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Old 15 December 2019, 20:04   #1
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Titanic lost footage found on Amiga from Apollo 13 set

More information at Retro Recipes
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Just download the HDF backup down there

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https://archive.org/details/titanicamiga

This is by far the greatest amiga discovery since Warhol's amiga floppies.

EDIT2: These are PAR hdf images. As it stores 4:2:2 compressed video no possible recovery atm. Any chances?

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Old 16 December 2019, 20:07   #2
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What is it ? I don't understand and I don't want to watch this video.
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Old 16 December 2019, 20:10   #3
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Wait is it footage from the film Titanic? I'm sure this is highly copyrighted and not free to distribute and putting it here is a problem.
Whoever worked at a film doesn't own a film, and as such cannot transfer any rights to the footage.

Cameron's gonna have a field day with this.
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Nah, is this some development stuff with the Amiga involved. James wouldn't care anyway. The Amiga went into the garbage.
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Wait is it footage from the film Titanic? I'm sure this is highly copyrighted and not free to distribute and putting it here is a problem.
Whoever worked at a film doesn't own a film, and as such cannot transfer any rights to the footage.

Cameron's gonna have a field day with this.
I didn't notice this. Thank you.
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Wait is it footage from the film Titanic?
It is raw video material that was filmed through the film camera's eyepiece for quick inspection before the film was developed. This is (technically low quality) collector's material and in no way hurts the economic value of the actual product.
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I didn't notice this. Thank you.
There's absolutely no issue linking to archive.org, just as there's no issue linking to YouTube.
Its the responsibility of the host site to deal with infringing uploads.
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All the legal copyright stuff is explained in the video if you watch it.
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What is it ? I don't understand and I don't want to watch this video.
"I don't want to look at what you posted, please produce a transcript detailing it to me"


Anyway, the video was incredible. And as a piece of Amiga history, the way they used those 4000's was very cool.
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