log in | register | forums
Show:
Go:
Forums
Username:

Password:

User accounts
Register new account
Forgot password
Forum stats
List of members
Search the forums

Advanced search
Recent discussions
- Recent Rougol talks released on youtube (News:)
- A different kind of Archive Show report (News:2)
- September News round-up (News:)
- What is your current RISC OS setup? (Justin Fletcher) (News:5)
- Getting EFF2 fonts installed on RISC OS 5.24 (Gen:4)
- Demo party release of RISC OS demo (News:)
- Stuart Swales talks to Rougol online (News:)
- PhotoFiler get first update in 12 years (News:6)
- RISC OS Direct Videos -4. Networking (News:)
- Own a Unique Silver Deuce Case... for Charity (News:1)
Related articles
- USB DVD Drive
- Wakefield Show - Saturday report [updated]
- A6 A75
- Wakefield Theatre Program Revealed
- More show news
- Wakefield Show 2009
- Wakey Wakey, it's show time again!
- A9 gets bluetooth
- 50,000 shares, Iyonix Select and a Belated Happy Birthday
- The Show *will* go on
Latest postings RSS Feeds
RSS 2.0 | 1.0 | 0.9
Atom 0.3
Misc RDF | CDF
Site Search
 
Article archives
The Icon Bar: News and features: Wakefield Show Movies
 

Wakefield Show Movies

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 10:02, 4/3/2003 | , , , ,
 
Following interest in movies of recent shows on South-East Show DVD thread in our forums, Stuart Tyrrell has made available some movies from the Wakefield show on his website.

The movies are in DivX format, which means you'll have to view them on a PC, use that beta version of Cineroma, or pester^H^H^H^H^H^Hask very nicely to see if David can't release a more public beta :)
 

  Wakefield Show Movies
  tribbles (10:27 4/3/2003)
  rich (10:30 4/3/2003)
    tribbles (10:45 4/3/2003)
      stdevel (10:46 4/3/2003)
        monkeyson2 (10:53 4/3/2003)
          andypoole (11:03 4/3/2003)
            tribbles (11:06 4/3/2003)
              stdevel (12:40 4/3/2003)
                danielbarron (21:35 5/3/2003)
                  stdevel (22:27 5/3/2003)
                    andypoole (23:08 5/3/2003)
                      danielbarron (00:53 6/3/2003)
                        ToiletDuck (09:43 6/3/2003)
                          moss (17:34 6/3/2003)
                            Cheesecake Triangle (08:37 9/3/2003)
 
Jason Tribbeck Message #91896, posted by tribbles at 10:27, 4/3/2003
tribbles
Captain Helix

Posts: 929
Nice to know Stuart's been using his valuable time wisely ;-)
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Richard Goodwin Message #91897, posted by rich at 10:30, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91896
Rich
Webmaster
The Icon Bar

Posts: 6804
Yeah, they'd be alright except this weird beardy bloke in a red shirt keeps getting in the way of the camera ;)
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Jason Tribbeck Message #91898, posted by tribbles at 10:45, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91897
tribbles
Captain Helix

Posts: 929
He needs a time on there too (so I can see when Rich and I turned up)...
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Stuart Tyrrell Message #91899, posted by stdevel at 10:46, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91898
www.stdevel.co.uk
Posts: 279
You both know the DIVx's have been done for ages (25th May last year), and I won't accept comments about dress sense or dodgy beards from strange leather trenchcoat man ;)
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Phil Mellor Message #91900, posted by monkeyson2 at 10:53, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91899
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

Posts: 12380
The RISC OS community being as prompt in releasing stuff as ever then...

Still trying to find me. I don't think I stood in the same place for long enough.

  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Andrew Poole Message #91901, posted by andypoole at 11:03, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91900

Posts: 5552
I'm having the same problem :(
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Jason Tribbeck Message #91902, posted by tribbles at 11:06, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91901
tribbles
Captain Helix

Posts: 929
And at 9:08 on Saturday, you can see Rich and myself arrive (at 9:10, I'm behind the pole).

We disappear at 9:22 (after realising that Stu's a little busy).

I'm sure we went back later, but my memory's a little hazy (maybe we were off camera)...

  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Stuart Tyrrell Message #91903, posted by stdevel at 12:40, 4/3/2003, in reply to message #91902
www.stdevel.co.uk
Posts: 279
3fps copies are now up. If anyone wants me to show a still of them at 640x480 (original resolution), please give me a time, what file, and a caption, and I'll publish them (when I've completed other work!)
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Daniel Barron Message #91904, posted by danielbarron at 21:35, 5/3/2003, in reply to message #91903
Member
Posts: 19
People just could not stop grabbing their pole!
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Stuart Tyrrell Message #91905, posted by stdevel at 22:27, 5/3/2003, in reply to message #91904
www.stdevel.co.uk
Posts: 279
This year I'm taking along the electric fence power-pack and connecting it up. Just for amusement value ;-)
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Andrew Poole Message #91906, posted by andypoole at 23:08, 5/3/2003, in reply to message #91905

Posts: 5552
I'll make a note of that :)

NOTE: Do not touch Stuart Tyrell's pole.

  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Daniel Barron Message #91907, posted by danielbarron at 00:53, 6/3/2003, in reply to message #91906
Member
Posts: 19
Touch a pole with a STD? No thanks ;)
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Mark Quint Message #91908, posted by ToiletDuck at 09:43, 6/3/2003, in reply to message #91907
Ooh ducky!Quack Quack
Posts: 1016
Danger, Danger, High Voltage!? :O
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
John Hoare Message #91909, posted by moss at 17:34, 6/3/2003, in reply to message #91908

Posts: 9348
Here I am, ready to make things filthy...oh, too late.
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 
Cheesecake Triangle Message #91910, posted at 08:37, 9/3/2003, in reply to message #91909
Unregistered user Cheesecake Triangle's tip of the day: You can use ^W to delete the last word rather than pressing backspace for the amount of characters in the word.
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
 

The Icon Bar: News and features: Wakefield Show Movies