THAT VIDEO IS CLASSIC!...

And vSocial is a good example of blog stuff in video.

-Matt

--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, andrew michael baron
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> I posted a video that hotlinks into my site that is a complete package:
> http://blogs.opml.org/andrewBaron/
> 
> Don't know if this will translate onto the message board, but all you  
> do is enter this code anywhere, and the video appears with all its  
> comments, tags, etc. as part of the work:
> 
> <embed src='http://www.vsocial.com/v/ 
> 5a03232f1c98fd45479e7b4dd42cbe54' height='286' width='330'></embed>
> 
> Pretty clever.
> 
> 
> 
> On Dec 28, 2005, at 12:50 PM, LeanBackVids.com wrote:
> 
> > --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Deirdre Straughan
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>
> >> Geez, I leave you guys alone for a couple of days and you're STILL
> > wallowing
> >> in definitions.
> >>
> >> I'm glad you're having fun with it, but would be comforted by a few
> > clear
> >> statements that even though this group is called "videoblogging",
> > people who
> >> are doing things with video online that don't quite fit your  
> >> definition
> >> (when and if you ever agree on one) are nonetheless welcome here.
> >> Entertaining though it is, I fear that all the nitpicking may  
> >> drive away
> >> some people.
> >>
> >> So... can we make the not-quite-videobloggers feel welcome?
> >
> > I'll admit the definitions can get a little annoying to read, but I
> > have found myself justifying the difference between many vlog-related
> > words lately.
> >
> > However, this discussion took a theoretical and technical turn, which
> > I often enjoy.  Verdi mentioned the idea of using video as the primary
> > delivery method.  The other content, such as that found on a blog,
> > would be "hosted inside" the video.
> >
> > Some people mentioned how this could be achieved using Quicktime, but
> > Flash 8 may be a much easier development platform.  Yes it will take a
> > financial investment and time to learn, but it can be fairly simple.
> >
> > For example, build a Flash shell that took two variables - the video
> > file path and a text file path, which will dictate what is visible to
> > the user at any given time.  Using the new alpha channels in video
> > allows for button links on a layer above your video, and the links
> > could change points of time in the video or the text content file.
> > Making that text file a dynamic php file (or AJAX) opens up for even
> > more interactivity.  Once built, the only development needed would be
> > to make new videos and associated text.
> >
> > I got discouraged by the quality of Flash video and I quit pursuing
> > the development of this shell.  Anybody have something similar?
> >
> > -Matt
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