Nine (9!) Cirque du Mac X Multi-Camera Videos Are Up!

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Famed videographer Wally Cherwinski assembled a group of like-minded Mac and video enthusiasts (conspirators?) to film the Macworld All-Star Band Performance at our recent Cirque du Mac X from multiple angles. Wally then took all that footage and put it together in the form of nine individual videos, each with a different song. You can see one of them (Feelin' Alright) here, but all nine are available on the Cirque du Mac X YouTube Channel Wally put together. If you're interested in the behind-the-scenes work, Wally joined Chuck Joiner (a fellow conspirator) on MacVoices 1397 to talk about the process. Cirque du Mac X wouldn't have been possible this year without our great sponsors, and we'd like to thank ProjectWizards, Movie Tracker, Lantronix, Garmin, Squarespace, Smile, IDG and OWC for helping us make it happen!


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Please turn off auto-play.
Thank you

Dave Hamilton

DocRoss—Autoplay is off. We have found, however, that the 3rd party YouTube5 extension ignores this and plays it anyway. Unfortunately it seems that extension is out of development, though it may still work for you to file a bug report if you’re using it.


Thank you, Dave.
I am using that extension, so you’ve nailed it.

It’s strange that I have only encountered the bug a couple of times, and only here.

I’ll try to file the bug with them anyway.

Dave Hamilton

Yeah, I don’t understand it. We clearly set “autoplay=0” by default in our YouTube embeds (and we’re using standard embeds, too), so not sure why it’s an issue… but it is. And only with that extension.


I just turned off the YouTube5 extension, and bingo. No autoplay.

Thanks much!


PS Sorry for assuming the problem was on your end, not mine. You guys are awesome. (I’ve been a reader since Webintosh!)

Dave Hamilton

Glad that worked, my friend. No worries. We’re here to make sure your experience at TMO is smooth, enjoyable, and informative!


Can someone recommend an alternative to YouTube5?

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