Video creation - Team Discussion

Ger Community Mapping Center

 
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Ger Community Mapping Center
by Brant Knützen - Thursday, 19 July 2018, 6:23 PM
 

Steps towards creating a video to support your team project:

  • shooting video footage
  • editing footage into scenes
  • audio narration
  • scene transitions, titling, credits

Teams should use this forum to share progress and give feedback.


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Re: Ger Community Mapping Center
by Udval Oyunsaikhan - Sunday, 29 July 2018, 1:56 PM
 
Hello! 

I am just writing to give update of our progress. Our team currently shooting video footages and capturing necessary images. We have collected secondary available contents already. Our member Tuguldur will share some of the footages he made later in week here. We made appointments already with the stakeholders to interview them scheduled between coming Tuesday and Wednesday. So by next Saturday, we hope to make the 60%.

Thanks,

Udval

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Re: Ger Community Mapping Center
by Erdenechimeg Altankhuyag - Thursday, 2 August 2018, 5:01 PM
 

Hi all and Brant,

We have had incredibly generous rainfalls this summer. We made the best use of one of the few sunny days this week by interviewing important people in our story as well as local residents at Tserendorj Street. We are looking to review the footages and preparing the narrations.



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Re: Ger Community Mapping Center
by Brant Knützen - Friday, 3 August 2018, 3:00 PM
 

Looks good Erka and Udval, thanks for sharing the context of your video capture process!

That looks like a public space behind the "piano", is that what you are campaigning to preserve?

Brant

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Re: Ger Community Mapping Center
by Brant Knützen - Saturday, 4 August 2018, 6:36 PM
 

Since this team is interested in mapping, I thought this might be an interesting web page:

https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2018-us-land-use/

Brant

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Re: Ger Community Mapping Center
by Udval Oyunsaikhan - Thursday, 9 August 2018, 10:56 AM
 
Hi Brant,


Thanks for the resource link! 

Yes, this is the space that was taken from the public and put back as a result of grass-root movement. One of the rare cases in Ulaanbaatar that the citizens actually succeeded. This square is right on the heart of the city and one of the very few public spaces where one can hangout during short warm season here in Ulaanbaatar. It has also many significant economic and cultural aspects as the area is surrounded with retails shops and cafes and cultural activities by young artists frequently being organised there.

Thanks,

Udval