June 2004. ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology (ACE 2004). National University of Singapore, Singapore. Lessons Learned in Massive Video Production (MVP) for University Alumni Outreach. In this paper, we describe lessons learned in creating a Massive Video Production (MVP) mechanism and filmography environment for the University of California at Berkeley. The goal was to provide a university department mandated to expand alumni outreach with personalized university-branded alumni VideoGreetings using a convenient and dynamic alumni outreach tool with modern multimedia production standards coupled with commonplace digital camera raw clips with no intervention on the part of the alumni coordinator and department other than editorial approval of the finished production. The actual mechanism consists of a hosted production engine, filmography and search environment, review and editorial functions, and subscription and protection. See also Lynne Jolitz Invited to Present at ACE2004
and retail version of this service can be found at "MinutePitch - Your Video Screen on the Web!", quick pitch ("Just Add Message ... That Easy!"), with details of what it provides ("What does MinutePitch do for you?"),
what it does for you("Get the Most out of Video") and the point of using it ("Getting the Most out of Your Marketing and Sales Budget")
See also "Lynne's Take on Tech
- Massive Video Production (MVP), Berkeley physics, and all that - I got an ACE2004 acceptance to present!
"Lynne's Take on Tech
- Forget Printers and Film - It's Digital Cameras and Clips - Where should Kodak head now?",
"California Connects GenYs with Digital Media",