[LAU] Music video made with linux for music made with linux
ken at restivo.org
Mon Jan 28 12:05:49 EST 2008
On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 12:47:49PM +0100, Johannes Mario Ringheim wrote:
> Ken Restivo wrote:
>> My 7-year-old daughter was transfixed by a stop-action video remix of
>> a Familjen song, and wanted to do something like that. So I sat her
>> down with a digital camera and told her to have at it:
>> Video made with linux (qiv, ImageMagick, mencoder, avimerge), to go
>> with music made with linux (seq24, specimen, fluidsynth, hydrogen,
> Hey, that's some really funky music you got there, and the video ain't bad
> either! Reminds me of something like Bob James, or Herbie Hancock. Are some
> of the instruments live, or just software? Sounds like a band on my laptop
> speakers/youtube quality.
> Keep on coming with the funkyness, the video also matched the tune pretty
Thanks! She made the video, and then she picked that tune from my "catalog" to go with it.
I am very proud of her! She saw the Familjen video, and said "I want to do that". After briefly explaining how it was done, I sat her down with a digital camera and a pad, and off she went. Then I just ran the directory of JPEGs through mencoder to make a movie and then avimerge to add the music track. A fun project for kids (and grownups!) who like to draw.
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