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King Chung Huang ,

would you do the honors?
post #2 of 76
The latest:

iPod Intro:

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/oct/ipod/ipod_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> 239.2 MB

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/oct/ipod/ipod_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> 66.5 MB

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/oct/ipod/ipod_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> 22.6 MB
post #3 of 76
Here are some older ones...

*Higher bit rates (kbps) are better quality but have larger file sizes.

MacWorld New York 1999

<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/macworld99vod100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/macworld99vod56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/macworld99vod28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


Seybold 1999

<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/seyboldvod100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/seyboldvod56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/seyboldvod28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


Special Apple Event (10/5/99)

<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/keynotes/100599/jobs100h.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/keynotes/100599/jobs56h.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/keynotes/100599/jobs28h.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


MacWorld San Francisco 1999

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


MacWorld New York 2000

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_1000.mov" target="_blank">1000 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


Apple Expo 2000

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_1000.mov" target="_blank">1000 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


MWSF 2001


<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> [266.7 MB]
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> [82.8 MB]
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> [42.7 MB]
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a> [11.6 MB]

MacWorld Tokyo 2001

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps </a> (17.8 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> (49.3 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> (80.9 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> (433.8 MB)

MacWorld New York 2001

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_vod_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> (322.5 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> (99.5 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> (46.5 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a> (13.9 MB)

[ 11-12-2001: Message edited by: AppleMaster ]</p>
post #4 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by applenut:
<strong>King Chung Huang ,

would you do the honors?</strong><hr></blockquote>

I'd love to, but I didn't keep a copy of all the links for myself! I relied on the AI post that used to <a href="http://forums.appleinsider.com/ubb/Forum11/HTML/001024.html" target="_blank">live here</a>. I believe AppleMaster has a good list of all the keynote links that were posted. AppleMaster?
post #5 of 76
Thx, AppleMaster. You read my mind.
post #6 of 76
Great minds think alike
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OK. After reading the thread <a href="http://forums.appleinsider.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=11&t=000007" target="_blank">here</a> about bringing back an archive of old posts, I suddenly thought of a crazy way of resurrecting many of the old posts.

...


And it works! So far, I've been able to successfully resurrect all four pages from the original thread which this one is based on.
You can see them here:

<a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/Forum11/HTML/001024.html" target="_blank">Page 1</a>
<a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/Forum11/HTML/001024-2.html" target="_blank">Page 2</a>
<a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/Forum11/HTML/001024-3.html" target="_blank">Page 3</a>
<a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/Forum11/HTML/001024-4.html" target="_blank">Page 4</a>

Amazing, huh?

I'm going to continue working on this and see what else I can resurrect.
post #8 of 76
How are you doing it? Maybe some of us can help ressurect some of the old threads!
post #9 of 76
I had this thread bookmarked, don't know what it was. <a href="http://forums.appleinsider.com/ubb/Forum4/HTML/007232.html" target="_blank">http://forums.appleinsider.com/ubb/Forum4/HTML/007232.html</a>
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post #10 of 76
This is great, I have always wanted to have some form of it on an actual VHS. So all I have to do is turn it into a DV stream and put it on a tape.
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post #11 of 76
If anyone has archives of the old AI please contact me ASAP through AIM, sn: NNNRampage
post #12 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by Nick (Rampage):
<strong>If anyone has archives of the old AI please contact me ASAP through AIM, sn: NNNRampage</strong><hr></blockquote>

Nick, I don't have AIM. However, I'm having moderate success in resurrecting old pages. I'll be posting my progress in the thread, "<a href="http://forums.appleinsider.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=11&t=000007" target="_blank">Is it possible to bring back an archive of all old posts?</a>." Everyone who is interested, please look there.

Dogcow: sorry, I couldn't get the link you posted.
post #13 of 76
I love this thred! it will never end. As long as there is a apple keynote this thred will live. But apple nut, it was supose to be in genius bar
post #14 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by King Chung Huang:
<strong>

Nick, I don't have AIM. However, I'm having moderate success in resurrecting old pages. I'll be posting my progress in the thread, "<a href="http://forums.appleinsider.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=11&t=000007" target="_blank">Is it possible to bring back an archive of all old posts?</a>." Everyone who is interested, please look there.

Dogcow: sorry, I couldn't get the link you posted.</strong><hr></blockquote>Could you try resurrecting some of these threads? <a href="http://www.angelfire.com/vt/synotic/UBBForum_GeneralDiscussion.html" target="_blank">http://www.angelfire.com/vt/synotic/UBBForum_GeneralDiscussion.html</a> Specifically the cookie sheet one?
post #15 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by Synotic:
<strong>Could you try resurrecting some of these threads? <a href="http://www.angelfire.com/vt/synotic/UBBForum_GeneralDiscussion.html" target="_blank">http://www.angelfire.com/vt/synotic/UBBForum_GeneralDiscussion.html</a> Specifically the cookie sheet one? </strong><hr></blockquote>

I already reposted all that info in General Discussion synotic
post #16 of 76
can anyone tell me, or show me... or just link to CNN streams?

I really want to get a hold of the high-res Sept 11th streams... as macabre as that may seem.

I can't find the archives now... but an indicator would be good and maybe I can figure it out later.

thanks
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post #17 of 76
I just turned the iPod 300MB movie into a DV stream and then put that onto a VHS tape. The video and sound qualitiy is not perfect, but it is good enough for my "I LUV apple-LIke ness" <img src="graemlins/hmmm.gif" border="0" alt="[Hmmm]" />
post #18 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by ZO:
<strong>can anyone tell me, or show me... or just link to CNN streams?

I really want to get a hold of the high-res Sept 11th streams... as macabre as that may seem.

I can't find the archives now... but an indicator would be good and maybe I can figure it out later.

thanks</strong><hr></blockquote>
Actually, I second this motion. I am gathering as many pictures, articles, and movies from 9/11/01 as I can. History, no matter how terrible, should not be forgotten.

I have a 700MB cd image of pictures, and news of the attacks right now, and there is supposed to be one with Multi-Media floating around but I have not seen it. Anyone heard anything?
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post #19 of 76
BTW, From King Chung Huangs origional answer to how he saved the movies rather than the links to the movies.

[quote]As for my "secret", it's actually quite simple. What I do is I save a self-contained version of movie in the QuickTime player that shows up after you click the "Watch now" button on Apple's pages. This file will contain, among other things, where the stream data is located on Akamai's servers. So, open the file with BBEdit, and locate the string that contains the akamai address. Then, like all Akamai addresses, pick out the part of the address that refers to an Apple server. Since all of Apple's QTV servers also respond to HTTP requests, you can then append http:// to the beginning of the address segment that you picked out of the Akamai address, and download the video!

To get the different datarate versions, I just set my QuickTime control panel to the desired datarate, reclick the "Watch now" button, save the new QT player file, and extract the URL from that. Apple's naming convention for the different speeds are quite consistent so you can easily guess the file names for the other speeds from that.<hr></blockquote>

It is very cool that you found a lot of the old AI pages. A walk down amnesia lane that is. Are the Mods gonna try to bring them back so we can search them?
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NoahJ
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post #21 of 76
Thank You AppleMaster!

[quote]Originally posted by AppleMaster:
<strong>Here are some older ones...

*Higher bit rates (kbps) are better quality but have larger file sizes.

MacWorld New York 1999

<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/macworld99vod100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/macworld99vod56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/macworld99vod28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


Seybold 1999

<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/seyboldvod100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/seyboldvod56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/seyboldvod28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


Special Apple Event (10/5/99)

<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/keynotes/100599/jobs100h.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/keynotes/100599/jobs56h.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://qtv.akamai.com/apple/keynotes/100599/jobs28h.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


MacWorld San Francisco 1999

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/apple/akamai/010500/keynote010500vod_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


MacWorld New York 2000

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_1000.mov" target="_blank">1000 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/keynote_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


Apple Expo 2000

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_1000.mov" target="_blank">1000 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a>
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/channels/deepend/rtsp/sep/keynote_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a>


MWSF 2001


<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> [266.7 MB]
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> [82.8 MB]
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> [42.7 MB]
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jan/macworld/011101/keynote_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a> [11.6 MB]

MacWorld Tokyo 2001

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps </a> (17.8 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> (49.3 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> (80.9 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/feb/macworld_tokyo/tokyo_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> (433.8 MB)

MacWorld New York 2001

<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_vod_300.mov" target="_blank">300 kbps</a> (322.5 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_100.mov" target="_blank">100 kbps</a> (99.5 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_56.mov" target="_blank">56 kbps</a> (46.5 MB)
<a href="http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/keynote/vod/mwny_28.mov" target="_blank">28 kbps</a> (13.9 MB)

[ 11-12-2001: Message edited by: AppleMaster ]</strong><hr></blockquote>
post #22 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by NoahJ:
<strong>A bit off topic, but here are the RTSP of some of the CNN streams I would like to save. Anyone care to take a crack at it? Their servers do not seem to respond to the HTTP requests.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Here's two of the movies. I've copied them to my server.

<a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov</a>
<a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov</a>

I'll try the others later.

(edit: I've removed the files. See my later post (2 down) for all the links.)

[ 11-20-2001: Message edited by: King Chung Huang ]</p>
post #23 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by AppleMaster:
<strong>Here are some older ones...
...</strong><hr></blockquote>

Just curious, did you get these links from my page?

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/graphiteman/Keynotes.html" target="_blank">http://homepage.mac.com/graphiteman/Keynotes.html</a>
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[quote]Originally posted by graphiteman:
<strong>

Just curious, did you get these links from my page?</strong><hr></blockquote>

No, AppleMaster made that list on the old AppleInsider forums in reply to a request from Michaelm8000. It was a compilation of links that I and others posted in the old thread. <a href="http://commons.ucalgary.ca/king/appleinsider/Forum11/HTML/001024-3.html" target="_blank">It's on page 3.</a>

[quote]Originally posted by NoahJ:
<strong>A bit off topic, but here are the RTSP of some of the CNN streams I would like to save. Anyone care to take a crack at it? Their servers do not seem to respond to the HTTP requests.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Here's the links for all of them. I've removed the two that were on my server (from my post, above).

<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov</a> (899 KB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov</a> (1.3 MB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/11/exclusive.crash.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">exclusive.crash.cnn.med.T1.mov</a> (584 KB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/11/vo.wtc.2nd.plane.pax.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">vo.wtc.2nd.plane.pax.med.T1.mov</a> (1.3 MB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/pv.tick.tock.affl.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">pv.tick.tock.affl.med.T1.mov</a> (3.5 MB)

(edit: fixed a link)

[ 11-20-2001: Message edited by: King Chung Huang ]</p>
post #25 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by King Chung Huang:
<strong>

Here's the links for all of them. I've removed the two that were on my server (from my post, above).

<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov</a> (899 KB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov</a> (1.3 MB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/11/exclusive.crash.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">exclusive.crash.cnn.med.T1.mov</a> (584 KB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/11/vo.wtc.2nd.plane.pax.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">vo.wtc.2nd.plane.pax.med.T1.mov</a> (1.3 MB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/pv.tick.tock.affl.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">pv.tick.tock.affl.med.T1.mov</a> (3.5 MB)

(edit: fixed a link)

[ 11-20-2001: Message edited by: King Chung Huang ]</strong><hr></blockquote>
KCH: Thank you so much! I cannot tell you how much I appreciate this!!! You Rock Dude!
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post #26 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by King Chung Huang:
<strong>

Here's the links for all of them. I've removed the two that were on my server (from my post, above).

<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">first.plane.hits.gp.med.T1.mov</a> (899 KB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">2nd.plane.hits.cnn.med.T1.mov</a> (1.3 MB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/11/exclusive.crash.cnn.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">exclusive.crash.cnn.med.T1.mov</a> (584 KB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/11/vo.wtc.2nd.plane.pax.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">vo.wtc.2nd.plane.pax.med.T1.mov</a> (1.3 MB)
<a href="http://turner.download.akamai.com/cnn/us/2001/09/12/pv.tick.tock.affl.med.T1.mov" target="_blank">pv.tick.tock.affl.med.T1.mov</a> (3.5 MB)

</strong><hr></blockquote>

Thanks for being able to find them... but they dont work. I've tried by just clicking on them and also right clicking and "save link as..." but neither work. I'm on a PC... but I dont think that makes a difference.

Anyone else?

ZO

(EDIT: These are still the small movies... are there any hi-res ones? 320x240 or bigger for example? Maybe even from other sources on the net? I'm surprised its so difficult to find these movies!)

[ 11-21-2001: Message edited by: ZO ]</p>
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[quote]Originally posted by ZO:
<strong>

Thanks for being able to find them... but they dont work. I've tried by just clicking on them and also right clicking and "save link as..." but neither work. I'm on a PC... but I dont think that makes a difference.

Anyone else?

</strong><hr></blockquote>

I just tried the links, and they worked fine. Maybe try them again?
post #28 of 76
yup... they work now. Who knows why? Oh well.

Anyway, thanks a bundle again!

How do you find out where the source is with these things?
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[quote]Originally posted by ZO:
<strong>(EDIT: These are still the small movies... are there any hi-res ones? 320x240 or bigger for example? Maybe even from other sources on the net? I'm surprised its so difficult to find these movies!)
</strong><hr></blockquote>

Yeah, I know! I thought they would be bigger as I told it to give the most bandwidth hogging stream. Thus the T1 refrence in the URL. However, I think they are trying to precerve their bandwidth for other things now that the story has "blown over" so to speak. If anyone finds the big streams let me know too.
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[quote]Originally posted by NoahJ:
<strong>

Yeah, I know! I thought they would be bigger as I told it to give the most bandwidth hogging stream. Thus the T1 refrence in the URL. However, I think they are trying to precerve their bandwidth for other things now that the story has "blown over" so to speak. If anyone finds the big streams let me know too.</strong><hr></blockquote>

I've never seen CNN deliver any sort of true high qualtiy/high bandwidth streams before. Even with the "T1" reference, the CNN streams are usually below 200 Kbps.

If you really wanted HQ videos, you could try asking your local TV news station. I've done that before for tapes of old shows and stuff (although it was all work related).
post #31 of 76
[quote]Originally posted by AppleMaster:
<strong>Here are some older ones...
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Thanks. What app do you use to download these? Is there a browser for downloading that will resume downloads? I get as far as 90% through the bigger ones then the download stops. I tried an FTP client thinking I could resume the download but it didn't want to connect.
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post #32 of 76
Interarchy 5

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Ditto. Interarchy is the way to go.
post #34 of 76
what about the newiGetter?.::.
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[quote]Originally posted by AppleMaster:
<strong>Ditto. Interarchy is the way to go.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Thanks to all for this. By the way, after trying iCab and Netscape 6.2 on OS X I switched to Netscape 4.7 running in Classic and have had no problem downloading even the largest file.

It was impressive to me to sit here burning a CD-R in one window, watching a keynote at largest possible size (cinema display) in another window while monitoring Netscape download another keynote (about 120 kbytes/s) in a third window. All without a hiccup. I love OS X.
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post #36 of 76
King Chung Huang, could you please try to "crack" the following RTSP addresses?
They are 6 movies from Apple WWDC 2001:

WebObjects Overview:
rtsp://a481.qt1vod.kamai.net/3/481/1420/3b62f35c/1a1a1aff73e54aab1846b72ba1cf30a0107ce10f72e14e7de2 58bd2b9f1241b82f93f6265786f86cdf4f7eaee51 54a7aab/601_300.mov

QuickTime Overview:
rtsp://a241.qt1vod.kamai.net/3/241/1420/3b62f3d2/1a1a1aff73e54aab1846b72ba1cf30a0107ce10f72e14e7de2 58bd2b9f1241b82f93f6265786f86cdf4f7eaee51 54b7bac/400_300.mov

Make It Aqua:
rtsp://a662.qt1vod.kamai.net/3/662/1420/3b62f3be/1a1a1aff73e54aab1846b72ba1cf30a0107ce10f72e14e7de2 58bd2b9f1241b82f93f6265786f86cdf4f7eaee51 54b7bac/111_300.mov

Darwin:
rtsp://a1484.qt1vod.kamai.net/3/1484/1420/3b4d43bf/1a1a1aff73e54aab1846b72ba1cf30a0107ce10f72e14e7de2 58bd2b9f1241b82f93f6265786f86cdf4f7eaee 5164777a8/103_300.mov

Cocoa Overview:
rtsp://a802.qt1vod.kamai.net/3/802/1420/3b62f3b9/1a1a1aff73e54aab1846b72ba1cf30a0107ce10f72e14e7de2 58bd2b9f1241b82f93f6265786f86cdf4f7eaee51 54b7bac/102_300.mov

Java Overview:
rtsp://a450.qt1vod.kamai.net/3/450/1420/3b4d43bf/1a1a1aff73e54aab1846b72ba1cf30a0107ce10f72e14e7de2 58bd2b9f1241b82f93f6265786f86cdf4f7eaee51 64777a8/500_300.mov


TTHHAANNKKSS !!!

[ 12-07-2001: Message edited by: Zeno ]</p>
post #37 of 76
does anyone know where the new Schiller DV Expo keynote is at?
post #38 of 76
zeno, could you provide a link to the HTML page that you got those links from?
post #39 of 76
AppleMaster,
I cannot provide directly a link but I can tell you how to reach that page:

- go to
<a href="http://connect.apple.com" target="_blank">connect.apple.com</a>
- login
- on the left choose "View ADC TV"
- hit the "play now" button

that's it.

hope you or somebody else will be able to "crack" the rtsp addresses so that we can download those movies...

[ 12-09-2001: Message edited by: Zeno ]</p>
post #40 of 76
i think you have to be a PAYING developer to view those, right?
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