Season three was great, and and 2012 was no slouch either. To celebrate, we’ve got a PMV to DJ Earworm’s United State of Pop 2012 with scenes from all across season 3. Looking back and remembering all of the great moments in each episode puts me in a really good mood, and leaves me truly looking forward to season 4! This video does some awesome things with transitions, masking out a piece of the scene and using it to connect to the next one. Also really loved the ending sequence, which manages to improve on the “remember who you are” scenes from the last episode.
Hey everyone! Invincible here, signing in for a very special edition of PMV Today’s Sunday Classics Showcase! Recently, I survived the most devastating snowstorm that never hit the American Northeast, and the experience has told me a very important fact: Spring is here! So let’s welcome Spring and say goodbye to Winter by showcasing three (that’s right, THREE) PMV remixes of our bronydom’s official unofficial theme song. You can pick your poison or enjoy all three.
First up, we’ve got a great video featuring a remix featuring everyone’s favorite sentient slab of rock, The Living Tombstone. The track starts out very mellow, but quickly evolves into the typical aggressive and joyful “Tomb-Beat” style we’ve all grown accustomed to. The video editor did an awesome job adding effects to the video to match that spirit.
The second is a very smooth electronic remix, which focuses on subtle vocal manipulations and some very ethereal keyboard runs, which helps give off a very springtime vibe that translates extremely well in the video. The drums are effective but not overpowering; they complement the melody perfectly. The harmonies in the vocals are amazingly done as well.
Finally, we have a very awesome drum n’ bass track which focuses much more on driving beats to support the original vocals. The video effects are much more subtle in this PMV, which is also reflected in the song. The star of this remix is the original song, and the bass line is along for the ride. And what a ride it is.
Happy Spring Time everybody! We’ll see you again next week with your regularly scheduled SCS! This has been Invincible, signing off!
Hello fillies and gentlecolts! We have some awesome music with an awesome pmv! I’m sensing a lot of Twilight-is-sad-cause-shes-now-a-demigod and now regrets fixing Starswirl’s broken spell. That, or she is happy as hell. I must have dysfunctional feelings detectors if I can’t tell the difference. Feel free to feel pity for me, but I can’t guarantee that I will feel it.
This is it people, we’ve reached the point of pony-ception. The point where there is so much great fan content that you can make a PMV with hardly any scenes from the actual show! It’s awesome to see a video like this which showcases so many great animations, artworks, and even convention footage. Combine it with another super happy Owl City song and you’ve got a recipe for good feelings all around!
If you ever feel like your heart is becoming hard and life is beating you down, here is a PMV that will help you Feel Again! Ponies are really the best pick-me-up anyone could ask for, especially in the form of a well done PMV like this. In this video I really loved the 3D zoom through the various scenes and vectors, not to mention the superb masking that was used throughout.
Remember that amazing violin and dubstep song from the beginning of last year? No? Then you need to, stat. That particular song was beautiful, and nothing that is this good goes un-ponified. So, a fellow brony editor by the name of TheLightLeavesThee created a pmv of equal, if not better, video equivalent for other magical bronies and pegasisters to enjoy for themselves. Now its time to get dubsteppin’ and have a great time!
General editors notes: If you watched the video, you would’ve noticed that the few constant effects used were simple ones. Blur, exposure, and opacity. These are fundamental in making pmvs of this caliber, dubstep and what not. Once again; if you have good timing, scene selection and proper use of said effects, you could make a pmv just as good as this one. But sure, it’s also the type and style of music that you choose will ultimately change the outcome and responses to your video.