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rtgreen
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The double pop up move is Ed Marlo.
Close.Up.Dave
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I was told that Roth mentioned when he lectured at the club I go to (I wasn't there at the time) he mentioned he did work besides magic. Since he has small hands he is/used to be a hand model for Burger King. He had the hand reaching for the cheeseburger. I'm unsure if he still does that though.
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I have been a regular watcher of letterman since I was a small tot

this is how letterman acts always...he is always acting like a crazy guy...because he is! lol Smile

how old is the clip?
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I think that clip on Letterman could have been a lot worse. He could have been asking to see hands empty as the normal hecklers do.
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What is the name of Roth's coins across routine that he performs first on the Letterman link as given by Dan Watkins?
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Correct me if iam wrong: but I think its in his ultimate coin magic dvd's...
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Its called "Winged Silver". Pure magic in his hands.

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Okay, a dumb techie question for Dan (or whoever might know). How do you get a clip like that from your VCR or digital recorder into your computer? Can you just list the steps? Thanks!
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From VCR ->Graphics card->capture program->hard drive: output is avi file
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Dan Watkins
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Well in my case it was slightly different:

VCR connected via RGB cables to my digital camcorder.

Digital Camcorder connected to my computer via IEEE 1392 (firewire) cable.

Capture program to harddrive in .avi format.

Editing program to transcode from .avi to real media format.
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If you have a digital camcorder your life is much easier as Dan and Jon indicated because if the original footage was recorded on the digital camcorder getting it into a computer is pretty straightforward. The important point is if you want to get analog video such as from a standard VHS videotape into the computer it has to through some type of A/D (analog/digital) converter which a capture card can do. In Dan's, I believe, his digital camcorder is serving essentally as the converter.
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