Me and 2 others were making this stunt video in Operation Flashpoint (PC Game)
What was origonaly gonna happen was we each would run fraps, and send the file to who ever was gonna edit it..
This proved inpossible because of the file sizes, about 500mb a min..
We couldn't compress it because it would have to be compressed again for release (On internet).. And the quality would be awfull
Even compressed, the footage for even a 10 min film is huge..
The only way around it I can see is it the people filming, and editing are close to each other, and can pysicly transfer stuff, and edit it, then send the bluescreen stuff to who evers doing that, and send it back.. So cutting down on the ammount sent
But still it would be very hard, and if even one person dropped out, it would be a lot of trouble
Maybe a group of
A bunch of writers/idea thinker uppers,
Editors and film people, cast, who live near each other
Bluescreen background editors
Thats (Excluding cast and writers, who could put ideas on a forum or something) about 5ish people, which isn't too bad..
Could be an interesting outcome tho
I think the "Each person do 5 mins of the film" works better in a game film type thing, not with real life actors