A poetic short movie by Berlin-based duo The Apiary honours the sensation of a well-curated home with the design furniture from the Dutch Moooi.
We're really happy to announce that it is now possible to watch multiple videos simultaneously with the new 126.96.36.1997 update!
We're looking at long term newsletter, marketing automation solutions now. Preferably open source. Mautic came up but there's no Wikipedia article on Mautic.*
I decided to quickly put one up. Alas, I can't stand writing wikitext, it's very slow. I can edit it on other people's articles slowly and carefully. I wanted to write in Markdown so I did. It turns out there are no usable conversion tools. At first I was directed to Pandoc. We've got an online version which handles unlimited characters. I didn't have much success with our version. I tried the official version. No luck there either. Other people were facing Markdown to wikitext Pandoc conversion issues as well.
There's some command line utilities which have to be installed (no thanks) after installing npm first. Or there's online utilities which are no longer available. Finally I was redirected to our own Pandoc converter.
So you now have a website with all your videos encrypted with FV Player Pro using AWS Elemental MediaConvert, AWS Elastic Transcoder or Coconut.co (full FV Player integration coming soon )? Or perhaps your video platform is Vimeo and you can just put up FV Player Vimeo Security and stop at least the known video download tools. Bravo!
Now you want to post some of your videos to Facebook. Are your videos protected from download there? Not really, not even in a private group. Using FV Player Pro with independent hosting is not really an option. Facebook doesn't play well with independently hosted videos, you really have to upload to their platform, which we don't control.
Here's some good strategies to minimise your risk.
From what do the paragliding athletes draw their energy to take off? Austrian director Adi Geisegger shows flying from a different angle.
Alex Soloviev roams around the crowded streets of Lisbon, inhales the salty sea breeze and enjoys a trip that would be his last for a long time.
We haven't eased up on our work on great new features for our player. Here's a list of all new stuff that've been recently added to our player.
A sweet and uplifting ode to sisterhood by Dutch director Ayla Spaans.
Due to all this dross, good and informative comments are lost and have almost no long term value. Thoughts and some solutions.
Are your Vimeo hosted videos not playing back on your website? Here's what to check first to determine it it's a Vimeo issue or your own infrastructure.
In the short movie La Vague Rose, Portuguese filmmaker Tiago Lemos takes us to celebrate women in surfing.
Madrid-based Director Joan Bosch contemplates the yearning to become merely matter, to keep the body only and throw away your soul.
A surreal future story about the digital age and isolation shot in Montréal subway on iPhone.
No one will know they disappeared. No one will see anyone. Watch a short not-so dystopic tale about apocalypse by Vasco Mendes.
Wildly coloured fauna and flora coming to life in Ædean - Evolution music video shot and directed by Thomas Blanchard
Foliovision's FV Player helps Rob make video learning more efficient and fun.
Russian filmmaker Evgeni Bakirov enters the inner world of analogue photographer Aleksandra Kirievskaya.
Director of animated movies Charlotte Arene makes a bustling seashore out of her own bedroom in the short stop motion story La Mer à Boire.
A quick primer on how to efficiently grade Canon C-log, including step by step workflow.
The city of London is home to almost 9 million inhabitants. Imagine each of them having their own secret story, while many of them stay behind the walls of their homes forever. This was not the case of William Lyttle, a Londoner who was widely know for his bizarre habit - William has been digging tunnels underneath his own property in Hackney, East London for over 40 years.