1. Yakety Sax


    from Paul Kinnane / Added

    41 Plays / / 0 Comments

    After doing this tricky mantle twice, I was unable to repeat if for the camera, so this is the best attempt :-\ Posted to supply the beta for that anyone silly enough to want to repeat it. Oh, V5, and very entertaining!

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    • Port Augusta Video Project


      from ABC Open Outback SA / Added

      9,378 Plays / / 3 Comments

      A community video project between ABC Open and the Port Augusta Cultural Centre. Port Augusta City Council ICAN Arts SA https://open.abc.net.au/openregions/sa-outback-21zO0tP/posts/-port-au-gutter-or-port-augusta-92ba8uw

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        from inertiaMS / Added

        9,377 Plays / / 8 Comments

        Filmed by almost everyone there, Edited by Stewy Bryant. Drivers are Paul Austin, Simon Michelmore, Aaran Schuman, Brad Lucas, Brad Blackwell, Stewy Bryant and Craig Inglis. Music is Wolfmother - Apple Tree and 3 inches of Blood - Battles and Brotherhood

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        • Progression to No-till


          from Ag Excellence / Added

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          CSIRO's Rick Llewellyn discusses the adoption of no-till farming practices across SA.

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          • Artists' Inspiration - The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize™


            from South Australian Museum / Added

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            The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize is a prestigious art award that celebrates our intricate and complex global biodiversity and encourages excellence in natural history art within Australia and around the world. The prize was established by the South Australian Museum in 2002 to honour its first curator, the eminent zoologist Frederick George Waterhouse. Now in its eleventh year, the Waterhouse is Australia’s richest prize for natural history art. It has proudly contributed over one million dollars to the arts community since its inception. The enduring popularity of the prize is testament to the unique opportunity it gives artists to interpret the beauty and fragility of our natural world. This video explores the significance of the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize, and takes a close look at the work of Tom Moore and Janine Mackintosh, two South Australian artists, and the inspirations they draw from the natural world. For details about the resulting exhibition formed from this prize, visit the South Australian Museum website. (http://www.samuseum.sa.gov.au/) *Professor Suzanne Miller was Director of the Museum from 2007 to June 2013. Video produced by Sam Collins Media (www.samcollinsmedia.com)

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            • Running Gag


              from Paul Kinnane / Added

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              This is Pat on Running Gag (V5 today, might be solid V4 in the dry) at Benny Hill Boulder in the Valley of Fools. Definitely some of the worst filming I have every done, with my finger in front of the lens!

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              • strangest piñata


                from cuchulain coker / Added

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                song: strangest piñata band: 5! Now You're Talking elephant: Tinga made by Awesam TV Awesam TV has made.

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                • Youth Alive Rally - 2012


                  from Youth Alive SA / Added

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                  • Project Horus: Horus 25 - Telemetry Controller Test Flight


                    from Grant Willis (VK5GR) / Added

                    1,505 Plays / / 12 Comments

                    Project Horus is a high altitude balloon project based in Adelaide, South Australia. The project recently flew Horus 25 from our Mt Barker launch site. This is the story of the day's activities. The aim of this flight was to test a new telemetry controller. After several recent balloon flights landing off shore resulting in the loss of the payloads, the group has finally completed development of a system to regain control of when a flight commences its decent phase (rather than waiting for the balloon to burst). Horus 25 was a full high altitude systems test of the new telemetry controller. The results were perfect, with the decent beginning exactly when the group wanted it to. This system was also an important development for future flights where more expensive payloads are planned to be flown. Visit http://www.projecthorus.org for more information. ----- Music: General Fuzz - "Eye Heart Knot" from the Album "Soulful Filling" available from http://www.jamendo.com/ Licensed under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ Camera: Panasonic GH-2 + 14-140mm F4.0-F5.8 lens Timelapse Camera: iPhone 4s + Miniatures Application Tripod: Sachtler ACE-M Editing Package: Adobe Premiere CS6 + After Effects CS6

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                    • Sounds of Life


                      from Already Home / Added

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                      After moving in Boston to study music composition, Paul has returned home to Adelaide with a keen desire to continue the urban living experience he found in America. As a composer, you might think he would want complete peace and quiet. But living on Rundle Street, Paul loves the sounds of the city; they provide and exciting atmosphere in which he can work. Listen to his views on how the sounds of the city interact with his daily life. Check out more stories from city locals on Already Home... http://alreadyhome.com.au/articles/

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