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Mike HallRe: Interactive film using flash?
by on Feb 14, 2012 at 11:54:10 am

hi Demetri,

this is exactly what I had in mind. Using cue points allows to have a continuity which I think gives the whole film a much better reception. And the example might be crude, but really hits the jackpot. Notice how it looks a lot better when you don't have to wait for the next clip to load, where usually the take is different than the previous one and it all just looks so "partial". In your example, even though it's a stop-motion video, it preserves continuity and keeps the viewer "inside" (so to speak).

Now, it would really be tough to record two versions that begin with the same shot, I mean you'd always see a difference. So I think the best way to introduce the alternative version would be by an almost unnoticeable crossover, which of course is visible, but doesn't "hurt" that much.

Anyway, thanks for your involvement in the matter and I'll get in touch shortly.


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