Monthly Archives: November 2015

[PODCAST]: All Rights Reserved – Episode 2: Shoplifting Intellectual Property

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this episode, we will explore the DMCA, including it’s anti-circumvention provisions, as well as the true reason why copyright laws were created in the first place.

Unfortunately, due to a small problem, I was unable to include the roundtable discussion in this week. However, I will include both this week’s and next week’s roundtable discussion in the next episode. Sorry for any inconvenience!

As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 License (sorry for typo of this license in the video): http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

Green Screen Newscast – Trans-Pacific Partnership

I set up and recorded this “news cast” for my Video Production and Editing 1 class. I edited and keyed the video using Final Cut Pro X.

This video is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 4.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ If you use this elsewhere on the web, please be sure to link back to the original video.

[PODCAST] All Rights Reserved – Episode 1: Copy-and-Paste Rights

Note: The beginning has no video.

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this very first episode, we will look into the basics of US copyright law and fair use.

As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution 4.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

My Family Herritage

For my video production 1 class, we had to make a video about our family heritage, and part of it was to record an interview.  I went to a family historian on my Grandmother’s side of the family, and I interviewed him for the project.  The only visual items that aren’t mine are the before and after graphic of the Hamilton Factory, and the video from Stack Fest.  I put all of these elements together in Final Cut Pro X.