Comments for http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml en-gb 30 Thu 02 Oct 2014 14:14:38 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml moogle_pocket http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=85#comment6 Personally I was thinking of some music by the french Chill-Out Band AIR to put with this. If you could upload some voice snippets containing your thoughts on the web, we could create a great "All I need" video-type montage.However the driving sequence at the start IS TOTALLY "Loosing my favorite game" by The Cardigans. Mon 02 Nov 2009 13:03:39 GMT+1 Catchingthewaves http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=71#comment5 @Dan,Well, I did my best to spread the word. I hope it helps. :)http://bit.ly/2rir7n Wed 28 Oct 2009 19:42:14 GMT+1 Andr12 http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=57#comment4 Wow what a great clip. A classic modernized with the laptop. How we have progressed, now can work anywhere. Good to know about being able to crop and use images. Wed 28 Oct 2009 07:56:29 GMT+1 Stuart Ian Burns http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=42#comment3 The Kevin Shields composed track 'Ikebana' from the Lost in Translation soundtrack works extraordinarily well with this montage. It's nearly the same duration and in places it's as though it was edited to be played alongside. Wed 28 Oct 2009 00:16:01 GMT+1 Catchingthewaves http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=28#comment2 Much obliged.*dons thinking cap* Tue 27 Oct 2009 16:49:59 GMT+1 Dan Biddle http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=14#comment1 ' I note that the video does not use a Creative Commons licence but your own BBC DigRev licence. Could you clarify - is it possible to download and chop up the contents? I think musicians at sites such as CCMixter and Vimeo would love to work with such a high-quality video.No, it's not Creative Commons, but it's a unique BBC license for the Digital Revolution production. The rushes sequences are absolutely there for you to download, cut, chop, mash, remix and remake as you see fit (for non-commercial purposes of course!).Read the license for these rushes here to find out more. Every rushes sequence has a licence agreement of this kind; every rushes sequence is yours to download - without the BBC logo - in higher quality .mov file. - Please have some fun with them. And spread the word to anyone you know who'd be interested in using them. Just let us know what you've created with them and how we can link to it!Cheers,Dan Tue 27 Oct 2009 14:56:59 GMT+1 Catchingthewaves http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/digitalrevolution/2009/10/rushes-sequences-general-views.shtml?page=0#comment0 Superb images. All you need is a slide guitar. :) Aleks did a fine job of not shouting, "I'm gettin' paid for this! Woo-hoo!"I remember a certain (orange?) hair-do that a young computer games reviewer used to disport. Heh.I note that the video does not use a Creative Commons licence but your own BBC DigRev licence. Could you clarify - is it possible to download and chop up the contents? I think musicians at sites such as CCMixter and Vimeo would love to work with such a high-quality video. Tue 27 Oct 2009 13:56:23 GMT+1