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Posted in full at: http://bit.ly/2J7Oh1z on May 08, 2019 at 11:18AM


“Frankly, your humble reporter can take “Star Trek "or leave it; it has about as high a corn  content as most of the action series. ” Pure" science fiction isn’t.

“Save Star Trek” echoes in my head like a battle cry. It stirs my blood and jiggles my glands it gives me hope, hope that people are still stronger than computers, hope that the democratic process is still not entirely in the hands of Univac.

Yes, let’s save “Star Trek.” Let us bombard NBC with letters, telegrams, phone calls. Let us swamp the network in paper, glut the hallways under unopened envelopes. Let us make a fearsome racket, not because Star Trek is important, because our individual human dignity is important. Surely we are all fed up with the mystical omniscience of the poll and the rating book, tired of smug tyranny of Madison-Avenue nose-counters.

I think we are all tired of anonymity, tired of the feeling that we are powerless to influence invent events as individuals. We may not be able to change the course of events in Vietnam, but perhaps we still have the power to make a giant corporation squirm. If so, we are still men. “

Bob MacKenzie, Oakland Tribune, Mon Jan 22, 1968 

Tags:the year is 1966, star trek, is about to be cancelled, protests, against, the vietnam war is growing, fandom history, dwcrosspost

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Posted in full at: http://bit.ly/2Jrw12p on May 08, 2019 at 05:41PM

The Evening Sun Fri May 6, 1966 announcing a new TV show called “Star Trek”

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Adapting Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London for Television
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the folks behind Shaun of the DeadHot Fuzz, and The World’s End, a.k.a. the Cornetto trilogy, are taking on another series: Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London, an urban fantasy procedural in which aspiring detective Peter Grant finds himself working for The Folly, Scotland Yard’s department of supernatural beings. Frost and Pegg’s production company Stolen Picture will adapt the first book in the Peter Grant series for television (with Sony Pictures Television), with Aaronovitch also serving as an executive producer.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: The Vidder’s Lament: Source Need

I require the source for a very short lived television show that aired 2010-11 called “Shattered” and while I KNOW and have faith that many CKR fangirls that proceed me have celebrated and shared this source, I’m coming in almost a decade later making gimme hands and heart eyes but times have changed and there is a new show called Shattered and an ID docuseries and it’s all a mess and I CANNOT FIND IT. 
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Hi everyone! I'm fairly new to vidding and have been trundling along happily so far just learning to use Lightworks and getting the editing basics down. But now I'm starting to edge toward things like paying attention to picture quality and converting files into more editable formats, etc. I will read up on some of the previous posts people have shared (I see there was a recent discussion about how to deal with mkvs, which I've also recently been struggling with!), but my question for today is:

For vidders who work in Windows and use Lightworks to edit, what codec works best for your editing? And what software do you use to convert your various kinds of source files into that desired codec?

Thank you so much for any advice, it's much appreciated!
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: the magicians - welcome to the twitter tire fire
Syfywire just pulled the article they put up a few hours ago, "Queerness and Death in the Magicians" and deleted the tweet that announced it. That's super not at all questionable and really normal.


You can read the deleted essay here: http://www.pajiba.com/tv_reviews/the-magicians-season-4-finale-is-a-masters-class-in-how-not-to-treat-queer-characters.php

along with a second critical review that they also deleted here:   https://web.archive.org/web/20190418180429/https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/the-magicians-discussion-the-season-4-finale-changes-the-show-forever

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Pros vids at AO3
All the Pros vids I could track down at AO3 divided into 2 lists: by Vidder & by Song. The vidder list includes the vidders' own titles for their vids & their summary. The song list uses the title of the song, which sometimes differs from the vid title.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Social Media Manifesto
Social Media Manifesto

Whereas: Fandom is at its best when it provides communities a place to gather;

Whereas: Fans have perfected the art of the personal essay;

Whereas: Livejournal was an exceptional gathering place for Fandom;

Whereas: Russia, a hostile foreign power, controls Livejournal;

Whereas: Hostile entities have disproportionate representation on Facebook and Twitter, with serious impacts on their pleasantness and utility; moreover, bots and trolls infest these platforms;

Whereas: The curated feed allows these companies to determine what we see and in what order;

Whereas: Dreamwidth is the logical successor to Livejournal, and uses the same code;

Whereas: Dreamwidth does not have a surveillance-based corporate profit-driven business model;

THEREFORE, we, the undersigned call upon Fandom to recreate their online community and to do it on Dreamwidth.

Signed,

Lots of people, including you?
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This year I decided to make a vidshow about how much I hate capitalism. (I’m not kidding.) The working, and probably actual, title is “Be Gay, Do Crimes”.  It will be vid show on queers and marginalized folk doing what they gotta to survive under capitalism/the patriarchy/etc.
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Proposal to download YouTube fanvids before Europe's Article 13 takes them down
"I was thinking about each of us downloading videos, and marking them as "Safe/Downloaded" in the comments, until we find another place to put them / way to share them."
 
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PLEASE don’t steal work from vidders.
Whether it is reuploading a video, or taking clips from their edit and passing the editing off as your own, PLEASE DON’T.  
 
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Make things that are bad, silly, self indulgent.  
Making that silly middle school-esque fanvid was the most fun I had video editing in a while. I went to uni for media, I got graded on my editing. It can kill the fun.  Make things that are bad, silly, self indulgent. Just make things because you want to. Don’t let perfectionism kill ideas.
 
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seekingferret: Wiscon Vids/Database Vids  
But it strikes me that vids like "Transmission" and [personal profile]eruthros's "Straightening Up the House", which got its own 7.5K creation essay, are vids that in an essential way may reflect an emerging Wiscon aesthetic that is meaningfully different from VVC-style vids. These are vids that are created by vidders fluent in the VVC house style, but they have the DNA of academic research projects in them as well. Vids are always attractive to me because of the information density they're capable of conveying, but "Transmission" and "Straightening Up the House" intentionally throw more information at you than you can absorb, while making you aware that they are doing this. The kiloword creation essay is an essential part of the art. You can simply sit back and watch "Transmission" and enjoy it, but you do so with the full awareness that you are not seeing everything the vidder has to say. I feel like that stands in confrontational opposition to the idea of Vid as Essay, which is so often essential to understanding VVC vids. 
 
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elfwreck: Vidding 101 Begins
I picked up Sony Vegas 14 at HumbleBundle a while back, and finally got around to installing it. 
I want to make a vid. I want to make a vid I know damn well nobody else will make, so I guess I gotta learn vidding.
However, the vid I want to make is complicated and involves several sources from different eras, which I know is a pain. So first, I gotta make an easy-for-beginners vid to get used to the software.
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All this Endgame excitement is really overflowing my brain with ideas for vids. But my only experience with making fanvids goes back more than a decade with a borrowed copy of DVD Shrink and Window Movie Maker on a computer that wasn't really equipped to handle either, and I always wanted something that would let me layer video in more ways that WMM would allow.  
 
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On the plus side, this little exercise in frustration made me finally fully update my index of Vids by Song (I have 3 indexes: by Song, by Vidder, & by Fandom; the other 2 are complete, but I started the Song database later on, so I never got it fully done). Next time I get convinced I have a vid set to a certain song, I want to be able to go directly to the song itself & see! Not combing through every single vid. 
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Resources

Vid songs database? 
Is there somewhere an index or rec list or database or website or something where you can search for vids by song choice rather than (in addition to) fandom or ship or vidder? 
 
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How to make the perfect fanvid rec list - using vids from multiple streaming platforms (YouTube, Vimeo, Internet Archive, Daily Motion etc).  
"Any recommendations for for newer software that might deal with files better? (I'm using Lightworks for the actual vidding)"
https://vidding.dreamwidth.org/389542.html
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Challenges/Contests

cupidsbow Equinox Vid Recs - Sources from the 1990s
 
 

 

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Has anybody vidded Hannibal to "Psycho Killer" yet?
 I have no video editing skills or free time to acquire them in, unfortunately, but if I did I would definitely make this vid.  There's so many directly applicable lines.  "I can't sleep 'cause my bed's on fire / don't touch me I'm a real live wire" would be shots of Will Graham writhing and flinching, "I hate people when they're not polite" is obviously Hannibal reacting to rudeness, "run run run away" is Will stumbling through the woods after the ravenstag, all that French could be laid over Hannibal in elegant European settings . . .  because in the end they are BOTH psycho killers . . . 
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Fanvids + WisCon
Also, I skimmed through the list of panels that still needed more panelists, and saw that the Fanvid Discussion Deep Dive panel was on there. So I volunteered for that, and got on. Each panelist screens a vid (not one of their own) and talks about what they love about it. I really have no idea which vid I'll pick. There are plenty I love that fit in with WisCon's themes of feminism and scifi/fantasy!
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Spring Equinox 2019: Sources from the 1990s is live!
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Exquinox - Sources from the 1990s
Masterpost: https://archiveofourown.org/collections/springequinox2019/works

 
Bitch - Batman Returns, Selina Kyle/Bruce Wayne
 
White Flag - Xena: Warrior Princess, Gabrielle/Xena
 
You Know What I Mean - The Heroic Trio, Tung & Ching & Chat 
 
Like, Wannabe - Clueless, Cher Horowitz/Josh Lucas
 
Take Over - The Craft, Nancy Downs/Everyone
 
Everything In Its Right Place - ER, John Carter
 
Come Away with Me - Northern Exposure, Marilyn Whirlwind/The Flying Man
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Vidding 101 Begins
I picked up Sony Vegas 14 at HumbleBundle a while back, and finally got around to installing it.

I want to make a vid. I want to make a vid I know damn well nobody else will make, so I guess I gotta learn vidding.

However, the vid I want to make is complicated and involves several sources from different eras, which I know is a pain. So first, I gotta make an easy-for-beginners vid to get used to the software.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Guess the Equinox vidder!
Now that Spring Equinox is live, it's time to play Guess the Equinox Vidder!
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But it strikes me that vids like "Transmission" and </a></b></a>eruthros's "Straightening Up the House", which got its own 7.5K creation essay, are vids that in an essential way may reflect an emerging Wiscon aesthetic that is meaningfully different from VVC-style vids. These are vids that are created by vidders fluent in the VVC house style, but they have the DNA of academic research projects in them as well. Vids are always attractive to me because of the information density they're capable of conveying, but "Transmission" and "Straightening Up the House" intentionally throw more information at you than you can absorb, while making you aware that they are doing this. The kiloword creation essay is an essential part of the art. You can simply sit back and watch "Transmission" and enjoy it, but you do so with the full awareness that you are not seeing everything the vidder has to say. I feel like that stands in confrontational opposition to the idea of Vid as Essay, which is so often essential to understanding VVC vids.

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[dreamwidth.org profile] vidding posted: Free or nearly free software for clipping large/ 1080p mkv files on mac
Trying to vid for the first time in years, and I've gone back to MPEG Streamclip for clipping purposes, but as well as no longer being as stable as it used to be, it doesn't seem to be able to deal with large .mkv files.

I have no problem clipping the .mkv that are around 1 gb 720p but can't deal with .mkv files that are around 4gb 1080p. (I'm not technically savvy enough to know whether it's the size or the encoding it's having an issue with).

Any recommendations for for newer software that might deal with files better? (I'm using Lightworks for the actual vidding)
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[Unknown LJ tag]posted Vidding News | Vol. 012 | 21st April 2019
 
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Editor's Note: I am now going to be including individual vid announcements in the weekly newsletter instead of on a monthly basis since a) there weren't as many as I thought and b) I missed posting the second month anyway.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Pillowfort is moving to .social
In the various discussions about PF's user content rules, legalities, social standards, and so on, someone happened to notice that PF's domain host, .io, doesn't allow adult content of any sort.

Oops.

Pillofort immediately started looking for a new domain extension. They found one, and have begun the process of shifting over. The site's been cloned; logins work; posting doesn't. They'll keep the .io addresses for at least a year (unless the NIC.IO staffers happen to notice them and cancel it in the meantime), but the whole site will be officially moving soon, like this month sometime.

... On the one hand, glad they're doing something about this. On the other, how am I supposed to trust they can manage user conflicts and TOS edge cases and the business hassles of running a social platform, when they didn't bother to look at their domain host's content rules.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Set up a Dreamwidth queue, drafts, and local backup on OS X

There isn't much I miss from my stay on Tumblr
and it's a great relief to spend more time on Dreamwidth--
and, these days, my feed reader.
However, there are still some functions that Tumblr has and Dreamwidth lacks, like a draft folder and the ability to queue posts.

Tumblr aside, I also found myself wanting to keep local copies of my posts
and to compose them in an editor with more robust functions, such as live Markdown preview,
than the DW editor offers.
I like the new DW beta editor but it's still not an actual text editor,
nor does it write to my own machine without an extra step like copy-paste.

So I figured, why not set it up on my computer?
It seemed simple enough with Dreamwidth's post by email function and Terminal on Mac.
It took me longer than I thought to get it working reliably
because there were a few different components to it, like Postfix, Bash, and Launchd.

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: 14th April 2019
Vidding News | Vol. 011 | 14th April 2019
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: On the Origins of Modern Biology and the Fantastic: Part 10—Ray Bradbury and Mechanisms of Regulation

Bradbury followed up The Martian Chronicles with his last book of largely science fiction stories, The Illustrated Man (1951), full of metaphorical stories about civil rights, atomic war, and the misuse of technology. Meanwhile, Bradbury was welcomed into the literati, further inspiring him to publish more and more literary stories. In 1953, his first collection mixing SF and literary fiction, Golden Apples of the Sun (1953), was released. But it was his reputation within SF that finally earned him the opportunity to break into Hollywood with his first original story treatment for a movie, It Came From Outer Space, which turned the space invader trope on its ear.

It was this foray in film that exposed Bradbury to McCarthy’s Hollywood Communist witch hunts and in response, Bradbury produced perhaps his most enduring book, Fahrenheit 451 (1953). Bradbury also drew on his memories of the Nazi book burnings he’d seen in newsreels as a kid and from a bizarre encounter with the LAPD he’d had while walking. The novel was written in two sessions in the basement of the UCLA Library, where he pumped dimes into a rental typewriter, and Bradbury released it with Ballantine Books, a publisher who recognized science fiction’s literary potential. Bradbury was clearly on to something and Fahrenheit 451 was an instant success, garnering high praise from critics nationwide for its unflinching look at censorship and the dangers of mass-media-induced complacency.

 

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Star Trek: Discovery Proves Captain Pike Passed One Test Kirk Failed

Last year, Captain Pike didn’t have a personality. Before Star Trek: Discovery’s second season, Christopher Pike was less of a character and more of an answer to a trivia question. But now, thanks in part to the new episode “Through the Valley of the Shadows,” Pike has become a completely rounded person. Not only does Pike’s decision in this episode make him one the bravest Star Trek captains ever, we now know he actually faced —and passed — one test that James T. Kirk famously screwed up.

 

Spoilers ahead for Star Trek: Discovery, season 2, episode 12, “Through the Valley of the Shadows,”

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[dreamwidth.org profile] franzeska posted: Why statistics are a canary in a coal mine, but nothing more
The comment on that post about how 95% of speaking roles are male and thus slash is inevitable. It reads:
"wouldn’t it be fair to say that hatred of women is still a factor - but on the creators part for giving us such little representation.

I also wanna see how different races and ethnicities affect the ships cause there’s is definitely a tendency to ship m/m if both the men are white. If one of them is a poc, the fandom tends to believe the ‘oh they are just friends’ narrative. But i would like to seem some real statistics about that"
Misogyny in the original source material is always a likely issue.

Fandom does ship a lot of white guys together, but we collectively spend a lot of time shaming slash fangirls while not complaining about the sea of white het. The m/m part of the equation isn’t meaningful: all of fandom ships a lot of white characters.
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Vid songs database?

Is there somewhere an index or rec list or database or website or something where you can search for vids by song choice rather than (in addition to) fandom or ship or vidder?

There is an older one for AMV at animemusicvideos.org  Vividcon’s database is still up.  On YouTube. I plug in the song title and then the fandom or fanvid.  You can also search 18,000 fanvids by title on the vidders.net archive - Garfield (vidders.net) is also working on an AO3 fanvid database right now.

 
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Posted in full at: http://bit.ly/2Z0xvpC on April 10, 2019 at 03:27PM

Tags:vidding, fanvids, fan vid, viddercon, dropmark, DWCrosspost



For the past few month I’ve been providing  user feedback on Viddercon,  a fan created cross-platform video playlist site that allows fans to build streaming vid shows. (You can see an example here using the Escapade 2019 Vid Show). 

To date, all the commercial streaming video platforms (Vimeo, YouTube etc) lock you into their platform. If you want to make a vid rec list, you can only select videos from their platform. But fanvids are now everywhere: Instagram, Dailymotion, BiliBili…. and of course a few vidders are now starting to stream their own vids using cloud based Content Delivery Network  (CDNs) servers or via the Fediverse.

Viddercon (short for Vidder Conventions), is the platform developed by Garfield and it is designed to assist those wanting to host curated vid shows. For casual fanvid recs, however, there is a commercial tool available. Dropmark is a free service that will allow you to create a streaming rec list across platforms;

You can link to vids from many platforms, including your own website and also add password protected vids. And you can even upload a limited number of fanvids to their servers.


How to add a vid to your Dropmark playlist (image below)  ↓



Not only can you link to a vid, Dropmark will give you 500MB for free so you can upload your own vid.  ↓


When you pull in a public vid, it will create a thumbnail, a link to the source of the video and Author (Vidder).  It will also give you a section where you can add a more details about the vid.  ↓


You can add videos from a wide rage of sources. Below is a  Stargate SG1 fanvid hosted on the Internet Archive.  ↓


Below is a Sentinel vid from Bilibili  ↓


 

Embedding Password Protected Videos

You will need to list the password info for password protected vids. The first example below is a Vimeo fanvid that lists no password info. The next 2 examples have the password listed in the file name.   ↓


Unless the viewer clicks on the info button to the  far right, all they will see is a blank screen asking for the password. This is why you add the password to the vid title.   ↓




If the viewer does click on the info button to the far right, they will see the password in a second location. This is also where you will add vidder credits. Dropmark cannot automatically pull the author/creator info from a locked vid.  Finally, if the vid is on AO3, consider leaving a link to the AO3 page for  vidder feedback.   ↓


Example below of a self-hosted vid that is streamed via a  Content Delivery Network (CDNs).   ↓


 

You can also embed a vid streaming from the Fediverse. Below is a video uploaded to a PeerTube instance.  To embed the vid, you must find the direct link to the video by going to the PeerTube vid page (Ex: https://queertube.org/videos/watch/719d589b-b235-4157-a09d-990eccc40507 ) and using “View Source” on your browser,  to find  the URL of the vid (Ex: https://queertube.org/videos/embed/719d589b-b235-4157-a09d-990eccc4050 )


Dropmark URLs have 3 privacy settings: Invite only, Unlisted, Public   ↓


Dropmark also allows you to download your URLs and video files (if you’ve uploaded them).


And they have a bookmarklets/browser plugins, RSS feeds, and the ability to upload via email etc.

Here is my test Playlist: https://morgandawn.dropmark.com/648968


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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: 7th April 2019
Announcements
SHareCon Vid Show
SHareCon is looking for dance vids, premiering vids, and favorites to show at our Starsky & Hutch con. The con will be held September 27-30, 2019 and we'd like to have all vids submitted by September 1st. Contact Flamingo @ mamabird@sharecon.net.

Resources
</a></b></a>hopelesse: Vid song consultant for (no-cost!) hire
Have you been turning a vid idea over and over in your head, but you can't find the perfect song that'll drive your idea home? Apparently this is a problem! And I'm here to help.
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[community profile]fanworks FanWorks Convention Needs Your Vids
Throughout the con weekend, there will be a room dedicated to showing vidshows (curated playlists of vids) on a large screen. Vidshows will also be available to stream online for both attending and supporting members at any time during or after the con. In order to show vidshows, the con needs... vidshows! Each vidshow will run the length of one panel (45 minutes, or slightly under) and will be centered on a specific theme/topic submitted by the VJ (curator). Vidshows typically feature multiple vidders and fandoms. Examples of themed vidshows...  

Connexions 2019 is looking for vids!
Connexions, a little every-other-year slash con held just outside Washington D.C., is seeking vids made between August 2018 and August 2019 for its vidshow.  
https://connexions-so.dreamwidth.org/30592.html
VidUkon Convention: Call for recs: behind-the-scenes vids?   "We are looking for vids about behind the scenes stories. Like, specifically vids that focus on how the media source is made or what the cast and crew get up to behind the camera. We want to try to keep the emphasis on TPBT creation rather than fan creation, if that makes sense. So, more 'Long Live' than 'Pressure'. " https://calvinahobbes.dreamwidth.org/198305.html
Resource: Vid song consultant for (no-cost!) hire  [personal profile] hopelesse : "Have you been turning a vid idea over and over in your head, but you can't find the perfect song that'll drive your idea home? Apparently this is a problem! And I'm here to help."  https://vidding.dreamwidth.org/388895.html

Meta
"so I had this idea to see if I could vid in imovie on my ipad so I could take it on vacation with me. not even getting into the gesture based interface, I fully expected getting clips in to be the biggest pain in the ass. I was not wrong. "

"we had the Gen songvids panel. I had suggested this panel idea and Jan loved it--each panelist brought a favorite vid or two to show and talk about why we loved it."

"Yay vids!!!! The show this year featured 14 vids--7 gen and 7 slash. A great bunch as usual"

 "We started off with Jan's choice, "Tainted Love" by the Media Cannibals, a comic look at a very unhealthy Mulder/Krycek dynamic"

Musings on vidding 
"There was a point in working on my equinox_exchange vid that I didn't think my idea would work. "

"Now most of these videos are at least 73% blocked. (82% if it was previously blocked in Asian countries.)"  

"...Just make things because you want to. Don’t let perfectionism kill ideas. Or you’ll end up with an endless graveyard of them .....Making that silly middle school-esque fanvid was the most fun I had video editing in a while ..."

".. I would prefer a fan video that’s edited smooth and well thought out that’s a short version of a song than the full song with a bunch of unfitting clips." 
http://iamanartichoke.tumblr.com/post/183662850428/just-dropping-my-opinion-but-i-would-prefer-a-fan
 

 
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Resource: Vid song consultant for (no-cost!) hire
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Have you been turning a vid idea over and over in your head, but you can't find the perfect song that'll drive your idea home? Apparently this is a problem! And I'm here to help.

My music library is eclectic and vast. Are you looking for a driving beat with harsh, inhuman sounds? A liquid, summer-warm song under 3 minutes long? Something that makes you feel dizzy and hungry with a jazzy overtone? Give me an idea of what you're looking for -- an emotion, a sound, a vibe, a song that's almost what you want but isn't quite doing it for you, whatever you've got -- and I'll spitball song ideas with you! 

For an idea of the kinds of things I might recommend, check out my listening now playlist on spotify.

Talking music is one of my very favorite things. Lets do it together.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: 31st March 2019
Vidding News | Vol. 009 | 31st March 2019
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anonymous asked:

What's happened to all the power ranger fanvids on youtube? A lot of them now show blocked for copyright by Hasbro??? Did I miss the tea?

 
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Out of the Auditary is live!
out of the auditary promo banner
Out of the Auditary is live!
Come check out the 40 podfics in 60 fandoms by many different creators! \o/
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Vidding Chatter

 
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[dreamwidth.org profile] walkthegale posted: Vid Rec Gathering - Monsters
Hello friends! As pretty much always at this time of year, I am looking for vid recs! I'll be VJing at vidshow at this year's </a></b></a>vidukon_cardiff and my theme is Monsters.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Call for recs: behind-the-scenes vids?
You see, I am going to VIDUKON for the first time with </a></b></a>kabal42 and Heidi this year!!! I am so excite!!! I honestly am looking so much forward to meeting all these people from inside my computer/phone (mostly phone these days) and geeking out with them <3

And just because we don't know how to do stuff halfway, Heidi and I took a spur of the moment decision and volunteered to VJ a show. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but now we aren't sure how to fill up 45 minutes (I know, incredible, right?) and so we hope you all can help us???

We are looking for vids about behind the scenes stories. Like, specifically vids that focus on how the media source is made or what the cast and crew get up to behind the camera. We want to try to keep the emphasis on TPBT creation rather than fan creation, if that makes sense. So, more Long Live than Pressure.
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Castiel & Dean (Crack!vid); homosexual subtext [Vid by anaapenas]

Her channel was just deleted from YT.

Details: https://spnvidrecs.livejournal.com/79449.html


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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Connexions 2019 is looking for vids!
Connexions, a little every-other-year slash con held just outside Washington D.C., is seeking vids made between August 2018 and August 2019 for its vidshow.

The call for vids says they're looking for vids "that are a) slash and b) multimedia"--I assume they mean both at once maybe? But if you want to ask for any clarification, it looks like the person to contact is Ker at dcmf.office@gmail.com .

For more details on the con, see their website at http://www.connexions-south.com/. The page on their site that focuses on the vidshow specifically is here.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: To my old-school slasher friends: Guardian could be your next fandom!
Now that we're back on Dreamwidth and running into each other more often, you may have noticed that a bunch of your old pals, including me, seem to have fallen into fanlove for a Chinese drama called Guardian (link is to a playlist of all episodes with English subtitles of HIGHLY variable quality).

What, you may well ask, is going on here? What does Guardian give that is worth overcoming the barriers of language and culture to understand?[1]

Here's what: They made it for us.

By "us" I don't mean "Westerners", I mean slashers. Guardian is a live-action TV series where we are the desired, intended audience. In the words of </a></b></a>china_shop, Guardian is a mindfuck when you're used to donning your slash goggles.
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 If you have time, please test this playlist by clicking on the first vid and playing through
https://morgandawn.dropmark.com/648968
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Myspace apparently lost 12 years’ worth of music, and almost no one noticed
Myspace has apparently lost most or all of the music files uploaded by its users before 2015, and it told users that the data was corrupted beyond repair during a server migration. Myspace apparently admitted the problem to concerned users seven or eight months ago, but so few people noticed that there wasn't any news coverage until the past 24 hours.
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Reddit Admins Issue Formal Warning to /r/piracy, Totally Out of the Blue

On March 17, 2019, TorrentFreak published an article about Reddit’s /r/piracy discussion forum.

It was actually prepared six days earlier, a point of importance that will become clear later on.

We noted how some in the thriving community of around 350,000 subscribers were concerned that it could be shut down for talking about piracy. In general, we highlighted what should be apparent – discussing piracy is a whole different animal than actually engaging in it.

Perhaps even more importantly, we reported on statements issued earlier this month by a key moderator of /r/piracy. The person in question, ‘dysgraphical’, reported that the section effectively has a zero-tolerance stance against infringement.

Not only do posters of any offending links to allegedly infringing content face an immediate suspension, but also anyone who even asks for them. This, quite clearly, goes way beyond the requirements of the DMCA.

Furthermore, /r/piracy – just like any other service provider – lists rules (effectively Terms of Service) that expressly forbid any kind of copyright infringement. Any posts breaking these rules are deleted, either with automated tools or manual intervention.

It’s a classic situation of technology and humans policing a platform as the law requires, but exceeding its requirements. Indeed, anyone looking for actual links to pirated content will find /r/piracy one of the least useful resources on the Internet, thanks to the work of the mods and the 99.9% of users who respect the rules.

"Reddit itself executed 26,234 content removals in 2018 due to copyright but no one is suggesting that Reddit’s host should ban Reddit."

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 Announcements
 
vidbigbang: The first VidBigBang is live! 
Long vids. Featured are Supernatural, Hannibal, Star Wars and Fast & Furious


Meta

AMVs.org for the Rest of Us
".....what's so awesome about AO3 for vids. When I think about vidding sites in terms of metadata rather than hosting, there is one definitive example, an example that has set the standard for two decades: Animemusicvideos.org  "
https://franzeska.dreamwidth.org/197708.html


How I do the Escapade Dance Party 
"....  the way I make the dance party playlist is actually kind of complicated. And you know what that means: It's time for a tl;dr post! " Everything you ever eanted to know about 'The sociological function of vidshows at cons' , 'Quality and "Quality", 'How I actually find vids on a practical level' and downloading tools for various platforms. 
 
"A list of the "top three types of fanvid comments I (won’t/don’t know how to/can’t) respond to:..." 
 
It’s all vidding.   
"It’s all vidding. Fan trailers, AU’s, voice-over vids, slideshow vids, those interesting little 12 second fannish creations I see popping up all over Twitter… I vid a certain way; I have a certain recognizable style, I think, especially if someone has been exposed to my vids for an extended period of time. My way is not the only way. My reasons to make vids are not the only reasons. My resources are not the only resources." — Luminosity, vidder (2019)

https://meeedeee.tumblr.com/post/183225271856/its-all-vidding-fan-trailers-aus-voice-over


Vidding Crossovers
"The most work with these crossovers and universe is to go through all that footage, through the sea of movies and maybe even episodes. It takes a lot of time and when you finally check everything you're too tired to actually edit the video. It's still rewarding, though. #vidding"
𝐓 𝐢 𝐧 𝐚‏ @Whisper0fDreams  


Vidders supporting other vidders  
"Reading sweet comments on my videos & seeing vidders supporting other vidders, seriously warms my heart. Shoutout to those who make a genuine effort to spread positive vibes around here. Makes me hopeful to have a community again without all the drama & negativity. #vidding"
m‏ @K_OfRoses   


Vidder Memes‏ @VidderMemes Mar 3
"Hello, fellow vidders! For a while now I’ve had an idea for an account centring on memey/relatable vidding things... so here we are! There is a lot of drama in the community and I want to create something that brings us together a little bit. Hope you all like my content!"


Impact Article 13 on vidding?
"Hey! I was wondering, what do you make out of the Article 13. Do you think vidders will be able to post at all on YouTube if it goes through? " 
 "Hot take: the vidding community is dead (or at least not as active as it used to be) because all the new songs are shit (Panic and Pilots I'm not talking about you)....."
https://twitter.com/HannivalKinney/status/1106292906292363265

 

The new Marvel Avengers trailer  is a 2008 YouTube vid
"The red in the flashbacks, the voiceover choices, the music - whoever created [the new Marvel Avengers trailer] is a YouTube vidder"

"One thing I miss is watching new content with a vidders view - I could watch anything, hunting scene by scene for that 1 sec clip to feature in the next crossover madness! Discovered so many hidden gems that way! "
https://twitter.com/youtube_bgd/status/1106263847415898113

 

Star Trek Closer vid as a teaching tool about fanzines
"Mic drop: as a guest speaker I ended today’s instructing on fanzine with vidding"
"Someone knows where I can find a blog or just a tutorial about fanvid (not just editing but really fanvid related). I don’t care about the software used, it just needs to be for Mac.  "

http://mrsmariano.tumblr.com/post/182707781439/someone-knows-where-i-can-find-a-blog-or-just-a

How To Download Fanvids (Vimeo and YouTube)

 https://franzeska.dreamwidth.org/196978.html

problem with NTSC DVD source in Vegas
https://vidding.dreamwidth.org/388093.html


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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: What's Coming Up at VidUKon 2019?
There are just about three months left before VidUKon 2019, so if you're thinking of joining us in Cardiff on June 14-16, here's a taste of what's on the schedule for the weekend:
 
We've got vidshows aplenty. From regulars like Vidder's Choice, Best of CreaSpace and highlights from Festivids 2018 to themed shows, with topics including monsters, a 2009 retrospective, stories, be gay do crimes, found footage films, masculinities and behind the scenes.
 
On Saturday night, check out the big event, the annual Premieres show, showcasing brand new vids from all kinds of fandoms.
 
Plus there will be panels, including Anatomy of a Vid, the Year in Vidding discussion and a look at some exciting tech developments.
 
For the third year running, you can take part in the (in)famous group vidding workshop - join a team to vid a section of a song in just three hours, then stitch the pieces together! (No vidding experience required, all groups will have at least one confident vidder.)
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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Murderbot Will Return in…Network Effect. A Full Novel by Martha Wells.

Martha Wells’ Murderbot Diaries series of novellas has caught the world by storm! Not only is it a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, not only has it won a Hugo, a Nebula (and currently nominated for another!), an Alex Award and Locus Award, and been nominated for a Philip K Dick Award, RT Reviewers’ Choice Award and a British Science Fiction Award, its story of a self-aware security bot has touched many and when we announced we’d commissioned Martha to write a full length Murderbot novel, you could hear the fans squee across continents!


And now, as the writing of the novel enters the final stages, Martha has told us what the novel will be called, so we thought we’d share it with you.


 


In May 2020, prepare yourself for The Murderbot Diaries: Network Effect.

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Star Trek: Discovery’s Pike and Spock Relationship Perfectly Sets Up Kirk

The male duo of Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock is famous; not only for being the most enduring on-screen bromance of all time, but also for birthing an entire subgenre of fan fiction. But Kirk…Kirk was not Spock’s first. What about Pike/Spock? How did Spock’s long relationship with Captain Pike prepare him, or guide him, or shape him into being Kirk’s best friend in the original Star Trek?


The second season of Star Trek: Discovery is answering that question right now, and actors Anson Mount (Pike) and Ethan Peck (Spock) both have very specific insights as to how their versions of Pike and Spock are creating the dynamic duo the original series.

Spoilers ahead for Star Trek: Discovery, season 2, specifically, episode 8, “If Memory Serves.”

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“The Online Exhibit

This online exhibit is organized based on type of work, such as art, needlework, other crafts, or publications. Given with each item’s photograph(s) is the 4-digit University of Iowa Special Collection number (MsC xxxx) that refers to the named collection in which the item located.

Original Art Work Housed in the Special Collections

Kwa Heri, Hadiya: Original art by Leslie Fish for Trinette Kern’s story “Kwa Heri, Hadiya” in The Other Side of Paradise #2 along with scans of the published story’s title page and the page with illo.(MsC …) 

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Here is my personal story about the fanart. I came across the mounted pencil drawing at a fan event. It was left on the charity swap table ( table where fans recycle fan-related material. You then place cash in the charity donation paper cup.). It was near the end of the event and the art clearly had not found a home. We had no idea about the origins of the art, what story it was related to…or even if it had ever been used in a fanzine.

Fast forward to a few years later when I received a copy of the fanzine “The Other Side of Paradise #2” and was idly leafing through the pages and found the story and the art. What fascinated me was how they had transferred the art to the zine in an era (1977) when photocopying was not cheap or easy. The image transfer had also been reduced to fit the zine page. Before the area of word processing or computers, fanzines were typed up manually on typewriters and the art was then copied, cut and glued onto the pages. Then each page with art was copied and then those pages were copied to make the zine. No wonder zines had limited print runs. 400 copies of “The Other Side of Paradise” #2 were published and two weeks after it was published, it was out-of-print.

Here is a review from  The Halkan Council #24 in April 1977

“Unquestionably, we have entered the era of value of money in Trekzines. TOSOP #2 may be the best bargain available at this particular moment, for quantity of high-quality work. It looks good and reads well, and it offers a variety of types of stories, articles, artwork and poetry; moreover, it provides the unexpected in the form of an unabashedly romantic vignette by Paula Smith and a Star Trek story by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Bradley further proves her versatility by providing, with the help of Walter Breen, an eminently logical ‘Vulcan Valentine.’… 

There are two quibbles to be made about the construction of this zine. The reduction on most of the type is 1/3, which is still readable to me when I’m wearing my glasses instead of contacts. On pages with illustrations, however, the type has been further reduced, until is it too small for comfortable reading by those of us not blessed with 20/20 vision. The other problem is that this is the third zine in which Leslie Fish’s filksongs have appeared. Too many of us have already seen them, delightful as they are. The table of contents lists twenty-three separate items; rarely does even so large a zine provide that kind of variety. Those looking for fantasy (this is a combined fantasy/Trek zine) may be disappointed to find that the fantasy is confined almost entirely to the artwork; all the major stories and poems are ST. Most of them range from good to excellent, and there is simply not space to comment on all of them. 

There is a plethora of fine style here; not a single story suffers from awkwardness. Genius Loci’ by Connie Faddis is the KIND of story that made the best Trek episodes, yet it finds a new and acceptable twist for putting the terrific trio through their paces. The Bradley story mentioned above shows us Kirk’s first few days aboard the Enterprise, when Spock and McCoy were strangers. There are two stories by Mandi Schultz and Cheryl Rice from their Diamonds and Rustseries, interesting, but suffering from rather obviously setting the readers up for information to be revealed in future stories. By the end of the second story, one is a bit peeved to still not know for whom Chantal IS working. Trinette Kern’s story has her hallmarks: one of the most readable styles in fandom, and pain. This time it is Spock and Uhura she’s getting. Unfortunately, to set up the circumstances for 'Kwa Heri, Hadiya.’ she completely distorts the character of Uhura – not to mention Spock! The most moving story in the collection is ’T'Uriamne’s Victory,’ one of Eileen Roy’s alternate-Kraith stories. As the title suggests, it is a parallel to 'Spock’s Argument,’ only this time there is not a tie –T'Uriamne wins. Amanda, and all the other offworlders must leave Vulcan. What an Amanda we have here, strong, proud, independent, competent, intelligent! Roy twists us with wondering what Sarek will do, at the same time she is poking delightful fun at Kraith Vulcans – imagine a drunken Vulcan named Slieez! Indeed, there is much more, in this story, and in the zine as a whole. Buy it.  “

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: Courtney!!! Milan 🦖 on Twitter
"Courtney!!! Milan 🦖 on Twitter: Sooooo, you may or may not have seen on Twitter that there is currently a case in an Oklahoma court about A/B/O fanfiction. Courtney Milan provides a good summary in the thread above, but the tl;dr is that a romance novel author [Addison Cain] has been claiming that they invented A/B/O (specifically, f/m A/B/O) and sending DMCA takedown notices to authors of other A/B/O works. One of the targets of these takedown notices is now taking them to court [for abusing the DMCA takedown process and trying to kill the other author's book before it was published].

So this seems like a good time to remind everyone of Netweight’s very well researched piece on the origins of A/B/O.

And if you’re interested in what fan studies scholars have to say about the Omegaverse, Fanhackers’ very own elmyra has published a paper on consent in A/B/O. (If you’d like a copy, hit @elmyra up on Twitter, where they’re much more likely to see your message.)"
Addison Cain wrote

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[Unknown LJ tag] posted: new comm: gluten-free!
A wooden cutting board with a knife and some greens on it, text: New! Gluten-Free, a comm for sharing gluten-free recipes and resources.

</a></b></a>gluten_free is open for business! Come sign up and join the gluten-free cooking conversation!

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 To the Moon and Beyond

 

KiScon 2019  -  “It’s A Go!”  

Hilton Seattle Airport Hotel & Conference Center

Nov 1-3, 2019


 

The KiScon 2019 website is up and running - kiscon.org - and we invite you to join us in celebrating all things Kirk/Spock, Star Trek, and the 50th anniversary of the landing on the moon.

 

Please join us in Seattle for an “out of this world” weekend filled with inspiration and entertainment, discussion and creativity, fun and games. There will be many great activities: panels, workshops, cosplay, art and zines, vid shows (and vid karaoke!), an exciting art auction, several competitions, and of course: the famous KiScon banquet on Saturday night, featuring a lovely K/S cake (green peens optional). A more detailed program will be published closer to the event. You will have the opportunity to suggest activities and vote on your favorite panels etc. 

 

Meet old friends and make new friends!

 

Attending and supporting memberships are now available! Go to kiscon.org to find membership and hotel reservation information.

 

If you are among our Early Bird members who signed up for KiScon 2019 during the last convention (KiScon 2017 in L.A.), you should have already received an email message with a specific registration form only for our Early Birds. If you have not received this message, please get in touch with us asap.

 

Spread the word, please! KiScon 2019 is happening and we’d love to have you on board!

 

 

Judy and Lari 

Con-chairs

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“The Online Exhibit

This online exhibit is organized based on type of work, such as art, needlework, other crafts, or publications. Given with each item’s photograph(s) is the 4-digit University of Iowa Special Collection number (MsC xxxx) that refers to the named collection in which the item located.

Original Art Work Housed in the Special Collections

The Girl Who Wanted to Be a Fighter: Original art by eluki bes shahar for Devra Langsam’s story “The Girl Who Wanted to be a Fighter” in Masiform-D #13 (MsC1031) 
 

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