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  • Adam Behringer

    Seattle, Washington USA

    Adam is the founder of BEEDOCS, an artisan software company that makes great timeline software for Mac OS X.

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Bee Docs on Twitter

Friday, May 15, 2009

We have found that Twitter is a great tool to see what people are saying about Bee Docs Timeline and timeline charting in general. We have also been having fun leaving some tweets of our own.

Elise Hunt (@elisekarolina), our Community Development Lead, has been using her Twitter feed to feature outstanding projects that our customers have created using Bee Docs Timeline.

For example, Elise recently featured this beautiful graduation video from Dale Suffridge of Kennesaw State University.

Still image of Kennesaw State University graduation video

My own Twitter feed can be found at @AdamBehringer. I sometimes tweet about what I am developing, sometimes random stuff... I am trying to limit the blog on our website to official announcements so the Twitter feed is a more casual way for me to keep in touch.

Please add us to your follow list if you are so inclined and be sure to send us examples of your best timeline projects so that we can feature your work too!

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Anonymous DavidMay 15, 2009 12:32 PM

Dale's use of Timeline and the very slick presentation was superb!

I'd love the learn how some of those effects were achieved: the events overlaying one another at the start, the retraction of the descender and the very smooth transition to the full view of the timeline just before entering 3D.

Are these easily done within Timeline or are they added later? I presume that the switch from 3D to 2D to show the second series of movies is done by layering one timeline over another and that this is done in post in Final Cut(or an equivalent app).

Highlighting these creative uses of Timeline is really inspiring!

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