*low tech clips* / workshop
short videos made with accessible technologies



Low Tech Clips is directed by Michele Aquila, and has been established with the help of Simone Muscolino, partner and video department manager of Id-lab.

Low Tech Clips focuses on the production of short videos made with accessible technologies. People who attend the workshop are led through a workflow that lets them handle video and audio contents generated by different media (images, image sequences or videos, shot with digital or traditional cameras, mobile phones or digital camcorders).

The workshop is made up of three main sections. The first one is dedicated to the basic knowledge required to edit videos (framerate, resolution, format, codecs). The second is focused on the main functions of Quicktime Player Pro, the software used during the workshop. In the last section participants start editing their own video, working on images, image sequences or videos shot by themselves.

Low Tech Clips in action:

workshop in Prato, Italy september 2006
Casa delle Associazioni, Prato, Italy

workshop in Prato, Italy june 2006
Essere Visual festival
Officina Giovani, Prato, Italy

Some of the low tech clips
produced during the workshop:

Low Tech Clips
Carte - 32", 1.5 MB

Low Tech Clips
Ponte - 12", 1.9 MB

Low Tech Clips
Cucina - 8", loop, 1.2 MB

Low Tech Clips
Gola - 6", 0.8 MB

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