Almost two years since the release of the previous mAx movie comes the latest installment. With November 2004's mAx Chapter 1 and July 2005's mAx Chapter 2 being made by mAx himself, the responsibility of making the third chapter to complete the trilogy belongs to Ultraviolet Productions Founder -Max-.
Work began on a soundtrack in the closing months of 2006, one track of which would reflect some of the style of the previous movies, with mAx's love for hip-hop. When editing began around February, one ambition of -Max-'s was to bridge the gap between the content-orientated movies and editing-orientated movies. The comparisons between the likes of one4one Decimated and Souvenirs by Ganon, motivated -Max- to find a middle ground.
Since the frags were to remain important, it was decided to include in-game sounds, to give a better representation of the quality of the frags themselves, and to add some extra tension. However, with the level of editing that was required being so high, this was not possible. So instead -Max- has spent a lot of time adding sounds manually from the pak0.pk3 file. While a much more efficient solution, it required the sacrifices of several elements of what would be present otherwise. For example, the sound of opponents shooting back would simply be impossible to do to a high standard, though we've tried to make its absence as unnoticeable as possible.With the inclusion of multiple streams, the gamesounds are optional - not included in the second stream.
Type: Frag Highlights
File Size: 329 megs
Codecs: x264/FAAC | XviD/LAME MP3
Frame Rate: 25 FPS/50 FPS