If you have a stack of camcorder tapes from the 1980’s and 1990’s (and hopefully the camcorder to play them on) time is running out to preserve that footage for the future, by making a copy.
Channel 4 News reveals how film-makers are using footage from public cctv cameras. It’s called ‘video sniffing’.
At Manchester’s latest flashmob event a crowd played bingo in Piccadilly Gardens.
More than 1000 people protested about Western media coverage of the Beijing Olympics and Tibet. After a two-hour demonstration outside the BBC, they marched up Oxford Street to Manchester Town Hall.
This software is impressive and only costs $89 (£44).
Check out my test footage from Friday:
Famous across America for being the KMart Joe Boxer underwear guy, now Vaughn Lowery has done a great ad for the Houston Chronicle. More KMart/Joe Boxer ads featuring Vaughn here and here. How long before we see this talented guy on British TV?