Re: [videoblogging] Revogging

On 28/07/2004, at 3:12 AM, Ryan Shaw wrote:

> Do any of you know of people doing revogging, i.e. creating videoblogs
> that are re-edits or remixes or even just clips + commentary of
> existing
> web content? I'm aware of Kenyatta's browseTV, Rich Persaud and Jon
> Udell's experiments with stream linking, and WebJay video playlists,
> but
> in general it seems that this genre of videoblog is underrepresented…
> Do you think this is this because of technical difficulties or a lack
> of
> interest in this approach?
>

it is technically quite easy to do, but you have to know what you're
doing 🙂 and then what to do with it. most of the work being done by
people on this list is what i'd characterise as straight forward video
work, the webbed equivalent of a distributed CNN meets reality TV. In
other words we're recording the daily in small bits. Partly this is
what draws us, partly this is where we begin from to learn how to
narrate/say in this medium. To then consider the web video equivalent
of collage works is partly technical, but also a very different
aesthetic.

cheers
Adrian Miles
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