So after the failed test in After Effects, I wondered whether changing the colour of the scenes I piece together would help create a certain level of difference that would make it easier to mosh. And it worked! I’ve also discovered that through testing the slower and more jittery the footage is, the more likely… Read More Premiere – Colour Test
One of the problems i’ve been having with my footage is figuring out what scenes are best to mosh together. My limitations are that I have grainy low quality footage, the camera remains still and while there is some movement it’s not necessarily that much, which just means that it’s hard to get an immediate… Read More After Effects Test
Again these results are too gaudy and overly glitched.
So I followed the same principles databending these files as I did for the image files. There was of course a lot more code or not code or hexadecimal whatever to get through and of course the process of breaking the code is random so it took quite a while and whilst you’re… Read More Datamoshing film test – Hexfiend
I also followed a tutorial to figure out how to glitch using the sound editing software Audacity. I was able to import the image (the same Donald Trump one) and convert it to a sound file. Once in audacity the idea is to apply any of the effects that you would do to a sound… Read More Datamoshing Images – Audacity
Had another good chat with Jonathan last week. He’s great at giving ideas to keep you motivated with your work! He made a suggestion to go over the film and speed up and slow down certain parts of the film, then do it again and layer it over each other to see how they… Read More Jittering