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Posted: Wed, 2nd Apr 2003, 10:18pm

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Hey Guys, I haven't been to the AlamDV website for ages, after realising last year that all hope was lost of me getting the program (lack of cash). You know how it is...

But there is still hope, and recent...developments mean that(hopefully)I'll soon be a gold member biggrin

Just one question though, last year there was a lot of talk about AlamDV2 on CD, i managed to find the press release stating that it should be in european mail-order stores by January, but after searching amazon etc I couldn't find it confused .

I did try searching the site, but had to result to askin a question im sure your asked time and time again, so really sorry but, where can I get the AlamDV2 CD from in england.....don't be too harsh neutral
Cheers
Posted: Wed, 2nd Apr 2003, 10:48pm

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For various reasons the AlamDV2 CD never happened, and we're now getting ready to move over to AlamDV3.

All our new programs will be available individually straight from this website, using either credit card or mail order cheque.

We're investigating potential CD options for the (not so near) future, but don't hold your breath...
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 5:35am

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kind of curious tarn, why are you all so reluctant to put these programs on cd? are you worried about software piracy?
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 12:23pm

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Yeah, they are concerned about piracy, there's been lots of debate...

I was going to post a suggestion about the Chrominator on the thread, but it's been locked. I was going to suggest that you could have plugins for it, like mattes specially designed for it, made by users as the AlamDV plugins are. People are always asking for backgrounds of certain things...That would encourage people to buy the program so they can download the mattes. Just a suggestion, but probably you've reached a decision about how you're going to protect Chrominator.

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Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 2:30pm

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Just as a thought....

I would have bought alamdv2 alot sooner if it had been on cd. There is just something that makes you feel like your getting a quality professional product when you have a CD to look and stare at. Like you got something for your money something you can see and touch. Differant from some cheap piece of crap software that you downloaded off the internet.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 2:43pm

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The fact we distribute via the internet is one of the factors that enables us to sell AlamDV2 so cheaply in the first place. I think you'll find that products selling via the internet will become far more commonplace and accepted over the next 5-10 years.

After all, buying a product on a CD is hardly a guarantee of quality either, is it? smile
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 5:24pm

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Tarn wrote:

The fact we distribute via the internet is one of the factors that enables us to sell AlamDV2 so cheaply in the first place.
That's true.

Tarn wrote:

After all, buying a product on a CD is hardly a guarantee of quality either, is it? smile
Yes it is and I know that.....but this is how it was in my case.

ME: can I get alamdv?
MOM:?
ME:mdv, it is this great program for making movies.
MOM:much is it?
ME:ut 70 usd.
MOM:, what do you need to do?
ME:eed your credit card so I can get the serial.
MOM:need my what?!?
ME:r credit card.
MOM:AY I am giving my credit card away over the internet to anyone!
ME: it not just anyone it is Tarn, Shawr and Malone.
MOM: Tarn, Shawr, those names sound questionable to me.
ME: Oh no they're great! let me show you some pictures of them.
(I show her some pictures)
MOM: AHHHHHHH what are they?!?

(weeks later after she gets over the shick of seeong malone)

MOM: Okay Kris, what do you get with this alam thing that you want?
ME: I pay about $70 and I get a serial #
MOM: a what?
ME: a serial it looks something like this "QW58-TIM8-7654-8HG7"
MOM: THAT'S ALL YOU GET? Why would you pay just about $70 for that?
ME: What I would do is downlaod the software from alam's website and then buy the serial to unlock it.
MOM: well, why don't you just download the software? it is free right?
(I hang my head. She will never understand)
ME: Dad can I use your credit card to buy something online?
DAD: sure. just make sure and pay me back


Thank goodness for dads.
(I am guessing that other Moms are like my mom and would preffer a CD)
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 5:44pm

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Cheers guys, shame about the CD but the free upgrade to AlamDV3 is enough compensation... wink

I'm making a film with a friend of mine and we haven't decided who gets the program on their computer yet...i'm guessin Alamdv won't let you have the same serial on two computers.

Thanx again
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 6:41pm

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Hello, I think if alam dv went onto cd it would spoil the community feel to it because the people that know about alam dv on the net are enough. Anyways i think if you put it onto cd it wouldnt be as good and i think you guys are rich enough and keep up the good program and BRING ON ALAM DV 3!

Thanks, Callum.


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Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 6:52pm

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WiRyPoCkEtLiNt wrote:


MOM: Okay Kris, what do you get with this alam thing that you want?
ME: I pay about $70 and I get a serial #
MOM: a what?
ME: a serial it looks something like this "QW58-TIM8-7654-8HG7"
Hey! Hope that isn't an actual serial number for something...hmm... lol

Mel wink
Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2003, 7:02pm

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I don't know, you could try it wink
Posted: Sat, 5th Apr 2003, 2:45pm

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i would happley pay $100 if it was on cd
Posted: Sat, 5th Apr 2003, 5:47pm

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WiRyPoCkEtLiNt wrote:

I don't know, you could try it wink
Yehey!!! It worked for 3D STUDIO MAX! (just kidding) biggrin

Mel wink lol
Posted: Sun, 4th May 2003, 3:45pm

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you guys are so funny... As A matter of fact I got my AlamDV software really quick... In fact it was My Mom who let me get it... So you see not all moms are the same... Mine is fat and saggy but I dunno about yours! (not an insult just A reason for moms not been the same)
Posted: Sun, 4th May 2003, 6:13pm

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Hey, Mellifluous, you should not even put examples of serial codes down... who knows... you could have typed in A bank safe code... All I am saying is do not put examples of codes as they could be for anything... you dont know that and neither do I! just watch wat u say ok! confused
Posted: Sun, 4th May 2003, 6:16pm

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wow. I'm too tired to tackle that little gem . . . I'll leave it someone else. . .
Posted: Mon, 5th May 2003, 1:54am

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darth_paul_goku wrote:

So you see not all moms are the same... Mine is fat and saggy but I dunno about yours!
I pity your mum, dude; I really do lol
Posted: Mon, 5th May 2003, 3:09am

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darth_paul_goku wrote:

Hey, Mellifluous, you should not even put examples of serial codes down... who knows... you could have typed in A bank safe code... All I am saying is do not put examples of codes as they could be for anything... you dont know that and neither do I! just watch wat u say ok! confused
Ha Ha, good joke. confused
Posted: Mon, 5th May 2003, 4:22am

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I really don't understand why having it on a CD is so much better. You'd have to pay more for getting not much more. If you show your parents the website and what convinced you that it is a program you would like, I'm sure that you can get them to let you buy it. And if they don't, well, they probably wouldn't have if it were on a CD either.

Did I have to do a bit of explaining to get my mom to give me a credit card number? Yes, but not very much. Certainly not enough to make me think that a CD would help the cause and that I'd want to pay more for it.

I also like the fact that you don't have to wait NEARLY as long to start using the program if you download and then put in a serial as you do when having it shipped. That's a big plus for me. I don't have much patience in that regard. When I buy something I want to be able to use it as quickly as possible.
Posted: Mon, 5th May 2003, 9:10am

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darth_paul_goku wrote:

Hey, Mellifluous, you should not even put examples of serial codes down... who knows... you could have typed in A bank safe code... All I am saying is do not put examples of codes as they could be for anything... you dont know that and neither do I! just watch wat u say ok! confused
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahaha! biggrin

Just read the previous posts OK?

Mel wink
Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 8:15am

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it was only a hint my good friend... and it may help you stay on the good side of the law. wink
Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 8:42am

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cough eek cough eek cough eek cough eek cough eek crazy crazy crazy crazy crazy

You obviously didn't take my advice to read the previous posts. Hmm. I reiterate, read the previous posts. oink

Especially the long one by WiRyPoCkEtLiNt. oink

The very long one. oink

The one that looks like a theatre script. oink

And, in case you still can't find it, the one with "+4 funny". oink

I can't think of anything else that makes it stand out but if you still cannot find it I will think of some more directions to it. tard

In case you do not understand the significance of that post then let me spell it out for you...

It was WiRyPoCkEtLiNt who wrote that serial e.g. in one of the posts BEFORE mine & I QUOTED WiRyPoCkEtLiNt & said:

Mellifluous wrote:

WiRyPoCkEtLiNt wrote:


MOM: Okay Kris, what do you get with this alam thing that you want?
ME: I pay about $70 and I get a serial #
MOM: a what?
ME: a serial it looks something like this "QW58-TIM8-7654-8HG7"
Hey! Hope that isn't an actual serial number for something...hmm... lol

Mel wink
I know the other guys are pitying me now...thank you for your empathy. evil

Mel oink

P.S. I appreciate it if you were trying to help but is it not obvious that I was not the one to talk to, & also that the serial was just a made-up one...an analogy: your username could be someone's email password but it would just be a fluke - the same with the serial. Thanks though crazy

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Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 8:47am

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sorry meliflous... i did not mean to get you into that sort of anger... i only wanted to help.. and i took your advice dude... crazy
Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 10:38am

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If you'd read the post then you'd have directed your help @ Wiry & not at me... smile

Oh, & btw, hehe, to the owner of the bank safe with the code QW58-TIM8-7654-8HG7, I'm sorry cry

Mel wink
Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 5:09pm

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1234-0932-123Q-TQW9!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ALIU-239D-98IO-209389!!!!

LKJH22-28883HHJIF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

12345678!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 6:28pm

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so is the explination marks part of the code too?
Posted: Wed, 7th May 2003, 10:02pm

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Tut tut, Mecha, according to Darth Paul you've just quadrupled your chance of going to prison lol

Oh, & what is an explination mark? I have never come across that word before in my entire life. rolleyes

Mel wink
Posted: Thu, 8th May 2003, 7:07am

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well i do not know if i spelt it rite but an explination mark is '!'
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Oh, they're called EXCLAMATION marks smile
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thank you mellifluous for telling me how it is correctly put, i appritiate it! biggrin
Posted: Thu, 8th May 2003, 8:13am

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MechaForce wrote:

12345678!!!!!!!!!!!
Would you believe me if I told you over 100 people use that as their alamdv website password (without the explination marks)? biggrin Actually theres only one more popular password and thats 123456

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Posted: Thu, 8th May 2003, 8:16am

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I agree with you there malone... he just does not get the point that he could be typing in a code for a bank, secret agency pass or even a government file. I just want this password messing around to stop!

I tried any code once and got into a bank.... and i am not pleased with myself! however i could have taken money but i never intended to!
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If you seriously think that people are going to take all those random numbers & letters & spend hours keying them into bank keypads, program registration boxes, government buildings, email accounts etc, then you're mistaken.

There are 26 letters & there are 1000s of ways of arranging them. The same with numbers. Some people argue numbers hold the key to the make-up of the universe. The point I'm making is any number/letter arrangement you see in your day to day life COULD be a password or code - a page number, a bus identification number, someone's date of birth, a lottery result, the product number on a packet of frozen peas, the code of a DVD e.g. Ghostbusters = CDR90488...& there's a pretty slim chance of you finding what code that is for. It could be a password to a tower block in the Costa Del Sol, but who's going to bother finding out?

There are obvious arrangements of numbers such as 123456, as Malone tells us, & I advise the users who have that as their passwords to change asap; which I suppose is what Malone is hinting. If people have passwords that are easy to guess, that have an ordered structure like ABCDEF, then it's easier for people to manipulate this site. confused

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i was only making a point... i was not expecting a telling off cry
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Eh?! crazy

I wasn't telling you off, silly. Where do I tell you off? I was just putting it into perspective, & trying to show you how unlikely it is that a random jumble of letters & numbers poses a threat to people's money or national security. biggrin

You're the one who sounds angry & telling us off:razz

darth_paul_goku wrote:

I just want this password messing around to stop!
Mel wink
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yes but i just put random letters and numbers into a bank site and got in on the forst try... anyway i will stop nattering on now!
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darth_paul_goku wrote:

yes but i just put random letters and numbers into a bank site and got in on the forst try...
eek

You do know that the probability of that happening is close to 0, don't you?
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but it did work for me! crazy tard crazy tard
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A CODE

?stiucsib & klim ruo teg ew od emit tahW

solve that and get some work done peeps......LOL

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"what time do we get our milk & biscuits?"

that was tooooo easy.
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Darth paul, you're spouting off about people not sharing passwords (which no one is doing) and you're talking about staying on the side of the law, but then you're off trying to break into people's bank accounts? I don't care if you've only done it once, or if you didn't take any money, the fact is that you did it. So stop preaching about not breaking the law (which no one is doing by saying 3312-5324-3125-234-1G56 or something. No one is giving out passwords to anything. And like Mel said, if they ARE passwords, which MAYBE they are, NO ONE is going to try and use them to break into anything or steal money. At least not anyone with half a brain.

And when DO we get our milk & biscuits? biggrin
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Of course it is ......but can you answer the question?.......Of course you can't cos you dont have enough info......the point I'm making is you can have as many codes as u like put on the net but without the necessary info they are all useless.
Sorry about being so boring but I got fed up.....LOL
Milk and biscuits after playtime kids.......and be good and don't kill each other...... lol

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Actually 12345678 is a serial number for a program, but I won't tell what program it's for! Funny, eh?

Same with 3333333333333322
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malone wrote:

Would you believe me if I told you over 100 people use that as their alamdv website password (without the explination marks)? biggrin Actually theres only one more popular password and thats 123456
that isn't mine but that is very very close wink
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Just wondering Darth_paul....but how old are you??
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Who's this? It'sa ME!!

WOW! What an achievement! It's my first post, I can now start all over again.
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I would say about 12
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Yeah 12 sounds about right, crazy kid is tweakin' out, jeeze tard
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if you would like to know aculag... i did say i will stop pestering you about serial numbers... READ THE POST! and i am 17 0rion0340!

well i did say it! (that i will stop pestering you all)!
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Sure thing baby......TWEAK tard !
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This Darth Paul chap really seems a bit of a villain - by his own admittance he's used someone else's AlamDV serial no, broken into a bank, & possesses Hotmail hacker software... eek

I warn you all, the world is not safe...

lol

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you guys are all going to look back at this thread a couple of years from now, and think "man I was so stupid bad then, why did I waste my life away arguing mute points".
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Double milk and Bickies for u "Wiry".........LOL lol
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(whispering) Yep, I feel the same way but I like arguing mute points.
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Me too! And darth paul does seem somewhat of a villain doesn't he?
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LOL lol
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No offence, but I hope to God that I have moved on to bigger and better things in a couple years.
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What are you planning on doing, orion?
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after Highschool, I'm currently a Junior, I'm planning on going to flim school, after that is where I am undecided, I could jump into the industry right away and have a crap posistion, like polishing Speilbergs shoes, or I could do some independent work, and I hope I get noticed my Hollywood.
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"orion" if you want my advice I would go out and buy some polish cos the independent route will be extremely difficult........its not easy starting at the top.
If you go through the processes of learning in the industry you can experience all facets of the business and who knows might touch on something that truly inspires you.
I know you'll take no notice of my so called "advise"and why should you but still its worth a little thought ...maybe.

O'l Dav
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oh, don't feel so sorry for yourself ol' dav smile I know when to listen to my elders. Yeah, thats where I'm torn, cause I could hope to get on the crew of some movies and then later on have some industry connections. But I kinda just wanna get out there and start making proffesional looking movies, yeah I'm prolly being to brash about it.
Posted: Sun, 11th May 2003, 4:57pm

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davlin

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Yep....I know exactly what u mean.....still you're on the right track to start with by using this forum and making movies as a hobby to start with.
Goodluck to you anyway....

O'l Dav
Posted: Tue, 13th May 2003, 12:43pm

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darth_paul_goku

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I plan on becoming A hollywood too... i am currently in year 12 just about to go to yr 13. all i study in sixthform is Performing Arts. take my advise kid, it is allot harder than you think, you get no spare time and it can be frustrating, as you have either got to learn big parts (scripts) and also you have got to remember your positioning and also how you speak (speech) and body language. i have studied this performing arts for nearly 4 years now and i am still not good enough to become A hollywood. Once i have finished my yr 13 i am going to go to university and study once again until i have the knowlage of becoming what you call A Hollywood.