some years ago i was trying to capture video with my 266MHz G3 Power PC.
using a free program called Avid-Video-Shop i got some results which worked normal but also some happy accidents.
with a capture setting called “post-compress”, the program would try to grab uncompressed video and audio before attempting to encode the material to the codec of your choice. basically every codec tried would result in mega-glitch material in the end. a very simple A/V blenderizer.
so here from 2004 is a short compilation “video”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/video/noisequotient.mov clocking in at 1minute, 9.5MB. it’s some of the captured material, live triggered with GRID video software.