There are several mailing lists of related to digital video. Below is a description of each list, with instruction concerning how to subscribe.
A discussion among users of Radius EditDV. Now available in a daily digest version.
Allows you to receive notifications about the latest breakthroughs in Radius DV technology.
Devoted solely to the discussion of digital video, for video production and multimedia. Lots of good info, and people; popular with amateurs.
This list is comprised of many seasoned television and video professionals, so topics range from Digital Betacam to Betacam SP to 1" and various digital formats, along with non-linear editing, analog A/B roll editing, lighting discussions, broadcast and industrial production ranging from making TV commercials, documentaries, corporate presentations and special interest videos plus much more. The Web site, http://www.vidpro.org, is pretty elaborate and contains useful articles and other content.
DV-L is an open discussion list devoted to DV (also known as DVC, DVCAM, DVCPRO etc.) and Firewire (also known as IEEE1394). Topics discussed in this list include tips, techniques, reviews, general information, announcements of events and sometimes heated debate.
This list is dedicated to discussing Adobe Premiere. It is being co-sponsored by Michael Feerer, author of the book "Premiere with a Passion," and Ron Lindeboom of the Media 100 Worldwide Users Group (The WWUG) at http://www.wwug.com. The list is open to anyone who uses Adobe Premiere, regardless of their computer platform or their video system used.
This is a high-traffic list devoted to Director and its scripting language, Lingo. QuickTime et. al. are covered extensively.
The purpose of this list is to share knowledge among members of Portland's Full Moon Society video user group, make announcements regarding upcoming events, and get questions answered on Digital Video related topics. Many experts and novices alike are subscribers.
This list is devoted to the discussion of Macrosystem GmbH NLE products, including VLab Motion, MovieShop, Draco, Casablanca, etc.
This list is devoted to the discussion of the technology unique to the AV Macs. This also covers Quadra AV DSP, geoport, all kinds of stuff. There is an awesome AV Mac FAQ that will be useful to anyone with one of these macs, no matter how they use the technology.
This is a great list if you're a QuickTime developer (not so much a content developer as an application developer). You can really get into the guts of QuickTime and QuickTime programming. This list is monitored by folks from the QuickTime team, and moderated by a helpful developer technical support guy. If you want to see what is is to be a part of the QuickTime development community, this is the place.
This is a Data Translations Media100 User's Group, but much of the information on it concerns techniques for editing, effects and even camera work that are applicable no matter what digital video solution is being used.
This is a Macintosh Multimedia discussion list.
This is a discussion about Film and Video Web sites.
For completeness' sake, here is an Avid user's mailing list.
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