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I'm working on my own 3D movie to sell. I have taken footage of a large Custom car show in my city here in Japan and the 3D is great. I have shot tons of cool cars from all kinda directions and some hot Japanese babes dancing and posing. I am in the process of editing the movie and need some advice for audio. I am wondering if you guys think I should leave the original sound "which is loud noise all around, Japanese talking and music" or should I add my own music and delete the original sound totally? My opinion is if I delete the sound and add my own audio it kinda takes the feeling of being at a car show away. However, the sound is only 2.0 stereo and just a bunch of noise besides shots of cars blasting music. What do you guys think?

By the way, I used the new JVC cam to film all footage which turned out great, I used a tripod and kept the cam still and filmed at different angles. At times bumpers and wings come outa the screen.

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why not do dual audio tracks?
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Not sure I know how.

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I'm working on my own 3D movie to sell. I have taken footage of a large Custom car show in my city here in Japan and the 3D is great. I have shot tons of cool cars from all kinda directions and some hot Japanese babes dancing and posing. I am in the process of editing the movie and need some advice for audio. I am wondering if you guys think I should leave the original sound "which is loud noise all around, Japanese talking and music" or should I add my own music and delete the original sound totally? My opinion is if I delete the sound and add my own audio it kinda takes the feeling of being at a car show away. However, the sound is only 2.0 stereo and just a bunch of noise besides shots of cars blasting music. What do you guys think?

By the way, I used the new JVC cam to film all footage which turned out great, I used a tripod and kept the cam still and filmed at different angles. At times bumpers and wings come outa the screen.
Didn't realize you were in Fukuoka. Lived within walking distance of the end-of-the-line bus stop, dobutsuen mai, for close to half a year. Best curry rice I ever had was in one of those little shops near the Fukuoka Eki. Anyway, looking forward to availability of your car show 3D disc.
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NorthTV, thats cool! I know exactly where you are talking about Ever try Coco Curry, thats the best I ever had

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NorthTV, thats cool! I know exactly where you are talking about Ever try Coco Curry, thats the best I ever had

When I was in Kobe in December looked everywhere for a Coco Curry without success so ended up at a great katsu place in the underground Santica Town shopping district near Sogo Department store in Sannomiya. Now you have me hungry for Japanese. At the nearby Shoten did get to see the just released Toshiba 3D TVs that don't require glasses but wasn't too impressed. Wish the JVC 3D camcorder had been out then, but looks like we will have to wait until April to see it here in the U.S.
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I love Coco Curry, it's my favorite I have seen the Toshibas also, not so great. I hope something better comes out.

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