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Discussion in 'Macworld San Francisco 2008' started by schalkse, Jan 15, 2008.
Enjoy the direct link.
Not yet available through Apple. com yet.
Thanks for the link!
Nice. Gonna watch it now!
nice one! where'd you get hold of this??
The video freezes at about 9:00.
Same here. Any idea when it will be up on Apple's site?
It will be on Apple.com at lunchtime.
anybody catch that in the beginning he says "in TIGER we have a lot of cool stuff" then proceeds to talk about Time machine....a little slip up from the big man himself?
Any idea when it will be available for download through iTunes? I want to watch it on my big screen TV
did not freeze at 9:00 for me.
i just fast forwarded to 33 mins and it worked just fine for me as well. I am going to wait just a little bit so that the higher quality video becomes available.
The link doesn't work for me? any ideas? tried pasting into quicktime open url but on't work, guess the servers gettting hammered about now...
I'm not getting audio?
When Steve starts the keynote, the text behind him is "There's something in the Air." The letter A is capitalized, unlike on the banners and the teaser on apple.com, where "air" was completely lowercase.
Did anyone else notice that?
It's probably just because they didn't want to make it obvious that it was part of the name of a new product. However, us MR folk were smart enough to figure it out.
anyone have the 650 version?
Here is the direct link to the movie:
Whenever I'm trying to watch it via QuickTime, my MBP drops the wireless connection. Never happened before...
For better viewing
can anyone record it and make a copy on some other places, I can NEVER watch keynotes hosted on apple.com from over here in France...
a .torrent of the HD version would be grate.
where can i download this for my iPod?
I loose audio after the 15 second mark... the vid keeps playing but no sound. anyone else find this? Anyone got any idea why that would happen?
i second this motion! except it would be great instead of 'grate'
is it possible to save the stream? or let it buffer first?