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Using Zzap 64 in a video

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Hi there,

I'm currently finishing up a Youtube video review on the Commodore 64, detailing it's back story.

I wanted to use a couple of scans from Zzap64 issue one, and wanted to check whether it was ok to put them in the video. I will, of course, link back to this site in the description.

In any case, I'll post the video here when it's up.

Thanks!

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No worries. A link is always nice and do post the link to the video when it's finished.
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Much appreciated! :D

The video is up at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3grRR9-XHXg

Thank you!
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Just watched it. Great stuff! I especially liked the bit where you were confused by the disk drive and couldn't figure out where the tape went and your dancing reflection in the TV when loading the games! :-)

You did your research with the tech specs etc. which is great to see.
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Nice video. And I'm jealous if that's your C128.
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andy vaisey wrote:Nice video. And I'm jealous if that's your C128.
Oh yes, same here. Some very nice looking machines. Retro Bright or just well kept?
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nostalgianerd wrote:Much appreciated! :D

The video is up at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3grRR9-XHXg

Thank you!
What a brilliant, thoughtfully made video. Thanks for sharing!

I'm the admin of the commodoreformatarchive.com site, so was great to see a mention of CF/Simon Forrester too. I'll give it a share on our social media and the site over the weekend.

All the best!
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Very nice indeed. Bit long though.
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I like the long videos, my son likes watching LeoKimVideo stuff and his videos can be almost an hour long. Must be good for the attention span or something :)
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I wish I hadn't clicked that.... argh
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You watched the chicken video? Probably not a good one to watch first!! :)
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