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Re: [videoblogging] creative commons tool

By Lucas Gonze | Lucas Gonze <lgonze@...> | lucas_gonze
November 11, 2004 | Post #1748 | Topic #1747

On Thu, 11 Nov 2004, Jay dedman wrote: > > hey guys-- > > we've been talking about a collaborative tool for videoblogging. > > well, here's a tool that Creative Commons is developing for audio > mixing(hopefully video too!).... > > "the CC Mixter tool, at http://ccmixter.org/ , which allows > people to remix and mash up material under a sampling license." n.b.: I did much of the Mixter code, and I specifically enabled video file types because of the videoblogging group. However I did that in the last couple days of my contract, so I wasn't able to test that code, so there are probably minor bugs. Also, the max upload size is 5MB, which is fine for audio but harder on on video. (This maximum may have gone up since Nathan Yergler's python uploader came out -- the size limitation came from using the browser for uploads). - Lucas > > you can see that people can post a song/audio file... > anyone can download it...mix it up...add to it...and upload it as a comment. > or just comment with a new audio file. > > Imagine the Conversations we can have. > > Just for your info...Creative Commons is partnering with ourmedia.org > and archive.org... > which means they have almost unlimited storage and bandwidth capabilty > open to us. > > you can already use this tool: > http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/4507 > to upload your video to their server. > its easy as pie and the limit is 2GB(!) per file. > > They have a vision and its about people sharing media under a creative > commons license. > these are the initial tools. > its difficult for me to get the head around. > lets keep doing it. > > Jay > > > > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > >