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- Subject: Re: Interest in Lua Web Plug-in?
- From: Kein-Hong Man <keinhong@...>
- Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:07:27 +0800
Thanks for your comments and also thanks to those that responded to you. I think you are very wise to suggest a niche. A real-time video effects library might be just the right catch. Imagine, you publish raw clips and media assets that you have scripted with this plug-in. Others can then use the same assets to hack-up their own versions of your work. A sort of Avisynth meets Adamation's (video editor for BeOS) real-time effects preview. Video mash-ups?
A video producer will just want to apply various effects and
export the whole kaboodle to a final video file, no plugin
barriers. Video effects are widely varied and have to be fresh to
audiences -- a creative artist wouldn't want to be shackled by a
drop-down menu of effects... the point is that your effects will
be limited by what you implement in the player. PowerPoint
enthusiasts will like that, but for real work...
Much of the discussion is quite relevant if the target demographic
is Lua enthusiasts, but I don't think this will really bite in the
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From: Andy Stark <AStark@blackpoolsixth.ac.uk>
To: Lua list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, March 2, 2007 6:17:52 AM
Subject: Re: Interest in Lua Web Plug-in?