Join the Mozilla Foundation’s Brett Gaylor on Tuesday, May 17th at 12.30pm EST (5.30pm GMT for those of you in the UK) to discuss how filmmakers and media producers can use Mozilla’s Popcorn.js to create HTML5 video pages. You’ll learn how to merge and synchronize any web element (for example Twitter feeds, Flickr photos, Wikipedia entries, Google Maps) to your video across all devices. For an example of how this works check out the demo at Web Made Movies.
Brett will show you examples and answer your questions about how to get started.
Go here for the video demo (there won’t be much to see here until 12.30pm EST on Tuesday, May 17th when the Webinar begins) http://www.webmademovies.org/seminar
For audio you will need to call in at +1 650 903 0800 x 92, room 7600#
Toll Free (US Only) +1 800 707 2533 x 92, room 7600#
If you’re interested in how HTML5 video can work for you as a filmmaker then don’t miss this. This is particularly relevant for anyone thinking of applying to the TFI New Media Fund. You won’t need to be a tech geek to get stuck in!
You’ll need Firefox to view the demo.