I guess since a, we drifted to animation and b, this thing CAN loop and c, odds are loop gadget folks might want to play with one of these(single frame recorders) anyway; maybe I can post this without being too too OT: http://www.animationtoolworks.com/products/products.html Donh -----Original Message----- >From: ditch wrestler <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Sent: Aug 21, 2006 9:26 AM >To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com >Subject: Re: video looping > >I saw a performance last summer at a local freaky music festival of Bob >Hebert, animator, and Bob Ostertag, music. Bob would sample stuff live >sounds (kids toys mostly) and mangle them while Bob would did a live >animation - he's draw one cell or put on object on his table, take a >picture of it, then add to it, etc. and it kept looping; whenever he >added a new cell, it would insert itself at the end of the loop. > > It was something that they had worked out before hand but there was >still a lot of room to improvise. > > The overall theme is the 9/11 with policital overtones. > > They recorded it - "Betweeen Science and Garbage" and was released on >John Zorn's Tzadik label. >http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDReviews19/Between_Science_and_Garbage_DVD_Review.htm > > Great performance; never seen the dvd, though. > > > ted harms. > > > >Krispen Hartung <email@example.com> wrote: > Speaking of video looping, I don't know if such a device exists, but an >analog to something like a audio looper would be a machine that shoots >video, plays iti back in real-time, but also allows you to keep recording >video and super-imposing it over the top of the original video, and so >on.....man, that would be a trip. The only thing I seen close to this is >in >my looping videos, where they had three cameras on me, and the producer >in >the studio was panning and fading from one camera to another, so you saw >video superimposed on video, but it wasn't looping of course. Anyway, a >real video looping machine would be cool...imagine multiplying with >video, >or reverse, half time, insert, etc.. > >Kris > >----- Original Message ----- >From: "loop.pool" >To: "LOOPERS DELIGHT (posting)" >Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 7:54 AM >Subject: OT: video looping > > >> Do you think video looping is too off topic for Loopers Delight? >> >> I've been doing a series of loop videos in Sony Vegas (which is exactly >> analogous to the way Sony ACID chops and manipulates audio loops) >> using a very cheap Radio Shack digital camera that will only shoot >> 30 second, very, very lo fi videos. >> >> I'm finally beginning to be a little frustrated by the 30 second >> limitation >> and am considering buying an inexpensive digital video camera >> >> Can anyone advise me on something that is either >> 1) brand new and inexpensive but impressive in terms of quality? or >> 2) something that is trailing edge technology that is still malleable >and >> of decent quality. >> >> I don't have very much money but I'm loving doing this work to accompany >> my next cd of Abstract Electronica (that is heavily loop based but not >> real time loop based), >> "ORANGE" due on a DVD multi-media format in time for Y2k6. >> >> I appreciate the advice in advance. >> >> If people are offended by this post (for being off topic) please >forgive >> me and just write me >> offlist. >> >> yours, Rick Walker >> >> > > > > > >"Indeed, naturally I think that a film should have a beginning, middle, >and an end — but not necessarily in that order." Jean Luc Goddard > >--------------------------------- >Do you Yahoo!? > Get on board. You're invited to try the new Yahoo! Mail Beta.