[HOT] Interested in Assisting Newbies to Help Map Japan?
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Mon Mar 21 00:18:18 GMT 2011
This is great!
Having made a tutorial video like this myself (my old SPOT Pakistan JOSM video),
I know it's awful lot of work, and frustratingly difficult to achieve polished
results. I actually thought the blurring effects were deliberate though :-)
I've just tweeted it: http://twitter.com/hotosm/status/49611937855717376 <--
and I'm going to write a hot blog post with the video (drafting here:
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From: davespod <osmlists at dellams.fastmail.fm>
To: hot at openstreetmap.org
Sent: Sun, 20 March, 2011 10:22:42
Subject: Re: [HOT] Interested in Assisting Newbies to Help Map Japan?
Sorry this has taken so long, folks. I have been fighting my video editing
software (and/or my hardware), which has prevented me from achieving a good
a result as I wanted.
In the end I have had to settle for a lower res version, and it has some
rough edges. The worst of these is that in a few places where I have frozen
the video for voiceover, it goes very blurry. However, I had to call it a
day somewhere (if anyone has some really good hardware and Kdenlive, I am
happy to send you the file if you wish to render at a higher res).
I have focused on tracing a road from Bing, but also mentioned how to add
further imagery from the wiki.
Here it is:
I hope this is in time still to be of use to someone. If it is, please
publicise it as you see fit, as I will be away from home and offline for a
few days, so won' have time to do so myself.
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