PhotoGeek Week 99 The Bradman average

After a 3 week gap we finally get to the 99th show and catch up on all the news. Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephen, and James Bellew. Getting large images to clients can be solved by Yousendit,  Mobile Me or Sync your files online and across computers with Dropbox. SSD drive at 3.5 inch… Continue reading PhotoGeek Week 99 The Bradman average

PhotoGeek Week#98 Live video show

This show was recorded in front of a live audience online. Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephens, Alan Jones, and James Bellew. After much dicking around we got the broadcast system operational. If you are interested it sort of goes like this. Video over firewire to Mac Pro into BoinxTV to control video streams and… Continue reading PhotoGeek Week#98 Live video show

PhotoGeek Week#97 The split screen Kombi

After a week off we get back on the geek bandwagon in a quite eclectic discussion. Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephen, and James Bellew. Is the Bose® Companion® series 11 the best computer speakers made? Cameron talks about the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. Starts September 4 through to October 4 have a look at… Continue reading PhotoGeek Week#97 The split screen Kombi

PhotoGeek Week#96 Sitting in a Tin Can

We get all nostalgic over the 40 year anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon and break into song… Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephen, and James Bellew. The Tour de France and Ashes cricket make us a little blurry. Advertising on Facebook may not pay off but it is a worthwhile test.… Continue reading PhotoGeek Week#96 Sitting in a Tin Can

PhotoGeek Week#95 Vimeo YouTube VideoPress

We are all a little tired still as the Swine Flu season grips and James is back from Geelong. Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephen, and James Bellew. We try a paid for HD video hosting service from Automattic called VideoPress Getting video to podcast as H.264 and in browser Flash with the one file… Continue reading PhotoGeek Week#95 Vimeo YouTube VideoPress

Testing VideoPress HD

Just testing HD video content via Videopress to see if we can fix the frame rate problems we are having with Vimeo and You Tube. We will use this service to embed 30 fps HD from the Canon 5D Mk11 and see if it comes back as 30 fps Flash. Hit the HD button to… Continue reading Testing VideoPress HD

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