Meme Map (Prototyping)

Photoshop Prototyping

I had to manually go 10 image x 10 image to see which one’s showed a mistake in photoshop to then open using mpeg, take a frame and save again as a readable version. Since even the open all of them in layers didn’t work or Photomerge. Now it could work so future prototyping of options is needed as well as exporting to use in Processing

Data Collection up until 23(Feb/2017)

Processing: Pixel Sorting is being tested to later be applied to this meme collection and further discuss patterns or similarities in the collection

The idea behind the quick prototype is a culture map based on memes.

Culture, emotion and mind is poured and gazed through the collection of memes each of them speaking of a particular element that is decoded only by those inside the culture that can interpret them.

Video could have a similar prototype by creating a collection of remix and funny videos to do video mapping, prototyping is required but questions arise on what surface? where? physically etc.

Missing: -si merezco riqueza memes (collected in previous 2 posts), duro contra el muro political version, etc.

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How to use Final Cut like a white guy in Brooklyn

How to use Final Cut like a white guy in Brooklyn:

White guys on Vimeo don’t use Final Cut for titles. They use Photoshop. Here’s how:

  1. Open up Photoshop and and command N will make a new document.
  2. Name your file and change preset to ‘custom’
  3. Change the width and height of your file to the frame size of your Final Cut project. (In FCP, command 0 will bring up Sequence settings. Frame Size is the first detail.)
  4. Change background contents to “transparent” and click OK.
  5. Use the text tool to design your text.  You’ll see there’s a much wider selection of typefaces to chose from and you can actually preview what they look like vs. Final Cut’s guessing game. I like to use Helvetica Neue Light and Edwardian Script on a few key words.
  6. When finished, save as TIFF.
  7. In TIFF options select “save transparency” – this will ensure your titles fall over your video, not on a white background.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Import into Final Cut.
  10. Drag and drop over video. Render.

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How to use Final Cut like a white guy in Brooklyn

How to use Final Cut like a white guy in Brooklyn:

White guys on Vimeo don’t use Final Cut for titles. They use Photoshop. Here’s how:

  1. Open up Photoshop and and command N will make a new document.
  2. Name your file and change preset to ‘custom’
  3. Change the width and height of your file to the frame size of your Final Cut project. (In FCP, command 0 will bring up Sequence settings. Frame Size is the first detail.)
  4. Change background contents to “transparent” and click OK.
  5. Use the text tool to design your text.  You’ll see there’s a much wider selection of typefaces to chose from and you can actually preview what they look like vs. Final Cut’s guessing game. I like to use Helvetica Neue Light and Edwardian Script on a few key words.
  6. When finished, save as TIFF.
  7. In TIFF options select “save transparency” – this will ensure your titles fall over your video, not on a white background.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Import into Final Cut.
  10. Drag and drop over video. Render.

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theXifer.net – Just a Web Based EXIF Editor for Local, Cloud, Flickr, Bootstrap

theXifer.net – Just a Web Based EXIF Editor for Local, Cloud, Flickr, Bootstrap:

Webpage to modify images metadata – EXIF for 360 pictures (Facebook style)

Exif – Exchangeable Image File Format

Metadata – Make: RICOH Model: RICOH THETAS

Image aspect ratio should be 2:1 avoid photoshoping close to corners

Largest upload – 6000×3000 pixels (18 Mega pixels)

Otherwise look for a EXIF app or do comand as follow:

Using exiftool (Technical)

The most powerful and flexible Exif editor, especially for batch processing of images, is the command-line tool, exiftool.

If you are interested in using exiftool to manually tag 360 photos, install it on your machine. Then, simply use the following terminal command to insert the appropriate metadata:

  • exiftool -Make=“camera_make” -Model=“camera_model” photo.jpg
  • # replace ‘camera_make’ and ‘camera_model’ with the appropriate values
  • # ‘photo.jpg’ is the photo you want to tag

For example, if you’re on a Mac and you want to inject metadata for a Ricoh Theta S into a file called “bestphoto.jpg” on your Desktop, you would use the following command:

  • exiftool -Make=“RICOH” -Model=“RICOH THETA S” ~/Desktop/bestphoto.jpg

To remove all Exif from a given file called “photo.jpg” (remember to re-inject camera Make and Model before you upload):

  • exiftool -all= photo.jpg

To copy all Exif from one file (“source.jpg”) to another (“dest.jpg”):

  • exiftool -TagsFromFile source.jpg “-all:all>all:all” dest.jpg

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