Avid 60-second video contest

from Avid

Cool ideas. Hot technology. Thats what turns us on. What are you avid for? Maybe its snowboarding on fresh corduroy. Or

all-night poetry slams. Or your best friends band. Whatever it is, if you can convince us to love what you love in a

60-second video, you may win a trip to Las Vegas this April. Youll be our guest at NAB 2006 and the Post|Production World

Conference, where youll see the latest production gear, mingle with top media professionals at the Avid customer event, and

have free access to training, seminars, and more. Or you may win Avid Xpress Pro editing software. All valid entries get a

free t-shirtand maybe some "air time" on the Avid Web site and at future industry events around the world!

Here are the details:

  • Create a a video no longer than 60-seconds, about what youre avid for. It can be just about anything. (Contest

    open to residents of North America only, with a few exceptions. See the complete rules.)

  • Use whatever you want to create it: camera, crayons, computeryou choose your tools
  • All entries must be submitted with a project form. Download it here.
  • Turn it into a DVD, CD, or VHS tape and send it to:
  • Avid 60-Second Video Contest

    Avid Technology, Inc.

    One Park West

    Tewksbury, MA



  • Submit your video online. (video submission includes project form).
  • The deadline for submissions is 11:59 p.m. on March 15, 2006. Winners will be notified by e-mail March 31, 2006. The

    Grand Prize includes:

  • Round-trip airfare to Las Vegas, NV, departing April 21 and returning April 24, 2006
  • Three nights hotel
  • A food/beverage per diem allowance
  • Complementary passes to the NAB convention, the Postproduction World Conference, and the Avid customer event
  • A free copy of Avid Xpress Pro software
  • Five runner-ups will receive a free copy of Avid Xpress Pro editing software.

    The Videomaker Editors are dedicated to bringing you the information you need to produce and share better video.

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