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September 28, 2006 Link to this post

Unused Halo 2 Animation Clip
I'm not sure how good an idea this is, but... BARBARIC RAGE stumbled across the portfolio of the Treanor Brothers, a 3D Animation and Cinematics company - apparently, they created a a 10 second web trailer for the launch of the Halo 2 website back in 2004. As far as I know, it was never used - but it's pretty cool! Take a look. Update: Tempus Fugit says I'm wrong - he remembers seeing it. (Louis Wu 20:17:17 UTC)

September 28, 2006 Link to this post

The Life Obstacles of Special Ted, Episode 4
Haloplayer, of Injured Knee Productions, sent the MPRRS 'The Life Obstacles of Special Ted, Episode 4', a video depicting the troubles Ted has in the fast food and automotive sales industries. Poor Ted. Funny stuff - grab a copy in WMP9 format (34.4 mb) or QuickTime format (34.2 mb). (Louis Wu 14:16:59 UTC)

September 28, 2006 Link to this post

Machinima: Over The Years
TheMaker420 put together a tribute film entitled 'Machinima: Over The Years', looking at some of the better vids out there. The MPRRS reviewers liked it, for the most part... so we're hosting it. It's 50 mb, and comes in WMP9 or QuickTime formats. Grab one! (Louis Wu 01:52:52 UTC)

September 27, 2006 Link to this post

Halo Wars Trailer in QT
There have been a number of requests for a QuickTime version of the Halo Wars trailer; I doubt there'll be one coming from Ensemble, so I whipped one up myself. It's not the full 720p version - but it's still bigger than the low-res 360p they've made available - it's 480p (852x480), and it weighs in at 24 mb. Grab a copy today if WMP9 sets your teeth on edge. (Louis Wu 22:00:37 UTC)

September 26, 2006 Link to this post

The Spartan Effect: Episode 2
The MPRRS went into something of a hibernation over the weekend... but a little kick-start this morning got reviewers reviewing again, and a movie stuck in the queue for 5 days was spit out this afternoon, with pretty high marks. It's 'The Spartan Effect: Episode 2', from Rookie Rabbit Productions, and it continues the story of a team of Spartans faced off against the Covenant in Containment. This episode is as funny as the first one, with very high production values. Looking forward to future episodes! But let's not get ahead of ourselves... grab a copy of Episode 2, in either WMP9 format (61.9 mb) or QuickTime format (53.4 mb), and get laughing! (Louis Wu 17:00:05 UTC)

September 24, 2006 Link to this post

More to see than can ever be seen.
Wonga. Someone synched the song 'Circle of Life', from the Lion King, to the video from the Halo 3 trailer. The amazing part... it works! Go watch at YouTube. Thanks, Retsof-Noraa, for the heads-up. (Louis Wu 21:33:04 UTC)

September 24, 2006 Link to this post

Console Wars
BOLL found a series of vids called 'Console Wars' - they're remakes (hehe, sort of) of Star Wars films, with video game characters sort of grafted on. The Master Chief has a pretty big part. They're pretty funny. (Louis Wu 13:10:42 UTC)

September 23, 2006 Link to this post

MC, Sketched
Wow, cool. BOLL found a site called 'TheDailyDrawing.com' that has videos showing someone ('J.W.'?) drawing stuff - and today's artwork is the Master Chief. The video is 4:21 long, and was filmed at 2.5x speed, so this pic took about 11 minutes to complete. Pretty fun to watch! (If you're reading this news post at a later date, I'm not positive whether the movie will be available on the site; there are some movies listed, but almost no information at all, so it's not clear if ALL films are archived, or just some; the direct YouTube link is here, and will get you back to TheDailyDrawing in any case.) (Louis Wu 18:54:44 UTC)

September 23, 2006 Link to this post

VGL Footage
j41m3z noticed that fan-filmed videos from the VGL Hollywood Bowl shows are showing up on YouTube... including one of the Halo 3 Premiere played there. Love the guitar licks! Update: just a quick note; Halo fans should be tickled by the fact that the Cortana part was being performed live at the show by Jen Taylor, those guitar licks were being played by Steve Vai, and the piano was being performed live by Marty O'Donnell. Now aren't you mad you didn't go? (Louis Wu 10:52:11 UTC)

September 21, 2006 Link to this post

The Spartan Effect: Episode 1 (Redux)
Rookie Rabbit Productions sent along 'The Spartan Effect: Episode 1' for review; they said they didn't need hosting, so we posted a note about this earlier today... but apparently, even just the HTML hits were killing them, so we pulled the post. I've gotten local versions posted, however, so I'm putting this back. It's the story of a rookie Spartan sent to the wrong base on Containment... gotta love the military. The MPRRS found it funny and well-filmed, so we're announcing it - you can grab it in WMP9 format (48 mb) or QuickTime format (49 mb) from us. Please hold off on following any links you find that point to their site - right now, they're dangerously low on bandwidth. Thanks! (Louis Wu 23:13:15 UTC)

September 21, 2006 Link to this post

Return to Innocence
Landon 'LaP' Pratte submitted a somewhat different movie to the MPRRS - it's called 'Return to Innocence', and it's set to Enigma's eponymous song. He used Halo CE to create this film (and did all the acting/filming himself); many of the shots had to be created with camera scripts and AI enemy scripts. There are some interesting mods, and a nicely filmed story! You can grab this in WMP9 format (49.5 mb) or QuickTime format (55.8 mb). (Louis Wu 17:44:40 UTC)

September 21, 2006 Link to this post

The Denial Twist
RipHamilton32 submitted 'The Denial Twist' to the MPRRS - guy tries for girl, blows it, but gets it right the second time. SERIOUS compression - this two and a half minute, full-size movie weighs in at a paltry 7 mb. Grab it in WMP9 format or QuickTime format. (Louis Wu 12:58:14 UTC)

September 20, 2006 Link to this post

Halo 3 Nostalgia Trailer
Justin Durban sent us word of a 'Nostalgia Trailer' edited by HolmesG. - which uses Justin's music as the soundtrack. It's a nice piece of work, and quite short - so we're hosting copies here (WMP9 | QuickTime) - 7 mb each. Give it a watching! (Louis Wu 15:14:44 UTC)

September 19, 2006 Link to this post

Pie: Chapter 1
Mike Rouse, of Machine-Enema, submitted 'Pie, Chapter 1' to the MPRRS yesterday. It passed, handily; it's different from a lot of machinima out there. It has a powerful storyline, and a clever use of mods. The video has a distinctive (and intentional) look to it; it adds nicely to the atmosphere of the film. It's rather large - almost 11 minutes, weighing in at a bit over 120 mb in either WMP9 or QuickTime formats - but absolutely worth the download. Grab a copy. (Louis Wu 14:30:14 UTC)

September 18, 2006 Link to this post

Species Ep 1 - now in hi-res
Last week, we posted a note about Species, a series from the MjR37 Team - and we hosted a pair of versions of the first episode. Over the weekend, they released a hi-res version of this episode - so we're hosting that, too. It's not only re-rendered as 720x480 - they've also tweaked it for flow, humor, and improved action. If you didn't download it before, now's a great time. If you DID grab a copy last week, but wished you could see some of those explosions in higher resolution... here's your chance. WMP9 version is 109 mb, QuickTime version is 100 mb. Grab a copy, then swing by the MjR37 website and check out other episodes! (Louis Wu 12:06:10 UTC)

September 17, 2006 Link to this post

Spartans in San Francisco
Saturday Night must be movie night. We've got one more for you... then it's off to bed. This Spartan Life whipped up a new Video Blog (Blog 6), showing off their trip to San Francisco this summer. Awesome cameo by Marty O'Donnell. (This went up yesterday, but I thought we were waiting for a WMP9 version before announcing it. Apparently not - so it's QuickTime only. 11.6 mb.) (Louis Wu 02:59:10 UTC)

September 17, 2006 Link to this post

Hell Sounds
Incogneto45 submitted 'Hell Sounds' to the MPRRS - it's a clip from the Art Bell radio show 'Coast to Coast', filmed in Halo. A little odd, yeah... but nicely done! Available in WMP9 format (16.2 mb) or QuickTime format (15 mb). (Louis Wu 02:56:03 UTC)

September 17, 2006 Link to this post

Lost: Halostyle Ep 8 - Stale Mate
Lost: Halostyle Episode 8, 'Stale Mate', passed the MPRRS today - they've kept the humor, increased the polish of the production, added some pretty neat effects. Great work - funny episode! Go watch. 43.9 mb in WMP9 format, 44.9 mb in QuickTime format. (Louis Wu 02:40:23 UTC)

September 17, 2006 Link to this post

Private 724
Evan Ryan, of Krad Productions, sent us a link to a movie he'd made - It's called 'Private 724', and you can find it at FileFront. (There's a version at Machinima.com, as well - but it's just a draft render; the FileFront version is the final. If the Machinima page says "36 mb", it hasn't been swapped yet.) An uneasy truce explodes from a single misunderstanding... there is no dialogue in this video, but it doesn't suffer a bit from the absence. Powerful cinematography... give it a look! 43 mb, in WMP9 format. (Louis Wu 02:14:27 UTC)

September 15, 2006 Link to this post

KSP SRT Montage 4
KSP SRT submitted another montage to the MPRRS - though it was really heavily loaded with effects, they liked it. You can grab it in WMP9 format (48.5 mb) or QuickTime format (55.5 mb). In this case, the WMP9 version is better - sorry to the QT users! (Louis Wu 19:48:53 UTC)

September 14, 2006 Link to this post

Halo No-Shot
A long time ago, Mike Miller released a movie showing a shot-free clearing of the top of the gravity lift in Truth & Reconciliation, on Legendary. I was suitably impressed... but remember, it's just one room. Took him 4 minutes. Self Induced has now completed a no-shot run... on the entire level of Halo. No shots fired. On Legendary. The whole level. Insanity. (I don't know that I could do this, even if I had the SKILL for it - just watching him, I was twitching my trigger finger instinctively.) Ducain was impressed enough with this to provide a mirror, just in case. Go watch this... it's really cool. (75 or 100 mb, WMP9 format.) (Louis Wu 02:46:40 UTC)

September 13, 2006 Link to this post

Halo Unyielding
Laird, of Sponsors vs Freeloaders, has spent a significant amount of time recently putting together Halo Unyielding, Part 1 - it does what very little other Halo machinima has done to date; it focuses on a space battle. Using HaloCE, and some great external effects, this one is full of exploding ships and starfield-filled carnage. Very cool stuff! Swing by the Halo: Unyielding website to pick up a copy in WMP9 format (53.8 mb) or QuickTime format (48.3 mb). To make life a bit easier for them, we're mirroring both files (WMP9 | QT) - grab them from whereever's faster for you. Thanks to Yaksha for the heads-up. (Louis Wu 15:35:24 UTC)

September 12, 2006 Link to this post

Crossfade, from QsKGlobal.Com, put together 'Colors', a vid that tells the story of a lone soldier who must leave his family and friends to go to war. The MPRRS liked the cinematic effects, and the editing in general. Check it out! 32 mb for the WMP9 version, 31.3 mb for the QuickTime version. (Louis Wu 19:29:11 UTC)

September 12, 2006 Link to this post

xbryboyremix submitted 'Showdown' to the MPRRS - it's a samurai movie. A lone samurai that confronts the enemy in a showdown for honor. Nice atmosphere, great camera angles, short, stays on point. Fun film! Grab it in WMP9 format (15.2 mb) or QuickTime format (15.4 mb). (Louis Wu 15:53:14 UTC)

September 12, 2006 Link to this post

Libertyville High Halo - Bigger, Badder, Uncompressed
A couple of days ago, we mentioned a performance piece that had been YouTubed - a bunch of folks in high school, playing self-arranged Halo music to their peers. It was a pretty impressive piece; even Marty O'Donnell weighed in with praise. Well, over the next day or so, a bunch of the people involved stopped by the thread (Corey Richardson, on quads, Dave Verlee, on guitar (and the one behind the transcription and arrangement), Hanah Stuart, on violin) - and we have more content for you. Dave pointed out another YouTubed film of the performance - different lighting, different angle, more closeups - and then Corey provided us with a much higher-res version for download. It's 768x576 pixels, and available in either WMP9 format (109 mb) or QuickTime format (107 mb). If you haven't seen it, grab a copy now. If you have - this version's way better. (Louis Wu 09:58:53 UTC)

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