Time Lapse Barrage

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Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

Alhamdulillaah, I’ve been able to take an enormous amount of pictures during my stay here in Malaysia until now.  And while the actual yield of shots with any value may be low, the sheer volume of photos means that I have plenty I would like to share.

The sheer amount of work to upload these and present them in anything close to an appealing way through WordPress has made me decide that I am going to seek an alternative method for disseminating the videos.  I am hoping I can leverage my Gallery installation, in shaaʾ Allaah, but it’s support for alternative media types has not impressed me to date.  And don’t even dare suggest that I use a Flash-based solution…

Read on for the feature presentation(s)!  As usual, make sure to get a copy of the free-and-open-source VLC player if you don’t have it or another media player that can play Ogg Theora videos.

Kuala Lumpur Downtown Time Lapse

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Balcony Sunset Time Lapse

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Quick links to all video downloads

Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Time Lapse Barrage”

  1. AlBaraa says:

    Basil, with your permission, May I use some of these for a trailer I’m making for Sh Yasir Qadhi’s class?

  2. Basil says:

    Sure! I’d love that you share my work. I announced the terms and how to do so in a previous post here:

    http://www.basilgohar.com/blog/2008/06/21/blog-now-completely-creative-commons-licensed/

    Also, the licensing terms can be found at the bottom of my block, which is Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 U.S. (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/). All you need to do is provide a link to the original post containing the media somewhere in your work – e.g., credits (Attribution) and also you need to share your subsequent work under the same license (ShareAlike).

    If you’d like a higher-quality version of any of the videos above, please let me know, though I think there are only marginal improvements I can make to the existing videos (i.e., they are already very high quality). I wonder if your application can import Ogg Theora video, though…it’d be ironic if it couldn’t.

    Let me know if you need anything else.

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