Demo of Vidblaster Pro. With VidBlaster you can create your own professional videos from a webcam (or any video source) and video clips. You can record your video or stream it live using an online streaming service.For more information go to: www.vidblaster.com
This is a screen video I captured from Zooomr Mark III Re-Launch on May 29, 2007. Zooomr was streaming the launch live over Ustream.tv. The Ustream feed stopped right before the launch but this video shows what was happening before and after the launch/crash.Tomwww.fogview.com*** Note: The flash version of this file is now working thanks to the Blip.tv team.
Kristopher Tate, the CTO of Zooomr, shows the Zooomr chat room over Ustream, the proper way to peel and eat a banana. This was captured live from the Ustream feed.This was recorded after the failed launch of Zooomr Mark III. The Internet community (Zoho and Sun Microsystems) are stepping up to help Zooomr and Kris is feeling more relaxed as can be seen in this video clip. Zooomr should be back up soon.-Tom (Fogview Podcast) www.fogview.com
A mash-up of three Ustream.tv web cam feeds recorded live from the Web2.0 conference in San Francisco on April 18, 2007. The audio and video quality suffers because all three feeds were streaming using wireless technology (Sprint EVDO and Cingular Edge). The panelists are: Robert Scoble, Chris Pirillo, Thomas Hawk, and Jeremiah Owyang. You can find a write-up about this on my blog at Fogview.com
This is a short demo of VidBlaster for Windows -- a video podcasting program. VidBlaster makes it easy to create a video podcast using a webcam and your video clips. Check out VidBlaster beta 0.6. This demo was recorded using Camtasia.
This is a video I recorded at the Gear Tech Media conference on March 30, 2007, in San Francisco at the Zeum theatre. This 12 minute video is Leo Laporte's warm-up before the actual recording.At the end of the conference Leo recorded a live TWIT (This Week In Tech) episode. Full TWIT video here and audio TWIT is here.Fogview PodcastTom
This is a home video of the Northern California Boat Show. This is my first video project. It was created with Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 and the video was shot with a low-end Sanyo Xacti C40 digital video camera. Note: The video says 2006 Boatshow but it's really 2007.