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Who is your favorite Toa?


It's Not Just For PCs Anymore...
Posted by Purple_Dave on August 10, 2001 at 10:04 PM CST:
I unzipped the copy he sent me and tried it out. I attempted to assemble the six-part video into one file, but I don't know if my copy of Quicktime? is outdated, or if the PC version doesn't have the same features as the Mac version. Regardless, I was unable to assemble the united video. Of course, since I own a PC, I can just use the program straight off the mini-CD.

This interface doesn't give you everything that you get on the mini-CD, but it gives you the uber-cool TOA videos in a flashy clickable interface that has a much nicer look to it than a simple folder full of QT icons. This interface is written in cross-platform languages, so the program itself should work on pretty much any computer that can download it.

Well, enough with the talk. Download it now.

UPDATE: It turns out that you will probably need to have Quicktime? Pro in order to edit the six-part video sequence together into one video. Jordan has it, I don't, and it's possible that it has nothing to do with your OS.

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