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...excerpts from my studio work at cranbrook...

testing some video

okay, i've made some headway on the stompbox. i'll go into that soon enough... actually i'd like to get a few other things figured out here tonight before i spend time writing about it.

however, i've been talking to shan [ one of the metals students taking an elective in architecture this semester ] about projecting a time delayed video on the underside of the trailer.... the idea is to mount a small webcam to the back of the trailer that will record to some [ possibly remote ] location and then when it stops, that video will be played back and projected onto the modified underside of the trailer... so, things to figure out:

--how to record video to a local or preferably offsite location at a managable size [ test resolution and frame rate as well as different codecs... ]
--how to access that video when the vehicle stops...
--probably some other things too...

in the meantime, here's a test video [ via YouTube because i've heard that it's better to vlog ]



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Wednesday, December 14, 2005 10:19:00 PM

hmmm....i wonder where you got that vlogging idea from. (imaginary question marks above her head) hehe...actually i'm wondering how you took such long video. is this just from your cameraphone or did you do this with the webcam experiment you were writing about? there is no sound. it would have been nice to hear the noises of the car starting and stopping, you opening and closing the truck door from the gas station back to your studio. ;b    



Wednesday, December 14, 2005 10:45:00 PM

yeah, i don't know... a little birdy told me about it. but yes, it is via a webcam... i had it quick clamped to the window... and i turned off audio so that i could keep the file size down.    



Saturday, December 17, 2005 12:20:00 PM

vlog, that is cool.    



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