NAB 2006 Demo Reel Up

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    jimsowden

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    Apple has posted their well known demo reel for this year's NAB available here:
    http://www.apple.com/finalcutstudio/profiles/?profiles/apple_nab06_reel01_h640

    As always, it's pretty freaking cool. Interestingly, they're embedded it into the page pretty well. I tried to look at the source, but that wasn't having any of it. I assume the file is streaming, just by the look of it, although it could just be a little over compressed. Anyone want to give the quicktime source file url a stab?
     
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    Note, once it's fully loaded you can just use quicktime pro to download it, so it's an actual movie and not a stream. I still can't figure the URL though.
     
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    And just to think, Adobe had a shot at this.


    *laughs hysterically*
     
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    I don"t know, I have a QTPro, so I just right-click and save movie, :D
     
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    god like powers.... :cool:
    actually... when we look at the sourse we notice that apple is using js to determine the movies loaded so... in the js source of file... http://wdirect.apple.com/finalcutstudio/profiles/profiles.js we see the videos are defined and the code for writing out to the page is defined... http://images.apple.com/movies/us/apple/finalcutstudio/'+viewMov+'.mov"
     
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    Yeah, I just figured that out too. Very tricky from Apple's side, and very sneaky from yours :D
     
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    i just saw this and think its terrible... It doesn't show anything really...
     

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