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vPIP Presenting at Oct. 25th SFCutters Meeting

Photo from IDAnderson Flickr Photostream of Walter Murch talk at MacWorld 2006 presented by SF Cutters SF Cutters has been around since March of 2000 with monthly meetings in downtown San Francisco on tools, techniques, Q&A, etc. for using Final Cut Pro. It is the first Final Cut Pro users group. For the upcoming October […]

Discussing Digg V3 Video Category at Barcamp SF (3:23)

Play Quicktime version Eddie Codel, Jay Dedman, Ryanne Hodson and I talk about the Digg v3 Video cateogry.

On Dabble Remix (0:54)

Watch Video Mary Hodder talks on remixing in Dabble at IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star February 8th, 2006 event.

Feedback On Grouper (1:54)

Watch Video Feedback on Dave Samuel's presentation of Grouper at IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star February 8th, 2006 event.

Audience Q&A (6:08)

Watch Video Question from the audience on the ability of videblogging services to get high quality user content.  From the IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star February 8th, 2006 event.

Entering FlickrTurns2 (3:33)

Watch Video This is video I shot at the FlickrTurns2 party on Saturday, Feb. 11th.  Here I enter the party and walk around the main room.  The song, "Biomorph" is by Chris Harvey from the album "The White Sail" courtesy of magnatune.com.

Judges Q&A on Dabble (5:28)

Watch Video Judges question and answer section to Mary Hodder on the media remixing site Dabble at the IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star event.

Josh Kinberg Presents FireAnt (5:01)

Josh Kinberg presents FireAnt at the IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star event.

Dave Samuel Presents Grouper (5:19)

Watch Video Dave Samuel presents Grouper at the IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star event.

Kevin Sladek Presents VideoEgg (4:45)

Watch Video Kevin Sladek presentation of VideoEgg at the IBDNetwork's Under the Radar: Video Blogs Killed the TV Star event.