20 seconds. [840k] Progressive Streaming QuickTime (Sorenson 320 x 240)
In January of 1993, I associate produced a video for Hearst Studio 5, which is on the same lot as WCVB-TV in Boston's west suburb town of Needham. It's funny to look at this, a video simulation of a cooking CD-ROM which Peggy Allen, a producer at Studio 5, was doing for Good Housekeeping, one of Hearst's magazines (as I recall). This was shot on BetaSP and edited in Studio 5's CMX suite, on one-inch video. This was back in the days when the IIci was the hottest personal computer from Apple, running QuickTime 1.5 or thereabouts. Windows users thought 3.1 was way cool and CD-ROMs were going to be a huge market. Note the dull interface design and cheesy muzak. Like I said, it's funny to look at now, almost a decade later. Courtesy of WCVB-TV.
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