<-- has been on Panels as well
AMV Panels are usually Q &A sessions, many topics are discussed.
Depending if the panel has a topic already, questions from the audience are often what is gone by. After all the people are there to learn/meet people.
I try to talk about basic things first, as in programs, footage, soruce, music, do's and don't's.
I also liked to get into personal information such as, inspirations, how you started, things like that.
Problems that people encounter, good tips such as (no subtitles in videos) how to get rid of subtitles, basicly a lot of things that are covered in the guides.
I try to get in on the artistic side of AMV's when I speak ^^ it's a habbit. I think it's a good idea to have a little bit of both in a panel.
The creators often do showcase some of their works, along with inspirational works as well.
A lot of stuff happends it's a great idea to come out to them, learn stuff and meet some creators, it's a worth while effort ^^