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Continuity Problems Can GIF in Your Way

Note: This should be moved over to CogDogBlog.com when the hippies hosting it turn the lights on)

My latest video watching was Clint Eastwood’s western Hang “em High (1968), his first non spaghetti one. The story of the honest guy done wrong, his quest for revenge, is also played out on the balance of power and justice in the opening of the Oklahoma territory, as well as the seemingly public interest in displayes of punishment.

Plus you have Alan Hale Jr as a bad guy (Oh Skipper), Bruce Dern as well (who you expect in that role), and even Dennis Hopper in a minor role.

I am watching movies now for GIFfable moments, and have several lined up. But it was my reading of the numerous continuity errors that i started looking at that title sequence for the white car in the background. I did finally spot it, wow, it could not be more than a few pixels, but with a bit more analysis and image processing, there are quite a few more problems that seemed to have slipped into the print.

continuity-problems

I would think a big production would be a bit more careful.

I will slip this into the ds106 GIFfest as a Goof GIF, an assignment added by Emily Strong.

I’ve got some more scenes to do!

The opening animation sequence would be fun to do as well, see the trailer:

PS You can catch the entire movie in 10 minute clip segments on the YouTube, pretty good quality too.

Cat? A ds106 Recycled Media Assignment

Arggh, since my hippie hosted main blog is down for the count tonight, I shall hang my blog post here. In prepping the work for next week’s ds106 section on Remix, I needed/wanted to do one of the assignments we just added- Recycle the Media in which we are charged with making a mashup from the content that students shared a few weeks back- their left over, unused bits of media from previous assignments. We loaded over 150 of these to a site on minus.com to make available for download and mixing up.

So without much more ado, my story about a cat:

This story was driven by the primarily the “flames and woman’s scream sound” which lef me to the grill one, and from there, well. this.

So we have a cat who is missing. Dad just tries to say “it’s ok” (he does not care about the cat). The little kid passes the blame. And now there is meat sizzling on the barbecue (insert wilhlem scream). What about that cat? Where is it?

The media used included:

I replicated the short “Ahh” sounds 3 times by option click dragging the audio track. I also copied and pasted 3 more times the short Shining Clip. From there it was a matter of overlaying some titles

This was a second edit, I added a bit more because the first one was a tad morbid.

What the Blog?

I totally forgot I even had this blog. What is it here for?

Someone tell me.

Okay, I am trying the new Twitter-API th

Okay, I am trying the new Twitter-API thing Matt wrote about, posting via Tweetie 2 to a wp.com blog. Wow, what will 140 char blog posts do?

Hello

How original is the firts blog post?

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