Mind Camp 3.0 Video

Posted by bryanzug - 2006/11/14

I’m in the process of uploading video I shot at Mind Camp 3.0 here in Seattle last weekend. So far I’ve uploaded two video files from the ‘Discovery Slam‘ that Scott Berkun and I hosted.

From that session, Ben Livingston’s amazing ‘Blade of Grass Beatbox’ is at —

http://www.blip.tv/file/101016

The full discovery slam is here —

http://www.blip.tv/file/101030

Stay tuned for other sessions I’ll be uploading my raw video for — they are —

<li><a href="http://blog.stewtopia.com/2006/11/13/mindcamp-30/">Randy Stewart's</a> Fun Web Session</li>

<li>The PhraseTrain session (forgot to get the session leaders name on that one -- if anyone has it, please shoot it to me).</li>
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Intros — these will be up sometime next week — had to shoot those to tape and they will require a bit more turnaround time.

Will let you all know when these are ready.

Some caveats — full sessions are raw footage, so you may have to forward a minute or so at the beginning — also was playing around with shooting straight to disk in a web ready format for super quick turnaround on these sessions, so the video is a little bit too compressed for my taste — will be switching codecs/formats a little next time around.

Also — catching discussion audio is hard because nobody likes to use a mic — but things seem audible for the most part in the discussion sessions I shot — please let me know what you think once they are posted.



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  1. Wow Bryan, thanks.

    Comment by Christian Burns — November 14, 2006 #

  2. Wowza! I feel the rhythm … Hmm, Zmm, Ckchhh, Ckchkkk. …

    Just in time for Happy Feet !!

    Comment by orcmid — November 14, 2006 #

  3. many thanks Bryan!

    Comment by Alex Barnett — November 14, 2006 #

  4. Hi Bryan,

    I was the leader for the Phrasetrain session. Thanks for shooting the video–I’ve posted it to my blog.

    Comment by Christopher Johnson — November 15, 2006 #

  5. Glad to help Christopher — and thanks for jumping in to lead a session — feel free to use the files however you like — I think you can download the original .mov files from blip.tv if you ever want them for anything.

    Comment by Bryan Zug — November 16, 2006 #

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