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KYLE DOWNES – A Short Visual History of Videogames

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KYLE DOWNES: Short Visual History of Videogames - MPEG-4 clip
“A 3 minute long visual essay (or whatever you call these things) about the history of videogame consoles, from 1972 when Ralph Baer invented the Odyssey with Bob Tremblay, to the launch of the current generation of consoles and beyond.”

Kyle Downes‘ major project for 3rd year of his Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia) at the RMIT University, created over about 4 months.

Voice over by Josh Molenkamp.

“Un saggio visivo (o come volete chiamarlo) da 3 minuti sulla storia delle console per videogame, dal 1972, anno in cui Ralph Baer inventa la Odyssey con Bob Tremblay, al lancio dell’attuale generazione di console e contornistica.”

Progetto finale di Kyle Downes per il terzo anno del suo Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia) presso RMIT University, creato in circa 4 mesi.

Narrazione di Josh Molenkamp.

KYLE DOWNES - Short Visual History of Videogames

DOWNLOAD (768×432): Scarica A Short Visual History of Videogames.
[Format: MPEG-4 - Size: 15 MB - Running Time: 3 min.]

DOWNLOAD (ALT.): Scarica A Short Visual History of Videogames.
[Format: Ogg Video - Size: 12 MB - Running Time: 3 min.]

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[Formats: Flash Video, Quicktime]

LINK: Visita Ultra Awesome, sito di Kyle Downes.

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{ 4 } Comments

  1. Matthew | 2 January 2009 at 14:28 | Permalink

    The audio on the Theora version is not right. It got really time compressed.

  2. DeK - Delirium et Kaos | 2 January 2009 at 14:39 | Permalink

    Funny, with the MP4 the exact opposite happened. I’ve had to recompress the audio with a different sw and mux it with the compressed video.

    Unfortunately don’t know how to do this with OGV. Will try and compress the MPEG-4 version.

  3. DeK - Delirium et Kaos | 2 January 2009 at 14:55 | Permalink

    Fixed.

  4. Fabian Dores Pais | 4 June 2009 at 06:29 | Permalink

    Great work,
    damn, i like the nes ;)

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