|Добавлено: Вс Фев 21, 2016 7:25 pm Заголовок сообщения: Kumoricon 2016 AMV Contest - Deadline: September 1st
|Hello everyone! We are pleased to announce that Kumoricon 2016’s AMV Contest is ready for AMV submissions!
Please follow this link to reach our online rules/submission page: https://www.kumoricon.org/amv-contest
This year, Kumoricon is relocating to Portland, Oregon where the convention will be held from October 28th to the 30th. With the new change in scenery, we have a few changes to announce for this year’s AMV competition.
We are bringing back THE MELTING POT category, where all other genres of AMV’s are welcome if they do not fit into the other contest categories.
To honor the new Kumoricon date, we are also introducing a BONUS THEME “HALLOWEEN” category, for those editors who have a knack at frightful edits, suspenseful transitions, and terrifyingly good scene selection!
Lastly, we have upgraded to using an online submission form through the Kumoricon website — which can be reached here.
It is our hope that Kumoricon’s AMV Contest continues to show the best of the best from around the globe — and all of you make that possible. We look forward to seeing what you create!
Let the Games Begin!!!
Here are this year’s rules! They can also be found on the Kumoricon AMV Contest page.
There are seven categories for the 2016 contest:
Upbeat / Dance Music: We're looking for fast-paced fun.
Intensity: Action, suspense, conflict, triumph, and despair!
Instrumental: Any style of AMV, but no words in the music.
Comedy / Parody: Weird. Funny? Surprising!
Trailers: Now playing at a Kumoricon AMV Contest near you…
The Melting Pot: If your AMV doesn't fit another Category—Anything "Appropriate" goes!
Bonus Theme "Halloween": To honor the new Kumoricon date, AMVs with Spooky, Scary, Suspenseful Fun!
Contest is PG-13.
We try to run a clean show. This includes no themes likely to insult or disparage by race, social class, religion, ethnicity, gender, or sexuality—because that's no fun for anybody.
Anime: are Japanese animated productions featuring hand-drawn or computer animation (Video game footage is not anime).
You may include no more than 10% (of total duration) of non-anime (as defined above) video.
TV station logos ("bugs") and other commercial indices must be obscured or removed.
Bumpers for non-commercial indices such as studio names, creator names, and promotions for other AMV contests and AMV download sites are permissible.
Parody uses of commercial logos are acceptable.
No source subtitles allowed. Intentionally added subtitles are OK.
No more than 5 entries per person, with no more than 1 entry per Category.
Maximum file size: 330MB.
Maximum duration: 5:00 minutes.
To submit, you can upload a file, or send URLs for download links or download pages from AMV fan sites such as animemusicvideos.org, akross.ru, amvnews.ru, etc.
We can also download from sendspace, dropbox and similar free services.
The download site must allow us to receive a stand-alone file playable by VLC Media Player.
We will not download from sites where we have to set up a user account.
We do not stream videos, so do NOT send YouTube or Vimeo links.
Acceptable file formats are: avi, mpg, mp4, and mkv.
Do not send mov, rm, or wmv files.
Online submissions must be received by 4:30pm Pacific Daylight Time (UTC 23:30) on 01-September-2016.
A panel of judges will convene to review all entries and select up to six AMVs per category. The judges' decisions on the playlist is final.
All entries must have premiered or been created no earlier than January 1, 2014.
Entries that have been finalists in previous Kumoricon contests are excluded from the 2016 contest.
Each category will win one prize chosen by audience voting.
The audience will also choose a Best of Show winner.
The judges may make a Judges' Choice award, Technical Effects award, and the coordinators may award an Honorable Mention.
Therefore, between eight and eleven prizes shall be awarded for 2016.
A prize is usually an anime DVD or Blu-Ray, a manga or art book.
Where and How to Submit
Physical media (such as by mail) is not accepted at this contest.
Please follow this link to the online submission page: https://www.kumoricon.org/amv-contest
By submitting an AMV, you grant Kumoricon and the Kumoricon coordinators unconditional permission to use, copy, share and show that AMV.
Send questions or issues to "Joe" at email@example.com