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[Files] Video of AROS presentation at AmiGBG online!ANN.lu
Posted on 15-May-2004 22:42 GMT by Adam Chodorowski15 comments
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Finally, after more than a month, the video from the AROS presentation at the AmiGBG 2004 fair is available for download! For those that don't understand Swedish (or who can't hear what's said), subtitles are provided (which is one reason why it took so long to produce the video). Lot's of thanks to Älgtjur Filmproduktion for filming the presentation, Carl Drougge for the editing, and myself for doing the subtitles. ;-) Oh, and ofcourse to the AmiGBG guys for arranging the fair!
Video of AROS presentation at AmiGBG online! : Comment 1 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 16-May-2004 03:09 GMT
Is there a place where we can just download the video clip without going thru screens and screens of whatever?

Thanks. I just don't feel downloading a program and configs and setting it up and all the rest is worth it for a small video clip.
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Posted by Martin Blom on 16-May-2004 06:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Rich Woods):
It's two clicks away from ann.lu. I can't see how it could be easier to download (except for posting a direct link here of course).

Oh, you mean you don't have BitTorrent installed on your computer? Shame on you. :-)
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Posted by hooligan/dcs on 16-May-2004 08:37 GMT
MPlayer refuses to play the video.
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Posted by Don Cox on 16-May-2004 09:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Martin Blom):
"Oh, you mean you don't have BitTorrent installed on your computer? Shame on you. :-)"

Is there a link with instructions on how to set up BitTorrent on an Amiga?
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Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 16-May-2004 10:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (hooligan/dcs):
Your mplayer sucks then, plays fine here :)
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Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 16-May-2004 11:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Don Cox):
I hear bittorrent uses python... so it should probably be possible to use AmigaPython?
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Posted by Hagge on 16-May-2004 11:43 GMT
W00, finally someone who understood there is no use for those 160x120 no sound 10fps 24kbps bitrate video flicks.

Looks good, credits to anyone who decided to use bittorrent aswell, downloaded with 600kbps+, althought i'm in sweden and on b2.
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Posted by Don Cox on 16-May-2004 13:06 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Fabio Alemagna):
"I hear bittorrent uses python... so it should probably be possible to use AmigaPython?"

It probably possibly is, but somebody will have to actually get it working before it makes sense to post a link on an Amiga forum that requires BitTorrent.

BitTorrent seems like a good idea, so it would be nice to have it working on Amiga.
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Posted by hooligan/dcs on 16-May-2004 13:14 GMT
Good video. Looks like swedes are just as shy to ask questions as finns are :)
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Posted by Hagge on 16-May-2004 15:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (hooligan/dcs):
That's why they both consume so much booze(spelling?)...
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Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 16-May-2004 19:32 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Don Cox):
> It probably possibly is, but somebody will have to actually get it working
> before it makes sense to post a link on an Amiga forum that requires
> BitTorrent.

Stats show that the majority of people who are interested in AROS use either Windows or linux, only a minority uses Amiga's...
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Posted by T1k on 16-May-2004 22:10 GMT
Whoah, 875kb/s! That's a BitTorrent speed record for me :P
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Posted by LjL on 17-May-2004 10:04 GMT
Since we're talking about AROS, there is something I'm wondering about... with all the freeware/shareware there is on AmiNET, why has so little been open-sourced and ported to AROS (or at least just open-sourced)?
Are all the authors of software often written many years ago still so sensitive abou their source code, or simply nobody asked them, or can't they be contacted anymoe, or what?
After all, AmigaOS has an impressing software base (although modern applications are somewhat missing), and one would expect more people donating their share/free/whateverware to AROS.
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Posted by itix on 17-May-2004 11:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (LjL):
Most of old Amiga software is written in asm, or relies on custom chips, or is simply outdated...
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Posted by LjL on 17-May-2004 11:33 GMT
I'm not so sure... both AmigaOS 4 and MorphOS have m68k emulation, right? Ok, that allows running programs written in assembly, but doesn't help with programs using custom chips - yet people regard it as important, which to me means that the 'outdated' programs are not so outdated as to be unusable...
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