MANUFACTURED PROTEST PRODUCTS
CITIZEN VIDEO PATTERN
CITIZEN VIDEO PATTERN is a video transposition of manufactured protest products at first designed from an attempt on protest slogans cataloging, trying it hand at being universal and intended for the greatest number, regardless of their natures: humans, intelligent machines (robots, artificial intelligences, deep learning programs, chatbots, virtual assistants, IoTs etc.), others (foreign civilizations including alien lives).
23sec citizen-pattern video loop with transparent background distributed in portrait and landscape formats. Adjustments in other formats are possible from the source files, without change in quality and content.
- Quicktime source files ('animation' codec) with alpha channel and 8K (60fps), 4K (60fps) and HD (30fps) resolutions;
- Apple QuickTime ProRes 4444 XQ and ProRes 4444 with alpha channel and 8K (60fps), 4K (60fps) and HD (30fps) resolutions;
- High and normal quality DXV transcoded files with alpha channel; 8K (60fps), 4K (60fps) and HD (30fps) resolutions;
- HAP Q and HAP Quicktime transcoded files with alpha channel; 8K (60fps), 4K (60fps) and HD (30fps) resolutions.
The files have been compressed with LZMA compression to get the highest compression rate without loss of quality. To extract them use 7-Zip (for Windows) or Keka (for MacOS), free and open-source file archivers included in the folders.
Crash-test with sound, a Lénie Blue's anti-conformist view
of social networks formats.