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Ultraviolet - Volume II: Medius (11 comments)
Posted by uv-Max- @ 05:05 CDT, 27 May 2015 - iMsg

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Rating: 8.5 (9 votes)
The second of a series of three retrospective frag films, Medius includes content from the most popular era of ET (2005-2009). Unlike the previous volume, Principium, this film contains a lot of in-eye footage and is a much more lively viewing experience, while still maintaining the tone of the series.

The film contains scenes from over 35 Enemy Territory players from all around the world. Some of the footage has been seen before, but much of it will be presented in a frag film for the first time and hopefully in a way that viewers have not really seen before in Enemy Territory.

Initially I had intended for all three movies to be short, however, due to all of the content I wanted to use and a lot of ideas that I had, this volume is over ten minutes in length.

Edited by uv-Max- at 18:51 CDT, 29 May 2015 - 5208 Hits
Ultraviolet - Volume I: Principium (4 comments)
Posted by uv-Max- @ 17:18 CDT, 11 September 2014 - iMsg

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Rating: 8.6 (6 votes)
Since the release of my previous movie - Requiem - back in January 2010, I have been focusing on graduating, which I did last June, and starting my career. Recently, I decided to dust off my old editing skills and try a little project that would not require me to spend nearly as much time on as my former movies back in the day.

It seems that there is no longer a vibrant ET moviemaking community, so I thought I would work on some videos to try and reignite some interest, since Enemy Territory is a game with great moviemaking capabilities. This time around, rather than use Sony Vegas, I decided to edit the footage solely in Adobe After Effects in an effort to try and become more familiar with the software, and I am pleased with the results.

Principium is the first of three retrospective short films, and is generally made up of footage from the very early days of Enemy Territory. In this volume, there are no in-eye frags whatsoever, although there will be in-eye frags in at least one other volume. It is not an ‘aiming’ movie, instead showing some spam frags from ET’s early days.

I have tried to improve and build upon my Camtrace3D skills and make something worth watching for everyone. Each film will be short and sweet and as they are all being worked on at the same time, so hopefully there won’t be too long between the releases of each volume.

Visually I have gone for a grittier, less saturated look in order to make it a little more 'filmic' with relation to World War II, rather than the more glossy and colourful style of some of my previous work.

Sadly, with the loss of ClanBase, there are a lot of demos with great material that will never again see the light of day.

Game - Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
Length - 3:15
Edited by MaverickMSG at 08:35 CDT, 12 September 2014 - 5140 Hits
Requiem by Ultraviolet Productions (4 comments)
Posted by uv-Max- @ 19:30 CST, 19 January 2010 - iMsg

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Rating: 7.8 (3 votes)
After over a year in the making, Ultraviolet Productions are proud to present their fifth movie - Requiem. This is a community frag highlights movie by Seychelles-Max-, initially started in October 2008 after a long break from moviemaking since mAx Chapter 3. -Max- had this to say:

"Since I've already released a clan movie with one4one Decimated and a single player movie with mAx Chapter 3, I felt that it would be a good idea to finish off my ET moviemaking career with a community movie open to everyone. The response was overwhelming and I ended up looking through about 2Gb of demos resulting in frag scenes from players all over the world. I just want to quickly thank all of those who sent demos for the movie and I'm sorry if they didn't make it into the final cut, but I wanted to keep the movie as short as possible. Originally it was going to be six minutes but I decided to add an introductory song for the first minute so I could fit in some more frags.

Although I took lots of breaks from the project during production, it is without a doubt the movie I've worked the hardest on out of my three major releases. For example, every single ET sound you hear was added manually, as well as every single popup. Although a very long and tedious process, I'm glad I decided to do it this way. Also, I hope to cater for everyone by including several audio tracks. The first audio track contains the music with lots of sounds to recreate the feeling of being ingame. The second contains the music with only a select few game sounds. The third contains only the music and the fourth contains the music plus a sort of directors commentary from myself. For anyone who's interested I used the upcoming Ultraviolet Media Manager software from Germany hannes to cut all the demos from the movie and include them in the download folder for your pleasure.

Finally, to help out with any prospective ET moviemakers, I included all of the Camtrace Camera files and my ET Movie Config in the folder. I hope you enjoy!

Movie Information

Type: Community Frag Highlights
Length: 7:00
50FPS: 576 Mb
25FPS: 341 Mb
Codecs: x264/FAAC
Resolution: 1280x720
Release Date: January 19 2010

*The .rar file has a torrent file located within it. Once you have downloaded, I would be grateful to those of you who could seed for a while in order to alleviate stress on the servers, which seem to crash every time I release a movie*

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Edited by uv-Max- at 19:31 CST, 19 January 2010 - 3949 Hits
one4one Decimated (29 comments)
Posted by uv-Max- @ 17:45 CDT, 27 August 2006 - iMsg

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Rating: 7.9 (19 votes)
The “most anticipated Wolfenstein frag movie 2006” © Crossfire Community

After months of waiting, the hype and anticipation surrounding this release has gone astronomical. Finally, almost 1 year on, one4one Decimated has landed.

Production began back in September of 2005, when resident Swertcw movie critic United Kingdom -Max- took up the task of creating this project, labeled “Decimated” by then team manager United Kingdom rG. It soon became a labor of love, as he invested over 7 months of editing into this release.

It takes you on a journey through the career of one of Enemy Territory’s most skilled clans. From their early days as uQ Gaming, led by manager United Kingdom rG to their brief stint with Reason Gaming and their eventual resting place at one4one. During their time together they won the ClanBase SummerCup Premier and several other smaller tournaments, including beating Parodia in the first #ET-Cup final.

Without further fanboyism…

Created by Ultraviolet Productions, United Kingdom eTerNal & United Kingdom -Max-

Vital Statistics:

Length: 22:30
Size: 504Mb
Ratio: 22.4Mb/min
Resolution: 720x480

Ultraviolet | one4one

(Taken from Nellie's post on - Thanks Nellie)
Edited by Levi240 at 03:06 CDT, 28 August 2006 - 28336 Hits
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