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Old 03-12-2003, 08:31 PM   #1
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I have a question concerning demo reels. We have to do an internship for our final semester here at school, and i have contacted places and they asked for me to send them demo reels. At the time i didn't have anything to send them but now i have 2 pieces that are done. Is that enough stuff to send to someone for them to look at? Because i know they don't want you to send WIP's.

Also my things aren't animated or anything, there just stills, so if i did put them on a demo reel, would you revolve around them, or just post pics of the rendered images?
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I would revolve around them. Show a transition from like the wire to the smooth. Would be much more intresting for them than just a still.
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Turntables of wireframe and shaded meshes are good. A few closeups probably wouldn't hurt either, especially since you don't have any animated material.
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Thanks for the replies Pony and Dany.

Also do you just put it on a regular VHS tape, or is there a certain kind that you should buy?
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Get the shortest VHS tape you can find. A 10 or 15 minutes tape is good. You can find them at most video production stores.
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Pherbis,
normal VHS tape for all places unless they say specifically that DVD or anything else is ok. Good luck on the internship, hope you get it!
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Thanks Guys!!
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