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How to make your own Cock Hero movie

 by Brewster

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Basic video editing using PowerDirector
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Generating beats in hammerhead

Beats synchronized with music in Audacity

Beat meter in After Effects (with gradient background)

Cyberlink PowerDirector 10:  :whistle:  (version 1012 freezes on playback sometimes, patch to 1424c)
Adobe After Effects:  :whistle:
Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/windows
Mixmeister BPM analyzer: http://www.mixmeister.com/download-bpmanalyzer.php
Hammerhead: http://www.threechords.com/hammerhead/download.shtml

Tips:

Video editing:

  • Make your beats before you make your video. So you have a reference point to edit the scenes to.
  • Only fade transition when going from drastically different scenes, otherwise use quick cuts (used in 99% of TV and Movies)
  • When trimming multiple scenes, don’t just in-point out-point when a new position happens. Go through and pick the “best of” moments for each position weather you think you’ll use them or not.
  • Right click on the timeline and add markers for beat changes to help when aligning the video cuts.
  • Any jerk off video longer than 40 minutes runs a huge risk of decreasing both mental and physical sensitivity. So quality over quantity!

Making beats:

  • Start off with a slow beat and build in intensity.
  • 30 seconds of “double time” is perfect, try and have about 2 per scene. For really intense action, use ultra speed (all nodes highlighted in hammerhead) after a double speed.
  • Don’t use strange beats like 1-12-1 for really intense action, it kills momentum. But something like 123456-1- is fun because it only has a short pause.
  • While a good steady 1-1 beat can be enjoyable, too much without variety can cause stagnant arousal. So switch it up every 20 seconds or so to something like 123-12, 1-12345, or my personal favorite 123-123
  • Don’t forget to occasionally stop the beats when the song slows.
  • Using songs with a prominent beat already in it (such as dance music) can limit creativity when inserting beats
  • Like Pavlovs dog theory, you want the person watching to associate an increase in action with an increase in beat speed, so try and correlate the two together.

Using Audacity:

  • Before removing the song to export the beat-track as an mp3. Remember to “generate silence” before and after the beats begin and end, so it matches the length of the song. That way when you render your beat meter in After Effects, it’ll be the exact length of the song, allowing for easier alignment when video editing.

2 comments

  1. Having a hard time finding the answer so I figured I’d come to one of the people I have seen named repeatedly. I have a video that is already just what I’d like, but it is just the mp4 itself. To just get the beat meter on it so I could add the markers myself how would I go about that?

  2. maybe using a video editing program – take a snap shot of a few different hit/beat markers from any DAW really, and assemble it by hand? Sounds like a bitch imho but the only thing I can think of.

    If the problem is the format – unmux it [unbox the mp4] – uhh Im not an expert at this sort of thing but arent mp4, avis, etc just containers for video, audio and subtitle files muxed together?

    Demux it – take the video/audio – remux it as the format you would like to work with; unless an easier – but might be less effective or maybe Im thinking of inserting new audio/subs into an existing RAW file…lol been awhile since I messed too much with video or image editing, more into music/studio engineering etc] – solution would be to use an mp4 to … video format converter.

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