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OneRiver Media
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Postby OneRiver Media » Thu Jun 22, 2006 10:19 pm

^ OMG, I think I used the, "it'll be better for my future" bit to my parents too when I was a kid!!! (regarding computer upgrades of course)

One year I got a box of Memorex 5.25" floppies in *assorted* colors for Christmas. Yeah, I was pimpin' it.

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Postby motiondrops » Thu Jun 22, 2006 10:26 pm

It was that frase that got me my first mac. My father was/is very old school and he wanted me to take typing classes before buying the computer. Either he saw my "desperation" or that frase really did work.

By the way, one river, like your logo a lot.

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Postby VJ Anomolee » Fri Jun 23, 2006 12:15 am

Ha, thats hilarious Revostock1!
Crack in to the schools computer system to change your grades ala WarGames that is definitly classic!

-One river media: I have a working VIC20 sitting right here on my shelf if your interested in owning one again! : )http://www.innervisionhd.com/ebay/VIC_20/eBay/Commodore%20VIC-20%20Antique%20Video%20game%20system.html

So, Since we are all taking a stroll down memory lane, here is my list:
(from the point that I became a switcher)
1.iMac DV+ indigo blue- learned Final cut pro in one week for shooting a fake car commercial in a speech class when i first started college..
2. iBook G3 600mhz (white) - realized the power of OSX
3. powerbook 12 inch
4. dual 2.5 G5+ 30'apple display- the 30 incher is Def. worth the xtra cash.

Now that I own the HVX200 Im in need of a laptop again. So- I want to sell my G5, to afford a macbook pro - If anyone is interested contact me (anomolee@yahoo.com)

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Postby motiondrops » Fri Jun 23, 2006 12:20 am

Are you planning to sell the monitor?

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Postby VJ Anomolee » Fri Jun 23, 2006 12:35 am

No, i want to keep the monitor.
But if someone can give nearly what i paid for the monitor also, I could probably see my way to parting with it.

The G5 is loaded with all the extras

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Postby OneRiver Media » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:03 pm

motiondrops wrote:By the way, one river, like your logo a lot.


Thanks dude. :mrgreen: I like your's too... simple and clean is always a favorite in my book. Speaking of which, when are you posting your footage on revostock? Your clips are schweeeeet.

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Postby motiondrops » Fri Jun 23, 2006 3:11 pm

Thanks man :) .My footage will be up soon, I do not have a timeframe set, but hopefuly in the days to come. I been pretty busy lately. :shock: I will let you know.

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Postby VJ Anomolee » Sat Jun 24, 2006 11:11 am

Hey motiondrops
just saw your upload
nice work!


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Postby fallendragon » Sat Jun 24, 2006 5:44 pm

Great stuff, motiondrops. I especially like the "Wispy Black" one.
H. Keith Hamilton
kham4002@mac.com

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Postby motiondrops » Sun Jun 25, 2006 12:43 am

Thanks guys, your comments are very much appreciated. You will see more in the days to come. It is just too much clips.......hopefully this clips will contribute to the growing REVOLUTION.

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Postby OneRiver Media » Sun Jun 25, 2006 1:58 am

^ Glad to see the clips are getting uploaded. When Craig first told me about you, your link and that you were going to upload, I was like, "cool stuff!" Definitely adds diversity to the site.

I'm especially happy you shot that stuff in progressive mode with your DVX100. It breaks my heart when people shoot interlaced on a DVX100. :roll:


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Postby Fiftyseven » Sun Jul 23, 2006 5:59 am

Hey Kids, Mac user since 85. I remember using Freehand v2. - Manipulating a font live online - wow! And remember Photoshop: no layers, no history palette?

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Postby RWM - MEDIA » Sun Jul 23, 2006 4:25 pm

Well, I'm so &%§# old!
I start on a Sinclair ZX81 (AND STILL HAVE ONE OF THESE MODELS)!

than... Commodore VC20 (VIC20) with a Datarecorder and later with a Floppy - Apple I - Apple II - and after that time ONLY PC's. Right now I'm editing (Discreet EDIT6) on a older dual PIII (2x1GHz) with my full Matox Digisuite. My second editing/compositing station is on a dual Xenon (2x3 GHz) with PPro 2.0 etc. and for Graphics/Business and Internet I use a P4 (3.8GHz) and a Laptop.

Before you ask: Yes - I was one of blinds who buy Discreed Edit 6 only 9 months befor they kill that Program! Yes - I hate me for that but I hate my Dealer much more! And @ last, I pay the full prize for that programm! :cry:
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Postby Motivity Pictures » Wed Sep 06, 2006 8:34 pm

that is so sweet looking...

OneRiver Media wrote:
motiondrops wrote:Mac User Here for 11 years and counting! :D


Werd. 8)

My first Mac was a Mac Classic in 1990. I used Apple IIe's prior to that. But my first computer I layed hands on was a Commodore PET in 1982.

Dig the "Datasette" cassette drive.

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Holy crap, I guess I've been using comptuers for [gulp] 24 years now. :shock:

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Postby OneRiver Media » Thu Sep 07, 2006 3:46 am

Heh, no joke. And just think... you'll never get a blue screen of death with that sexy green screen! LOL :lol:

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