DV Expo ’10 – The Complete Report

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Thanks to everyone to turned out to see me do my thing at this year’s DV Expo.  I loved speaking at both of the morning classes, and the crowd at the Final Cut Pro Users Group was top-notch!  And as usual, it was a total blast.

As long as I was at the expo, I wanted to cover it for HHH.  So, I walked the expo floor, in search of all the latest cool stuff for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, and found… well… perhaps you should just watch our comprehensive, and totally complete tradeshow report.

A special thanks to Amy for operating camera. 🙂

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7 Responses

  1. Hi dtmp,

    Well…. maybe not 100% nada. More like 95% nada. There were a couple items on display, but nothing new or interesting. HHH has covered it all before. It WAS a good show, and I had a great turnout for my three presentations, but there just wasn’t any exciting new iPhone/iPad stuff on the show floor.

    I’m sure CES and NAB will have more for us. They always do! 🙂


  2. Hi Taz, The lower-third title in your video looked like it came from iMovie for iPhone. Did it?

  3. Wow! Good catch, Dr!

    Yes, that video (in all its shortness) was edited in iMovie for iPhone, transferred to my desktop Mac via iPhoto, and then uploaded to YouTube and Vimeo. I had planned to do all my coverage from DV Expo like that… but as it turned out, there wasn’t much to cover.

    iMovie is a very powerful little app, disguised as a template based toy for soccer-moms, and new dads. But that’s a discussion for another post.


  4. Found this site through a link to a review of a callsheet app for the iPhone. Instantly bookmarked… what a perfect website for me!

    Then I was reading through the articles and noticed this one on the DV Expo, and thought, "Hey, I was there!". Then I saw who wrote the article and thought, "Hey! I know Taz Goldstein!". Weird, small world. Hi, Taz!

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