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Any help to translate the documentation we’re going to produce will be more than welcome.Collaborate
Screenplays and camera testing suggestions
If you have any idea or proposal to put the camera through its paces, unleashing its capabilities, are passionate about digital filmmaking and you’re interested in the open hardware’s possibilities, we’re glad to listen to your ideas.Collaborate
Collaborator to manage Drupal 7 translations
If you’re a skilled Drupal user, you can help us translate the project’s website at http://www.kinoraw.netCollaborate
Lenses and other gear
Do you own 8mm or 16mm lenses you’re not using? You can meet us and test them on the Elphel camera. We’re waiting for you!Collaborate
What is offered in exchange
Acknowledgment: Credit on the project’s websiteIf you’re not looking for a reward and want to help us, you can donate a symbolic amount. You’ll have our most sincere gratitude ¡thank you! Your name will appear as a co-financer in KinoRaw’s website.6Co-financiers
Product: KinoRaw T-ShirtWear yourself our special T-Shirt and help us develop the open source cinema. Exclusive design, available in several sizes. Limited reward
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Product: Product: “Cycled-Doll” + T-ShirtIf you want to support us but think you’ll never approach media production using open hardware and software, we’ve thought about you and the smallest :) Support us and we’ll reward you with a doll made using recycled technological materials, or a rag-doll if you prefer. You can have a look at user estoyhechountrapo in flickr.com to see some examples or submit us your own design to customise your doll. Plus, you will also get a KinoRaw T-Shirt! Limited reward
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Services: digital video recording servicesKinoRaw proposes to generate a symbiosis between cinematographic projects. We’ll shoot what you need :) Based on 6 hours long sessions (transportation not included). With experimentation and testing goals, you have the opportunity of seeing how the camera responds in your environment. You will also have our suggestions about the camera expansion possibilities in your scope. The footage generated with the camera belogs to the cofinancier (you), so you can use them freely in your work, be it commercial or not, and of course, cite which fragments of your piece have been shot on an open hardware camera ;) If you are interested, and opt for this financing method, we’ll get in touch with you to see how to integrate the KinoRaw workflow into your project, and keep you informed during the development. Plus, we’ll bring you two KinoRaw T-Shirts to your set. Limited reward
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Services: Workshop - Introduction on collaborating institutionsWorkshop / seminar about Elphel and Blender. Institutions who decide to support our project can do so via a once in a time contribution of 1,500€. This includes the special mention as “mecenas” (sponsor) in every published materials (videos, manuals, etc) We also offer a limited number of four workshops held at the institutions who support KinoRaw. Participants will be able to record and personally test the Elphel camera capabilities. The workshop is 12 hours long. Travel and accommodation expenses not included. Limited reward
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Digital files: VideosThe materials generated during the research and development of the project will be released under the GPL3 license. Also, we’ll document every single lens test we perform. Camera tests, timelapses, raw...
Source code: Blender video pluginsDevelopment and documentation of software to ease out the video editing workflow in Blender. “Jump to cut”, for example is a video editing toolset for Blender. We want to improve it and develop other addons that let you ingest footage and manage projects inside the program; create image echoes or mute channels, for example. These addons will also let us have an easier workflow for beginner editors and users of other NLE’s. Moreover, we will create several scripts, little programs to easily manage media editing and postproduction tasks.
Manuals: ManualsPleasant and well-documented manuals related to the camera. Informative videos also technical issues that can be used as a teaching material. Obviously, we do not know the exact contents, but some ideas are: - Install the Elphel camera software and set up peripherals - Shooting with Elphel 353 - Timelapse with Elphel - Conversions with FFMPEG - Video Editting with Blender and the addons use (Workflow) -Tutorials and documentation of developed applications. The development of the whole experience will also be documented in the Blog (kinoraw.net)
Carlos & Simón
Carlos Padial, audiovisual craftsman. Photographer, director of photography and designer. Co-founder of the Aventuras Visuales Workshop-School in Lavapiés, and committed to the use and divulgation of FLOSS, mainly Blender.Show profile
Simón Vialás, has worked for years on media production and has leaned towards communication teaching and investigation, motivated by changes and oportunities offered by Copyleft and open licenses in the field of media. Nowadays, he’s doing a degree on communication at the UAB. His thesis is about Open Production Models of Documentary Cinema.
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