(last edited on April 29, 2014 at 1:26 am)
I have a terrible memory for names and faces, so I tried to take as many short video clips as I could to help me remember. I edited the segments together into a 14-minute video to convey my SXSW experience. Next year I may have to actually bring a real video camera instead; this was shot with my Fuji FinePix F30d compact digital camera.
The video service I’m using, Viddler, allows people to annotate the video with tags and comments at specific places in the video stream, so have at it :-) I will tag the video with names when I get a bit more time, or you can tag yourself! :-) Viddler, unlike a lot of services, also retains the quality of the video; note that the graininess of this clip is because I shot at low resolution under low-light conditions with a digital camera, so that’s my fault. The cool thing was that Viddler’s servers didn’t recompress the already bad video (like YouTube would), since I uploaded it as a Flash Video (.flv) file.
UPDATE: BTW, if you’re on this video and don’t want to be, let me know and I will re-edit. So far everyone has been very cool, thanks!