Sunday, September 30, 2007

Brightcove personal Videojournalism films

In one year as I recall I made nearly 500 videojournalism stories. Phew!

At the last conservative estimate at the studio I had some 800 beta tapes, 150 digibetas, 700 dvcam and countless VHS - that's a lot of stories, but I'll spare myself the embarrassement and try and be a bit more critical.

So here are some of the stories that are on which I have now migrated to Brightcove, whose compression codec compared to Youtube is streets ahead.

Eventually the films should provide an interesting time line in videojournalism's many styles, which starts of looking like traditional TV before, something else...

The few uploaded thus far are more promo orientated, (something I enjoy doing from working in Soho) but here's the link, where a number of films I had to split into two for yourtube to get the compression right can now be viewed in their entirety. The Ferrari film for once doesn't come out looking like chewing gum.

At some point, I'll produce the Making of the film in Cairo between Robb Montgomery and me..


Robb said...

yeah! LET'S DO IT.

I am glad that you agree that this hosted service is the way to go.

bluprojekt said...

I feel Brightcove is the best solution for posting video content online. Their publishpod is da bomb for ease of use.

Hope all is well.


Cliff Etzel

David of said...

I bow to your advice guyss - thanks loads

diversity production network said...

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Brightcove UK/European office had a launch here in July, which was attended by Michael Armstrong of BET International, who have an online only channel called BETonBlast hosted on Brightcove, that I had covered here

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I'd like to see your comments !

diversity production network said...

The correct link for the below item

BETonBlast hosted on Brightcove, that I had covered is here