BluRay BluRay BluRay!

All of a sudden we’re creating a whole lotta BluRay discs these days.  NTSC and PAL for screenings all over the world.   Sounds like many film festivals are now accepting BluRay discs as a playback format and of course, it’s a lot cheaper to do one of these than an HDCAM tape. So we’re in …

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BCM_Construction_Day 56: Slab and a Building!

Today was a very big step forward in the construction of our new facility.  For the first time, we’re building up, rather than tearing down!   It all started before dawn with a big concrete pump truck and ended with the delivery of our building! 5:30AM Metal Building Associates have already poured almost half of the …

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Foul Water Fiery Serpent Film Festival Screenings

Foul Water Fiery Serpent is out on the Film Festival Circuit in the U.S.  We’ll keep updating this page as screening locations and times are announced. UPDATED SEPTEMBER 10, 2010 Big Bear Lake Film Festival: Big Bear Lake, California Screening Date: Friday, Sept 17th.    Time: 10:30am.    Location: Village Theatre North, located at 602 …

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My visit to Flanders Scientific

So last week I had the opportunity to go visit the guys at Flanders Scientific. A few weeks ago I noted that there is a hardware update for folks like me who own the LM-2450W monitor.  This monitor was discontinued last year, but FSI has done something I’ve never heard of before from any company. …

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eSATA to USB adapter

We’re setting up CatDV as our new media database and part of that, I wanted to utilize an older MaxxDigital 2 drive array that only has eSATA connections.   We’re hooking up to a 21″ iMac which has no eSATA connectivity so we started looking around for some sort of adapters. We found a spiffy hub …

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BCM_Construction_Day 36: Setting the forms

Now we can really start to see the building in place.   Metal Building Associates yesterday laid down the forms that show the outer edges of the building and they dug out the footings. “Time Lapse” view 1 looking back.   You can see the right side and back of the building formed up. “Time Lapse” view …

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