CArnesen wrote:(unlike Anime Expo, I think that A.D. is still waiting for his awards)...
Umm... maybe it was Klinky... Grrrr... I can't remember...
Mechaman wrote:I'm morbidly curious if Paul Dostal submitted an OAV yet.
* blesses his copy of Vegas Video to get him through the next two weeks.
Can you believe he actually won an award a few years ago? His vids are always fun in a B-movie sort of way.
Mechaman wrote:Vegas 3 is my new Personal Jesus(TM). Insanely fast workflow once you get used to it.....
Atarashii Hito wrote:Hey,
I am having great difficulty with trying to author a DVD, SVCD that actually works, the ones I have created either skip, get stuck, or just won't play.
I really want to enter this contest, I did last year, and I will actually be at Sakura-con this year for the contest. Is there any other possible way I can get my video to the contest? I don't have any means to export to VHS or SVHS for that matter. Please help me! >_<
TaranT wrote:I haven't tried these how-to's, but people say this site is a good resource:
Very little time left. You might want to email Chris for advice.
You're not alone, though: it's after midnight and I'm still working out some bugs.
I recommend everyone to the VCDHelp.com website. I use their tutorials to create awesome looking SVCDs. Personally, I use TMPGEnc (to make the MPEG 2 stream) and VCDEasy (to burn a compliant disk).
If this won't work for you, email me and we can chat.
RichLather wrote:Videotape went into the mail today, giving it a postmark that beats the deadline. Now we'll see how good Priority Mail is.
Sakura-Con Rules wrote:13. Entries must be received by Friday, February 7, 2003. Please note that this is not a postmark deadline - the videos must be in our hands by Friday, February 7, 2003. Sakura-Con is not responsible for entries delayed or lost in the mail.
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