The Internet! Full of fun, narrated explainer videos that usually involve some kind of simple 2D animation (sometimes hand-drawn, sometimes cobbled together from other images) with a voice-over. But how are people making them? If Flash is in terminal decline, as I keep hearing, what are the most popular software tools for piecing together 2D online animation?
Musicfilter: what are the best live "sessions" on Youtube? Recommend me your favorites! [more inside]
I'm looking for awesome short environmental videos available online, to be included in an environmental video festival. Thoughts? [more inside]
What is the appropriate length for online video? [more inside]
Please help me find short films (animated or live action) that I can watch online. Difficulty: only looking for action/adventure-themed shorts. [more inside]
I produce a YouTube show about media literacy/criticism. Right now we post weekly, on a schedule which is driving me insane. Does frequency of publishing new content matter (whether it's for a blog, a podcast, a comic, etc) so long as you publish regularly? Could I do it every other week or monthly without losing people's attention? And what do you suggest doing to help make up for less-frequent publishing? [more inside]
Why do dumb videos have a knack of being popular online? [more inside]
Fair Use Filter -- I want to take clips from movies and embed them in an online essay as quotation-style references. [more inside]