It has been an eventful beginning to 2015. In my previous post I went over the new mission audio released by NASA. This audio has been merged into the base project and the resulting transcript corrections have been made.
Over the years I have been creating Adobe Premiere videos that contain all mission audio and video. These have taken years to make and I intended to only use them for the purposes of correcting the transcript. However, I recently decided to render them out and upload them to YouTube. The resulting YouTube Channel contains 39 videos that are each 8 hours long. It’s pretty incredible that YouTube can house videos of such long duration. I wonder what people’s reactions will be when they stumble across an 8 hour Apollo Mission video without any context.
Much of the video is black with a simple timecode showing Mission Elapsed Time. Without reference to the overall mission or transcripts, the videos leave you a little lost.
Over the coming weeks I plan to create a proof of concept that links the corrected transcript to YouTube video playback.