VIdeo of MacWorld KeyNote
July 10, 2002 9:54PM
edited January 2014
Besides the Streaming, how can one get a video of the keynote?
I am going, so can I just film it using my DV camera, or will somebody be capturing it over the satalite and be selling the tape over the internet?
Reply 1 of 8
July 11, 2002 12:12AM
Appleads.com will have links to download the keynote form Apple in full within a few days of the keynote, along with people posting the links for forums.
Reply 2 of 8
July 11, 2002 3:22AM
Apple will undoubtedly provide on demand streaming of the Keynote soon after the event is over. Then someone will post a link to download in this thread:
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Reply 3 of 8
July 11, 2002 5:49AM
The big question is this: Will it be broadcasted im MPEG4? :eek:
Reply 4 of 8
July 11, 2002 5:54AM
[quote]Originally posted by Anders:
<strong>The big question is this: Will it be broadcasted im MPEG4? :eek: </strong><hr></blockquote>
Doubt it highly but I'd love to be proven wrong
Reply 5 of 8
July 11, 2002 7:03AM
Why not? I mean, Apple is killing the Quicktime Movie sacred cow, and is really hyping MP4.
a superior format. For the same size, you get higher res/quality. That
to be good for the keynote.
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Reply 6 of 8
July 11, 2002 7:14AM
Or Apple want the webcast to be as bad as possible to take away the focus from what is(n´t) introduced on stage.
The only problem for MPEG4 would be that it would require a beta media player. I guess 98% of us here has it but most people actually wait until Apple release it officially.
In other words: They would have to double their streams and have like six to eight different (speeds*codecs)
Reply 7 of 8
July 11, 2002 7:20AM
Individual streams arn't that expensive. They'd just have to add another computer (or 2 or 3 or 4) to encode the MP4 stream.
The big cost is bandwidth, which would remain the same.
Reply 8 of 8
July 11, 2002 7:24AM
Yeah, if it turns out to be as crappy as it SOUNDS like then we'll be looking at it being broadcast as an animated GIF.
It'll just be Steve Jobs floating across the stage and pointing at an iMac. Maybe they'll add a crowd clapping sound. Both will just be set to play over and over.
Gee whiz, already I'm set for a lousy show. Well, at least I can't be disappointed now!!