This is/was amazing good fortune! Rather than being behind the lens for the filming I had a starring role! Lenssniper was cast as a cider drinking hobo, sat on Turbo Island on a Saturday Afternoon. It’s amazing how many people you know pass by when you sit still.
The recent video shoot Lenssniper attended was an absolute stack of fun. Filmed on the streets of my old haunt Stokes Croft in Bristol. I was initially only going to cover the shoot with production stills and then found myself cast in the video as a cider drinking hobo on Turbo Island alongside Lisa Marie Rosario for company and lest we forget Kutchy … Hmm …
We have just delivered the new promo video to Juraj at 35Mil Photography Studio. We were supplied with all the raw footage and a brief to turn in a dynamic and contemporary edit. A resounding success on all counts, the video is available to watch on YouTube.
We’re off to beautiful Bristol tomorrow armed to the teeth with gear to help shoot the new WaysandMeans music video for thier forthcoming release “Fugazi”. Great piece of music featuring Alonestar on vocal duties. You can hear the promo mix on Soundcloud.
We’re very glad to announce the release of version 0.6.9 of SampleSort. With lots of input from beta testers this version is ready for general release. It’s not bringing anything new to the table as it’s primarily a maintenance release. As ever, please report any issues using the support page.
The new version of SampleSort is about to be distributed to the beta testing team. All looking good for a very stable release. Recently reported issues are fixed and we’ll be waiting for the confirmation from our testers. Will be able to make the release in the next few days.
There are some users currently experiencing problems running SampleSort. The problem has been identified and we are currently working on a solution for an update to the application to take care of the issue. If you are experiencing any problem this solution may prove useful, not just for SampleSort but for other issues you may be having.
It turns out that some installation of Microsoft Office install a “Phantom Drive” that seems to appear as “Q:” on users machines. This is related to a tool called “Microsoft Office Click-to-Run 2010”. You can read more about this particular issue here.
We will be releasing a new version of the application within the next few days.