With help from Apple reseller Dreamtek, record label BMG, and Apple's audio and video solutions experts, the band videotaped their live gig on May 13. They have made "rushes" (unedited clips from different vantage points) of the live footage available for download.
Aspiring video editors are being asked to create their own video using the rushes and Apple's iMovie software. The band will judge the videos they receive, rewarding the best movie with a brand new Apple iPod.
Band bassist Didz said: "This is such a fantastic offer. It'll be great for fans to check out our new stuff before it hits the shops and we're really looking forward to seeing the videos - I'm sure there'll be some great ones."
Tristan Blakley, managing director of Dreamtek, said: "This project is reflective of Dreamtek added-value services. We are delighted to provide our client BMG with the expertise as well as the equipment to film the footage and to make it available for video editors at home."
The band is preparing to release its second album at the end of summer. Meanwhile, The Cooper Temple Clause is making live recordings of some of the forthcoming tracks available for free download for their fans. The tracks are in QuickTime, and artwork is also being made available for download. A fully edited live video track is also being made available.
The competition launches May 19. Winners will be announced July 28. Details of how to enter will be posted when the videos are released.