Monday, December 12, 2005

Icenrye's Geocaching Videozine - Episode 7.

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Episode 7 features a variation of Geocaching called Podcaching. I also look at Geocacher U and catch up on some reader’s mail as well as a ton of news regarding the Videozine. Of course there’s also some caching.
New format this month includes a H.264 encoded version for the iPod. Also available are other formats for both Macs and Windows including H264, DivX, mp4, mpeg, and wmv. The videos are hosted on the website and are available here.
Music by furiousBall and the Gestalt from the Podsafe Music Network.

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Icenrye's Geocaching Videozine Episode 6 Hits The Rails.

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Episode 6 features the “SkyTraining Series” in the metropolitan Vancouver area. The series consist of a series of microcaches containing clues to the location of the final cache.
This episode was taped in one day and features most of the stops along the way.
It’s 14 minutes long and is available in high resolution DivX and H.264 format as well as lower resolution Quicktime and Windows Media formats.
The files are available here.
Featured music is Amun Ra from the Podsafe Music Network.

Saturday, October 22, 2005

The Incredible Canine Experience - Episode 1.

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Icenrye Productions is pleased to introduce its latest IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) show.
The Incredible Canine Experience (ICE) is a show dedicated to canine sports such as Agility, Rally Obedience, Obedience and other activities.

Episode 1 features a CARO sanctioned Rally Obedience trial at the Pawsitive Steps Canine Training Centre in Prince George BC. Three classes are offered. Novice, Advance and Excelent.

The show is 40 minutes and may be viewed either as streaming or downloadable video. Windows Media (wmv and DivX) and Apple Quicktime (mov and H.264) formats are available.

The featured music is “Elements of the Paw” by Sub-level 03 and is from the Podsafe Music Network.

The program is available on the Internet Archive website. You may view it by clicking here.

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Icenryes Geocaching Videozine Episode 5.

Icenrye looks at urban camouflage, subscribing with iTunes, travel bugs and has some “First to Finds”.

This is the iTunes version of the video. Other formats (DivX, H.264, mp4 and wmv) can be found at

Music by furiousBall from the Podsafe Music Network.

Sunday, August 28, 2005

Icenrye's Geocaching Videozine - Google Earth Edition

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Playing with some new programs, (Google Earth and CamStudio) I created this highlight package of episode 4 of “Icenrye’s Geocaching Videozine”. The video is a tour of the caches in the episode and features music by Uncle Seth from the Podsafe Music Network.

This video was inspired by Anders’ “Wonderful World” and Lean Back Vids “The Mirror World” from the video blogging community.

I hope you enjoy!

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Prince George Exhibition - An Evening at the Fair

My first video with my Canon G3. I gave my Panasonic DV the night off. I'm also trying out music from
This video features all the fun features of a small town fair. There's rides, food, animals, crafts, wrestling and freestyle motocross.
I hope you enjoy.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Geocaching In Sweden

An experimental video using CamStudio and a GPS simulator. This is also my first foray into using CC licensed music. This segment will appear in my next Geocaching Videozine, but meantime, enjoy the preview! The Geocaching listing is here.

Saturday, July 30, 2005

Rye The Butler.

The most popular segment from "The Wizards of Paws" is this piece of my Samoyed Rye cleaning my kitchen while I was out of the house.
The music is from "Who Wants to be A Millionaire". The voiceover is a really bad impersonation of the "Crocodile Guy".

Friday, July 29, 2005

Split Screen Demo

There's been a discussion on the Videoblogging list about creating a group video. Someone was asking about spilt screen editing with Premiere. There's a great tutorial site Called "Wrigley Video Productions" that has free tutorials on Premiere 6, 6.5 and Pro. It's a great site.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Geocaching Videozine Episode 4!

The Fraser Valley is the topic of my latest Geocaching video. I visited numerous caches in the Langley and Abbotsford area and had a blast. This episode has 12 caches featured, including 4 DNF's! I changed the format slightly and added some music and graphics. I hope you enjoy the latest episode.
It's available here in Windows Media format , or click here to go to the Internet Archive site for other formats.

Sunday, July 17, 2005

Keira - Disk Dog

Music - "Totally Alone" - Boole

At the recent Pawsitive Steps agility camp, I taped my Friend Vicki and her Aussie Keira performing their disk dog routine. It's quite the sight to see. please watch and enjoy!

Friday, July 01, 2005

Canada Day 2005 Eh!

Canada Day 2005
Music: Canada Day Up Canada Way - Stompin' Tom Connors.

Today marks Canada's 138th birthday. In honour of this, I made this video showing some of what I enjoy most about this country. The soundtrack is supplied by one of Canada's greatest folk singers, Stompin' Tom Connors. Please watch and enjoy.

Rye Guy's Birthday!

Rye Guy's Birthday
Music By Grandmaster Flash

Today, June 30 2005, marks Rye's (Ch. Whiteshadows's Rye CD) twelfth birthday. To celebrate, I bought a cake for the boys. My parents had Rye and Able over for the day and I dropped by after work to see the boys and hand out the cake.

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Is This Thing On?

Is This Thing On?
While waiting for my espresso machine to warm up, I tried a quick blog. Scary if you think about it. Watch and enjoy.

Saturday, June 25, 2005

See Mason Fly!

At the Pawsitive Steps trial I was taping a friends run. The dogs name is Mason and he's an Australian Shepherd. Mason was having a good run until he hit the a-frame. He must have mis-judged where he was and the result was quite spectacular. Watch and enjoy.
As usual, the picture will take you to a Quicktime file. Others may be found here.

Geocaching Videozine Episode 3.

Well, since I'm catching up, here's episode 3. I spent a week in the Okanagan area of British Columbia Canada touring wineries and geocaching. It was tons of fun!

There's a complete description of the episode available back at the mothership, however the picture will stream a Quicktime file and other formats are available here.

Watch and enjoy.

Geocaching Videozine Episode 2.

So, in episode 2, I feature the "Prince George Pentcachelon" a sreies of five caches the contain clues to a sixth cache called "The Finish Line".

I also feature which has a geocaching podcast.

Also the ageless question of paper vs paperless caching is featured.

The picture will stream a Quicktime file, and other formats are available here.

For more information, visit

Geocaching Videozine Episode 1

So this is my first attempt at making an internet television show. Geocaching is more than a hobby to me. It has become a passion. If you've never herd of Geocaching, drop by and have a look.

In episode 1, I show how to construct a cache, hide a cache and how to log the entry for approval. More information may be found at the mothership

Clicking on the picture will stream a Real Player format file. There are also other versions available here or a DivX version here.


Oh My God! Not Another Blogger!

So here's my first post. Exciting eh! Not.
So I'll be using (abusing?) this site for video clips that have nothing to do with anything in particuar. Or something like that.
My home site is located here and contains most of my regular content and links to my new Geocaching Videozine series.
So, without wasting any more time........