Public domain screening by SAW Video in Ottawa

BY MARTIN LEDUC. OTTAWA, CANADA (CINEMA MINIMA) — I attended the Premiere screening of SAW Video’s Public Domain show in Ottawa. SAW commissioned a number of skilled media artists to create new works out of public domain footage from Library and Archives Canada

I’ve written about the show in a bit more detail over on the Total Recut blog. You can also visit the SAW website for the show.

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Martin Leduc - Remix

Videodrome: Video Remix Night at Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.

BY MARTIN LEDUC. TORONTO (CINEMA MINIMA) — Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) will be holding its annual Videodrome Audio/Visual battle on April 17, 2010.  Here’s the description from dropframevideo:

The Video Battle is a competition of audio/visual media work, the A/V battle, the VIDEODROME. Developed from the idea of the hip hop DJ battle, artists will throw down fast and hard attempting to out flash each other with selections, cuts and mixes extreme, humorous and dangerous.

See these links for details:

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Video podcast tutorial: export multiple file formats

This video talks about exporting your podcast into compressed formats that are ready for download. This video touches on multiple different file formats that your video can be exported too. The export procedures are gone through using Apple’s iMovie HD application. [Digital Producer -- Home Splash]

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Largest Final Cut Pro User Group meeting in Las Vegas 2008 April 16

The 7th Annual NAB Final Cut Pro User Group SuperMeet will convene in Las Vegas, Nevada USA 2008 April 16 18:30-22:30 at the MGM Grand Hotel, during the NAB Show. The SuperMeet is the annual event of the Final Cut Pro User Group Network, which includes user groups in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Final Cut is a Non-Linear Editing (NLE) application for editing motion pictures, including features, using Apple computers.

The NAB Show takes place 2008 April 11-17 in Las Vegas. The show is put on by the American National Association of Broadcasters. On Monday April 14, Tim Robbins will deliver the NAB show’s keynote speech. The actor-director-producer will look at the changing face of entertainment, and how new distribution and content-creation opportunities will affect Hollywood. [Apple]

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