Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Sony Vegas Pro 12
The Radio Dept. - It's Personal
Uppermost - Different
Mutt feat. Kevin King - Conversations
Sean Tyas - Banshee
Go Freek - We Can Ride (Dom Dolla Remix)
TCTS feat. Holly Partridge - Over
Paradis - Garde Le Pour Toi
To the people who directly helped with making this fragmovie,
And to all the other people who have helped me with editing over the years.
I've been showing off my mediocre frags for a very long time, I started playing CoD4 pub on day 1, November 7 2007. Here's my first video, which will quite ironically probably end up having more views then CRANK3, check out my channel for my other videos: www.youtube.com/crankCINEMA
Since then I made a few slightly better movies 'Crank the Minimovie' and 'CRANK2' but both overall still pretty poor, however I was learning how to edit and I enjoyed it. After that I decided to make videos for other single players, as my good friends hektik and >>matt had the community movies covered. I chose players based off how organised they were at providing me demos and actors for the cinematic cameras so I made 'Outphazed' (phaze) and 'Fragmentize' (bradalz). I stopped playing properly in 2011 as I was going to university, but I saved all my demos. I even made an xbox video 'Destined' just to see how it would go and actually it's my most viewed video to date. A few months ago I finally finished my degree and had a few months free before moving on with my life again, I decided I had to complete the trilogy (which no one cares about, I know) as it was a running joke with my old team mates (datz boxs3t).
So after 2 months of working on it on and off and going through the painful process of watching over 1500 demos to make the movie (organise your demos as you accumulate them... lesson learned now). In fact one of the reasons I didn't make the movie was because of that and also it wasn't until after I lost interest in CoD4 that I got a new computer, as my old one struggled to make quality videos.
I decided to keep the movie rather simple and clean, so it is timeless and in the fashion of my all time favourite movies like 'D1abolical 2' and 'Lucker: Too Lucky'. Although it continues on the trend of the first two crank movies, being very long and including a lot of frags. To make it less boring then last time I made sure the movie was no longer than 10 minutes and had lots of different songs. Not having any real effects but just lots of syncing meant the songs were critical, here are the choices and rationale