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A (Mega) Blast From The Past

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This is a blast from the past. Years ago I wanted to attempt at making a video commercial about AROS and it's applications. I had no experience of making videos so I just used what was available on a Windows 7 computer. Windows Movie Maker, VMware Player, and the now defunct AROS Max distribution (remember that one? I think I still have the ISO somewhere).

I tried to show as many applications as possible and make it last for the duration of the magnificent soundtrack of Xenon II Mega Blast remixed by Dazze available on AmigaRemix.com at the time. The video was uploaded before Youtube became an integral part of the Google domain and I have since lost access to that account.

In a funny twist, I was not expecting a large audience as the video quality is very poor and first attempt was not quite clean in the cuts, etc. etc. However, it is sporting a 14,991 views and some very good comments below. The soundtrack does all the heavy lifting it seems Wink


Edited by amigamia on 25-05-2020 09:39, 2 years ago
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