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Old February 18th, 2006, 05:24 PM   #31
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I ordered mine almost 2 weeks ago, still waiting... Hopefully it comes soon, the trailer looks sooooo good.
Mine took a while. Ordered January 26th. Arrived February 16th.
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Old February 20th, 2006, 12:20 PM   #32
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Many thanks for the heads-up on this one. Beautiful stuff there. Why, I do believe I'm inspired.
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Old February 20th, 2006, 01:44 PM   #33
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Film sure does make a difference. Those cablecam shots were spectacular too. I don't know what Apple users are able to do with that little bitty embedded player as far as sizing but you can't do diddly to it with a PC. However, with a PC you can find the video files in your tempory internet files after they download by navigating to tools>internet options>settings>view files and there they are in full gionic resolution. Just copy them to another directory, open them in a stand alone player and super size them by choosing view>double size (QT) or full screen (WMP) for a whole new viewing experience of these videos. I just hate those embedded players with a 3 inch screen.
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Old February 21st, 2006, 10:31 PM   #34
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Here's a screenshot of one of their cameras. I was suprised to see the 503.

http://img232.imageshack.us/img232/3420/dscn02383xb.jpg

What kind of Arriflex camera is that in the foreground?
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Old February 21st, 2006, 10:38 PM   #35
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I don't know what Apple users are able to do with that little bitty embedded player as far as sizing but you can't do diddly to it with a PC. However, with a PC you can find the video files in your tempory internet files after they download by navigating to tools>internet options>settings>view files and there they are in full gionic resolution. Just copy them to another directory, open them in a stand alone player and super size them by choosing view>double size (QT) or full screen (WMP) for a whole new viewing experience of these videos. I just hate those embedded players with a 3 inch screen.

Huhhhhh????
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Old February 21st, 2006, 10:46 PM   #36
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I guess that wasn't clear. When I clicked on the video links, it opened a small 3 inch player window that I couldn't resize. The other was a bit larger at 4-5 inches but still smaller than I like. It may be different for Apples, as far as player controls, but I can't stand viewing small video screens, especially with a broadband connection. So, after they downloaded, I copied the video files from the TI files, where they were now independent files, to another directory. This allowed me to open them in a stand alone player and control the size of it. I was then able to view the video at near full screen on a 15" monitor. I don't know how or if that works on Apples but that's what you can do on a PC with any files that download.

Which would you rather watch? This one OR THIS ONE! (make sure this image resizes to full resolution)


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I don't know what Apple users are able to do with that little bitty embedded player as far as sizing but you can't do diddly to it with a PC.
I guess what I needed to say was that you can't do anything with the player size using a PC while it's in that proprietary window on that page before downloading it.

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Old February 22nd, 2006, 12:11 AM   #37
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I guess that wasn't clear. When I clicked on the video links, it opened a small 3 inche player window that I couldn't resize. The other was a bit larger at 4-5 inches but still smaller than I like. It may be different for Apples, as far as player controls, but I can't stand viewing small video screens, especially with a broadband connection. So, after they downloaded, I copied the video files from the TI files, where they were now independent files, to another directory. This allowed me to open them in a stand alone player and control the size of it. I was then able to view the video at near full screen on a 15" monitor. I don't know how or if that works on Apples but that's what you can do on a PC with any files that download.
Ah, I see now.
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