I thought this was very interesting as well. What I found most interesting however, was what Dr. MacLin stated in class. When the visual aspect of the film stuttered a bit but the sound kept going, we were able to keep following along with this because we relied on the sound. We would have had a difficult time if the sound had skipped as well. If the sound skipped and not the visual we would be thrown off becuase the instruments used or the people's mouths would be off from the sound and we would get confused. Since it was the visual aspect, however, we were able to create that image in our minds that was being skipped over. This may not have been the intention of the video, but I found it to be very interesting.
I thought this was a really cool video because when you watch movies you never really think about sounds coming from a different source than what you are actually seeing. This also made me think of when you are watching tv and the conversations do not match with their mouths. I always get really frustrated and can't continue to watch the show. Its really interesting how are senses work together.
I thought this was a very interesting video. I always think about of all the things we experience when we watch a movie. Dramatic visual scenes, as well music continously playing during a movie. This is not really real life. However, I think that these sound effects have become necessary to make the movie more interesting for us. We expect loud and dramatic noises.
I wonder how they get audio for a more complex sound. My biggest pet peeve in action movies is that the audio is always completely overdone. A car traveling around a corner at 20mph does not make an intense tire-screetching noise.
The comment in class about the video being choppy, but the sound being good lead me to think about another situation. When you are watching a movie and the sound is slightly off, it is very annoying, is this because the sound is off our vision takes over because what we are seeing doesnt match up with what we are hearing.