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Start page Basic Bites - NIB files | You can now watch a new Odysee video from Basic Bytes. In this episode: Using NIB files in emulators. VCF East 2019 | You can now watch videos from the recent Vintage Computer Federation East 2019 meeting: Bil Herd, Dave Test, Jason Perkins, Ian Primus, Homebrew Computing, Tony Bogan, Bill Lange, Dean Notarnicola, Chris Fala, Andy Diller, Stephen Edwards and Joe Decuir. BBC - Computer Literacy Project | The BBC made 267 videos available from old computer TV programs. A few examples from the Computer Literacy Project: The Silicon Factor, Managing the Micro, The Computer Programme, Making the Most of the Micro and Micro Live. Jan Derogee - Youtube counter & Shower curtain rings | Jan Derogee made two videos about two Do It Yourself projects. In the first video you can see how to build a Youtube counter for in your living room. Jan Derogee - More diskette adventures | Jan Derogee made more videos about his adventures. How automatically close the door using some rope and some floppy disks? The Guru Meditation - AmiEXPO 1990 | In this episode of the Guru Meditation: AmiEXPO 1990 - Commodore Amiga Video Magazine. Jan Derogee - More diskette adventures | Jan Derogee made more videos about his adventures. This time problems with socks and storage... Jan Derogee - More diskette adventures | Jan Derogee made more videos about his adventures. This time problems with a party and a door... C64 TV commercials on your C64 | Daddlertl3 has converted a number of TV commercials to the Commodore C64 with a 16 MB REU. MindFlareRetro - PLAnkton | MindFlareRetro made a video about the presentation of Francois Leveille (eslapion) at the World of Commodore 2017 show in Toronto. This presentation is about the PLAnkton, a replacement for the Commodore 64 PLA. Jan Derogee - More adventures | Jan Derogee made more videos about his adventures. This time problems with spies, a loose board and a cat... Jan Derogee - Diskettes | Jan Derogee made videos about diskettes. Jan, the inventor of the 1541-III and the Cassiopei (1 & 2) is trying to use real diskettes for his Commodore computers. Commodore exhibition Braunschweig | Thilo made a video in the Commodore exhibition Braunschweig - the history of Commodore with the C64 & Amiga. Amiga Hardware Programming in C | Wei-ju Wu made another video about programming the Amiga in the language C. This episode is about how to display images and how to convert PNG images for use in your own programs. MorphOS | Dan Wood from made a video about MorphOS. MorphOS is an Amiga-like modern operating system and Dan tells about what you can do with it. The story of Commodore | At the 2016 Hackaday SuperConference, Bil Herd gave a talk on the second act of Commodore's three-act tragedy. The Video Game Crash of 1983 | A new Crash Course from Patreon is now available. In this episode the games from the eighties and the retro computers of that age: Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Centipede, Pitfall, Castle Wolfenstein, Atari, Commodore, Apple, etc. C64 Fun Programming | Steve Morrow has started a new series of videos to show people how to program in BASIC on the Commodore C64. In this videos: Variables, Strings, Calculating numbers, IF, READ, FOR/NEXT and GET. Stefans Amiga Welt | Stefan started a new Youtube channel. On this channel you can view videos about Amiga computers. At this moment you can watch the following videos: Amiga 600, Amiga 1200/60, Amiga 2000/60, Amiga 3000/60 D and the Amiga 4000/60 D. Bil Herd - Commodore LCD | Bil Herd made a video of the most rare Commodore computer the Commodore LCD. In the video he opens the Commodore LCD and explains all the parts inside. The video is almost 15 minutes and you can watch it on Youtube. Dave Haynie - VCF East 2014 | At the VCF East 2014 meeting Dave Haynie talked about the development of the various Amiga systems, up into the last days of Commodore in April 1994. The Vintage Computer Festival East and is a meeting for retro computer users that was held on the 6th of April 2014 in Wall, United states of America. Commodore 64 game design | Steve Morrow made a video about game design. In the video he explains the following subjects: Programming with Basic and assembly language. Working with character sets and sprite definitions. Reading the joystick and writing on the screen. VIC20 - Game compilation | Vicman has made a compilation of games. You can now watch more than 750 video's of Commodore VIC20 games. A few examples are: D'Fuse, ET, Falcon Fighter, Galactic Abductors, Halloween, Ice, Jackpot, K-razy Antiks and Ladders. World of Commodore 2012 - Videos | The Toronto PET Users Group published a series of videos from the World of Commodore 2012 meeting. You can watch the following videos: Censor Design Legacy Demo Preview (John Hammarberg), PETSynth 2.0 (Chiron Bramberger), Coding a Demo (Dan Kovacs), MIDI in FastFingers (Dan Laskowski), Hello Amiga, Innovations (Jim Brain), Ultimate Modded VIC-20 (Leif Bloomquist) and M.U.L.E. Returns (Matt Brudzynski, Comma8 Studios). Commodore Pet 2001-32N (CBM 3032) review | Terry Stewart (tezza) talks about the vintage / classic computers in his collection. This time he talks about his Commodore Pet 2001-32N (or CBM 3032). He shows brochures, hardware, the inside of the computer, the PETDisk system, games, programs, documentation, etc. Commodore CDTV - review | Dan Wood made an review of the Commodore CDTV (Commodore Dynamic Total Vision). In the 30 minute video you can see the connections and interfaces, external devices such as the keyboard, disk drive, mouse and the remote control. He also show various games and programs for the CDTV. Commodore 8 Bit Repair - VCF 2012 | At the VCF East 2012 Rob Clarke and Bil Herd presented a workshop. In this workshop you could learn how to diagnose your vintage 8 bit computers. They told about methods and tools you can use to repair your Commodore from the PET until the C128. You can now watch the video of the workshop on YouTube. Computer:club 2 - 30 Years Commodore 64 | The German television program Computer:club 2 made a special episode about the Commodore C64. The Computerclub television program started in 1983 with the presenters Wolfgang Back and Wolfgang Rudolph. Episode 91 is about the Commodore C64, and shows all the versions from the Silver label until the C65. The guests in this show are Frank Erstling (Editor of the Return magazine) and Commodore collector Jan Jansen. Commodore 64: 8 Bit Legend | Mike Berry (The Kernal) made a very beautiful video about the Commodore C64. In this tribute video you can see many games, demo's, cracking groups and a couple of legendary people. The music in the video is made by Terra Cresta, Jess D. Skov-Nielsen and Martin Galway. Bil Herd - VCF | At the last Vintage Computer Festival East Bil Herd talked about working for Commodore from just before the departure of Jack Tramiel to the coming of Amiga. The video is split into three parts and is 110 minutes in total. World's First: Single Board Computer KIM-1 | On the video channel from mkkiani you can see many World's First. This time he shows the Commodore KIM-1. The KIM-1 was released in 1976 and was the first single board computer that was commercially available. The KIM-1 has an 6502 CPU, 1 kByte RAM, ROM, Hexadecimal keyboard, LED display, 15 In / Outputs and a Cassette interface. Retr0Bright demonstration video | GalileanMoons made an video on how to use Retr0Bright. Retr0Bright is a chemical method to remove the yellowing of plastics. In this 2-part video he removes the yellowing of a 30 year old Dragon 32 computer. You can see the results of an 8 hour and a 12 hour cleaning.