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Measuring just 126cm by 130cm, the "world’s smallest cinema" was unveiled today in London to mark the Virgin Media Shorts Awards.
There's been big changes in video since Adobe announced the release, two years ago, of Creative Suite 3 (CS3). Even in the months since Adobe released its moving-image editing suite Production Premium CS4, things have moved along apace in videoland. High resolution video has become ubiquitous across the web, from Old Media newspaper web sites to bedroom vloggers.
HDTV has bought the television industry some more time, but the growth of Internet video means its business model looks shaky.
The big movie studios are not making it easy for us to download online guilt-free.
Google says you can upload your video to its web site for free, so is there a cost and where is it?
As DVD projection costs come down, filmmakers are finding it more easy to connect directly with their core audience.
Downloading video online was big in 2005. In 2006 it will get huge, as more television and film becomes available to download and the major web players compete to host your clips.
Digital Rights Management for the masses is a great initiative, but buyer be aware that you can sometimes get those clips legitimately for free.
HD machines and the first hi-def movie releases are announced, but who wants to be part of a VHS vs. Betamax rerun?
Passions have been running high over plans to convert the historic auditorium of Edinburgh Cameo Cinema One.