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GM Debate? Exclusive Indymedia Video

R2R | 20.07.2003 02:23 | Bio-technology | Indymedia | Technology

During the six weeks worth of public debates, our roving reports attended almost a dozen sperate events and interviewed people leaving the debates to find out what they thought.
This 25 minute video gives you an insight into public opinion about the government consultation exercise and the state of our democracy...

25 minute divx version (320 x 240, 10 fps), approx 19mb

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High quality Real Video version

20.07.2003 10:42

Follow this link for high bandwidth Realvideo version of the film.

85 mb - meant to stream, but it doesn't


Thanks for the real alternative

21.07.2003 12:09

Thanks for the tip. That alternative to RealPlayer is great. Real Player was slowing my system right down and connnectiong to the net uninvited. The Media Player Clasic I downloaded from is great - it plays Quicktime videos as well.

Anyway, I watched you video but it didn't stream, I had to download it. Is that right?


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31.12.2009 22:38

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