Category: Collaborative filming

R+R streaming walks

As part of the exhibition Place@Space in art center Z33 I have made a ‘Routes + Routines’ installation and organise some walks that are streamed and can be viewed in the exhibition room. Clips from the stream are added to a random ‘film’ that is subtitled by a choice from quotes and citations from legal […]

Collaborative filming, Streaming

Open source pre-production

   ” Celtx has all the tools you need to write, organize and collaborate in one modern, Internet friendly, free software application. It’s the most complete media pre-production software program available anywhere, at any cost.” Celtx is released under a license close to the Mozilla Public License. With some restrictions added. If you want to […]

Annotation tools, Collaborative filming, Pre-production

video object in html

Today, you need to use plugins and proprietary formats to view videos in browsers. There is great demand for a better solution to serve video content to users. A native video format in browsers without all the licensing and patent issues that plague other format could be beneficial to all parties (perhaps except those who […]

Collaborative filming, Copyrights and licenses, News

Map Videoworkflow

This is the first scetch of a workflow map, version 05/07. Here you can download an Inkscape SVG file. The layered file doesn’t show well in my browser (Firefox) but if you download it the file should be OK. This image goes with the talk ‘Affinity Video’ which can be found here.

Collaborative filming

Affinity Video

Below is the text for my talk in Argos on friday 5 october 2007, in the framework of the Video Vortex conference. It is made to be read out with images. It talks about a drawing of a workfloww … that drawing can be found here

Collaborative filming

Open Source Cinema

Open Source Cinema is a collaborative documentary project aiming to create a feature film about copyright in the digital age. The script for the documentary, titled Basement Tapes, is written as a wiki , inviting contributors to expand, rewrite and revise it.

Collaborative filming, Copyrights and licenses

The Digital Tipping Point

The Digital Tipping Point crew describes their project as a Point-of-View (POV) documentary film about the rapidly growing global shift to open source software, and the effects that massive wave of technological change will have on literacy, art, and culture around the world. The DTP crew says their project will be the first feature length […]

Collaborative filming

Collaborative Media with Drupal + Final Cut Pro XML

Found on the website of the echochamber project (an open source, investigative documentary about how the television news media became an uncritical echo chamber to the Executive Branch leading up to the war in Iraq): Because Final Cut Pro supports XML, you are no longer limited to creating clips, bins, and sequences within Final Cut […]

Collaborative filming

live editing online?

I was thinking on the problem of navigating interviews in AIAN files. There are some key words that could define the navigation, or “key images” (like somebody handling pictures, or taking them from a box etc..) Actually “key behaviors”. Of course it happens in several movies and I wonder if is there any possibility to […]

AIAN, Collaborative filming