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It's not always true when people say the shorter TikTok video is the better. Though being defined as a short video platform, 15 seconds sometimes are just not enough to show all the fun parts of a duet video, the point of a full movie trailer, and the details of a makeup tutorial, etc. And TikTok team knows it and increased the maximum length from the initial 15 seconds to 60 seconds. Now, we can easily record a longer TikTok by swiping the duration button to 60s. However, when we add TikTok with our own sound or music, the video becomes shorter. Why?

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Don't want to bother yourself with wading through a sea of short music clips to select a long but very mainstream music? Since TikTok only allows you to add music and sound from the TikTok playlist, the easiest way to make a sound longer than 15 seconds on TikTok is to apply a decent TikTok video editing app that supports to merge video and audio. To put it plainly, we can make a long TikTok video with full sound via video editors like iMovie and CapCut, and then post the long video on TikTok. In the below guide, we are going to use CapCut because it is released by the developer of TikTok and is 100% free to use. Better yet, it allows you to share a long music video on TikTok instantly.

6. Now, you post the video that was automatically converted and downloaded through the online tool. It usually takes around 10 minutes for TikTok to upload and process the video with music longer than 60 seconds. You can enter the video caption, apply the privacy settings, and other information during the processing.

This app is meant for making quick, fun changes to short videos. The final movies are all 60 seconds or less. If you're interested in making more advanced edits or working with longer videos, search the Windows Store on your PC for other video editing apps.

TMZ has obtained a suit filed by Denise Halicki, the daughter of Toby Halicki, Hollywood's so-called "Car Crash King," against Carroll Shelby, the legendary auto designer and driver. Halicki claims that a Mustang that Shelby helped design and market with Ford, based on the 2000 movie, is a full knock-off of "Eleanor," the car from the original "Gone," made by her father in 1974.

Michael Hague 7:42 to me without question, the number one mistake that screenwriters make when they're pitching their project is, no matter how short the time span, they try and tell their story. And you just simply can't do that. I say sometimes, if you've got a screenplay for a movie, that that you can tell the story in 60 seconds, then you've got a story for a 62nd film, because that's, that's what you're trying to do. You're trying to squeeze them, this is how it opens. And this is who the characters are. And then this happens. And then all once a body is found. And now we're and if you're at a pitch mark, where they say you've got, say 10 minutes, and you go longer than that, they're just going to take you away and you won't even finish, sometimes you're only given five minutes. But the thing to remember is even five minutes is too long when you have a five minutes like because you've got to have some time left after you pitch it. So the the prospective buyer of that script can talk about it and ask you questions, and find out the details they want to know not the details that you thought were so critical to put in the pitch.

Michael Hague 13:17 Oh, I know. It's just they make the they contribute to noise and philosophy feels exactly the same time. Okay, so back to the issue at hand. Step number one is review. That means you will look at the story of your screenplay through a particular eye. And what you're looking for are the key elements of that story that your potential buyer needs to know to make the decision of whether they want to see it. So this is instead of telling the entire story, you're going to present your pitch in such a way that you reveal these, these things. So I what I need to do now if it's okay, as I should go through the list of what those keys, go for, go for it. Okay, so I'll make it very quick. And then taking the course, of course I go into detail of all of them. But here's what a potential buyer wants to know. First of all, who is the hero of this story? Who is the protagonist? Who are we rooting for? Next of all, where is that character at the beginning of the story before anything extraordinary happens when we are first introduced to that character? What are they doing? What's their job? What's the setting? What's their life? Like? What has their life been like for some time? It's the introduction of that character. Number three, why do we care about this person? Do we feel sorry for her? Do we? Is she in some kind of jeopardy? Is she a good hearted kind person? So she's likable? Is she very skilled, any of those qualities could create empathy but you have to create you have to let us know why we will connect with this character as we watch her on the screen. The fourth thing is what's the opportunity Unity, that's my term for the first key event of the story that is going to start it moving forward. It's something that happens to the hero about 10% of the way into the script that has never happened before, and is going to get them moving forward moving towards, into some new situations. So the next thing is, what where's that new situation. So it may be they start out in their home, and then they find out, they're going to inherit some money. So now they're going to move to they have to go to England and collect the inheritance or if Luke Skywalker starts off on his planet, and then he sees the the holograph, from Princess Leia, and that's going to take him into a new situation, wherever he'll meet, Obi Wan, and so on. Next point that you want to establish is, what's the hero's goal. This isn't just a situation, this is the visible finish line that this character needs to cross at the end of the movie. So is this a movie about stopping a serial killer, is that a movie about stopping an invasion is about when the love of another character isn't about winning a competition or escaping from danger. But whatever it is, it needs to be visible and specific and have a clearly defined endpoint. So what is that? Next? What is the conflict? What are the big obstacles the hero is going to have to overcome to accomplish that goal? If it's The King's Speech, the goal is to give a speech, but the obstacles are what make it enjoy it, you know, emotional and enticing, and that is he's got a terrible stammer he's going to have to take over his king, he's got to lead his country into World War Two. That's, that's the conflict. The next item is the plan. We need to know well, okay, so how is the hero going to go about stopping the alien invasion or winning the love of the other character. And finally, and this is not within the story, but it's something important to think about, what are a couple antecedents to your script. So what you want to do is in the pitch you're going to convey, or you're going to mention a couple of movies that you could point to and say, well, those two movies made money. So mine is likely to make money, it doesn't mean the plot is the same, it means they're in the same genre, they have about the same budget, they appeal to the same audience, they have a tone that's similar. Because there are romantic comedies that are dark, and romantic comedies that are silly and romantic comedies that are fairly dramatic, you want to pick a couple antecedents that fit into the subcategory of yours. And that's it. I think that was nine qualities of the story that you're going to convey. Now, I haven't talked about how yet, because the class will reveal that. But whatever you're saying, in the 60 seconds, you need to mention these things, because that's what's going to determine their decision.

Michael Hague 24:00 Well, in the office, it's different because in the office, they are expecting you to come in ready to have a 10 to 20 minute conversation. What I often recommend in those situations is you can start that meeting by giving the 62nd pitch and then letting that be the doorway into a longer conversation. Many times though, when you go into an office meeting for a pitch, it's more about something they've already been pitched, or a script they've already looked at. And the purpose of the meeting is to discuss it. And that's a different animal altogether. The one thing is in a pitch fest, you have a finite amount of time, but you've paid money to do it. And so they're expecting you to be there on an elevator in those you know, grab them when you can moments or even in a cold call. You always want to kind of ask permission you want to say geez, I I'd love to tell you about the script I'm working on, would this be a good time to do that? Or I don't want to intrude? Or when you get somebody on a cold call, you can say, Look, I know how busy you are. But But I, I just completed a script, I'm sure you know, it's something I really think you'd be interested in. Because because it's in the same arena as this movie, you just, you know, did, or you mentioned something you have in common? Like, I know, you're a graduate of University of Oregon, and so am I. And I thought you might be willing to let me take 60 seconds, but you need to ask if it's okay to give the pitch. If it's an unexpected confrontation, or connection, something like that. The the the one other difference in a pitch fest, that's to your advantage is if you paid money for 10 minutes, you get 10 minutes. And one of the other reasons to have a pitch that's, you know, 60 seconds, or at least under two minutes is, then if they say no, and you have another project that might also be of interest, then you can say, well, we still have, you know, seven minutes left, or even if it's a five minute slot, and you only took take 60 seconds, she's got four minutes left. And I have another idea that's for a romantic comedy. Could could, would you be willing to let me present that to you right now. And so if you truly have two pitches ready, that's the only occasion where you'd pitch twice as if they say no to the first.

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