Digital Video Revolution...

Every now and again, Apple posts Mac related stories on their site... The most recent is an article about a 24 minute Documentary entited "No Dumb Questions".

This short film has won many awards as well as an honorable mention for Short Filmmaking at Sundance Film Festival

Of course, made on a Mac... but what's notable is that level of hardware/software that was used. Melissa Regan created the documentary with a PowerMac, single-chip CCD Sony, and iMovie. We're talking low-end here... I think it really emphasizes the ability of the hub-strategy and i-software. The best comments I've heard about apps such as iMovie and iDVD are that it's not that it allows video/film people to edit video easier (though it may do that) -- instead the point is it brings video editing to people that it would not have otherwise been an option -- the moms, dads and hobbyists.

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