Archive for March, 2009

Cut Your Own Scene

Cut Your Own Scene

A friend of mine, Rai Fazio, spent 10 years writing his first feature film and now it’s just been released by Disney. It’s called Two Fists One Heart. The film is a gritty drama about the rise of a young boxer. Rai is a former Australian Amateur Boxing Champion so he knows his subject. He also co-stars in the film. As part of the promotion, they’re running a competition where you can download the some of rushes and cut your own scene. The prize is quite unique as well. So, give it a go. I’ll be embedding my attempts in future posts.

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Post Under Marketing, Video March 21, 2009

A Video Tour through Lenovo’s eLounge

After having done a video tour showing off the Mellanium Apartment, I wanted to do something similar with the Lenovo eLounge. I’d previously reviewed the eLounge but at the time I didn’t realise I could capture the video content from it. Normally the quality is unacceptable when capturing from a browser, but the web.alive technology works a treat.

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Post Under Video, virtual worlds March 17, 2009

Slideshare: Web Video in the Web 2.0 World

This is a seminar I did in Second Life on using video advertising on the web.

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Post Under skribe productions, Video, virtual worlds March 8, 2009

A Thousand Words

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, this movie can be summed up in two: simply awesome!

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Post Under Video March 7, 2009

Seminar: Web Video in the Web 2.0 World

I’m doing a seminar in Second Life this weekend (Saturday or Sunday depending on where you are) at jokaydia Mini-Unconference 2. It will be a basic primer on using video on the web (and in Second Life) to enhance your visitor’s experience and as a signpost to draw visitors to your site. The Unconference begins at 7pm on Saturday Second Life Time (USPST) Please come along.

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Post Under Video, virtual worlds March 6, 2009
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