I created this educational video for my UMUC Domestic Violence class to try to educate the public about “cyberstalking”, more accurately known as technology-facilitated harassment and abuse.
Download: Cyberstalking Video (620 MB)
This project has resulted in one very stressful week, as every step of the process became more complicated than I anticipated. This is also the second video for which I’ve done a voice-over.
Update: Sorry for the high bandwidth upload and for the audio issues. I uploaded a lower quality version to make it easier to play in the browser. Previewing it, however, I noticed that the volume bumped to max when the narration started. Sorry; the extra mental stress on the viewer was NOT intended. One keyframe moved during my rushed final editing and ruined the whole thing. This is just another example of how much resistance I’ve experienced with this project. Even very simple things have been so complicated and elongated. I’m now rendering the low-bandwidth and then the high-bandwidth (download) versions again (2.75 hrs of rendering each, probably due to the motion background, even assisted by a Quadro GPU). Hopefully, it will be less irritating now.