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Title: CSC391/691 Digital Video and Animation Fall 2006 Burg


1
CSC391/691 Digital Video and AnimationFall
2006Burg
  • The Prufrock Project
  • Where are we as of 9/15/06?

2
Were in the experiment, learn the tools, and
make a plan stage
  • By next Tuesday morning (Sept. 19), each group
    should create a very short compressed movie file
    demonstrating whatever images youre working on
    at the moment.
  • Choose your compression and file type and tell me
    why you chose it in your writeup. I want the
    file to be reasonably small. You can store the
    file on the Digital Media Lab computer and tell
    me where it is, or give it to me via memory
    stick, etc. if this is possible.
  • As before, do a write-up for the class explaining
    how you did what you did.

3
Assignments
  • Joe and Todd Take a video of a cup of coffee,
    use a mask to make images show up in the coffee.
  • Mark and Brad Squeezing the universe into a
    ball.
  • Jim and Patrick One-night cheap hotels, make it
    look like dim 9mm style
  • Will and Clifton Put skull on the death figure
  • Leah and Adam Take footage for the last moment
    of Prufrock walking up to the door fill in the
    bottom with ocean
  • Adam and Steven Make yellow smoke slide along
    the street rubbing its back on the window panes.

4
Still images
  • Each student will also do a still image
  • Tell me which image you choose by Monday, Sept.
    18.
  • Take a digital photograph or save a bitmap file
    from a movie clip.
  • Edit it with special effects in Photoshop.
  • You can do a composite of more than one
    Photograph.
  • You can add vector graphics (e.g., using
    Illustrator) and/or text.
  • Give the image a title from one to five words
    long
  • Submit a writeup telling how you made your
    photograph.
  • Still images are due on September 25.
  • We may weave some of these images into the final
    video.

5
Choices for images
  • 7. Shall I say, I have gone at dusk through
    narrow streets
  • And watched the smoke that rises from pipes
  • Of lonely men in shirt-sleeves, leaning out of
    windows? (Will)
  • 8. "I should have been a pair of ragged claws
  • Scuttling across the floors of silent seas.
    (Clifton)
  • Would it have been worth while,
  • To have bitten off the matter with a smile,
  • To have squeezed the universe into a ball
  • To roll it toward some overwhelming question,
  • To say, I am Lazarus, come from the dead,
  • Come back to tell you all, I shall tell you all
    (Brad)
  • It is impossible to say just what I mean!
  • But as if a magic lantern threw the nerves in
    patterns on a
  • screen (Mark)
  • No, I am not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be
  • 1. "the evening is spread out against the sky
  • Like a patient etherized upon a table. (Jim)
  • 2. let us go through certain half-deserted
    streets,
  • The muttering retreats of restless nights in
    one-night cheap hotels
  • And sawdust restaurants with oyster-shells.
    (Patrick)
  • 3. "The yellow fog that rubs its back upon the
    window-panes,
  • The yellow smoke that rubs its muzzle on the
    window-panes
  • Licked its tongue into the corners of the
    evening,
  • Lingered upon the pools that stand in drains,
  • Let fall upon its back the soot that falls from
    chimneys,
  • Slipped by the terrace, made a sudden leap,
  • And seeing that it was a soft October night,
  • Curled once about the house, and fell asleep.
    (Adam)
  • 4. There will be time, there will be time
  • To prepare a face to meet the faces that you
    meet
  • There will be time to murder and create

6
Collaborators
  • Tom Chambers Digital Artist, Zhaoqing
    University
  • http//www.tomrchambers.com/
  • http//www.cs.wfu.edu/burg/iDEAs06Submission/idea
    sProposalBurgChambers.pdf
  • Jason Romney, NCSA, Digital Sound Designer,
    School of Design and Production
  • http//www.ncarts.edu/designandproduction/faculty2
    4.htm
  • http//www.cs.wfu.edu/burg/iDEAs06Submission/idea
    sProposalBurgRomney.pdf
  • Dr. Ed Wilson, Provost Emeritus, WFU
  • http//www.wfu.edu/wfunews/2005/100605w.html
  • Richard Clabaugh, NCSA, School of Filmmaking
  • http//www.rclabaugh.com/

7
Visitors
  • Dr. Ed Wilson will talk with the class about
    Prufrock on Monday, September 25.
  • Dr. Wilson taught English Literature at Wake
    Forest University, with a specialty in the
    Romantic period.
  • He was later Provost of the University.
  • We will record his reading of the poem on
    Tuesday, September 26.
  • Richard Clabaugh would like to visit the class to
    talk about visual composition. He wants to see
    the clips we have so far.

8
Whats next?
  • Well continue to experiment with the digital
    video tools until Wednesday, Sept. 27.
  • Then will try to agree on a design for the
    timeline and try to get usable sequences and
    images.
  • We need to decide on a platform or be certain
    that if we work on both Final Cut and Premiere
    well be able to export sequences from one into
    the other.
  • Experiment with effects on both platforms.
  • Let me know if you want to experiment on the Mac.

9
Apologies up front
  • We wont necessarily use sequence or image you
    make
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