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boatofcar 17 September 2019 18:30

Talking Amiga with Retro Man Cave
 
https://youtu.be/invOPt7QqiU

A nice candid chat about the origins of The Cave, the role of the Amiga, and more!

005AGIMA 18 September 2019 09:47

Nice. It's on my "watch later" list so that I can enjoy it on my TV. My preferred method with all high quality content ;)

gimbal 18 September 2019 11:03

Hm. I should make the effort to log into my account on my media box so I can use that watch later trick... Inputting complicated passwords with a TV remote is such a bother :)

005AGIMA 18 September 2019 11:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by gimbal (Post 1346257)
Hm. I should make the effort to log into my account on my media box so I can use that watch later trick... Inputting complicated passwords with a TV remote is such a bother :)

No need. Depending on which lounge Im in, I use YouTube on xbox360 (troublesome) or PS4 (much more reliable).

I dont bother "logging in" to YouTube on either.

I am however logged into YouTube on my phone.

So I simply cast from my phone to the TV via the console.

The same would work to a smart TV or a Chromecast I'm sure.

The cool / dangerous thing is, you can then keep browsing videos on the phone and add them to the que, as from that point, the phone isn't actual playing. It's just acting as a controller. :D

Anubis 18 September 2019 12:37

If you have NVidia Shield, it works as chromecast as well.

But as 005AGIMA has already said, this can be very dangerous and can take many hours of your life... :cheese

NorthWay 18 September 2019 18:23

I don't know what kind of 1992 chipsets he's been told about, but it doesn't rhyme with any I've ever heard of that was available.
In fact, the only other than OCS/ECS/AGA I know of is the AAA prototype chips that Dave Haynie had in his test rig.

seuden 18 September 2019 19:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by NorthWay (Post 1346337)
I don't know what kind of 1992 chipsets he's been told about, but it doesn't rhyme with any I've ever heard of that was available.
In fact, the only other than OCS/ECS/AGA I know of is the AAA prototype chips that Dave Haynie had in his test rig.

Hombre?

NorthWay 19 September 2019 15:52

Hombre was more like a 1994 paper-idea, and not a release possibility in 1992.

005AGIMA 20 September 2019 12:07

Finally sitting in front of my telly and watching this interview.

FAN-BLOODY-TASTIC!!!!!

Well done!

Neil is such an awesome bloke.

Anubis 20 September 2019 13:26

Classical Amiga tale - had wife... ex wife... :)

Cool interview.

005AGIMA 21 September 2019 08:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anubis (Post 1346704)
Classical Amiga tale - had wife... ex wife... :)

Cool interview.

I need to shape up. I'm still on my first.

..she is hot though :D

xubidoo 21 September 2019 22:32

Enjoyed that ,great to hear about his humble start, also subbed to the Amigos while i was at it :D


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