I have seen that video before. I am subscribed to him. The kwelbcop that did that video is freakin annoying as hell if you have ever heard his voice, lol. I saw the making of video and he tried that Adder across the water trick like 30 times before pulling it off. I would like to see some of these videos done in Multiplayer as almost all of these are done in SP.
I have seen some of RedKeyMon's videos before and he finds some interesting jump locations. I do like the accelerated city speed shots. I might have to play around with this aspect for some more cinematic videos.
The exact 2 points I was gonna make, more or less... No matter how many takes it took to nail those stunts, they're impressive feats but mostly I was thinking about the vision of some of them. Also, very nicely edited video.
How do you think these guys come around to this stuff? I kinda think many of them are just racing around, recording everything, see a bump and hit it...see what happens...oh that was good keep that. I don't think the majority are planed results...some they might get close to something cool and retry a few times but mostly its just random holy shit moments.
I dunno, I'm sure there's areas that people look to hit, you see that jump across the water at the docks quite a bit. The wall riding must be kind of planned, especially the circular ones, wall of death and all that. Also thought the jump onto the Vinewood sign looked planned although it could've been something as simple as heading up there with the idea of jumping over it. If it was me, I'd ride around looking for things to jump, hitting them and seeing the possibilities once airborne. You might spot something, wonder if it's possible to do and spend half hour trying to nail it. I was on that rooftop skatepark with my Akuma, just for a giggle, leaped across the street and wondered if I could get on to the recessed part of the building opposite, had a few goes and gave it up but if I was a YT guy I might've thought it worth persevering. I think that if you're often doing that sort of thing then you see the environment in a different sort of context.
They're very good videos, not just for content, but for editing. None of this horrible windows movie maker rubbish. Just clean slicing. I wouldn't say his music was the best but it's better than horrible gear noises and other stuff I've seen some youtubers put on their videos.
Can't wait to start making videos, although I'm almost done with GTA! It's almost warm enough to go back and start shooting (photography) in my spare time...
I have seen some video footage that some of these "stunt" guys end up not using. Some of them will find a line and go at it Multiple times just to get a good run to record. A lot of them do it on SP also and I would like to see some more thing done on MP side but I think the physics are a bit altered for MP.
You know, I often have nights that feel just like that on a track.
Your cruising at full speed in a modded monroe...your mirror clips a stop sign...you carreen across the track and sideswipe a light pole which shoves you back into the travel lanes where you slam into the guy trying to pass your wreckage. You both start spinning in the road but your lucky enough to find another light pole which now puts you up into the air just high enough to be punted by yet another racer who was catapaulted my your light pole laying in the street. His punt sends you cartwheeling over a building landing in another street with racers coming the other way causing them to all wipe out as well. You respawn and find you went from 1rst to 4th. You gun the gas and instantly get plowed in the ass by 5th place slide out ofcontrol into a nearby telephone pole and proceed to spinderella into the harbor. As you sit in your car watching the last of your air creep from your lungs as you sink to the bottom you see the shark that will be feasting on your remains.
Well the shark thing was added...but yeah that happened.
Luap, you missed out- 'Respawn. Speed off thinking this race isn't over yet. WRONG WAY msg appears on screen...Respawn. Get instantly rear ended off the track by the driver that everyone else has lapped. Sit in shrubs waiting for race to end.'
Lmao Luap I'm trying to get into the habit of holding respawn the second something goes wrong. That way I'll lose less time bouncing around the track or if I can correct in time I'll just let go of the respawn button