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Scot Lenter
Tips and Tricks on EX Cameras
on Oct 8, 2009 at 2:43:10 pm

Hey I know people have been asking where to find videos with tips on shooting EX and there are certainly a lot of good videos already out there. We recently did a live internet broadcast on it and just got around to posting the footage from the seminar. The videos are only up on YouTube right now so it is split into 4 or 5 videoa on the channel http://www.youtube.com/user/jessemillerman


Scot Lenter
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Craig Seeman
Re: Tips and Tricks on EX Cameras
on Oct 8, 2009 at 2:49:12 pm

Scott, YouTube now allows you to create a Playlist so the videos will play back to back without viewer intervention.

You should also post on Vimeo which has no duration limit at all. 500MB limit on free accounts and 1GB limit on paid account. You can still get something immensely watchable for an hour duration at 500MB file size. A lot of EX users use Vimeo.



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Scot Lenter
Re: Tips and Tricks on EX Cameras
on Oct 8, 2009 at 2:57:07 pm

Yeah man thanks. We are going to have the whole thing up soon on jtown.tv in hq but this is just the initial posting. And you personally may be interested in our next seminar on live internet broadcast with Telestream on Oct 22 @6:30PM EST.

Scot Lenter
Midtown Video
Miami, Florida
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Rental Agent
scot@midtownvideo.com
305-669-1117


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Noah Kadner
Re: Tips and Tricks on EX Cameras
on Oct 8, 2009 at 7:12:57 pm

Also blip is a more useful service than Youtube or Vimeo for free tutorial videos:

http://blip.tv/

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