This is the video Glen Newton created for the ACFA 2003 Annual Awards banquet. It has no sound because Nicki Sage and Glen Newton sang a duet to the tune of "Pretty Woman" while the video played. (Hum it to yourself while watching: "Pretty kitty, walkin' down the street ...")
The video is about 3 minutes long, ending with 15 seconds of the ACFA logo.
|This version is 160 x 120 pixels. It should play smoothly if your internet connection can sustain about 34K bits per second (Kbps).|
||This version is 320 x 240 pixels and has significantly better video quality. You will need a connection capable of sustaining about 225Kbps, which you may have with ISDN or a cable connection.|
|QuickTime (6397KB)||This version is 160x120 pixels, but the video quality is very good. It needs a 35Kbps data rate, which you may have with a 56K modem.|
|QuickTime (8184KB)||This version is 320x240 pixels and needs a higher data rate.|
|Windows Media (939KB)||This version is 160x120 pixels. It should play smoothly if your internet connection can sustain about 42Kbps.|
|Windows Media (5396KB)||This version is 320 x 240 pixels and has significantly better video quality. You will need a connection capable of sustaining about 256Kbps, which you may have with ISDN or a cable connection.|
Technical notes: The version presented at the annual was 39MB in size and rendered at 640 x 480 pixels. The ones above are more suitable for streaming video or downloading. They should stream while playing, starting before the file is completely downloaded to your computer. If you don't have sufficient speed for streaming video, you may be able to download the video and play it from your computer. Depending on your Internet browser, you may be able to right-click on the words "QuickTime" or "Windows Media" and select "Save Link As..." or "Save Target As..." or "Save Link Target As...", then choose a destination on your computer. Because the RealVideo links refer to the video indirectly, this technique doesn't work for the RealVideo files.
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