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T34 Flyer

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  1. I am using a Panasonic 2400 lumin VGA projector. I would find a projector with a on/off timer built in. The screen material is at this link http://www.dazian.com/cgi-bin/page.pl?action=show_style&style_id=346&group_id=165&cat_id=50 I was in St Louis last year and thought University city has some great display yards.
  2. NWSanta wrote: Evan, Thank you, The light sticks are a fun addition this year. The concept was to be more like a fleur de lis but in construction it worked out better this way.
  3. Orville wrote: That is the song chosen by my youngest Amy. It is "Home on Christmas Day" by Kristin Chenoweth. Amy's current favorite. Thanks again. Brad
  4. Thank you everyone. We enjoy our now "year long Christmas".
  5. It took a long time, but here it is. http://vimeo.com/9083026
  6. Brian, I brought this up on my computer at NAS Lemoore today to show your show at our moorning briefing. We all injoyed it. It is much better then "safe and sane" fireworks you can get in California. Thanks Brad
  7. I use cat5 extenders for USB and VGA at work. They work well everyone borrows mine. I use the cat5 VGA extender for the video on my display (show computer to projector). I like it.
  8. The poster has been in the family sense the 40’s. My aunt had a general store. I would think that after all this time it would be in public domain. Also, I would argue not using all the poster and not using there logo the parity clause would apply considering that Coke has changed the American mind of what Santa looks like in the 20 century. Thank you, it does seam to look nice.
  9. Per someones request here is my radio station sign. It was created in Photoshop using a coca cola Santa, printed on Kodak Duraflex and backlit. Attached files
  10. Thank you. Your display is one of my favorites.
  11. I just had visit in my front yard from a member of the Christmas parade comity. They judge house decorations here. He said they didn't award my display because it would raise the bar to high for everyone else. I thanked him for the complement. Go figure
  12. Good job. I need to work on my web site.
  13. Randy, Thanks I did'nt notice that. I fixed it. Thanks again. Brad
  14. Just added my 2 of 2 seq. for 2008. http://www.vimeo.com/2694555 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHSoF9RwUtA
  15. Yes the lamps for my projector are about $350.00 each. I have found a way to rotate the lamp and keep the cathode centered. I edit my video to the music, then sync the lights.
  16. Thank you, it's been fun. I have a 3200 lumen projector inside the house projected though a window. I looked at you show it's very nice. Brad
  17. Thanks. It's been a lot of fun. I just up loaded another video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHSoF9RwUtA
  18. If you are going to invest in a transmitter to use for years, I would look into the Ramsey FM100B.
  19. I have tried 3 transmitters for industrial applications. I find the Ramsey FM100B to be the rock solid no drift leader.
  20. Personal use in basically "non public performance". Playing a CD before and after church is considered public performance and Churches collectively pay a royalty through CCLI. My opinion is that my non profit personal display is personal use and synchronization rights are referring to video. My display is no different then playing a CD in my home for guests. Also, an artist can ask for a royalty for any performance publicly whether anything is charged or not.
  21. I'm glad I didn't need to "rite" in the session. Sorry, I'm the worst speller. My first job out of collage was manufacturing work instruction. Go figure.
  22. In the past couple of years I sat in on a copy wright lecture at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) conference. The speaker at the session stated that when you purchase music it is for personal use. Looking at the way we use music with LOR software we may need to pay a synchronization and performance royalty. There are royalty free versions of most Christmas music. I however will use music I have purchased as personal use with my display with a clear conscience.
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