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Message started by J_MacKay on 29th Apr, 2009 at 7:49pm

Title: Fantastic filming of real aircraft in flight
Post by J_MacKay on 29th Apr, 2009 at 7:49pm
Have a look and be impressed

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Title: Re: Fantastic filming of real aircraft in flight
Post by foxwolfen on 9th May, 2009 at 8:29pm
Sadly, it wants to install something to view it, and that is not something I allow, so I did not get a chance to see it.

If you are a member there, you might drop em a note stating that there are those of us who would like to see it but are not willing to install unknown and untrusted software.

Cheers
Shad

Title: Re: Fantastic filming of real aircraft in flight
Post by Fr. Bill on 23rd Jul, 2009 at 1:41pm
It want's to install "MoveMediaPlayer_0711010000055.exe" which is a 987KB file. See Multimedia File Viewing and Clickable Links are available for Registered Members only!!  You need to Login or Register for further information.


Quote:
New York — Comcast and Time Warner Inc. will attempt to synthesize their approaches to delivering cable TV programming via the Web starting with a nationwide trial involving 5,000 of the operator’s customers.

In the industry’s first national “TV Everywhere” trial, set to kick off in July, Comcast will deliver new and recent episodes from top TNT and TBS series, available through the operator’s Comcast.net and Fancast portals, for no extra cost to customers who subscribe to both TV and broadband services.

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Comcast's Strauss said the operator's trial will use Move Networks' online-video player. The software, which is also used by ABC.com, Fox and ESPN360.com, delivers video in chunks to improve the quality of playback. Move Networks investors include Comcast, Microsoft and Cisco Systems.


Apparently, Move Media Player is becoming a popular choice for delivering true 1080p HD streaming video...


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