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FeaturesOne of the most important features for Occupy is the footage "callout." Callouts are invitations for video submissions, open to everyone, related to a particular theme. Callouts appear instantly on mobile apps, Facebook, Twitter and all partner sites simultaneously.Here are some of the cool features that Studio Occupy offers:Callouts across Facebook, Twitter, mobile, and partner sitesKickass in-browser collaborative editing with effects and moreHi-res media exports to broadband, mobile, and broadcastContent hosting in the cloudAndroid appiPhone app (currently in the App Store approval process)Facebook app: https://apps.facebook.com/studio-occupy/One-click publishing to YouTube (coming soon)Highly flexible admin toolsBulk footage uploader on the way
An ExampleLet's look at one model of how a community news-gathering team, let's call them MakeNews.org, might use Studio Occupy. By engaging with Studio Occupy, MakeNews could mobilize a network of contributors to gather, produce, and distribute high-quality video material on the "Women of Occupy":MakeNews co-founder Suzy Rosser creates a footage callout inviting every Occupy community to contribute interviews with women whose wisdom or courage or leadership is shaping the movement. She asks participants to tag their uploads by city. (Of course, you can tag your uploads in many other ways, too).Within hours, 110 interviews are uploaded into the system, organized into folders by location.MakeNews.org editors easily source and edit the material using the Studio Occupy editor (or their own) and then do one or more of the following:a) Flood Facebook and YouTube with selected videos.b) Package a ten-minute piece for MakeNews' front page.c) Post a series of videos to various mobile channels.d) Export a five-minute high-res segment for broadcast and broadband via BBC, CNN, Globo, Al Jazeera, etc.These are just a few examples. The possibilities are endless.