It's possible to place a marker with shortcut, but what I haven't found is how to import the selected clips from the bin and down to the timeline, according to where the markers are set.
Is there any way to replicate this in Davinci Resolve?
Sharknado is charming in its own way, even though the CGI is crap ;)
I can definitely relate to hating things you've done almost immedatiely, but give it a year or two and you'll enjoy watching your previous work. It brings back memories and reminds you of how much you have learned.
I watched your movie, and I liked it. In my opinion, there is a shortage of short films with an actual idea behind it. Your movie is philosphical and you play with the idea of changing the past, and that's always an interesting subject, because there are no right and wrongs when trying to imagine what it would be like. However, I feel like you went down the same path as many other filmmakers who made movies about time travel. It would really add something to the movie if there would have been some sort of unexpected twist, to separate it from other movies about the same subject.
The cinematography had its own style, and there is a feeling to it, but I felt like there were a few too many technical errors. Especially the focus was floating in and out a little bit too much for my taste, and the grading was a little weird, especially the skin tones.
But all in all, I enjoyed the movie, and I watched all of it, and you should be proud of your work.
Hmm... I'm surprised to see this one get picked up. Compared to the other films "The Garden" looked pretty weak. The effects didn't look very good, and the plot doesn't seem to be very original. I guess the people who picked this up are better at spotting potential than I am ;)
Awesome, this is why I turn to more experienced people. Thanks a lot guys!