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Hi all. The wait is finally over so here we go: lcgm8.blogspot.com Those links lead to http://www.payloadz.com
where the files are. Some are free some are cheap. The ones that you can purchase can be bought via Paypal. Part of the sales will go to the Tali Open organizers.
Please make sure that your computer has enough free hard drive space to store the videos on. They are large. They are rar packed so you need to open it with a compatible program such as WinRar. The output is another large file so you really do need to have a lot of room. Over double of the download. The output is an ISO image file of a DVD that can be viewed directly with VLC or other video player that can play ISO files. Or the ISO file can be burned to a DVD disc with a burning software such as Nero.
When we get newer videos of different events up for sale the sales will help those events. Part of the price goes to Paypal and Payloadz. We talked of giving 50 Euro cents per sold video to Tali Open organization. I've spent about 4000 USD of my money to equipment and getting to the competitions to film instead of competing in 2009 and 2010 and lcgm8 and mafa have had a lot of costs as well. I can't tell exactly how many hours i've spent on Tali Open but it's closer to 200 than 100. Juha has literally spent over a thousand hours. I hope you see that these videos are done to promote the sport. We aren't getting rich by doing this i think. We probably won't break even with sales of later competitions either. This is done for everyone not for ourselves. I hope you can entice a lot of new players to the sport by showing them these videos
We encourage other videographers to give back to the sport to support the organizers and hopefully adding to the pot so that the players get a bigger paycheck. This is a nice way to support the sport and everybody wins. It will promote frisbee spirit by supporting the organizers showing them that they are doing a good job and we appreciate their job. And if we can make their job easier we will. Because you get to see the videos you'll get to enjoy while helping. How cool is that?
Tali was our first joint project and we've learned a lot so the later events and especially those from 2010 are going to improve in many ways. We have better cameras now and have learned a lot. We hope you like what you see. Lcgm8 is progressing with 720 resolution BD version of Tali Open but we can't promise a release date yet.
Yours sincerely also on behalf of lcgm8 (Juha) and mafa (Matti)
PS Tell everyone of this and help the sport thank you.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.