|[4:20 PM] Public iMovie Demonstration To Be Held Saturday
The good people at The Bottom Line are hosting a public demo of iMovie, the consumer digital video editing software included with the iMac DV. The company is working with Apple and the Austin Film Festival to produce the event, and it is free to the public. According to The BottomLine:
An event for Austin's technologically driven film buffs....
Austin Film Festival is co-hosting a party with Apple this Saturday, 3-6 pm at BottomLine (715 west 23rd street, ste. N, 485-4MAC) to introduce iMovie, a new user-friendly film editing system for the consumer market which can be used on your home Macintosh. Admission is free and open to the public, and free validated parking is available in the parking garage on W. 23rd and Pearl. We'll also be giving away a new iMac DV and a Canon Ultura DV camcorder. Interested parties should RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mac Observer will be there and we hope to see you there too!
The Mac Observer Spin: Kudos to The BottomLine! This is a great event for consumers, Apple, and the retailer alike. The BottomLine has a great retail presence in the heart of the West Campus at The University of Texas. It's good to see them going that extra mile to offer information and experience to Mac customers.
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