Friday, April 17, 2009

Hair Cut


If Expanded Cinema gets too hairy try a fresh expanded browser piece here. Note ONLY works in Safari not Firefox, may just work in IE. Click refresh now and then for a different cut.

13 comments:

SAM RENSEIW said...

looks intersting, but does not seem to work on safari.
also, a message says that a plug-in is needed. ?

Philip Sanderson said...

Hmmmn interesting - I'm watching it in Safari 3 so it should work. The original video file is in sorensen h.263 which is probably the problem
(you might need the perian codecs) anyway I'll change it to h.264 an re-upload. Thanks for letting me know......

SAM RENSEIW said...

ok, working now, thanks.
:-)

well_a hairsplitting piece of sliced work!

the rich color depth reflects the highlights, and the elasticity of the image structure combines the anti-frizz protection while maintaining the shine...

( virtual life_ care and styling tips maintain the vibrant color use & color saver whip for everyday use)

a brilliant shine, de-lush !

link>
http://www.wella.com/trends/trend_collection_09/trend_collection/video/index.jsp

Philip Sanderson said...

Glad that it is working now. So ...Highlights and lustre now maintatined for a silkier more natural shine. OH and even works on Internet Explorer on a PC with some coaxing.

Philip Sanderson said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Steven Ball said...

works in S and FF for me, not letting IE anywhere near my puter.

Roehr-to-the-power-of-ten-tastic

Steven Ball said...

-<:...

Steven Ball said...

mostly facial hairy

Philip Sanderson said...

You wait ages for a comment and then 3 come along at once. Yes it does work in Firefox but doesn't do what it is meant to as the first image loads and then
all the others sync up exactly whereas some a- sync works best.

Steven Ball said...

bin busy innit

but how does your humble viewer know how it's 'supposed' to look? and it's good to have a choice

Philip Sanderson said...

Well it looks slightly different each time even in Safari and the more you refresh and the more the video file caches the more it looks like a regular chronocut, i.e with all the sections about two to three frames apart. However the way it looks in FF is definitely not what is intended. It probably looks best when first loaded in Safari as there is a certain random selection.

Steven Ball said...

randomness needs to be carefully managed

Philip Sanderson said...

Indeed it does