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Today Wednesday 22 July meeting

Meeting room opens 7:30pm for 8pm start.



Please refer to the club website home page for the programme.

Electronic Eye

Sydney Video Makers club newsletter

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The Electronic Eye, or EE for short, is the newsletter for the Sydney Video Makers (a.k.a. SVM) Club. You can peruse past edition of the newsletter on our website. We use this newsletter to advise of our upcoming club meetings and provide pertinent news items from our members. We do not wish to be a "me too" video magazine as there are plenty of those already on the web.
The EE is open to both financial members and non-members who are interested. If you wish, you can easily unsubscribe at anytime and if you got this forwarded to you, and want to subscribe you can do so via our club website. Also see our Facebook page.

Tonight 8pm AGM followed by regular zoom meeting

Zoom link is also on our website. Opens at 7:30pm for an 8pm start.
  • We will kick off with the AGM - if you would like to come onboard of the Committee, here is your chance!
  • Afterwards we are having a discussion of last 2 Saturdays' shoot of The Ticket shared script. Things we learnt - led by Henryk Debski (Director) and Iulian Demetrescu (DOP/Camera) and others.
  • Paul has kindly sorted all the video files into their respective folders by Scene and Shot # and if there is interest, he will show the tool he used for this, called KYNO
    Note: SVM can get discounted price for this tool. Contact Paul if you are interested.
  • If any members have a video related news, or movies to share, you will have up to 10 minutes to do so.
Here are a few frames from the shoot:

You can download all the relevant documentation files from the club website (under Resources/Scripts).

The actual footage is available from Paul Szilard. The files are either in .MP4 format (H.264 compressed) and take 14GB, or the original .MOV files straight out of camera, which take 72GB. You can of course have both if you wish. This is too much to share via the internet, so you can either send a storage device (SD card or USB hard disk) to Paul Szilard, or pay him a visit in North Sydney and have the files copied to your laptop, or pay for a new storage device from Scorptec and have Paul pick it up, copy the files to it, and post it to you.

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