Saturday, October 11, 2008

AMV suggestions!

Well I want to make some AMV's just to kill time (just in case my mom takes away my interwebs again....NUUU ;-; ) and I can't really think of any anime or songs to make an AMV to.....>.< So I need your help!

If you suggest an anime, please say what type it is (aka depressing, mecha, fantasy...ect....?) and what episodes should be used....( I dun wanna watch all the episodes -.-;; )

and music...try to go with the aninme?

Rawr I may be making more than one, but comment or e-mail me at


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At October 12, 2008 at 3:02 AM, Blogger Rin said...

lol by the time people gather all this information they might as well make the amv for themselves. XD Either way, I suggest the anime Gunsliger Girl, to the song "Breathe" by Prodigy. I don't know what episodes you should use, ones with lots of gun fights in it probably. Gunslinger Girl is an Action/slight romance anime.

At October 12, 2008 at 11:59 AM, Blogger Teenlink said...

The trick IS to watch all the episodes, Ogi. You have to take an anime you really like and have finished and take music you really like and see if you can match lyrics to the scenes.

At October 12, 2008 at 4:45 PM, Blogger Ogihci said...

Ah but teen link, I utilize lazyness, and most of mah serries aren't finished. Also...I read manga, not really watch X'D

But one of em that I'm working on right now is soul eater with the song falling down by atreyu

At October 12, 2008 at 6:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've very badly wanted to do an AMV for Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu, set to Pat Monahan's, "Her Eyes."

There's a lot of great opportunities for clips in the series to match the song.
You can email me if you want to discuss it more.

Actually, there is one out there:
It has some great elements, but it just doesn't use all of the most suitable scenes correctly.

I'd do one myself, but I have neither the time nor patience.

I suppose this all came about when I saw a similar video set to Train's, "Meet Virginia" (FLCL to "Drops of Jupiter" BTW, saw one back in the day, freaking awesome, but that's a different story). Which is this one:
In my mind, that is perfect. Excellent scene usage, pacing, little use of scenes where people are talking, action matches tempo well, and professional use of the black space at the top and bottom of the video. A good video clipper can use the black space well enough that you don't notice that the different clips change height or width when mixing. This is a fine example.

That's what I think, leastways.


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