Sevoi exited the pub. When he did a bunch of the recruiters were waiting for him. "Oi, You cut my friend hands off and then he died. Join the army... we could use someone like you." Sevoi was cought off guard for a second. He was thinking... He was tired of being just a killer for these clients that had nothing but garbage comming his way. " Whats in it for me if I do?" Sevoi asked. " Every kill is 10 gold coins. You will be housed, given food and weapons... and who knows maybe you will even advance in rank." Sevoi always wanted his skills for a cause other than just normal means. "Fine... I will sign up." The Recruiter smirked, " You know what. Ill put in a good word for you... only because you seem like you mean buisness. Not like these other folk here." Sevoi looked at him, " What do you mean?" The recruiter looked at the villagers, " They arent fighters... We recruit atleast 10-50 people a day but our armies lose about 2000 a week... They arent fighters and this war is something we have never faced before." Sevoi also looked at the villagers, " I see your point." The recruiter put out his hand, in it held the papers he had to sign to join. Sevoi grabbed them and signed it. "Ok... Now hop in the wagon and get ready for a crazy ride." Sevoi nodded and hopped in.
Not exactly, I did take some characteristics from characters people made but mostly everyone is people my group has come up with. Like the Main Jax and Zaku are in it because thats what I wanted. If it does become big (Which I hope it does) Im going to recongize those who helped me come up with ideas of it.
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Import and transcode Panasonic SD80 AVCHD MTS to iMovie on Mac
Cameras and camcorders have became more and more popular in recent years. Canon, Sony and Panasonic has produced many excellent camcorders, you may have got one, such as Panasonic SD80, now you want to edit SD80 AVCHD MTS videos in iMovie on Mac, but iMovie can’t import AVCHD MTS files. There is a solution, of course, to help you transfer AVCHD MTS footage to iMovie. The next few steps will show you how to do with Panasonic AVCHD MTS shootings before importing the Panasonic MTS footage to iMovie.
Before processing, you’re suggested to transfer AVCHD MTS clips from Panasonic SD80 camcorder to Mac computer.
Guide: Transcode/Convert Panasonic AVCHD MTS to Apple ProRes Intermediate Codec for iMovie editing
Step 1. Launch the Pavtube Mac AVCHD MTS to iMovie Converter. Click “Add” and browse to a Panasonic. AVCHD MTS clip and the software will add it to file list. Repeat the operation to load multiple AVCHD MTS videos.
Step 2. Click on “Format” and choose “iMovie > Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov)”.
Step 3. Click “Convert” to start converting Panasonic SD80 AVCHD MTS to Apple Intermediate Codec videos for iMovie.
After conversion click “Open” to find .mov videos and import converted .mov files to iMovie for editing. Now, you may have known how to put Panasonic SD80 AVCHD MTS in iMovie for editing, just use SD80 AVCHD MTS to AIC converter, you will not have iMovie import and editing problems any more, just have a try.