[NetBehaviour] Next virtual exploding cinema show...
sondheim at gmail.com
Sun Apr 19 04:38:04 CEST 2020
I wouldn't know how to create a Pride March in SL; you might ask online? I
don't work with avatars that way. Yes, I've done performances in SL with
audiences; I also put the work up on YouTube which reaches a large audience
I can submit easily in Mp4; can you submit more than one?
The format's easy enough; I record at 29+fps so playback at 30 is fine.
More soon, started looking around.
Best!, Alan, and I do remember you I think! I love Furtherfield!
On Sat, Apr 18, 2020 at 6:28 PM david viey via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> Hello Alan,
> I'm David viey and i remember you from your passage in London and you
> presentation at furtherfield... I'm the french guy how sat there trying to
> stay quite.... I like your work with second life and have more questions
> about in the future... I usualy do the door at exploding cinema show.. my
> technical competences are not very good.
> To submit to EC, the film have to be less than 20min... But shorter is
> for the format, I'm not very good a that, we are using VLC player
> something like 700/something....
> I will say if you had something other than mp4. It will make it easier to
> re-render to our format.... We will boardcast through zoom...
> We are also thinking of using OBS (open boardcast service...) Have you got
> any experience or knowledge of it?
> While I'm there just out of curiosity... Is it possible to recreate a
> pride March on second life with 1000 individual avatar.... So far i haven't
> been able to log on to second life.... Long time ago I had friends how had
> a band on second life call RED ZONE... In theory you could have an avatar
> and go and see their performance... The only thing a could manage a the
> time was to see a recording on YouTube.... This is not exploding cinema
> related... Just something to get me going...
> Thank for you time and patience
> A plus
> David viey.
> PS: when you submit you film, if your is put in the show the programmer
> will get in touch with you otherwise the film go in the queue....
> On Sat, Apr 18, 2020, 10:38 PM Alan Sondheim via NetBehaviour <
> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
>> Hi and thank you for this - what format should the film be in, what
>> acceptable lengths, etc.? Any info greatly appreciated!
>> Best, Alan
>> On Sat, Apr 18, 2020 at 5:33 PM david viey via NetBehaviour <
>> netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
>>> Isolation Inspiraton!
>>> Exploding have moved the 9th May show from the Cinema Museum (closed for
>>> the duration) to the wonderful world of Online…
>>> We will be hosting a show featuring films submitted to us by YOU the
>>> filmmaker. Show us what you can do, given a camera and hours and hours of
>>> time indoors, or else send us a film you made from way back before life
>>> turned into a bad dystopian Sci Fi novel.
>>> Send films and entry requests to the usual email
>>> explodingcinema at hotmail.com . Tickets are free, but you’ll need a
>>> password to watch the show.
>>> We’re going to have some fun with this… look for live streaming versions
>>> of: our psychedelic Visuals, Filmmaker Q&As, live performances and of
>>> course FILMS.
>>> All pre-rendered to play perfectly on your device…
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