> 2. Two camera's so the person at the podium can be composed inside
their slides / demos.
If I understand this, you're thinking that one camera would capture the
speaker, and the other would capture the slide presentation.
If it's possible, wouldn't it be better to put the slides directly into
the video, rather than showing video of the projected slides?
Screen capture could give the same option for demos, right?
Or is that really tough?
What I don't know about video capture/edit could just about fill the
Given that, thanks to all the people who've pulled the video together.
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You are all certainly welcome. I'm glad to be able to do the video.
Thanks are due to Dan Scott and Karen Schneider for bringing their
cameras and providing tapes. Karen shot the first 1.5 days of video
too. Ryan Eby has done pretty much all the work getting the files on
Google and posting / embedding on code4lib.org.
I expect to be there next year, and perhaps we can raise the bar a bit
more (but not too much.) Here are some ideas (suggestions are welcome):
1. Wired microphone for consistent sound 2. Two camera's so the person
at the podium can be composed inside their slides / demos.
We'll wait for the year after to try out 'bullet time' Matrix style
shots. :) Any other suggestions?