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12 NOVEMBER 2013

Mozilla Webmaker: Popcorn Maker

"Popcorn Maker helps you easily remix web video, audio and images into cool mashups that you can embed on other websites. Drag and drop content from the web, then add your own comments and links –all within your browser. Popcorn Maker videos are dynamic, full of links and unique with every view."

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authoring toolconsumer co-creationcontent integrationcultural democracydigital eradigital media creationdigital media designmedia amalgamationMozilla • Mozilla Persona • Mozilla Webmaker • multimediamultimedia authoring toolpopcorn • Popcorn Maker (tool) • remixabilitySoundCloud • timeline metaphor • video bloggingvideo creationvideo editingvideo mixingvideo on the webvideo publishingvideo software • video timeline • VimeoYouTube

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Rob Canning
20 JULY 2012

Veengle: online tool for creating video compilations

"You can create video compilations and share it with friends. You can share your created videos almost anywhere (e.g. to your website, your blog, other social networking websites).

During Beta stage, Veengle will handle only youtube videos. When the full version is ready, users will be able to upload their videos directly to Veengle."

(Veengle)

[This tool which was located at: http://www.veengle.com/about is longer in operation.]

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amalgamationappropriationauthoring toolauthorshipcompilationcontent integrationdiscontinuedmedia amalgamationminglemixingmixtapemultimediamultimedia authoring toolonline toolonline video • parsing • re-purposesharingstitchedstitched togethertool • Veengle • video clipvideo clipsvideo collage • video compilation • video compilations • video creationvideo editingvideo mixing • video mixtape • video sequence • video sharingvideo synthesisweb applicationYouTube

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Simon Perkins
02 FEBRUARY 2012

Videodance: Alba Casanova's mutant anatomy

Fig.1 VIDEODANZA PARTIDA, Categoría: Videocreación, Guión y Dirección: Alba Casanova, Edición: Alba Casanova y Marc Guardiola, VFX: Marc Guardiola, LInk: http://vimeo.com/23959917, Rodado con Canon 5D mk II, Sigma 24mm 1.8, Canon 50mm 1.4, Mención Especial del Premio Nacional en la categoría de Videoarte del Festival Valencia Crea 2011. Via Bartholomew Bazaz, "Forest For Thoughts– My Journal and Diary" [http://bartholabazaz.tumblr.com/post/16882591206]

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2011 • Alba Casanova • anatomybizarrebodycreative practicedancefiguresfreaksgrotesque • Marc Guardiola • morphingmutantnudephysiologyVFXvideo creation • videodance • visual spectacle

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Simon Perkins
30 MAY 2011

Open Video Alliance: futuring participatory culture

"As internet video matures, we face a crossroads: will technology and public policy support a more participatory culture – one that encourages and enables free expression and broader cultural engagement? Will video be woven into the fabric of the open web? Or will online video become a glorified TV–on–demand service? Open Video is a movement to promote free expression and innovation in online video through open standards, open source, and sharing."

(Open Video Alliance)

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authorshipbest practicesbottom-up innovationcensorship • centralised distribution • CODECcontent distributioncopyrightcultural engagementdecentralisationdigital cultureDIYend-usersfair usefilmmakersfree expressionfree speech • iCommons • internet video • interoperabilityinteroperable technologies • Kaltura • legality • media consolidation • online videoopen codecsopen sourceopen standardsopen video • Open Video Alliance • open video ecosystem • open video formatsopen webownershipparticipatory culture • Participatory Culture Foundation • proprietaryproprietary technologiespublic policyregulationremix culture • remixers • scriptiblesharingsocial normstechnical innovationtechnologists • TV-on-demand • video artistsvideo creation • video creators • Yale Internet Society Project • YouTubers • YT

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Simon Perkins
05 JULY 2006

Active Ingredient: Make TV to Watch TV

"Merging live video with a social networking environment, MakeTV constructed a live programme of self moderated videos, 15 minutes of fame where every audience member could be a producer of content, and anyone anywhere could be the audience. Active Ingredient designed the time loop where 48 hour rotating live programme could be added to, viewed and recorded.

Active Ingredient hosted several events that used MakeTV as a new space for artists, which included the ongoing collaboration with Trampoline and the Radiator Festival, Sideshow (A Brit Art fringe event), Dislocate and Nottingham Trent University. The programme included new works developed for MakeTV by artists who had worked with Active Ingredient through Moon Radio webTV, since 2000 including: Jordan McKenzie, Sophia Lycouris, Frank Abbott, Sarah Thom and Elyce Semenac, Gareth Howell and Jeanie Finlay.

With the advent of YouTube, Skype and Live video conferencing online, everything changed and finally anyone could have access to online video. The Internet is now full of opportunities for artists making video work. MakeTV is no longer live, as Active Ingredient moved their focus and resources towards making their own work."

(Rachel Jacobs and Matt Watkins)

Note that the URL (http://www.make–tv.net) for the site is no longer active.

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2006Active Ingredient (collective)broadcastcommunity • Elyce Semenac • Frank Abbott • Gareth Howell • independent cultural initiatives • Jeanie Finlay • Jordan McKenzie • Little Big Head • livelive streaming video platformlive video • Lizzy Whirrity • make-tv.net • MakeTV • Matt Watkins • Moon Radio webTV • narrowcastingnew forms of distribution and presentationNottingham Trent Universityonline televisiononline videoproduser • Rachel Jacobs • Radiator FestivalRadiator Festival for New Technology Art • Sarah Thom • self-moderated • Sideshow (Brit Art fringe event) • Skype • Sophia Lycouris • space for artists • streaming media servicestreaming serviceTrampoline (arts organisation)TVvideo creationvideo on the webvideo publishingYouTube
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