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    The other link to the Gevaert video

    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa Umut Sarac View Post
    Marco ,

    Thank you for your efforts. I clicked the link in Istanbul and it said I did not install Silverlight . I am using chrome and ie6.

    Umut
    Sorry, Silverlight is an optional module from Microsoft, a bit like Flash I guess... You can download and install it if you run Windows:

    http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/

    I guess it is standard part of Windows 7...

    Here is the other link to the Gevaert video, where you can watch it in Windows Media, or Real player format:
    (Please note this link will resize your browser window to a smaller format to view the video, this is normal, enlarge with the maximize button if needed)
    Other link to Gevaert video

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    Marco ,

    Everything worked flawlessly with your new link and I was able to watch it. At film , color movie excerpts are interesting and an color picture was like black , white and red and slightly brown. No other color was visible. I had been used color AGFA negative film and everything was like light blue , brown and fluorescent red. I think their taste to strong red color separation never changed. Thats why , documentary was very interesting to me.

    Thank you Marco and I wish you are fine. I did not see your posts at this summer too frequently.

    Best ,
    Umut

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