View Full Version : WOASE Audio Files now Available!
11-06-2002, 01:38 PM
Finally the wait is over, head on over to: http://amiga.merseine.nu/woase
for list of mirrors offering Audio downloads from Hyperion, Eyetech, Amiga Presentations/Announcements as well as the "after show" Q&A session.
11-06-2002, 04:41 PM
Who was the speaker for the "AOS 4" subject?
11-06-2002, 05:26 PM
That was Ben Hermans.
11-06-2002, 05:57 PM
I'm still waiting to download that huge video but there are still no mirrors and the original server seems to be down... :-?
11-06-2002, 06:11 PM
I liked to see Fleecy and Ben side by side answering the questions, specially the issue about DE/OS integration, it gave me the impression that they're coordinated and in sync with each other, and this is very good.
11-06-2002, 06:30 PM
Best audio quality I've heard for years.
Which one do you mean? There are two large video files.
There is also a third video file which is smaller.
I have that one and the four audio files. They are available
They will also be available via edonkey (http://www.edonkey2000.com)
11-07-2002, 01:29 AM
Where are these (large) video files? I can't find them at all. Founnd the audio files and the smaller video file, but not the larger one... :-(
11-07-2002, 01:58 AM
Also, what codec is being used for your small video file?
The divx file is there now. Andromeda didn't recognize .divx as a media file. ha, fixed that.
The other large video file I'm having problems getting from the only mirror I know has it. I keep getting errors and termination via FTP and if I try the web it says I don't have permission, but it's just that one file. I'm going to see if I can email the guy about it.
I'm thinking divx as it played in the Dixv player 2.0 and not in Windows Media player.
Listened through everything last night (sacrificing a lot of sleep). Anyway, very informative, I liked all the speeches, and the Q and A session as well.
Alan Redhouse's speech finally cleared up the coupon issue for me, and I can now order an AmigaOne without fear of loosing my money needlessly. Additionally it was interesting to hear a little about what had been going on behind the scenes with the AmigaOne. He sounded like a very straightforward and honest guy.
Fleecy Moss' speech was short and sweet, and answered what I needed to know about the goings-on at AInc. I also found him to be refreshingly honest (he actually admitted that he thought the coupons was a bad idea). I particularly liked the bit about the gamecards.
Ben Hermans delivered a very good and informative speech. He actually made me chuckle a couple of times, which is quite an achievment. AmigaOS4 is what I had heard most about earlier on, so no big surprises, but a good summary of what was known and a few interesting new bits.
So overall, listening through this was well worth the time. It seems the Amiga is in good hands.
11-07-2002, 05:09 AM
The Audio was very fine!! Last time i downloaded a keynote speach or something like it, i had to listen very hard and still didnt catch it all...
Did anyones else's OS4 audio file stop just after the DivX stuff kinda suddenly?
Ahh well, i've heard it all before, i just love hearing Ben's voice... :) - its good to hear people speaking positivly about the OS!!!
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