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When you suppose you know the way we filmed this: remark under. I guess you are improper.
Filming a stand-up present (even with no silly additional characteristic) takes untold effort and cash, which foolishly we equipped all ourselves. So we would adore it when you may change cash for a duplicate.
Get the present from £π direct from https://store.fotsn.com on obtain, DVD or floppy disk.
Floppy disk is a real unique-numbered disk from the total set of 227 it takes to retailer the present. Comes with a free HD obtain when you’re a quitter!
Or search on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Video, Xbox and YouTube Films when you simply need the present and also you need it now. Sadly that is with out the unboxing video as there was no straightforward means so as to add it to the principle present. Which is partly why I put it up on my channel individually so nobody misses out.
Truly, the massive characteristic of getting it as a conventional DVD additional is that we may cut up it into two chapters and set the second chapter to loop. So whereas this model on youtube stops round 11 minutes, the DVD model will hold looping till the laser burns via the disc. It is simply that versatile.
Hey, and thanks for studying all of this description! I did not get so as to add any chat to the principle video so I am placing all of it down right here. I respect you letting me vent.
– The 2 seconds of black originally is deliberate as a result of it’s the file instantly from the DVD. I made a decision to not edit and recompress it however quite go away it precisely the identical as what’s on the disc.
– Let me know when you spot anything!
Help my channel and I could make extra maths movies and fewer unboxing movies.
Idea and writing by Matt Parker
Improvement and manufacturing by Helen Arney
Help from Lucie Inexperienced
Filming and modifying by Pete Callow
Programming and tech help from Seb Lee-Delisle
Ethical help from Steve Mould
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