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USER GUIDE & CODE BOOK
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Table of Contents
ABOUT YOUR BIG EASY The Keypad INSTALLING THE BATTERIES SETTING UP THE BIG EASY Setting Up Your Device Using the AUX Key ADVANCED FEATURES Reassigning the Device Keys Using the Scan key Teletext and Fastext Controlling Colour and Brightness Sleeptimer Punch-Through Preventing Accidental Code Changes TROUBLE-SHOOTING Searching for Your Code Code Blink Out Helpful Hints Consumer Help-Line Quick Code Reference SET-UP CODES TVs Videos Satellite Receivers Cable Boxes 2 4
Note: If youre having problems operating all the functions of your device, dont worry, your ONE FOR ALL may just need customising for your model type. Just call our consumer help-line and well get you on the right track.
LED Device Keys Magic Key Power Scan key Volume Number Key Mute
-/-- Key Teletext Keys Play Rewind
Programme Fast Forward Pause Fastext Keys Record
About Your BIG EASY
Your ONE FOR ALL Big Easy Package contains: Your BIG EASY Remote Your BIG EASY Manual Your manual is divided into two parts: set-up instructions and device codes. You will need your manual to set up your new BIG EASY so please be sure to keep it. Your BIG EASY needs four new AAA/LR03 alkaline batteries. Your BIG EASY can operate four devices: a Television, a Video Recorder, a Satellite Receiver and a second Television, Video or Satellite Receiver. Your BIG EASY can also operate Cable Converters.
Key LED Function LED The LED (Light Emitting Diode) flashes red to show the remote is working. Power The Power key controls the same function as on your original remote.
Device Keys The TV, VCR, SAT and AUX keys select the home entertainment device to be controlled. For example pressing the TV key allows the remote to control the functions of your Television, after pressing VCR you can operate your Video Cassette Recorder and the SAT key operates your Satellite Receiver or Cable Converter. The AUX key operates a second Television, Video Recorder or Satellite Receiver. MAGIC Key The MAGIC key is used to set up your BIG EASY and to access special functions. Scan The Scan key allows you to easily browse through the programmes on your Television, Video Recorder, Satellite Receiver and Cable Converter. See page 8 for more information. Volume, Programme The Volume and Programme keys control the two most frequently used functions of your Television and Satellite Receiver. They operate just as those on your original remote.
About your BIG EASY
Key Function Mute The Mute key operates the same function it did on your original remote. Number Keys The Number keys (0-9, 10, 20) provide functions just like your original remote, such as direct access programme selection. If your original remote uses one/two digit input switching (-/-- symbol), this function can be obtained by pressing the -/-- key, which is the same as the 10 key. Video Recorder Keys After pressing the VCR key, the Video Recorder keys operate the functions of your Video Recorder. To prevent accidental recording, the Record key must be pressed twice to start recording.
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Teletext/Fastext Keys After pressing the TV key, the top row of the Video Recorder keys are used to operate the main teletext functions. The symbols above the keys are for teletext. The Text keys are used to access the teletext functions of your Television. Of course, your Television must be teletext capable. For an explanation of the teletext symbols, please refer to page 9 of this manual. After pressing the TV key, the bottom row of the Video Recorder keys marked red, green, (green) yellow and blue, allow you to access the fastext functions of your television. Again, your television must be fastext capable to operate (yellow) these functions. For a more detailed explanation of teletext and fastext, please refer to the manual of your television set. (blue) (red)
Installing the Batteries
Your BIG EASY needs four new AAA/LR03 alkaline batteries.
Remove the battery cover from the back of your BIG EASY.
Match the batteries to the + and marks inside the battery case, then insert the batteries.
Press the battery cover back into place.
Note: In order to avoid having to reprogramme your ONE FOR ALL after you remove the batteries, you will need to insert new batteries within 15 minutes. Also it is best that you do not use rechargable batteries.
Setting Up The BIG EASY Setting Up Your Device
To set up the Big Easy for your television:
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Find your Television code in the Set-Up Code section (starting on page 19). Codes are listed by brand name. The most popular code is listed first. Make sure your Television is switched on. Press and release your BIG EASYs TV key, then press and hold the MAGIC key until the red light blinks twice (the light will blink once then twice). Enter your three-digit TV code using the number keys. The red light will blink twice. Now, aim your BIG EASY at your Television and press POWER. If your Television switches off, your BIG EASY is ready to run your Television.
Write your code in the three boxes on page 18, for quick, easy reference. To control your Television, press TV first.
Important notes: - To set up your Video Recorder or Satellite, follow the same instructions above, only press the VCR or SAT key during step 2. - To set up your Cable Box, follow the instructions above only press the SAT key during step 2. - If your Videos original remote control does not have a power key, press PLAY instead of POWER when searching for your code. - If your Device does not respond, follow steps 1 - 4 with each code listed for your brand. If none of the codes listed for your brand operate your Device, then try the search method described on page 14, even if your brand is not listed at all.
Setting Up the BIG EASY Using the AUX Key
The AUX key on your BIG EASY can be used to control a second Television, Video Recorder or Satellite Receiver. To set up the AUX key to control a second TV:
Press and hold the MAGIC key until the red light blinks twice (the light will blink once then twice). Press 2 TV AUX.
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Find your Television code in the Set-Up Code section (starting on page 19). Codes are listed by brand name. The most popular code is listed first. Make sure your Television is switched on. Press and release your BIG EASYs AUX key, then press and hold the MAGIC key until the BIG EASYs red light blinks twice. Enter your three-digit TV code using the number keys. The red light will blink twice. Now, aim your BIG EASY at your Television and press POWER. If your Television switches off, your BIG EASY is ready to run your Television. When you want to control your second TV, press AUX first.
Important notes: - To set up your Video Recorder or Satellite, follow the same instructions above, only press the VCR or SAT key during step 2. - To set up your Cable Box, follow the instructions above only press the SAT key during step 2. - If your Videos original remote control does not have a power key, press PLAY instead of POWER when searching for your code. - If your device does not respond, follow steps 3 - 6 with each code listed for your brand. If none of the codes listed for your brand operate your Television, Video Recorder or Satellite Receiver, then try the search method described on page 14, even if your brand is not listed at all.
Advanced Features Reassigning the Device Keys
If you want, you can change any of the device keys (TV, VCR, SAT or AUX) to operate another type of device. The chart below lists how to change the keys and to set up that device: To Change:
Press: MAGIC * 992 VCR TV, then TV MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 SAT TV, then TV MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 TV VCR, then VCR MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 SAT VCR, then VCR MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 TV SAT, then SAT MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 VCR SAT, then SAT MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 TV AUX, then AUX MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 VCR AUX, then AUX MAGIC* Code MAGIC * 992 SAT AUX, then AUX MAGIC* Code
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* Hold down the MAGIC key until the red light blinks twice.
To reset a device key to its original function, press: TV key VCR key SAT key AUX key MAGIC * 992 MA MA MAGIC MA MAGIC MA MAGIC * * * 992
TV VCR SAT AUX TV VCR SAT AUX
Advanced Features Using the Scan Key
Your BIG EASY comes with a special Scan key which lets you go through every programme available on your Television, Video Recorder, Satellite Receiver or Cable Converter. For example, to scan through the programmes on your Television:
Aim the BIG EASY at your Television and press TV, then Scan. You will automatically move through all the programmes available on your Television stopping at each pro-gramme for about three seconds. Remember, the BIG EASY must remain aimed at your Television the entire time you are using Scan. When you find a programme that you would like to watch, simply press the Scan key again to stop the Scan feature.
To use Scan with your Video Recorder, Satellite Receiver or Cable Converter, simply press the appropriate device key (VCR, SAT or AUX), then Scan.
Note: Scan may not function with devices that did not have a programme +/- key on the original remote.
Advanced Features Teletext and Fastext
The BIG EASY is designed to operate the basic functions of teletext (text on, text off and mix). Symbol Title TEXT TV Description Puts the Television in the teletext mode Switches the Television back to regular viewing mode. On some Televisions, this may be done by pressing the TEXT key several times. Shows both teletext and regular Television simultaneously. Also used for subtitling. On some Televisions this function is accessed by pressing the TEXT key twice.
The keys marked red, green, yellow and blue are used to access the fastext functions of your TV.
Note: For a more detailed explanation of teletext and fastext, please refer to the manual of your Television. Remember, different Televisions control teletext and fastext features in different ways. Not all of the teletext functions may be available for your particular model.
Advanced Features Controlling Colour & Brightness
Depending on the functions of your original remote control, the BIG EASY can operate the colour and brightness settings of your Television. To adjust the colour:
Press MAGIC followed by Volume+ (for colour up) or Volume- (for colour down).
To adjust the brightness:
Press MAGIC followed by Programme+ (for brightness up) or Programme- (for brightness down).
Advanced Features Sleeptimer
Sleeptimer is a feature which comes built into many TVs and Satellites. It allows you to set your device to turn off within a certain amount of time. This feature comes in handy if, for example, you enjoy falling asleep with your television on. With the ONE FOR ALL, there are two ways to use the sleeptimer. If your TV or Satellite came with this feature built in, follow the instructions Device Sleeptimer below. If your device did not come with this feature, follow the instructions ONE FOR ALL Sleeptimer
If your TV or Satellite has a Sleeptimer function built in, you can access this function with your ONE FOR ALL remote. To do so:
Make sure your TV (or Satellite) is switched on.
Press the device key (TV or SAT).
Point the ONE FOR ALL at your TV (or Satellite) and press and release MAGIC then press POWER. You should see the Sleeptimer activate on your TV screen. To increase the timer, simply press MAGIC and POWER until the timer gets to the desired time.
To deactivate the Sleeptimer, repeat steps 1-3 above. During step 3, continue pressing Magic then Power until the timer indicates zero minutes.
Note: Remember, your device must have its own Sleeptimer function in order for the above instructions to operate. If your device does not have its own Sleeptimer, follow the instructions outlined below.
Advanced Features The ONE FOR ALL Sleeptimer
Your ONE FOR ALL remote comes with an internal Sleeptimer function for those devices (TV or Satellite) which did not come standard with this function. To use the ONE FOR ALL Sleeptimer: Making your ONE FOR ALL ready for Sleeptimer:
Then, press and hold MAGIC until the red light blinks twice. Press 970. The red light will blink twice again. It is only necessary to perform steps 1 and 2 once. Now to set the timer, continue with the steps below.
Setting the ONE FOR ALL Sleeptimer: It is possible to set the timer for 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes. To do this, first make sure your TV (or Satellite) is switched on. Then,
(:15) (:30) (:45) (:60)
Press and release MAGIC then press POWER. The red light will blink once which indicates the timer is set for 15 minutes. To increase the timer, simply press POWER again (this must be done within 5 seconds). The light will blink twice indicating the timer is set for 30 minutes (2x 15). You can press POWER a maximum of four times which will set the timer to 60 minutes.
Once you have set the timer to the desired time, set your ONE FOR ALL remote down, pointing it at your device. When the programmed amount of time has elapsed, the ONE FOR ALL will send the command for Power, hence turning off your device.
Notes: - The red light on the ONE FOR ALL will blink every 15 seconds indicating that the remote is in Sleeptimer mode. - To deactivate the Sleeptimer, simply press any key on the ONE FOR ALL remote. - Also, it is only necessary to follow steps 1 and 2 above one time. For subsequent use of the Sleeptimer, simply begin with Setting the Sleeptimer. - Remember, when using the ONE FOR ALL Sleeptimer, you must set the remote so it is pointing to your device.
Advanced Features Punch-Through
You may be able to use some features of your Television, Video Recorder and Satellite Receiver at the same time. If you're watching a programme on your Video, you can adjust the volume (a TV function) without first pressing the TV key. The chart below lists some of the possibilities: Last Key Pressed: VCR SAT AUX You Can Control: TV volume up and down, mute TV volume up and down, mute TV volume up and down, mute
Preventing Accidental Code Changes
To prevent the accidental changing of codes in the BIG EASY (for instance by young children), it is possible to lock in the code you have set up. Please remember, this is an optional feature and should only be used after you have found all the code(s) which operate your device(s) correctly and have set up your BIG EASY exactly the way you want it. To lock in your: TV code VCR code SAT code AUX code Press:
* MAGIC * MAGIC
* Hold down the MAGIC key until the red light blinks twice. To release the lock, simply repeat the same steps.
Note: Once you have locked in a code, you will not be able to enter a new code or reassign the device key until the lock is released.
Trouble-Shooting Searching for Your Code
If your Television, Video Recorder or Satellite Receiver does not respond to the BIG EASY after you have tried all the codes listed for your brand, try the Search Method. The Search Method may also work if your brand is not listed at all. Let's say you cannot get your BIG EASY to control your Television:
Switch your Television on.
Press the TV key on your BIG EASY. Aim the BIG EASY at your Television. Press and hold MAGIC until the BIG EASYs red light blinks twice. Then, press 1. The red light will blink twice. Now, alternate between TV and POWER, over and over, until your Television turns off. You may have to press these keys many times, so please be patient. Remember to keep pointing the BIG EASY at your Television when you press the TV and POWER keys. When your Television turns off, press MAGIC. Don't forget, press MAGIC as soon as your Television turns off. Now your BIG EASY is ready to run your Television.
To search for the code for your Video Recorder, Satellite or Cable Box, follow the instructions above, only press the VCR or SAT key during steps 2 and 4.
Note: If your Video's original remote control does not have a power key, press PLAY instead of POWER when searching for your code.
Trouble-Shooting Code Blink Out
Even if you have used the Search Method, it is handy to know your Television, Video, Satellite or Cable code for future reference. It's easy to get your code after you have set up your device. To blink out your Television code:
Press and hold MAGIC until the BIG EASYs red light blinks twice. Press 0. The red light will blink twice.
For the first digit of your three-digit code, press 1 and count the red blinks. If there are no blinks, the digit is "0". For the second digit, press 2 and count the red blinks. For the third digit, press 3 and count the red blinks. Now you have found your three-digit code.
Make sure you write your device code in the three boxes on page 18. To blink back the code for your Video, Satellite or Cable Box, follow the instructions above only press VCR or SAT during step 1.
Trouble-Shooting Helpful Hints
Problem: Red light does not blink when you press a key? The ONE FOR ALL does not respond after pressing a key? The ONE FOR ALL does not operate your device(s)? Your brand is not listed in the ONE FOR ALL code section? When following the set-up instructions, the red light on the ONE FOR ALL only blinks once instead of twice after you enter a three-digit code? The ONE FOR ALL is not preforming commands properly? Press a key but get the wrong result? Solution: Replace batteries with 4 fresh, new AAA alkaline batteries. Make sure you are using new batteries and are aiming the ONE FOR ALL at your device. A) Try all the codes listed for your brand. B) Try the search method on page 14. Try the search method on page 14.
Did you use the Code Lock feature? You must first unlock the code before entering a new code. Follow the instructions on page 13 to do this.
You may be using the wrong code. Start the search method over again to locate the proper code. Hold MAGIC until the red light blinks twice, then press 992 and the device key twice. You will need to set-up your device again. Try the codes for your brand or the search method on page 14. Hold MAGIC until red light blinks twice. Then press 993 and VOL+. To set the volume control back to TV (Punch Through), hold Magic until the red light blinks twice, then press 993 TV.
You cannot control the volume feature of your Satellite, Cable Converter or TV/ Video combination or you cannot control the volume of your TV set up on the AUX key? Problems changing channels? Video not recording?
Enter the programme number exactly as you would on your original remote. As a safety feature on your ONE FOR ALL, you must press the Record key twice. Make sure your original remote had a programme +/- key.
Scan does not work on your device?
Trouble-Shooting Consumer Help-Line
If you have any questions about the operation of your new ONE FOR ALL Universal Remote Control, you may call our consumer help-line for assistance. Before calling, please read this manual carefully to find an answer to your question. If you cannot find a solution in this manual, please complete the information on the next page on all your equipment before calling. This way we can better serve you.
In the UK:
phone: 194 fax: +e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org hours: 9 am-7 pm Mon-Fri / 9 am-3 pm Sat phone: 1-118 fax: +4329816 e-mail: email@example.com hours: 9 am-7 pm Mon-Fri / 9 am-3 pm Sat phone: 1-472 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your ONE FOR ALL model number: URC-2585
Date of purchase:
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Your device: (The first row is an example of how to complete this table)
MODEL NR. KVX-2950B
REMOTE MODELNR. RMT-V131B
Set-Up Codes Quick Code Reference
The following pages list the codes for your equipment. The most popular codes for each brand are listed first. If your device does not respond to the BIG EASY after you have tried all the codes for your brand, try the search method (page 14). Write down the codes for your devices in the boxes below, for quick and easy reference. Device Type Code
1._________________________ 2._________________________ 3._________________________ 4._________________________
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Set-Up Codes - TV
072 Aim 037 Akai Akiba 218 Akura Alba 431 Alcyon 076 Allorgan 206 Allstar 037 Amplivision 217 Amstrad Anglo 009 Anitech 009 Ansonic 012 Arc en Ciel 399 Arcam 216 Aristona 037 Arthur Martin 400 ASA 105 Asberg 037 Asuka 218 Atlantic 037 Atori 009 Audiosonic Audioton 217 Ausind 076 Autovox 087 Ayomi. 238 Baird Bang & Olufsen 087 Basic Line 218 Bastide 217 Baur Bazin. 217 Beko 370 Beon 037 Best 337 Bestar 037 Binatone 217 Black Star 247 Blacktron 282 Blackway 282 Blaupunkt Acura Admiral Adyson Agazi AGB Aiko 213 264
Sat Team Schcke Schneider Schwaiger Sedea Electronique 421 Seemann 530 SEG 519 Seleco 592 Siemens 173 Silva 335 Skantin 713 Skardin 530 SKR 713 Skymaster 605 Skymax 539 Skytwin 519 Skyvision 364 SL 692 Sony Starion 539 Starring 332 Strong 369 STVI 417 Sumida 243 Sunny Sound 369 Sunsat Sunstar 369 Tagra 364 Tantec 336 Techniland Technisat 541 Teco 513 Telasat 605 Teleciel 613 Telefunken 710 Teleka 613 Telemaster 520 Telesat 605 Telestar 501 Televes 328 Telewire Tensai 373 Thomson 455 Thorens 586 Thorn Tioko 394 Tokai 200 Tonna 592
520 BT Cable Cabletime Decsat Canal+ Filmnet Cablecrypt Grundig Jerrold M-Net Pioneer Salora Samsung Scientific Atlanta Tele+1 Telepiu United Cable Visiopass Westminster Cable 451 105
UNIVERSAL ELECTRONICS INC./ONE FOR ALL warrants to the original purchaser that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of the original purchase. Product will be replaced free of charge if it has been proven to be defective within the 90-day period when said product is returned at customer expense within the warranty period. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY EXPENSES INCURRED IN THE REMOVAL AND REINSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT. This warranty does not cover damage or failures caused by products or services not supplied by ONE FOR ALL, or which result from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, faulty installation, set-up adjustment, improper maintenance, alteration, maladjustment of consumer controls, modifications, commercial use, fire, water, lightning or other acts of God. This warranty does not cover cartons, carrying cases, batteries, broken or marred cabinets, or any other items used in connection with the product. There are no express warranties except as listed above. ONE FOR ALL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. Some countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from country to country. To obtain warranty service during the warranty period, please carefully pack the product and send it prepaid and adequately insured to the address below, together with your purchase receipt or other proof of the date of original purchase. In the UK: ONE FOR ALL Ltd. PO Box 197 Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6ZR In Ireland: Sherlane Agencies Ltd./OFA Rockford Works Deansgrange Rd. Blackrock, County Dublin In Australia KENMARK INDUSTRIAL (A) CO.PTY.LTD. 106 Mitchell Street Maidstone vic 3012
IMPORTANT: IF THE UNIT IS RETURNED WITHIN THE WARRANTY PERIOD, YOU MUST INCLUDE YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT so that we may establish your eligibility for service and can replace your unit without cost. It would be helpful if you included a note detailing the problem. IF THE UNIT IS RETURNED FOR SERVICE OUTSIDE THE WARRANTY PERIOD, please include a cheque to cover the cost of replacement, handling and return postage. (Prices may differ per model. Please contact ONE FOR ALL customer service in your country for exact amount.) NOTHING IN THIS GUARANTEE AFFECTS YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS. ONE FOR ALL and the ONE FOR ALL Big Easy are trademarks of Universal Electronics Inc. Copyright 1995, 1996, 1997 by Universal Electronics Inc. All rights are reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in any retrieval system, or translated to any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Universal Electronics Inc. URC-UK
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Big Easy International Film & Music Festival
December 2nd - 5th , 2010
OFFICIAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 20th, 2011
Mail submissions to: Big Easy International Film & Music Festival 411 E. Huntington Dr. #107-112 Arcadia, CA 91006
Entry Fee CODE___________ Circle One FEATURES
WAB / Regular $30 / $35 $40 / $45 $50 / $55 $50 / $65
Earlybird Deadline May 13th, 2011 Regular Deadline August 16th, 2011 Late Deadline September 20th, 2011 WAB Ext Deadline October 3th, 2011 WAB / Regular $25 / $30 $35 / $40 $45 / $50 $45 / $60
Do Not Deliver In-Person All checks must be in US dollars and made payable to:
1. Materials to be included with entry form: Check for entry fee (title of film written on check) DVD for viewing (Title, Phone Number, Running Time on copy) Cast/credit information Brief Synopsis of film Production photo from the film (not required) 2. Film Information: Film Title__________________________________________ Country of Origin________________________________ Running Time Year Film Was Made____________ Film Type______________ Narrative OR Documentary (circle one). Exhibition Formats (circle one or more): DVD DigiBeta HDcam Digital File blu-ray Premiere (circle one if applicable) World U.S. Prior Festivals and awards ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 3. Company Information: Person Submitting_____________________ Address______________________________________________________
City State/Province_____________________________________________ Zip Code Country______________________________________________ Email Address (print) ____________________________________________ Note: If out of U.S. please provide country code Office Telephone_________________________ Mobile Telephone_________________________ Home Telephone_________________________ Director(s)_____________________________________________________________ Producer(s)____________________________________________________________ Writers(s)______________________________________________________________ Cast__________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________
Official Regulations for the 2011 Big Easy International Film & Music Festival ELIGIBILITY 1. Entries that have screened on US television prior to the Festival are eligible for a Festival screening. 2. Productions produced after January 2006 are eligible. 3. Productions must be submitted on a DVD Region 0 or 1. 4. Entries must be postmarked by August 16th, 2011. Late entries will be accepted until September 20th, 2011 provided that the entry is accompanied by the late entry fee (see entry fee section), or October 3th, 2011 if submitting through WAB Ext. Deadline. 5. Entrant confirms and warrants required legal authority to submit the entry into the Festival and to use all music, images and content in the entry. 6. Entrant will allow usage of clips from the entry and all related publicity material submitted for promotional use on television, radio, in print, web and at live Festival events. 7. All entries must be either in English or contain English subtitles. Non-English entries submitted without subtitles or with supplementary printed translations will be automatically disqualified. 8. We WILL view works in progress. Please inform us if this is the status. 9. Fee Waivers will NOT be made. 10. All Decisions by judges, programmers and organizers will be final and no refund of entry fee will be permitted. 11. Filmmakers will pay all transportation costs of shipping print to festival while festival will return prints to address on shipping container and pay those costs. DVD's WILL NOT BE RETURNED. ENTRY REGULATIONS 1. Only completed entries (including entry form, payment, and film or tape) will be processed and considered for screening. 2. Entrant's name, address, running time and the production's title must be on each case or DVD SHIPPING. The cost of shipping an entry to the festival must be paid by the entrant. Collect or COD shipments will not be accepted. All international entries must be sent free domicile to the Festival office with all
transportation charges, duties, and taxes prepaid by the shipper. Be sure to include all the proper customs documentation required by your shipping service. For films accepted for screening at the 2011 Big Easy International Film & Music Festival, the Festival will cover one-way return shipping costs only for the public screening format. RETURN OF ENTRIES Entries submitted on DVD WILL NOT be returned. Every reasonable effort will be made to protect films and tapes from damage or loss, but the Festival, its management, or its juries cannot assume liability for damage or loss. I have read and accept the rules and regulations of 2011 Big Easy International Film & Music Festival. I am submitting a film for consideration only. If accepted I will allow my film to be shown during the festival. By agreeing to these terms I acknowledge I have all rights associated with the film that will allow the festival to show the film during the festival. I agree to hold harmless the Big Easy International Film & Music Festival, it's organizers, sponsors and associates from any liability from showing, displaying or exhibiting my film and it's related material or during my attendance at a festival event. Signature_____________________________________ Name (print)___________________________________ Title_________________________________________ Phone_______________________________________ Date_________________________________________
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