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The first video about Diocletian's palace: http://youtu.be/FFJPVt6epx8
More videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL26F99D743DDB5026
Beware the dungeon ceilings of doom!
The basements beneath emperor Diocletian's palace in the city of Split, in Croatia form the core of this video, which I have now decorated with animations. My video editing software plays this footage fine. Unfortunately, when it renders it to a file for upload, it screws it up appallingly. I have contacted various 'support' people but they have told me to do the things I was already doing. I am repeatedly amazed at how bad video formats are, and how they seem to defeat even the most specialist and expensive software. What you see here is a very poor video file which does not come close to my hopes for this one. I spent several days doing the animations, and to see them look so poor is somewhat soul-destroying.
When I'm in shot, location camerawork by Josip Pavic.
Lindybeige: a channel of archaeology, ancient and medieval warfare, rants, swing dance, travelogues, evolution, and whatever else occurs to me to make.
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Dungeon ceilings - a flaw in design
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