Re: [videoblogging] Day 30: 30 Day 30 People 30 Videos
> I've been working on a site where we can continue playing games likeWe've always had trouble keeping tracks of entries in the games we
> this. I hope to have it up soon. One reason for building it is to
> address issues like this. So for example I've imported those 30 videos
> and built a way to see a grid of all the videos and then to easily
> page through them in order. I think that's probably best given the
> flexibility of the game. Then in the future I can customize the way
> new games work on the site depending on what we're trying to achieve.
play. Let er rip.
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- one hack technique that i almost was going to spend an hour on the other
night is the literally screen capture every video and then just stitch them
all together. i use screenflow on the mac (and sometimes snapz pro as
well). i've done this in some cases in the past and though it is
unconventional, it does work well (enough).
On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 8:11 PM, Jay dedman <jay.dedman@...> wrote:
> > What I'd really like, though, is to edit together the whole thing into
> > one video as was suggested at the start. I tried earlier in the month,
> > but was unable to download several of the entries from their various
> > video hosting sites.
> > Does anyone have the requisite download-fu to grab all of the videos
> > and place them into a single sequence? I realize that the interactive
> > and looping entries would need to be dumbed down for this sort of
> > presentation, but I'd still love to bable to watch the whole game from
> > start to finish.
> > Any thoughts?
> Here we run into the wall of video formats/codecs. There's no easy way
> to grab all these videos. You have to go to each page and figure how
> to pull them off. Each format has its different requirements and tools
> to strip it off the page.
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