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new video - Victor Rubilar

   
Last year I performed on TV in Sweden. I thought of posting here the show. It is a small version of my show given that on TV we had only 2 minutes. I will be posting tomorrow the whole show as well.
here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_FceoSTcJo

Victor Rubilar
   
Aren't you the record holder for spinning the football on your head dude? If so, grats. How did the judges rate your performance? You look alot more-so spectacular in the Gusiness Records vids than on-stage there.

EDIT: Gusiness Records vid I watched: http://youtube.com/watch?v=ehdJEEtQGQM

EDIT: Is this your vid mate?! http://youtube.com/watch?v=8EsUp_uMuF0, over 19 seconds, grats!!!
   
wow Expertfootball has victor as an account holder :P cool! nice to know.

keep posting your vids... youre really talented :wink:
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That was pretty amazing, especially there at the end and the stalls combo there in the beginning. You're very talented!
   
"Aren't you the record holder for spinning the football on your head dude? If so, grats. How did the judges rate your performance?"

-Thanks =O) There was a judge from Guinness records. He counted the time of the records.


"You look alot more-so spectacular in the Gusiness Records vids than on-stage there."

-That is the old subject about internet videos and real life. It is not the same a movie than a theater play. Real life has no special effects. You got one shot. On that particular show I had 1:30 seconds to make my show in front of 100´s of thousands of people and there was no place for error. When one starts performing one learns that for an audience it is not that important which combo you do, but that you do it perfect. Sometimes in important performances one has to lower the level of the tricks to make sure that one does it perfectly. It is important to have a high technical level show but a drop less one. Videos looks great on TV and live shows look great live. A live show will never look as good as it did when you saw it live. Knowing this i thought of showing the video anyway. Just keep in mind that it probably looked better live.
By the way. I just put another video on youtube. this one is the whole show. It is a show I made for the tour last year.


http://youtube.com/watch?v=gWJ-SLoB-Kc&feature=related


Victor Rubilar
   
victorrubilar wrote:
"Aren't you the record holder for spinning the football on your head dude? If so, grats. How did the judges rate your performance?"

-Thanks =O) There was a judge from Guinness records. He counted the time of the records.


"You look alot more-so spectacular in the Gusiness Records vids than on-stage there."

-That is the old subject about internet videos and real life. It is not the same a movie than a theater play. Real life has no special effects. You got one shot. On that particular show I had 1:30 seconds to make my show in front of 100´s of thousands of people and there was no place for error. When one starts performing one learns that for an audience it is not that important which combo you do, but that you do it perfect. Sometimes in important performances one has to lower the level of the tricks to make sure that one does it perfectly. It is important to have a high technical level show but a drop less one. Videos looks great on TV and live shows look great live. A live show will never look as good as it did when you saw it live. Knowing this i thought of showing the video anyway. Just keep in mind that it probably looked better live.
By the way. I just put another video on youtube. this one is the whole show. It is a show I made for the tour last year.


http://youtube.com/watch?v=gWJ-SLoB-Kc&feature=related


Victor Rubilar


I understand the difference between live and tv shows mate, don't you worry about it. Great skills/handy tricks, regardless. :wink: