS. All formats of video are accepted, but we do request that you try to avoid exotic codecs and stick to .avi and similar extensions.
The video should be at least 95% animated, and at least 75% set to music. Animation that is not Japanese in origin but follows the anime style (such as Avatar: The Last Airbender) is acceptable. All content should be kept PG-13 at most, with no excessive nudity nor excessive profanity.
You may have two submissions, though both should be in different categories of the contest. Only those who intend to attend U-Con will be considered for the contest finals. Contest finalists will be given access to preferred seating for the contest screening.
AMV contest judges are prohibited from entering competitive entries, though they may enter AMV's to be screened in a noncompeting category. Best in Category and Best Overall videos will be selected by the audience, while a selection of technical awards will be awarded by the Judges. If necessary, the judges will also narrow down the entry pool to the top finalists to be aired at the contest.
All entries should be either uploaded in high quality format and emailed to Maxwell.Barrand@Uconn.edu or burned to a disc and mailed to
U-Con AMV Contest
52 Perry Hill Rd.
Ashford, CT, 06278.
Please do not email files directly to the above address, as university email has insufficient storage to handle large files. Only send links through uploading sites such as Rapidshare.com or Megaupload.com
prophet0607 - November 17, 2009 02:29 AM (GMT)
blehh you probably wont reply to this but is there a date you want any entries by...?
Venter - December 7, 2009 05:41 AM (GMT)
The deadline hasn't been posted yet, but it's gonna be two weeks prior to the con to give me time for editing
ladyjessien - December 31, 2009 01:54 AM (GMT)
Does the person entering have to be there all three days? I'm planning on just saterday so please let me know.
OmnislashF8 - January 2, 2010 09:44 PM (GMT)
Saturday only is perfectly fine.
Luni - February 1, 2011 04:23 PM (GMT)
Are there any categories going on, or a voting panel held before the actual AMV contest?
GVOLTT - February 1, 2011 08:45 PM (GMT)
Unfortunately, there isn't an AMV contest this year, but any AMVs submitted to Nick will be featured during the masquerade, or so I hear.