Well, tagging segments of video that can next be linked, aggregated and re-connected, etc. is a project I've been conceptualizing, drawing some prototypes and starting to work on (initially in Flash.) I consider this externalized editing (of the basic, traditional straight cut edit) that is immediate and dynamic.
-- Enric -======- http://www.cirne.com Determine Media --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, duncan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > so the thought that has been keeping me up recently is about tagging > sections of video. I've been playing with the korsakov system recently <URL: > http://www.korsakow.com/ksy/index.html> developed by Florian Thalhofer <URL: > http://www.thalhofer.com/> for building non-linear films and he talks about > the idea of SNEs (smallest narrative elements), now these can be stills, > sections of film, audio, basically the minimum amount of something that > contributes to the narrative. > > so how does this relate to vlogging? well.. is there a way to tag sections > of a video, mefeedia had a quoting system (has that disappeared Peter?), how > would you add tags to this? or maybe there is a better way.. i don;t know.. > but i like the idea of being able to subscribe to a series of tags in > del.icio.us (or equivalent), say 'rain' and 'beauty', and then getting to > watch a generative film about beauty and rain. the reason i think tagging > sections is great is that the film that gets compiled is continous, a > fireant edit so to speak, without the credits inbetween each clip, and > without the associated narrative of the film the section came from. does > this make sense? i guess i'm asking for both technical and theoretical input > or ideas here.. there's definitely more to this idea than i can think of ! > > be well > > d > > > > -- > <URL: http://29fragiledays.blogspot.com > > <URL: http://www.kleindesign.co.uk > Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/ <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to: http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/