Folding a Chroma Key background

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Folding a ChromaPop By Philip Johnston
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Once a background gets beyond a certain size it becomes a pig to fold it back down…now the Juice Boys up at Digital Juice have made a very cool demonstration video on how to fold such “pigs”.

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Panasonic SDHC class 10 PRICES

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Panasonic’s new Gold series Class 10 cards inherit the attributes of the current Panasonic Class 6 line with enhanced speed performance of up to 22MB/s. With Class 10, you’ll also get the ability to write large amounts of data continuously until the card is full without missing any shots or writing stops.

The rating promises a minimum of 10MB per second and is better tailored to high-end compact cameras, entry digital SLRs or HD camcorders where baseline speed is essential: a stills camera with 3MB shots can capture 3 frames per second without the SDHC card becoming the bottleneck. It also peaks at 22MB per second and is about 40 percent faster than a Class 4 (4MB per second) card in sustained transfers of large files.

The new speed specification is designed to meet the requirement for higher resolution consecutive shooting and large-sized HD video shooting but they can also be used in your netbook. Just about every netbook is now capable of handling SDHC cards allowing you to expand the netbook’s hard drive capabilities above and beyond 32GB.

Panasonic are leading the way with their Class 10 SDHC cards, dont be left in the dark, enjoy the speed and consecutive shooting capabilities today!

Specification

– Class 10 Rating
– 10MBPS Baseline Speed
– Speed Peaks at 22MBPS
– Write large amounts of data continuously, without missing any shots or writing any stops.
– Designed for DSLR’s, HD Large Imaging Cameras and Netbooks
– 40% faster than Class 4

32GB = £200    16GB = £70    8GB = £35    4GB = £18


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Larry’s Tip of the Day

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iPhone version 3 software is a must

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Iphone findMobileMe helps you find your lost iPhone.

Sometimes it’s your keys. Other times it’s your glasses. Misplacing things happens all the time. Now, if you misplace your iPhone, Find My iPhone can help you find it.

Locate your iPhone on a map.

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Now, if you lose your iPhone, MobileMe can help you find it. MobileMe includes a new feature called Find My iPhone. Just enable Find My iPhone in MobileMe settings on your phone.* Then you can log in to me.com from any computer to access Find My iPhone and display your phone’s approximate location on a map.

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Apple V3 FREE iPhone software today

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Life’s not always a bed of roses…Support if you can please

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This is the film clip from the upcoming and in production documentary ‘Windows and Corridors’.
Kiaren Grae is awaiting an urgent liver transplant that could happen any day. He is very ill…..and very brave. It was at his urging that I decided to do this documentary. I am his Dad. He wants to raise the awareness of everyone to the idea of organ donor registration. I think this music clip could do the job very well. Please pass it on to everyone you can and help Kiaren achieve his idea. If you are interested in the subject then we hope you will talk with your families about it.

I just know I love this young man and his equally extraordinary brother Daniel who wrote and sang this incredible song. Thanks to you too Travis [guitar] and of course the ever present and fantabulous Mr Donny Gall on drums. The band is called ‘Mondays Not Home’ [check myspace]. What a fantastic recording session….both my sons together for the VERY FIRST TIME in their lives. Extraordinary energy.
The electric rhythm and lead guitars are by my great friend Mike Foster of Avalanche [USA] The bass guitar is played by a great lady player called Stephanie Krowka

All camera work is by me using the JVC GZ-HD7 using all the manual functions. The lighting is [fluorescent] ambient light in all the hospital footage. Some indoor shots are lit with my small light kit, others are natural window light.I edited on Sony Vegas Pro 8 with the Sony colour correction plug-in. I wish I could afford Magic Bullet Looks as I think it would have helped the footage considerably. Maybe I will rework the correction later on. Viewer thoughts on this clip would be most helpful as I am a real beginner in both the editing role and camera operation.
Please leave your thoughts, it is an important thing for Kiaren to be able to read your letters of support.

David Pendragon, Australia
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David is just like me and you a dad and a film maker, we all share the same passion but in David’s case he has a very ill son who needs an urgent liver transplant. My involvement is to highlight his plight and hope someone sees his well produced documentary and can help in some way. As a father of a child with type 1 diabetes I have some idea what he is going through.

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Sony mobile storage unit for SxS media

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The Sony Mobile Storage Unit is a portable, self-contained, high-speed, mass storage device that allows virtually unlimited back-up of SxS PRO Memory Card content.

  • One-Touch Copy and Verification of SxS PRO™ Memory Cards
  • Fast Transfer of Video Content (Estimated up to 10X Real Time)
  • Removable 240GB Hard Drive Cartridges (PXU-HC240)
  • Uses the same BPU30 Battery as XDCAM EX camcorders
  • Estimated Availability: Fall 2009

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Review of the JVC GY-HM700

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Review of the JVC GY-HM700 By Philip Johnston
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Larry’s Tip of the Day

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JVC GY-HM700 Video review due Saturday (Due to early baby)

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Sorry but my niece Jill had her baby 3 days early and put everything back a day, glad to report that baby Charlotte is doing well (5lbs 5ozs) and mum is also doing well.

Look under “VIDEO REVIEW TAB” at the top of the page for the video review of the HM700

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