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DV-L Members Links:
Zane Rutledge, 668
Bill Crow, American Interactive Pictures
David Mowbray, Baobab Productions
Bill Stewart of Bardo Rodeo
Gary Rice of Bleu Rose Ltd.
Jan Piros of Canopus Corp.
Tez Sykes of Celtic Images
Bob Lamm, CYNC Corp.
Digital Media Workshop
Steve Mullen - Digital Video Consulting
Gary Bettan - Electronic Mailbox
Erik Staats, Firefly Inc.
Craig McLeod, Focus Films
Robert Lindqvist, Lindqvist Radio TV
Tom Gregory, Mayte Mouse Productions
David Simpson, The Mining Company
Michel Rempenaux, Mireade
Arnold Goldman - The Monster Makers
Michael Tucker of nomad.germany
Les Howarth of Real-Time Images
Chuck Littman, SuperVideo
Swimming Dog Video Productions
Darrel Goheen, Total Video
Kevin Zanjani, TPRP
Tobe Carey, Willow Mixed Media
Keith Johnson of Xentrik Films
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have their own websites. If you haven't subscribed yet, go here. If you have, and maintain a
website, we'll then gladly link to your site. Doesn't matter whether it's video or vanity,
Firewire or watersports, commercial or NGO - anything goes! The only thing
that matters is that the site owner/maintainer is subscribed to DV-L. To be
included, please send URL, banner if available (not larger than the standard 468x60, and
please, no animated gifs, the whole page would animate ...), and your name as it appears
on DV-L, to us. All we
want in return is a courtesy link back to
does not accept member links and banners at the moment.
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Check out what DV-L correspondents are up to when they are not
corresponding with other DV-L members!
To visit the site, click on the logo, to send mail, click on the name.
We tried to sort everybody alphabetically, and if we didn't do a good job,
let us know.
Zane Rutledge is Director -
Producer - Cinematographer - 3D Animator - After Effects Artist - Visual Effects Director
- Web Creative - Multimedia Designer - Technical Consultant - Writer - Actor (and probably
part-time handyman and receptionist) at 668.
Check out their website and be amazed.
Bill Crow of American Interactive
Pictures. They make videos, interactive CDs and sometimes have used gear to
sell. Thanks for the link back to us!
of Baobab Productions Inc., Ottawa, Canada, says they "shoot around
the world in DV (VX-1000, PC7), primarily making documentary and educational videos about
sustainable development issues." Hey! DV is good for the environment! Looking
forward to our link :)
|Bill Stewart of Bardo Rodeo. I said "no animated GIFs" - darn it!
If you don't give me an inert banner, we'll come to your place and point the bar to true
north! And about that link back to us... I know, too much beer, too many black-outs.
Or maybe I just couldn't find it in the crowded bar.
||Gary Rice of Bleu Rose Ltd. is "formally announcing our intention to
offer a consumer-grade DV/FireWire Video Editor to the Mac market next year. Our web site
has details (along with other products that we CURRENTLY offer)."
Jan Piros of Canopus Corp. is
a DV-L member. "Canopus Corporation was founded in 1995 to create high
performance graphics and video solutions for the worldwide PC market." Their
product of special interest to DV-L community is DVRex-M1, a
"Professional-Quality Video Editing" solution with hardware DV Codec and a
break-out box. "The DVRex editing system combines high quality DV video with
multi-channel audio creating a new dimension of digital video production.", says
their web site. Watch for more information on the DV-Rex on DV Central.
...Oh, and where is the DV Central link on Canopus
||Tez Sykes of Celtic Images describes his company as "an Irish
community-based video production team, based in the North-West of England. We are a
non-profit making organization that aims to promote Irish culture and peace through
Bob Lamm sells all
kinds of video related stuff in Brookline, Mass, through his CYNC
Corp. and he's a all around great guy. Logo pending, because his site is devoted
to the furtherance of ASCII.
Digital Media Workshop manned by Michael, strives to be the "Personal Buying
Source" with "hardware and software as wholesale cost". The web site
features "Professional Video Editing Systems", overview of DV editing, and some
links that look very familiar, almost like they were taken off DV Central... Well,
copying is the highest form of flattery, and boy are we flattered. Thank you for the
link back, Michael!
Be nice to Steve Mullen if
you sell any video editing hardware or software, because he's a Contributing Editor for
Video Systems magazine and a contributor to millimeter magazine. He also does
seminars and consulting. At his website,
"you will find in-depth, no hype information on current digital video products."
|Richard Lin of ESP
Video Design. Great job, Richard! Thanks for the link back to us!
Erik Staats works for Firefly Inc., the company founded by the folks who
invented Firewire while at Apple Computer. Firefly's products and services include 1394
TNF software libraries and silicon technology, and the 1394 Product Certification
Craig McLeod makes his homepage at Focus Films,
"Purveyors of Fine Videos to the Gentry." Focus Film is based in Singapore and
they have produced a wide range of films and videos for corporate and agency clients,
including TV commercials, documentaries and TV programs.
KnowledgePath Video makes tapes. Doesn't everybody?
Well, their tapes are a path to knowledge if you want to quickly and
efficiently learn how to professionally use Adobe Premiere®, operate a VX-1000, or
advanced editing on FAST Video Machine®, or how to achieve broadcast quality with a
Hi-8 equipment, and more. Check out their web site
or write to Knowledgepath@msn.com.
Robert Lindqvist from Sweden.
Purveyor of DV-related stuff. Also makes educational, industrial and documentary
productions. Dessa sidor uppdateras ständigt så återkom snart igen. Any questions?
Thanks for the link back to us!
a.k.a. tomgtv cautions: "This is the web operations site for Mayte Mouse Productions. We use it as a test
site, playing around with some sites before they go to customers." Visit them
and watch the mice roar. Thanks for the link!
Simpson mines the web for video related stuff for The Mining Company. If you put your ear
on your modem, you'll hear him dig, late at night. Thanks for the link!
Michel Rempenaux is a cinematographer, director, producer, and a wearer
of many other hats. Mireade
is the name of his film company. Together with his friends, he does Le Repaire De la Vidéo
Numérique, and maintains a web site for French speaking DV-centric people.
ATTENTION Site FRANCOPHONE (pour les frappés du DV.)
Dick Walton's home page for Natural History Services is devoted to birds,
butterflies, dragonflies and all things natural. Go there to monitor the monarchs, and to
stalk the common dragonfly.
has been (dis)located to "Potsdam, Germany, where my company, nomad.germany, is
producing a "digital film" for DVD distribution titled "The Last
Cowboy". Our intention with this project is to be all digital, so we have
wrangled up a stable of sponsors who support the idea including Daystar, Sony,
ElectricImage and Illuminaire."
Les Howarth of Real-Time Images out of the UK does, well,
something along the lines of video and music. Follow the link and try figuring it
Chuck (a.k.a. Chuckmeister)
Littman deadheads the world with his wife Nancy's UA credentials and reports on
digital video at his wild and whacky SuperVideo
website. Required reading if you want to know what's around the bend.
Swimming Dog Video Productions (SdogV)
makes short productions on various swim and other (We wag tales!)
events. We presently are working on a contrast of solo (e.g.,
English Channel) with pro (e.g. Traversee Lac St. Jean) marathon swimming
in a genuine long production.
started out as "Precious Memories Video" in Hays, Kansas. As the name
implies, they did weddings (and maybe the occasional bar mitzvah). When business expanded
into commercial and industrial video production market, they named their company Total
Video. Darrel also shoots local news for Cable 14.
|Kevin Zanjani maintains
(caution, tonguebreaker ahead) the "Television Production Reference Page. The primary
mission of this site is to provide reference information to videographers regarding the
exciting and fast-paced field of television production."
Tobe Carey says: "Willow Mixed Media is a not for profit arts
group producing video documentaries and art projects. We are currently shooting in
DV format with a VX-1000 for a documentary on PCBs and The Hudson River." Sounds like
something more hazardous than simple printed circuit boards.
||Keith Johnson of Xentrik
Films in the UK makes videos plus a bitchen Premiere plugin called Vixen.Vixen cleans up
your video. It won't turn X-rated video into PG, but will come darned close to it.
So where's your link?
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