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    - Scott Simmons
    http://www.scarehouse.com
     

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    Scott,

    Awesome job! When I'm up in your town later this month, I'm hoping for a tour!!! Larry
     

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    GREAT STUFF! Congrats on stepping up the level of Haunted Attractions........
    Buried deep beneath Darksyde acres Haunted house In Michigan I'm the Best at what I do, What I do Isn't very NICE!
     

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    wow, thats amazing! great work guys!
    Bill C. Schnell
    Dark Son Productions
    NecroPlanet Haunted Attractions
    www.NecroPlanet.com
     

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    Awesome camera work! What codec do you use when compressing your videos for YouTube? There is a ton of movement, but very few artifacts. Looks really nice! Pitts. isn't far from me, I'm definitely going to try to check it out in '08.
    To look meant danger, to smile meant death!
     

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    Thanks! I edited everything on my Avid Composer system, and the final sequence was compressed to Quicktime via a program called Sorenson Squeeze. YouTube can handle any movie file up to 100 meg - and I believe the actual quicktime file that I sent to them was right under the wire.

    You can actually see (and download) higher rez versions of the 2007 trailer from our website: http://www.scarehouse.com/trailer.php

    The ScareHouse segment that is featured on the new dvd that Larry is offering contains additional footage from our commercial shoot, as well as additional HD footage shot during operation.

    (This is where I mention that my "day job" is running a local video production company: http://www.bigwigproductions.com )
    Scott Simmons
    The ScareHouse / Undead Productions Inc.

    http://www.scarehouse.com
    http://youtube.com/thescarehouse
     

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    Incredible job! It certainly gives us something to aspire to, both the haunt and the video production. It looks like a Hollywood movie! You may scare away some patrons with it though, LOL.

    Eric
     

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