By Dave Huth
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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Lorem Ipsum, Part 7 of 15




Lorem Ipsum, part 7 of 15

This is part 7 of a 15-part story released in series through my videoblog. A new part will be released every few days. When the last part is released, the whole story will be available for download.

In part 7, Garrison stops by the local newspaper office where he used to work.

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Comments on "Lorem Ipsum, Part 7 of 15"

 

Anonymous David said ... (11/02/2005 8:59 PM) : 

Trying to watch the video however Firefox keeps crashing on my less than 30 seconds in.

I guess the lastest version of Quicktime 7 for Windows isnt really all it's cracked up to be.

 

Anonymous David said ... (11/03/2005 11:15 AM) : 

Wow...apologies for the typos.

Fixed...

"Trying to watch the video however Firefox keeps crashing on me less than 30 seconds in.

I guess the latest version of Quicktime 7 for Windows isnt really all it's cracked up to be."

As an update. Most H.264 compressed movies crash Firefox on my machine if they are larger resolutions. Don't quite understand as my machine is a P4 3.0 with 2 gigs of memory so it should be able to handle it rather easily.

 

Blogger Dave H. said ... (11/03/2005 5:11 PM) : 

yes this is frustrating. H264 is punchy on the new video enabled iPod as well. It is such a visually fantastic codec with sall file sizes, even though it is processor intensive. I hope that devices and player software across the board can adjust soon. In the meantime I'm trying to figure out how to compress my videos so that they are as friendly as possible. Thanks for being inetrested, and keep stopping by to see if I've made any headway.

 

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