not quite, what it does is:
1. allow you to apply multiple tags to individual clips
2. these tags can have boolean conditions attached (eg find clips that
don't = this)
3. you can also constrain based on number of views (eg this clip can
only be presented 3 times)
4. the tags can have time code, so when cliip A is selected a search
is done for matching clips (based on any or all arguments you write
using boolean searches), but you can have this search done when Clip A
loads, at 10 seconds, at 30 seconds, all of these.
generally you view a main video window with thumbnails below of clips
that match the arguments, select thumbnail below and that becomes main
clip and the arguments this has are now run...
the tags can be thought of as like links (or edits) but instead of a
clip having one link to another it now can have a multitude, this can
produce work that is highly linear to very cloud like, and
combinations in between. It is probably one of the more robust, and
certainly easiest to use, systems for making multilinear video.
On 01/08/2009, at 2:51 AM, Michael Verdi wrote:
> I didn't see anything that couldn't be done with simple html. It would
> then have the added bonuses of being indexible and searchable instead
> of being dropped into a giant flash box.
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