The first episode of DMEpod will be released in just a few weeks and we want to feature you, your story, your case, your agency, your event, or your products! As a matter of fact, we'd love to have you host an episode! DMEpod will be a monthly (maybe, sort of, kind of, best effort...) video podcast covering the people, products, processes, training, news and events relating to the forensic multimedia community. (*Whew*)

DMEpod will be available for free via the iTunes podcast library; those that don't use iTunes will be able to subscribe via RSS right through our site. Furthermore, each episode will be posted to Google Video, YouTube, blip.TV and of course the Media-Geek.com video library.

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Posted on behalf of the City of Eugene, Oregon.

Application period: August 1 at midnight - Oct. 10, 2008

FORENSIC ANALYST
City of Eugene
$25.41-$32.40 / Hour (*salary currently under negotiation)

Performs a variety of complex and specialized technical tasks collecting, preserving, and identifying criminal evidence at the crime scene and/or analyzing evidence in the laboratory; analyzes evidence in conjunction with investigation activities and provides expert testimony in court on methods and results of analysis. One year of general work experience required. Work experience in an analytical or forensic laboratory is preferred. Requires a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Biochemistry or Forensic Science.

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Brooks Photographic Imaging, LLC has two current openings for Visual Imaging Specialists.

We are looking for two dynamic and creative individuals to work for Forensic Training company. We need talented professionals with experience using Adobe Premiere, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Acrobat, and Dreamweaver at a minimum. Candidates must also possess strong video editing, producing, camera, lighting and sound operations skills to help create training videos and for live broadcasts.

For more information on these opportunities or to apply click here. Add a comment

Hey folks, good news...I finally got around to posting a new "Getting Started" tutorial for Media-Geek.com members! Far from my best work, but it should be helpful for new members or those still learning their way around our new layout.

You'll need to be logged in to the site to access the tutorials. Once you are, simply click the "Help" link from the main menu, then "Tutorials" from the sub-menu directly beneath the main menu. Too many clicks for 'ya? Fine, click here.

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If you're looking for filters for VirtualDub or just want to know what filters are available be sure to visit the detailed listing at www.thedeemon.com. Someone inquired about a particular filter earlier, and I've been meaning to post about their listing for several weeks, but just haven't had time.

Part of the reason I've put off posting the link was prior to doing so I wanted to test and report on their Video Enhancer Super Resolution program. I've just been too swamped lately to get to it, so I figured it was time to get off the pot. I hope to find time to do the testing with Video Enhancer and report back in the not-so-distant future, and when I do we'll all look back at this and laugh...or at least I will. Sorry for the delay. ;-)

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