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Trekiej 
Multimedia CD
Posted on 26-Apr-2019 0:07:39
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Hello.
Where do you think is a good place to buy CD's that have stock video, pictures, etc?
I some some CD's on APC&TCP that look like that is what they had.

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Bugala 
Re: Multimedia CD
Posted on 28-Apr-2019 9:40:00
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@Trekiej

That would depend on where you plan to use them. I for example bought a couple of CDs like that pre-2000 maybe, but they are mainly useless nowadays since today's resolutions are very different from back then.

Basically for modern use, you search from internet. There are both free and commercial stuff, and when it comes to commercial stuff, they usually have a system where you can either buy one for high price, or get access to all of their content for 1 year for more reasonable price (usually however around 200 Euros a year still, so only cheap if you really use them a lot).

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Re: Multimedia CD
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@Bugala

Maybe I need to see what is ocs, ecs, and aga compatible.

A good dvd with enough content to practice video editing would be nice.
I have an old NTSC video camera with composite and s-video output.

I hope to have enough space to tinker with chroma key this summer.

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