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Video Sharing Thread

Started by 133MHz, June 16, 2008, 09:58:12 pm

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son_ov_hades

Quote from: nintendodork on May 03, 2011, 08:19:30 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPWBJ7TV-Xk

Very nice easter egg in this video! Make sure to watch at least more than half of it.


WHOA didn't expect that!  :o

nintendodork

I like to glitch old VHS tapes and turn them into visuals for live music events. Check out what I'm working on - www.instagram.com/tylerisneat

UglyJoe


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UglyJoe

Interesting.  I would guess they left it out due to royalty/licensing issues, since it's a Randy Newman song.

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Nightstar699

So ends another chapter in the glorious legend of the Ninja... Until next time...

nintendodork

I've got a question for anyone who knows a little bit about TVs and how cameras interact with them.  The video clip on this website: http://kellenandme.com/ (or, if you would rather just go to Youtube for a similar, albeit worse quality clip: http://youtu.be/BAyMHghFC-0)  I wanted to know how it was made, so I asked the artist of the songs (and also the videos), and he said "if you connect a video camera into the video out on a television, then point that camera at the t.v. screen, there is a very interesting world of light waiting to be explored. I find it works best if you use a tripod and make small adjustments as you go."

So basically I'm trying to clarify his answer.  All I have to do is plug a camera into a TV via a yellow RCA cable, and then point the camera at the TV, and something in the nature of the two videos in this post are the result? It almost doesn't seem like it's that simple.  I would try it for myself, but I don't have a cable that fits my camera.
I like to glitch old VHS tapes and turn them into visuals for live music events. Check out what I'm working on - www.instagram.com/tylerisneat

petik1

It looks like theres more going on. I've done a similar thing (camera and computer screen) and I got the "infinite universes" effect like in this video (1:48) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6y7YOlldek&feature=youtube_gdata_player