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    Default You're invited! Submit your work for the 2006 Adobe Customer Reel.

    You're invited!
    Submit your work for the 2006 Adobe Customer Reel by June 30.

    Adobe invites you to submit your work for possible inclusion in the 2006 Adobe Digital Video and Audio Customer Reel! This is a chance to showcase the work you produce using Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Encore DVD, Adobe Audition, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and other Adobe products! We want to see your work and show it to others in the industry so they can see how creative our users are—and see the possibilities of Adobe's Digital Video and Audio products.

    Adobe plans to introduce the reel at SIGGRAPH in Boston this August. Over the next year Adobe will also present the reel at tradeshows, seminars and industry events worldwide. This reel also proudly plays in the lobby of Adobe's headquarters—reminding all that some of the coolest products at Adobe are the ones that make images move.

    If you are able to grant us the additional right to distribute your materials as part of the Reel for the purpose of promoting Adobe products and services, your work may reach an even wider audience! To be included in versions of the Reel that are played on the Adobe web site and shared with customers and partners, be sure to check the option on the last page of the Non-Exclusive License Agreement.

    We can accept Digibeta, Beta SP, miniDV (DV, HDV, or HD), and uncompressed movie files (QuickTime and AVI) on data DVDs. We cannot accept PAL, and would prefer to use authored DVDs only if no other option is available, as compression means the finished quality will be less than ideal. This year, we plan to produce the reel in 16:9 format as well as 4:3, so if you have both options available, please send them both to us.

    Please tell us which Adobe products you used and a little about the project(s) you’re submitting by filling out the contact sheet. If your work has audio, please make sure that you have the rights for Adobe to use the audio or indicate that we need to use copyright free music.

    To submit your work:

    1) Download the license agreement and contact info forms at

    2) Print and complete the Contact Info sheet

    3) Print and complete 2 copies of the Non-Exclusive License

    4) Send your reel, both copies of the Non-Exclusive License (one copy will be sent back to you), and the Contact Info sheet to:

    Attn: Adobe Customer Reel
    Meredith Yeary
    Adobe Systems, Inc.
    801 North 34th St.
    Seattle, WA 98103

    We can't guarantee that your work will be included but we make every effort to include as broad a range of work as possible. Submissions in past years have come from Istanbul, New York, Tokyo, LA, Paris, Poland and virtually everywhere in between, and have represented everything from experimental films and self-promotions to commercials, broadcast graphics, and film compositing projects. We’d love to see what you’ve been working on, so please send your reel to us!

    If you have any questions, please email us at

    Remember, the submission deadline is June 30. Thanks again for your support!

    The Adobe Digital Video and Audio Product Teams

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    Mar 2005
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    Since AnitaE has posted this three times in different sections, I'll post my reply likewise:

    I've looked through the forms but can't see any mention of payment.

    I don't think that Adobe would expect to show material all over the world at "trade shows" and "exhibitions" as well as on a dvd which they might use for marketting purposes, without paying those who supplied the material. I mean, that would just be so tacky, I can't imagine Adobe doing that.

    So, if someone could tell me where the bit about payment is, I'd be much obliged.

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    Bournemouth, UK


    I think you must be right there guru, Adobe wouldn,t expect people to give them possible marketing content for free.

    Would they?

    That would be like expecting them to supply the software free of charge, so it could be done.

    Wouldn't it?

    preferably the version that isn't forever cras...................

    Still looking for the 3rd
    Canon, Edius, Final Cut Studio, Always Progressive, Promotional Video Production

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