Anna Helme

by admin June 07, 2012
Call Outs by Anna Helme — last modified April 29, 2010
Videos by Anna Helme — last modified April 29, 2010
News by Anna Helme — last modified May 06, 2011
Events by Anna Helme — last modified January 23, 2013
Simple-Theora-Encoder by Anna Helme — last modified January 11, 2011
FOSS Codecs for Online Video: Usability, Uptake and Development - First Draft by Anna Helme — last modified January 11, 2011
The first draft of a review of available tools for the creation, playback and embedding of online video using Free and Open Source Software video codecs and a look at the most pressing areas for development to enhance their adoption by social change video projects on the web. http://wiki.transmission.cc/index.php/FOSS_Codecs_For_Online_Video:_Usability%2C_Uptake_and_Development
FOSS Codecs for Online Video: Usability, Uptake and Development 1.2 by Anna Helme — last modified January 11, 2011
The second draft of a review of available tools for the creation, playback and embedding of online video using Free and Open Source Software video codecs and a look at the most pressing areas for development to enhance their adoption by social change video projects on the web. Available here on the Transmission wiki: http://wiki.transmission.cc/index.php/FOSS_Codecs_For_Online_Video:_Usability_Uptake_and_Development_1.2 Or accessible via this URL also: http://preview.tinyurl.com/yofb2g
flipbook1 by Anna Helme — last modified November 06, 2012
flipbook2 by Anna Helme — last modified January 11, 2011
Independent Media at Climate Camp Australia 2008 by Anna Helme — last modified April 29, 2010
EngageMedia helped to coordinate an independent media centre for Climate Camp Australia 2008 (July 10 - 14) at the Octapod, a not for profit independent arts and new media organisation based in the heart of Newcastle. Around 20 video makers, photographers and bloggers used this space to create their own media coverage of the Climate Camp workshops, discussions and actions to build a community-based movement for real action on climate change. We were able to present our own stories as a counter-measure to the often simplistic and conflict-based accounts presented in the mainstream media. Climate Camp has been a rich and diverse exploration of positive action on climate change, and ways to build alliances by the many different communities who are stepping up their efforts to convince governments to take real action, and to take it now, before it is too late. The major focus of the camp was on coal exports, as Newcastle is the world's largest coal port, and therefore one of Australia's major contributions to greenhouse gas emissions.
EngageMedia Workshop at MES56 by Anna Helme — last modified January 11, 2011
Images by admin — last modified September 06, 2010
an image test by Andrew — last modified August 29, 2012
wireframes by Anna Helme — last modified May 07, 2012
A folder for wireframes for the new EM website re-design.
test collection by Anna Helme — last modified November 30, 2012