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I´ve got inspired to develop my own 3D dolly/crane/steady camera rig after looking at some real-world references. Here is the result:
v1.0 | 28.08.2011
v1.2 | 24.09.2011
v1.1 | 19.09.2011
1. Please tag rp_CameraRig into your animations/videos/wtv or send me links. Would be lovely to see what you guys have been doing with it.
2. This rig is free for personal use, studios or companies should contact me first before using it.
3. Feel free to drop me any suggestions, comments, ideas or anything else.
This step-by-step Video Gallery Player tutorial was inspired by my friend Marcelo Souza post in twitter: “Wouldn´t be cool a TV in the studio playing video references from a custom gallery all day long ?”
First I thought about writing down a simple python app to do that, but it definitely couldn´t the easiest neither the best idea to do that at all… Then I´ve tried a few things like Vimeo widgets, Vimeo coachmode, Vimeo API and after a few hours diving into those stuff I finally came up with a simple and standard solution for everybody:
Go to the Vimeo website and log in. At the top navigation on the right, click Tools and then select Make Widgets:
Now click either on the Hubnut thumbnail or Customize this to start setting it up:
Note that a new panel is going to open on the right side with a couple of options:
And here is the trick: Choose My subscriptions on the first drop down menu:
That way the widget sorts videos from users that we´ve subscribed:
Of course you can create an account with a common password for users and collect “My Likes”, but that´s totally up to you.
Now we are ready to retrieve the result: Click on the blue button Get Code to copy it from the text field.
Done! Just paste the embed code in your website/blog, press play and hit fullscreen to enjoy :)
Hope you like it, cheers :)