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Music Software Workshop#4 - Virtual Choirs/Bands: Nicki & Craig, part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Alan Bennetts
37:22
fantastic
Margaret Crichton
37:41
Is that sound and video combined?
Kerry Clarke in Eden Park Wurrunjeri country
37:46
Fantastic Steph - you are such a champion!! xx
Tony Bannister
38:03
seems a great way to collect videos
Alan Manifold
41:56
On Flipgrid, how do the singers know the tempo? Do they have to be watching a conducting video (or playing an audio track) on another device while they're recording?
Steph Payne
42:56
The participants still need their guide tracks or video to play on another device and they need and ear buds or headphones.
Alan Manifold
43:16
Thanks!
Chris Ramm
45:36
Does Flipgrid work on all types of phones, not just iphones?
Steph Payne
45:44
Yes, all of them!
Steph Payne
46:01
It’s completely free too
Chris Ramm
46:02
Thanks
Paola Bastreri-Grey
50:01
May I ask why the images are reversed? Or are all these uke players left handed?
Community Music Victoria
50:53
We'll pick that up later Paola...
Steph Payne
52:21
My thanks to Jenny, Catherine and Brenda for letting us use their videos today.
Kerry Clarke in Eden Park Wurrunjeri country
54:15
How expensive is DaVinci?
Tony Bannister
54:38
its is free!
Tony Bannister
55:15
yes it really is.It is amazing !
Bruce Watson
56:09
There is a paid version that is even more complex - but the free version has MORE than enough.
Dan
01:01:19
how many people squares can you get on the screen at the same time?
Bruce Watson
01:02:08
As many as you like. But more 'screens' means more RAM getting used - but there are ways around that.
Alan Manifold
01:02:41
Plus, they can get pretty small...
Alan Manifold
01:05:27
I did one with 50: 5 rows of 10 each.
Bruce Watson
01:05:34
And you can arrange them as you please, different sizes and aspect ratios if you wish
Louise
01:06:17
can I change day to night?
Bruce Watson
01:07:31
Yes - sort of, by changing brightness, contrast and white balance
Bruce Watson
01:07:51
All within the colour workspace ('window)
Louise
01:08:14
I would like to change a sunny outdoor pic to look like moonlight
Bruce Watson
01:15:39
Play around with the various colour/contrast/brightness parameters might get you there - but it might not be that convincing. Remember all those 1960s films like spaghetti westerns that did this, and you could always tell they were filmed in daylight.
Louise
01:16:51
Thanks, that is the look I'm going for
Bruce Watson
01:17:42
Excellent! That would be doable then!
Bruce Watson
01:35:10
DaVinci does require a pretty powerful computer to work effectively
Julie Bradley
01:36:20
Thanks so much Nikki Have to leave now as I have another committment. Cheers
Bruce Watson
01:36:50
You can also set up something called proxy files to deal with lots of timelines in a project.
Chris Ramm
01:38:12
Thanks very much
Louise
01:39:13
What would be good computer specs for optimum performance of DaVinci? My PC couldn't handle 20 videos at once.
Bruce Watson
01:39:49
https://www.richardlackey.com/davinci-resolve-system-requirements/
Community Music Victoria
01:40:11
https://cmvic.org.au/whats-on/past-cmvic-events
Louise
01:40:39
Great, thanks!
Steph Payne
01:41:44
this has been awesome.
Ron
01:41:44
thanks, another great session! :-)
Helen Duggan
01:41:52
Many thanks.
Pam Rycroft
01:41:58
So great to see some of the method behind the magic! Thanks Nicki, Craig and Steph.
Paul Gabriel
01:42:12
Thanks!
Elizabeth Clark
01:42:14
Thank-you Thankyou Thankyou!!
Dan
01:42:14
BRILLIANT! THANK YOU.
Stevi Cannon
01:42:18
Thanks
Elizabeth Clark
01:42:50
great idea!!
Bruce Watson
01:43:22
I'm in, Nicki!
Janine Washusen
01:45:01
Most inspiring!
Steph Payne
01:45:02
Katie Wardrobe’s FlipGrid tues are the best