Supporting Remote Collaboration in Film Scoring

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Creativity & Cognition Conference 2009 (C&C09), 2009, pp. 211 - 220
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This paper reports on research supporting online and asynchronous collaboration between stakeholders in the film scoring industry. Here, the authors present two studies conducted with filmmakers and composers to test the design principles of a prototype system. Outcomes from this research have identified a need for establishing a clear scope in creative discussions and for resolving the ambiguity that occurs in remote collaboration. Feedback from participants also revealed the complex nature of the composer-filmmaker relationship and highlighted some interpersonal and coordination issues that should be addressed when designing systems for distant communication.
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