Saturday, July 16, 2005

The Philly Boys First Time at Bat

Day 2 with Andy

John and Joe make their iMovie




This video was completed just before getting a visit from Pinky Karvitz, an Atlantic City TV and radio personality who provided us with a wealth of information that will help us organize our thoughts as we gear up to working with the children on our documentary of the city. I shot an hour's worth of his visit and came to the realization that managing files and clips is going to be a major challenge as we move forward. We have a server on order and are shooting for a terabyte of storage, but we have to figure out how to limp along with our iBooks until it gets set up.

Art

5 Comments:

Marilyn said...

Art,

We have 2 OSX servers at the high school with an XRaid back-up system. That is an option for now. No way do we want this project to limp on.

8:55 PM  
Janine Riggins said...

Yeaaaaa Marilyn!! I know that between you and Art, you'll find a way to allow us the freedom to vlog on!! I can envision many uses for it, from our documentary project to sharing instructional demos and so much more! I'm anxious to develop some of my own ideas along those lines, but need the ability to work from school or from home. Please help!

9:35 PM  
Andy Carvin said...

Ohmygod - we've created a monster! :-) Looks like you guys were having fun....

One little problem at the start of the video - I can't read your title graphics. I'm not sure if it's the font or the color combination, but when the video is shrunk down for Web viewing, it becomes unreadable.

6:45 AM  
John Blake said...

This is a great idea! I am looking forward to being able to replicate this model in our school. We do not have the OSX servers, but I am looking at .MAC for hosting our video. We have a small school and .MAC intergrates so well with our iBooks.

8:11 AM  
Marilyn said...

Welcome John to our site - we are glad to share ideas as we work through the beginning of this video documentary. Any ideas you may have please share, as you can see we comment frequently and support all efforts.

10:27 AM  

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