Sunday, September 17, 2006

High Definition video / Deer Walking

Click here for a short 1280 x 720 video of this deer walking and eating.

Since the fall of 2004, I have been shooting HDV video and have accumulated about 100 hours of personal and project footage.

On the High Definition Digital Video page our Mountain Visions web site we have made several short HDV progressive demonstration files available for viewing in window sizes ranging from 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, 960 x 540, and 852 x 480. We have also compressed the video in smaller sizes 720 x 405, 480 x 270 (Sony PSP) and 320 x 180 (Apple Video iPod)

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Upper Sevier River Watershed videos (1 of many)

Click here to view this video from the Upper Sevier River Community Watershed Project web site.

There are dozens of interactive 360 degree panoramas and video sequences in the "Interactive Journey" and "Resource Issues" sections of this web site.

Between 2000 and 2003, Mountain Visions produced five similar Interactive Watersheds web sites across the U.S. In total these sites contain hundreds of 360 degree panoramas and videos.

A representative sampling of 20 of these videos can be found on our Digital Video >Watershed Restoration Gallery.

Dyers Woad and Fungus Biocontrol

(Click here to see the Dyers Woad Video describing a fungus biocontrol)
This video is from the Idaho Weed Awareness Campaign web site where a description is available. The page will also present an opportunity to view a full screen interactive 360 degree panorama and two additional videos describing the Dyers Woad noxious weed.

Google Earth Hammer Flat tour video

Click here to see the Video on Mountain Visions web site. (QuickTime = Higher Quality)

Click Here to see the video from Google Video.

Using the Google Earth Pro Movie Maker module, I created this fly-in to a proposed housing development in an established wildlife area near Boise, Idaho. The fly-in dissolves to a video where Tony Jones, Save the Plateau Coordinator, and a group of interested people are discussing the negative consequences of the proposed development.

My first VLOG entry