Final Cut Pro X Hands On First Look WARNING: this video is a little long and rambling. I did it all in real time as I was exploring the new Final Cut Pro X. More videos coming soon.
The First Macintosh A documentary of Steve Jobs and the Macintosh. The end of the clip shows the inside of a Macintosh case with all of the teams signatures. I have personally had one apart and they are there. Steve Jobs is somewhat ***y at first, but catches himself right away. He has always been way ahead of his time.
Steve Jobs introduces Macintosh - FULL EVENT (1984) On January 24th 1984, Steve Jobs introduced Macintosh at the Apple's Annual Shareholders Meeting. This is the full video of the event which can be quite lengthy at times. Key moments: The unveiling (xx.xx), Steve was 29 years old.
'1984' Apple Macintosh Commercial (Full advert, Hi-Quality) This is the full video of '1984', the commercial released by Apple on 22nd January 1984, during the Third Quarter of Super Bowl XVIII. This was it's only day time release; Other screenings were in the cinema's. For those confused, it is based on George Orwells book 1984, in which society is controlled by Big Brother and is being watched/heard night and day. On top of this, they are fuelled with hatred for the past and other societies other than their own. '1984' the commercial is based around one of the Two Minute Hate scenes, in which Apples case, the young woman in red shorts is suggesting Apple Macintosh will give people freedom in computing like never before (IBM was the main competitor at the time). The crowd of emotionless people are the members of the Big Brother society, taking in all the propaganda. The old chap in the large screen is Big Brother. Thanks for looking!
Stronger | My Little Pony: Big Macintosh | Speed Art Enjoy the song :D Any help would be awesome, be sure to comment and check out my DA : See they whole picture here : Song by 30 Seconds to Mars And sorry about Big Mac's face :3
1983 Apple Macintosh Dating Game See Bill Gates participating in the "Macintosh Software Dating Game" played at the Apple Event in 1983. This funny video is an excerpt of the D5 Conference video available on iTunes.
Game Review: "Go 1.0" for Macintosh by Go Software Studio In this video I review "Go 1.0" for the Macintosh by Go Software Studio. It sux. It's also two bucks. Download the CGoban 3 client from KGS Go instead. It's totally free, and doesn't suck. For more gaming, adventures, fiction, and more, check out my website at, To check out my blog on Tumblr visit, To follow me on Twitter, visit,
How To: Download and Install ConceptDraw for Macintosh ConceptDraw software delivers incredibly powerful integration features that streamline everyday workflows and unlock creativity. This video gives you step by step instructions on how to download and install ConceptDraw software on a Macintosh operating system.
The Lost 1984 Video: young Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh The Original 1984 Macintosh Introduction: the magic moment, when Steve Jobs unveils the Macintosh and releases it from its bag. We've found these historical lost videos in 2004 and restored and published them to the world on January 24., 2005, when the Mac became 21 years old. Read the story of this wonderful discovery here: www.mac- Uploaded by TextLab, the original discoverers and restorers.
Original Macintosh Design Team Interview Snippets Snippets from interviews with members of the original Macintosh design team, recorded in October 1983 for projected TV commercials that were never used. Featuring Burrell Smith, Andy Hertzfeld, George Crow, Bill Atkinson and Mike Murray. Chiat Day self: Burrell Smith self: Andy Hertzfeld self: George Crow self: Bill Atkinson self: Mike Murray
DSLR Lenses For Video Here is a basic overview for beginners on which type of lenses I recommend as the best for DSLR video shooters. 24-70mm L: goo.gl 50mm USM: goo.gl 50mm: goo.gl 10-20mm Sigma: goo.gl 11-16mm Tokina: goo.gl Canon 60D:goo.gl
Happy Holidays from Wayne MacIntosh NSAR's president, Wayne MacIntosh and his special message for our valued members.
Booting A Macintosh Plus To Disk Insert A short video (with sound) showing the screen of a Macintosh Plus during the initial boot sequence, up to where the "insert disk" flashing icon is presented.
System 6 Boot on a Macintosh Plus Short video of starting a Macintosh Plus on System 6 running from a floppy
LGR - SimAnt - Macintosh Game Review Way before The Sims and Sim City 2000, there was SimAnt by Will Wright and Maxis. Ever wanted to control your ant farm, instead of just watching it? Now you can, in this review of: Sim Ant for Mac The goal of these "Lazy Game Reviews" videos is to see how quick I can crank out a review after a long day at work, with short reviews based on a game or theme of games (this one is a single game, Sim Ant for Apple Macintosh, played on an LC575).
Welcome To Macintosh "Welcome to Macintosh" is the first documentary of its kind to mix history, criticism and an unapologetic revelry of all things Apple into a movie experience. The film explores the early years of Apple, the many challenges Apple has faced, and what the future may hold for the company and it's products. Ex-Apple employees, engineers and community members offer insight on the company's innovations, failures, cultural impact and what the future may be like beyond the reign of its co-founder Steve Jobs. Interviews include notable Apple personalities Andy Hertzfeld, co-creator of the original Macintosh, Guy Kawasaki, long time Mac evangelist, Leander Kahney, author of the book "Cult of Mac", Jim Reekes, creator of the Macintosh start-up sound and Ron Wayne, original co-founder of the Apple Computer Company.
Gamer Mouse - Vette! Review - Macintosh Well, reuploaded due to YouTube balking at my parody audio. Tanara Kuranov races across San Francisco and unleashes the Sledgehammer against European supercars in this review of Vette! on the second episode of Gamer Mouse. Vette! DOS gameplay footage from Lazy Game Reviews: /user/phreakindee Brutal Legend gameplay from Trynant: Vette! belongs to Spectrum Holobyte and Sphere Inc., 1989, 1991 Keep up with the latest updates on Gamer Mouse: Subscribe and Like on Facebook: Follow on Twitter:
Griffin Village - Spring (Big Macintosh) + Seasons EP To clear things up: This song isn't about Applejack, this song isn't Fluttermac, the protagonist is a male pegasus, and the focus of the song is Big Macintosh The final chapter of the Griffin Village series is here! I hope it will have been worth the wait! (Thank you all for being so patient!) The protagonist from the previous songs finds that his wings are completely healed! He's ready to head home and leave Ponyville for good. However, a certain pony seems to have him glued to the ground~ Lyrics: I saw you kicking apple trees, I wondered why The apples fell, but not the leaves I came to you, my voice was soft. You asked,"Is there something wrong?" "Yes" I said, but "no" I thought Hold you close to me The apple of my eye Just give me a chance And together we will lie Underneath the trees wind blowing overhead Knowing how we feel So nothing more is said You saw me looking at the sky, you asked me how how it felt, to really fly I'd take you there, up off the ground, but I like it here "Here" has you, and you I've found. Hold you close to me The apple of my eye Just give me a chance And together we will lie Underneath the trees wind blowing overhead Knowing how we feel So nothing more is said Knowing how we feel So nothing more is said I came to you, my voice was soft. You asked,"Is there something wrong?" "no" I said, and "no" I thought You asked me if I feel alone, on the ground if I have you, I'm right at home **ALBUM INFORMATION** The album is available here: jackle-app ...
Macintosh Factory Apple's Macintosh Factory in Fremont, California. Mac SE and Macintosh II used to be produced in this plant. www.macg.co
Time Traveler Found in old film ***********BREAKING NEWS************ If you really doubt the authenticity of this clip, check out the version we had digitally enhanced by artifacting/authenticity professionals!
20th Anniversary Macintosh Promo Jonathan Ive discusses the 20th Anniversary Macintosh
LGR - 3DFX Voodoo2 PC Card in a Macintosh 6400/180 So the Voodoo is an amazing card for older PCs, but what about the Mac? Is it even possible to run a PCI 3D graphics card made for Windows under Mac OS? This is just a quick overview and a test of a 3Dfx Voodoo2 PC card being installed in a Mac Performa 6400 computer, using special Glide extensions. Quake is used for benchmark purposes, because it's awesome. Yes, there were Macintosh versions of the Voodoo cards made, but those are somewhat hard to come by. But this is the testing of a card without the Mac BIOS, originally made for PCs!
Nathan Macintosh- Gun Control Nathan Macintosh speaks on gun control Nov 2012.
[EPRBoE #2] Big Macintosh VS Blueblood ******VOTE LINK IS IN THE DESCRIPTION! DO NOT VOTE IN THE COMMENTS! If you're feeling generous, please donate! Donation Link: All donations go toward funding to help repair my eye! [Explanation below]****** ============================================================== It's been..... 6 months now since I said I'd have this thing done? Yeah. Wishful thinking that was... BUT ON THE BRIGHT SIDE, after several months of brainstorming, writing, recording, tuning and composing, we've finally reached the completion of this piece! I give you the second instalment of the EPRBoE series! This time around, we bring you the match up of Prince Blueblood VS Big Mactintosh! ============================================================== WHO WON? VOTE HERE: CLOSED VOTING CLOSED JUNE 25TH, 2012. WHO'S NEXT? COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT: Allow me to explain. I've randomly chosen two members from the community and, with their permission, I have pit them against eachother in a battle. This is NOT limited to musicians, but rather to icons within the fandom: People everyone should know. This could be artists, musicians, even fanfic writers. You'll have to wait and see what happens! ============================================================== Special Thanks: -BIG THANKS to Mr. David Larsen for constructing one of the finest ***ing beats I have EVER heard. Thank you so much again. You took what I gave you and made it far better than I could have ever imagined. -A huge thanks to Mister ...
1983 Apple Event Bill Gates and Steve Jobs Rare 1983 Apple Event Bill Gates and Steve Jobs (cut unfortunately not complete)
Macintosh Plus- Floral Shoppe ALBUM REVIEW Listen: Chopped and screwed meets AOR, synth funk, contemporary R&B, and new age on this new album from Macintosh Plus. What did you think of this album? Love it? Hate it? Why? What should I review next, eh? http FAV TRACKS: リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー, 数学LEAST FAV TRACK: ブートMACINTOSH PLUS- FLORAL SHOPPE / 2012 / BEER ON THE RUG / PLUNDERPHONICS, EXPERIMENTAL, AMBIENT, SYNTH FUNK, CHOPPED & SCREWED 4/10 Y'all know this is just my opinion, right?
LGR - Macintosh 128k Vintage Computer Review The first Macintosh. Not many computers are this legendary or can make the claim that even being from 1984 its direct descendants are still sold today. But is it worth buying one to a games collector? The Insanely Great Apple Macintosh 128 Computer System Thanks to Killgruz for assistance and inspiration! His rad channel: Lode Runner Banzai Crystal Quest Daleks Mac Bugs! Cairo Shootout
Macintosh Virus Discovered A terrifying account of the first virus for the Macintosh is unleashed on and unsuspecting retail store: Viewer Discretion Advised.
The First iPod Keynote (2001) The first ever iPod being announced by Apple on October 23, 2001. The announcement was made 9 months after iTunes, the music player. The iPod was one of the first digital portable music players ever made.
iMovie Effects A special effects tutorials for iMovie 09 and 11, this one featuring muzzle flashes, blood hits, and explosions. ****Troubleshooting**** see below: - Make sure you have NOT checked "optimize video" when importing - If you are having trouble with the Picture in Picture, check out my response video below - Ensure your Picture in Picture setting is not set to "fit in frame" PRIOR to inserting your footage - If your footage inserts transparent and looks right when you scrub through it, but doesn't play in real time in iMovie, don't worry, it will work fine after export - The most common issue is that the footage isn't actually pre-keyedThe first in my new series ospecial effects tutorials for iMovie 09 and 11, this one featuring muzzle flashes, blood hit, and explosions. ****Troubleshooting****: - Make sure you have NOT checked "optimize video" when importing - If you are having trouble with the Picture in Picture, check out my response video below - Ensure your Picture in Picture setting is not set to "fit in frame" PRIOR to inserting your footage - If your footage inserts transparent and looks right when you scrub through it, but doesn't play in real time in iMovie, don't worry, it will work fine after export - The most common issue is that the footage isn't actually pre-keyed
Vintage Apple Macintosh: Unboxing, Walk Around and Review In this video I do an unboxing and review of the 1988 Apple Macintosh SE FDHD computer. It is 25 years old and still works nicely. The graphic interface is very similar to computers of today. These computers originally retailed for $2800 - $3600 depending on specs. Please rate, comment and subscribe!
1984 Macintosh Commercial i do not own this Commercial video or the content itself. Audiovisual content administered by: 0:01 CableNoticias
Gamer Mouse - Burning Rubber Review - Macintosh Tanara Kuranov smashes through traffic and wishes everyone Happy Holidays in Burning Rubber. Burning Rubber belongs to Jonas Echterhoff, 1996 Need for Speed: Most Wanted belongs to Electronic Arts, 2005 George Carlin: What am I Doing in New Jersey? belongs to George Carlin, 1988 Burnout Paradise belongs to Criterion Games and Electronic Arts, 2008 Keep up with the latest updates on Gamer Mouse: Subscribe and Like on Facebook: Follow on Twitter:
FO:E Radio Play. Music for A Shot in the Dark: The Origin of Lil' Macintosh That's a big title! If you didn't notice, the Fallout Equestria Radio Play team recently released 'A Shot in the Dark' and I did the music. LISTEN IF YOU HAVEN'T! It'll make more sense with the vocals too. Their Facebook and Tumblr: My Facebook and Tumblr: The names of each piece are as such: 1) Family Meetings (0.00) 2) Gun Range (2.13) 3) Prelude to The Funeral (4.03) 4) Think of It as a Gift (4.48) 5) The Funeral (5.54) 6) Dependable (7.19) 7) In the Dark (8.28) Enjoy and check out the Radio Group. Good things will be coming! ART: Acesential! DOWNLOAD:
Macintosh Classic In this retro review we look at the Macintosh Classic. Released in 1990, I think it really was the beginning of Apple's near destruction.
1983 Apple Keynote-The "1984" Ad Introduction Here we see Steve Jobs at a keynote in 1983 showing for the first time ever the famous "1984" ad by Ridley Scott to an exclusive audience. The ad was shown on tv shortly after that only once during the 1984 Superbowl & never aired again & is considered to be one of the greatest ads of all time.
Macintosh Plus video issue Brightness at about 45% looks great. If you turn it up, the top of the screen gets a curve to it, making the menu look as if you changed the font to italics. Any ideas?
Manitoba NDP Cabinet Minister Gord Macintosh With A Holiday Greeting for 2012 Manitoba NDP Cabinet Minister Gord Macintosh With A Holiday Greeting for 2012. Gord is the Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister.
Remy Macintosh ft. Dodad - Bazzerk Audio by Remy Macintosh featuring Dodad Bazzerk. (C) 2012. Twitter: @RemyMacintosh @IamDodad Instagram: @RemyMacintosh @IamDodad Contact: RemyMacintosh@
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Steve Jobs demos Apple Macintosh, 1984 Demo of the first Apple Macintosh by Steve Jobs, January 1984, in front of 3000 people. Andy Hertzfeld captured the moment quite well in his retelling: "Pandemonium reigns as the demo completes. Steve has the biggest smile I've ever seen on his face, obviously holding back tears as he is overwhelmed by the moment. The ovation continues for at least five minutes before he quiets the crowd down."