Thursday, May 10, 2007
First VideoFunet conference in Finland
It has been a week since we heard your presentation. It is said that certain slowness is a typical characteristic among the Finns so you may understand the delay. :^]
The time has not passed without thinking the content of your speech.
I noticed myself being produced digital storytelling material. Some years ago we made an Easter chicken story with my nephew. However, we used only digital photograps and text.
This brings us closer to the question which is: can you comment the use of the music a little bit further?
I'll write a few more words to open up the problem field as I see it.
The ability to record voice and combine that with digital images may be done more easily by say, non-literally oriented persons. To add music may be a pretty challenging task. In addition, there may be non-technical issues, e.g. copyrighting, which may complicate things further.
Thank you for your comment in advance.
Jari Miettinen, CSC
in GarageBand (on the Macintosh) and used the loops that Apple provides for royalty-free use. So there are many ways to find music for digital stories. If a story is for personal use only, then I think it is OK to use commercial music. But the alternatives that I have shown can provide the desired effect without concerns for legalities.
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