Olivia S. DiRenzo
Writing, animation art, scanning, touchup, and the fist
in the quicktime movie.
Paul A. Houle
Multimedia inclusions work best with
on the widest range of platforms. This is still true in the communicator
Netscape used to come with a good
Quicktime plug-in for Windows and Macs, and Unix users can use the
latest version of
to view quicktime movies.
Animated .gif files were drawn by Olivia, scanned into a Mac,
and cut apart with photoshop. At this point Paul combined all
39 frames with
on an AIX machine. This produced a 1 megabyte file which was
unacceptable, so he compressed it further with
over the WWW (back when this was free.) Movies and photos were shot with a
Color Quickcam on the
Macintosh in Clark 516. Quality is awful because this room is poorly
lit. When Olivia gets her laptop we expect to be taking movies and
pictures everywhere. No microsoft products were used and no
windows were harmed in the making of this web page.
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honeylocust media systems,