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You can use your choice of video equipment and software as long as it produces a respectable result. Most cell phones, tablet devices and still cameras have sufficient video quality, however audio quality varies widely. Test your available options and choose the solution with best audio quality and minimal technical effort needed. For example, recording, editing and submitting your auditon using an iPad 2 (or newer) with iMovie can produce a reasonably good quality audition and be comfortably completed in less than an hour. Tip: Before recording your entire audition, you may want to record and upload a test video.
upload your video to YouTube, then send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject" line: your name, instrument, and the month and year of the audition. Forthe content of the email, include: - The same information that is required for the DVD (below). - The URL of your YouTube video
Check the due date for auditions -- this is not a postmark deadline. Your audition must have arrived by this deadline.
Your DVD must be in a generic format. It can either be rendered as a standard video DVD, playable in a generic DVD player, or can be a universally readable (mac or PC compatible, finalized) containing the video file as described in the first section above. It should not be in the form of a project for your video software.
Do not put anything else on the label.
Leave it in Mr. Longman's mailbox in the Issaquah High School office or mail it to:
Issaquah High School
700 2nd Ave SE
Issaquah, WA. 98027-4319
Remember to start early and check the due date for auditions -- this is not a postmark deadline. Your audition must have arrived by this deadline.