Nearly every stylistic decision you see about the channel — the length of the clips, the number of examples, which studios’ films we chose, the way narration and clip audio weave together, the reordering and flipping of shots, the remixing of 5.1 audio, the rhythm and pacing of the overall video — all of that was reverse-engineered from YouTube’s Copyright ID.
Postmortem: Every Frame a Painting
Tony Zhou
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Any chance you can write a blog where you dive into the specifics of those strategies? That would be extremely helpful for any other potential film-essayists out there (like myself). Thanks and congrats for the amazing content you guys were able to create working together! You’ve done a really nice job. I wish you all the best in the future projects to come!

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