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I’m responsible for all SAP TechEd events and we’ve been traveling the world this fall hosting these GREAT (fun, entertaining, educational, networking) gatherings of developers, experts, consultants, and others. I always carry my Casio Exlim camera in my pocket to take photos and videos and “capture the moment” at each TechEd — the Keynote, the SDN Clubhouse, the Demo Jam, Solution Pods, Partners, etc. I have photos and videos from Las Vegas, Tokyo, Amsterdam, and now Bangalore. I’ve been showing these to Craig lately (Cmehil of course) and he said “Hey, you’ve GOT to put some of those up on SDN in a Video Blog!” So… here it is! I’ve put together a 12 minute video that I think captures the “incredible moment” we all had in Bangalore last week. Please enjoy! And let me know what you think. Also, check out the SAP TV (professionally produced) TechEd video highlights from Las Vegas and Amsterdam at:

What I used:

  • Casio Exlim EX-S600 with 1GB Mem card
  • Windows MovieMaker (comes with Windows — a lot of function for “free” software.)
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    1. Former Member
      Which link? The “here it is” loads a new window and shows the video.

      The URL “Download Audio” (need to change that text I guess now) should link to an MP4 file which you need either QuickTime or a video iPod.

          1. Marilyn Pratt
            At 94.49 Mbyte that’s quite a large file to download ๐Ÿ™‚
            I’m trying that at 30,000 feet and it is pretty slow going ๐Ÿ™

            I’ve tried the video cast link both with IE and with Firefox and haven’t had success, so I guess I will just have to see this when I touch down.

            Thanks Chip for making this available. 

              1. Marilyn Pratt
                Seems to be resolved now.
                This really does give a feel of the energy and action in Bangalore: Hands On, Demo Jam, Clubhouse, Pods, Attendees, Book distribution…even the special entertainment pieces like the dancers.
                Thanks, Chip.
  1. Former Member
    I’m sitting in the Bangalore airport connected via wireless, getting ready for a 26-hour journey to Frankfurt and then San Francisco.  Can’t wait to see it when I get re-connected to a thick pipe back home.  Congrats Chip for putting this together and offering it up to the community — a new standard to meet in blog quality…

    Mark Y.


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