The Longevity Thesis Book Video

Saturday, August 4, 2007

The Longevity Thesis Video

Well, let's try this again. Here is the updated video. The old one was pulled because of some issues that needed to be resolved. I apologise to all the very nice people who so quickly left me comments, but I've gone and deleted them. Please repost! (If you are so inclined.)

So here's the final vid, and I would like to thank all the people involved in making it for their patience and kind support.

The Longevity Thesis

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Still very cool and atmospheric!


--JD

Jennifer Rahn said...

Thanks Dude. Glad you approve!

sfgirl said...

That's so cool, Jen! Well done! Great art and sounds.

Bean said...

I put it on my myspace :) Technical question for you - what program(s) did you use to do the video? I'd only know how to do that in flash and it would probably be a huge file

Jennifer Rahn said...

I used that little Movie Maker program that comes with Windows and the sound was done using Audacity which you can get from SourceForge.net. The original file was 14MB but you have the option of saving it smaller. Some of the sound and image resolution is lost, but it's not too bad.

Jennifer Rahn said...

Oh, I forgot to mention I also used The GIMP to make the little animated gif of Vernus that flashes in the middle of the vid, and to put in some of the letter overlays on some of the pictures.

bean2 said...

:-O Wow!! And it's also cool how you got a 14Mb file to look that good on the web!

turtlepower said...

my comments are always late, sigh...
that's a very cool video. very cool. why is ubuntu not in the credits! ubuntuuuuuUUUUUU!