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I also have the Rurouni Kenshin Live at the Yoyogi Gakugeikan DVD. It has the live version of the entire Kenshin theme song and the RK movie theme song. The full version is in the 50 min version. It's a really nice recording and gives a good feel for what it was like at the live event and what the live audience was like. I like that recording a lot and I have two copies of it in my collection.
When I first heard them I didn't like the theme songs at all and I only listened to the opening and closing themes. Now however I like the shows themes and the opening and closing themes. I have the complete RK series in my CD collection...I love the series.
I have the Rurouni Kenshin Best Collection audio CD and I have the Rurouni Kenshin Live at the Yoyogi Gakugeikan DVD. I like the Best Collection CD quite a bit because it has the Kenshin movies and the opening and closing themes. I have the live version of the Kenshin theme song and the RK movie theme song on the DVD so I have a good feel for both the recording and the audience at the live event. I have two copies of those DVD's in my collection.
No, because the NES version isn't the full version of the arcade game. The NES version is a semi-aborted Famicom version. It's not that I dislike the NES version. I just prefer the original Famicom version. I'm not an arcade game fan. So the NES version and the Famicom version are two different games.
In television, most of the time, pan shots are done with a tripod. When using the pan shot, you will usually move the camera from right to left or left to right. In television, a pan shot is usually a short, short shot. The camera moves the least amount of time in television. In films, you will have to move the camera a lot.
When using the pan shot, you can use it for almost any scene. You can use it in a television show to show a character walking to a door or you can use it in a movie to portray a scene with a big action or special effect.
Some professional filmmakers will pan a subject left to right or right to left, and shoot from the center out. They do this to direct the viewer's eye to the subject. However, this is not a technique many filmmakers use.
In both a pan shot and a side pan shot, the camera moves from the subject's left to right or right to left. The camera movement is similar to a 360° pan, but it is faster. A pan is meant to show movement. 827ec27edc