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Wed, Nov 2 2011 20:14:36 UTC


Wired has an interesting article about the phenomenon of supercuts, these videos that take a large amount of tiny clips and put them all together, usually based around a word or topic, such as the enhance video, and the Obama spending video. The author ran a study covering 146 supercut videos, and found interesting stats. The average number of cuts per video is 82, and most of them come from films. It seems the phenomenon started in 2006, with the advent of YouTube.

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