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News   News : Videos from CommVEx v6 2010
   posted by RobertB on 14-Oct-2010 7:30:11 (1725 reads)
Videos from the July 24-25 Commodore Vegas Expo v6 2010 have been released. There are still two more videos to be edited and uploaded, but those won't probably be ready until after the Amiwest Show (and then I'll be deep into getting Amiwest videos done).

These videos focus on the presentations done by Commodore and Amiga presenters at the CommVEx. The majority of the videos are in WMV format, the most recently uploaded ones being in MPEG-4. only recently changed its upload policy to accept videos in any format, and with that change, the WMV videos will eventually be replaced with MPEG-4 videos.

Here is each video's subject matter and how to get to them --, V-1541, Comet64 Internet Modem by Greg Alekel

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Enhanced Music Player for the iPad by Keith Henrickson

Commodore Programming Resources by Larry Anderson

Disabling the NMI by Steve Davison

the 1541 Ultimate v2 by Josh Shiflet

The latest on Amiga Computers by Lars Nelson

Commodore 64, VIC-20, and Ham Radio by Roger Van Pelt

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Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group

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Re: Videos from CommVEx v6 2010
Posted on 14-Oct-2010 15:13:00
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Thanks for posting the videos! Out of curiosity, R.J. Mical didn't show up in the end?

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Re: Videos from CommVEx v6 2010
Posted on 14-Oct-2010 17:19:12
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I'm sure RJ had a valid reason! He is a busy man. I'll see what is up though.

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Re: Videos from CommVEx v6 2010
Posted on 14-Oct-2010 17:57:07
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R.J. Mical didn't show up in the end?

Unfortunately, no. So, R.J. owes a video presentation, at least. :)

I'll ask when I see him again,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group

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