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In this episode, Cameron from Serious Geek Video visits the Boinx software booth at Macworld 2010 to learn more about the live video application, BoinxTV. Achim from Boinx Software gives a short demo.

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Kriss Foster created an stopmoton animation about two victorian dolls, Violet and Ambrose, who play out parts in a victorian tragedy. Made with iStopMotion.

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spilsbury1947 made a nice tutorial for iStopMotion: "Used by educators, professional and amateur film makers all over the world to create astonishing work, iStopMotion 2 is the tool of choice for Stop Motion Animation (aka. Claymation) and Time Lapse Recording."

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A peanut butter animation by potatoes63. "It is definitely the hardest thing I've ever tried to animate". Created with iStopMotion.

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Jackie Dove, Macworld.com, about the the stop motion animations of school kids showcased at Macworld 2010:

"You couldn’t miss it unless you really wanted to. As attendees descended the long escalator down to the Moscone Center’s North Hall for Macworld 2010, a series of colorful and melodious videos connected with their brain waves. The short animated movies—none more than about two minutes long—were produced by school kids using MacBooks, cameras, and assorted software, including iLife and Boinx Software packages.

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At Macworld 2010, Chad Mumm, TUAW, talked with Oliver Breidenbach, Boinx Software. The interview was recorded with BoinxTV!

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In this stop motion clip the chalk man encounters an unusual creature... Made wih iStopMotion and Final Cut Express by Zovex11.

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"Boinx Software, makers of Boinx TV, a Mac-based TV studio software solution for creating Live to Disk, Live to Internet and Live to Stage video, offered their services to broadcast the first live video stream of a SuperMeet to the public. The SuperMeet organizers were at first unsure if live streaming the SuperMeet was even a workable idea. "The team from Boinx Software had just flown in from Germany to offer us their expertise and within hours the Boinx crew had the live feed up and running," stated Berube. "Without any advanced public notice of the live video stream until about 2 hours before the SuperMeet, by the second half of the show, we had over 1,500 unique viewers, which really surprised us. In effect, streaming the San Francisco SuperMeet was but a dry run for us as we will most certainly offer a live Boinx TV video stream at our next SuperMeet."

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Jackie Dove, Macworld, visited the Boinx Software booth and looked at the new PhotoPresenter 4 to create shiny animated slide shows.

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"Oliver Breidenbach from Boinx Software came up next, to show off his company’s BoinxTV application for the Mac. His humorous presentation involved him filming Kawasaki live and adding fun headlines and various affects to the footage in real time."

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