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arn
Jul 24, 2002, 09:19 AM
Xlr8yourmac.com (http://www.xlr8yourmac.com) reposted links from MacNews.de (http://www.macnews.de) who provided direct links to the MacWorld NY 2002 Keynote in MPEG4 format:

[links dead]

(sorry)

seven5
Jul 24, 2002, 09:39 AM
ummm, and we look at these how?

clicked it and a no go
tried to download it, and it failed
quicktime throws 2 errors when tried with "open url.."

FP

Ensign Paris
Jul 24, 2002, 09:43 AM
my machine tells me that those links are dead :I

Ensign

Ensign Paris
Jul 24, 2002, 09:49 AM
Actually this tells us something, that Apple watchs rumor sites and acts on what heppens on them :)

Ensign

StuPid QPid
Jul 24, 2002, 09:52 AM
All I get is a "not found" page when I try the links. Is it just my connection, or have Apple taken these movies offline? :(

Edit: Oops sorry for repeating everyone else :)

seven5
Jul 24, 2002, 09:57 AM
as much as i love this site, this post needs to be taken out of the home page. The links were dead about 2 minutes after the links had been posted on the home page. So pretty much, no one even got to benefit from them.

Please take this down, as its doing nothing for anyone.

ImAlwaysRight
Jul 24, 2002, 10:16 AM
I saw those links yesterday afternoon soon after they went up. Having 2Mbps cable, I decided to go for the big daddy at 270MB. The download started fine but for some reason it stopped at 187 MB, and IE told me it was a complete download. I tried to play the movie and it played 2 seconds of nothing, but yet was taking up 187MB on my hard drive.

I tried to download the movie again and it gave me an error a few times, but then started downloading. This time it got to about 130MB when I noticed the download had stopped, saying it was a complete file. When I tried to open it it opened in QT6 again, but the window was full of garbled text.

Then after these two attempts (by this time over an hour had passed), I was not able to get the thing to even start downloading again. I've got the file saved in my download manager, and when I click "reload" it gives me the error message: "Error
HTTP error. The resource is not found."

Guess I should have went for the mid-sized 96MB file and at least I would have a keynote to watch. You can watch it any time on Apple's site, but it is streaming, and you can't save a QT stream.

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwny02/ (http://)

whfsdude
Jul 24, 2002, 10:33 AM
Originally posted by Ensign Paris
Actually this tells us something, that Apple watchs rumor sites and acts on what heppens on them :)

Ensign

So who here is Steve Jobs? I've got something special, let me just get it out of my pocket :D jk

Mr Jobs
Jul 24, 2002, 10:44 AM
Originally posted by whfsdude


So who here is Steve Jobs? I've got something special, let me just get it out of my pocket :D jk

ahh that would be me:D