1/24/06

PJJ TV show- John Stowell plays solo guitar

Here is episode number four of the Portland Jazz Jams Television series I am directing. Watch the entire half hour show streaming online. John is a truly masterful guitarist who has a very unique and personal style.

PJJ-TV episode #4 w/John Stowell


a production of Portland Jazz Jams – produced by Darren Littlejohn. For questions or technical concerns, please contact: info@portlandjazzjams.com

The video is viewable in the following ways:
1) by connecting to the PJJ-TV Video Blog: portlandjazzjams.blip.tv and viewing directly in your browser
2) by going to the PJJ Podshow page and right clicking the show file for direct download to your computer.
3) by subscribing in iTunes, via Windows or Mac, by searching Podcasts for Portland Jazz Jams.

5 comments:

Az Samad said...

Excellent video David! Thank you for directing a great episode. Look forward to upcoming episodes. John Stowell is really inspiring. =)

Brian Berge said...

Doesn't work on the last version of QuickTime that I have (v6.5.2 'cause later versions high-jack the browser). :( I'm trying to download some different programs that might play it or convert it to something else....

I saw Pirates of Silicon Valley recently. You ever see that?

Brian Berge said...

I'm gonna annoy you w/ updates on my progress till I either succeed or give up: Advanced X Video Converter 3.9.21 wouldn't convert that file (though it is supposed to do ".mov"s). :(

Brian Berge said...

ACDSee v7.0 is supposed to convert QuickTime files to other formats. I located, download & install a copy. An error occurs when it tries to play a QuickTime file. (Apparently it's trying to do it w/ the installed version of QuickTime I have, v6.5.2 I think, which isn't recent enough to play your video.) It's supposed to be able to convert it to another file format, but it looks like its only conversion options are to image formats & not video formats. :(

Darren said...

You don't have to convert the file, just view it on the PJJ Video Blog, directly in your browser:

http://portlandjazzjams.blip.tv

Alternately, you can download it directly from the Podshow site: http://portlandjazzjams.libsyn.com

which you can also subscribe to in iTunes for automatic download. You can also view the file in iTunes directly. All files produced by Portland Jazz Jams are going to be available in these formats. That said, they will all be in the mp4 codec, which is not limited to viewing in Quicktime, but is the most universal format, with the highest quality available.

Contact me if you have difficulties, no use clogging up David's blog with technical issues.

-d