I made this video in college. I started of by choosing a song (I chose a track I made in my audio class), I then made ten files in the program Particle Illusion that would go well with the track. I used many effects for this, the effects I used were lines, star ball 2, spirals, fiery 01 and 02, super wave up, aurora 01(Tom Granberg) and sun flare (Tom Granberg). After I got the clips I put them in Adobe premier Pro along with the track and put them in a certain order to match up with the track, I also had to shorten the track because it was too long. I then used faded some of the clips together so that it was not jumpy and I also faded the track at the end. Finally I added a title to the begining which was The sun, saved it and then uploaded it to You Tube. Here is an example of an abstract video.
One example of audio being played within a web page is the website SoundCloud. People create music and audio files and then put them on SoundCloud and other people can listen and comment on them. You can search for a variety of audio files such as sound effects and music that others have created. SoundCloud is a flash player.
Another example of audio being played within a web page is Freesound. Freesound is like SoundCloud, it also is a flash player but you can also use embedded files, any music or audio files you have created you can put them on Freesound and other people can listen and comment on them. The only difference from SoundCloud is that Freesound has online forums.
These websites show what people have made by using processing.
Intel’s Museum of Me uses information gathered from your Facebook account to create a visual snapshot of your life.
This website has weekly flask animation videos that show how they wanted a film, t.v series or video game to end.