Wow sorry this is like 2 minutes before the deadline I think!!!!!! ps @Noodle I really really liked your amv omg
EMIYA by @break: (25/40)
Synchronization(3/10): The music had ups and downs, while the video just seemed to stay the same all along. There were a few times that the music had a pause or a moment were it hit a climax, and it really matched up with the events in the video, but overall, it just seemed like a song played along with a unchanging scenes.The beginning, though, was good, with the alternating shots of the character and words showing.
Rendering(7/10): This was done well, as the video was consistently smooth and not distorted the whole way through, but the video could have been larger, seeing as there was that huge black border around the entire video
The Representation(8/10): I’m not familiar with Fate/Stay Night, so I’m not really sure who the characters are, but it seemed to really focus on the white-haired dude, which was good.
Originality(7/10): It seemed like a generic battle-scene-put-to-music-amv, but it started off creatively, with the words and what looks like the aftermath of the batte (?), and then leading into the battle itself.
Mi-oh! by @kosukechan (33/40)
Synchronization(8/10): The video matched up very well with the music, but the parts where it sped up were kind of strange?? that wasn’t a huge problem though, so overall it was synched well.
Rendering(8/10): It was very smooth all along, and the clips were of the same quality.
The Representation(10/10): It focused solely on Mio, and her different emotions and actions, which was really good.
Originality(7/10): I liked how, at the parts where the song seemed to speed up, they played their instruments, and then the end was really good, how you made it switch to the rest of the scene, with the original audio.
Unknown World by Momimochi (34/40)
Synchronization(9/10): This was really great at the beginning, because the words flashing matched well with the beat of the music, and then the scenes seemed to match well with the music.
Rendering(7/10): The rendering seemed good, but the overall video quality was a little fuzzy most of the time.
Theme Representation(10/10): It followed Araragi really well so yeah it represented the theme well.
Originality(8/10): It seemed really original, with the song about walking paths or whatever and then he was walking paths????? omg and then the words of the songs generally seemed to fit with what was going on in the video and that seemed original since amvs are usually weird random scenes put together.
The problem with this was that the speaking-part did not fit well where you put it in the song, and the the song just cut off randomly at the end. I wasn’t sure where to say this, or even if it’s something points can be taken off for, so I didn’t take any off for this.
Sail Through The Heavens by @Noodle (37/40)
Synchronization(10/10): The video and music matched up really well, especially when it said “baby” and you made it look like Simon said it. It was also good how you flashed between different shots to fit with the beat.
Rendering(8/10): The beginning was really bad and blurry, as were the high-speed parts. The rest of the video, however, was very consistent in the quality.
Theme Representation(10/10): This was excellent, and it really focused on portraying Simon’s different emotions and the things he went through throughout Gurren Lagann, without really paying too much attention to other characters.
Originality(9/10): This video really focused on Simon and everything he went through, and struggled to accomplish, which was really good I guess?? And then the part where Simon was pushed down and then pictures of Kamina and bad things flashed by was really great.
Spike's last ride by @Rommel175 (30/40)
Synchronization(5/10): The scenes didn't really match up with the music at all.
Rendering(7/10): Some of the clips were really fuzzy, but none were distorted.
Theme Representation(9/10): This was good, it really focused on Spike the entire time.
Originality(9/10): It was really nice how you started it off with Spike getting into his plane thing I forgot what it was called. But anyways it was cool how it started off with a scene and then went into music. Also, I liked how it kind of showed flashes of the past while Spike was falling, that seemed pretty original.