Adivice for biker:
just keep practicing, he'll get better. you chould build the jumps lips bigger and hit them with more speed and try poping(kinda like a bunnyhop but i cant realy explain) off them.
Advice for edit:
its an alright edit, i use wmm and its ok but not very good. i would use a song thats just instrumentals or such just because i like that more in my videos. i also try to edit the clips so they go along with the beat/music of the song.
"life looks great after u nut on some cute bunny" -Kornn101
i don't understand why anyone would even make an edit of that, let alone post it on the net...but here's a couple of tips:
1. pick a better song. when was the last time you saw a bike movie that had that style of music in it? pick something chill like reggae or some good hip-hop like hilltop hoods.
2. get a better camera. your picture is wayyy too grainy for an edit.
3. movie maker isn't all that bad, if you know what you're doing. i noticed you like to use the blackout effect, you kinda overdid it. edits don't really need transitions, especially if you can get the scenes to flow with the music.
4. go to a hill or something, or at least build some bigger jumps. i've always found that the bigger the dj's are, the easier they are to hit. it will look a lot better than your 2-3 foot airs if you can get 10 ft. of airtime and pull a flatty or x-up while you're doing it. and like i said, it's not that hard.
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