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Titanic ROV Wreck Footage Collection From 1995 To 2005

Discussion in 'Discovery / Salvage / Exploration / Exhibits' started by Itsstillthinking, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. Just though it let Titanic buffs that if they want to watch lots of footage of the wreck from Cameron's footage from 95 to 2005 iv compiled a good chunk of them together for a video for all to watch in case the original uploads are lost. Its over 2 hours and 40 minutes long! (Convenient time i know) Just for some people dont get board i mixed in several documentary and survivor accounts through out the video so its a little more engaging than just edwardian era music. Was thinking about putting some Titanic channel audio cues from Parks or Ken as every time upload these videos they somehow get popular and have to spend most of my time in the comments correcting people on "Theory's" but thought better of it so there is no legal trouble :). Interviews from Ken, Walter Lord, Don and Ruth ect can still be heard through out it. I put a time stamp below if you want to here it. Fans of Titanic Death Of A Dream's music will enjoy some of the music selection

    1:09:25(My favorite)

    For those wanting the images i used

  2. Kyle Naber

    Kyle Naber Member

    What were these images used for?




  3. I use them through out the video in my attempt to help people to remember the horror that happened that night. One instance i use it it at the 1:15:10 mark
  4. Kyle Naber

    Kyle Naber Member

    My mistake! I didn’t see it as I had only skimmed. I just watched your video now. Great work!
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  5. Thanks! I should note i claim no ownership on any of the audio or the uploading this footage to the internet. I simply decided to compile a bunch of it together to make sure this footage is not lost for public viewing in case the original went down, i also plan to do the same to all the French footage from documentary and Titanic An Interactive Journey which i ripped finally managed to rip all the footage from the raw files. When i get time il upload that
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  6. AlphaBeta

    AlphaBeta Member

    Where did you find those images? I have never seen them before nor a video they might come from.
  7. JJAstorII

    JJAstorII Member

    So awesome of you to edit this for everyone!
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  8. Kyle Naber

    Kyle Naber Member

    They are screenshots of the sinking level from the upcoming video game “Titanic: Honor and Glory.” They were released as a bit of a teaser. There is a video that shows one of the pictures in it:

    At about 0:55, you’ll see the first of the four images. The pictures are brightened for the viewers to see easier, but the lighting in the video is much more accurate. I’d imagine the the other images would be seen later in the video, but it is cut short as we pan over to the whirlpool created by the collapse of the grand staircase. If you look closely, you can see people, debris, and lifeboats in the water.
  9. Also Titanic Channel Has lots of footage that has yet to be shown elsewhere, while the video above stops at the second funnel, the Titanic channel has footage where it start right up where it stops here
  10. Thanks! Thought it be fun to do to preserve this footage
  11. Kyle Naber

    Kyle Naber Member

    Really?! Can you watch all the way up to the end?
  12. Sadly no, its just one big pan around the starboard side to the port side via the stern
  13. Was wondering if anyone knows what the small objects in the back are at the 2:33:17 mark? look like soap holders to me
  14. JJAstorII

    JJAstorII Member

    My guess would be soap holders as well. You can see the towel hooks next to them for facial towels to hang
  15. JJAstorII

    JJAstorII Member

    Also, thanks to your video I found out new info about my Reading and Writing Room. Through all my research I hadn't discovered it had dove grey accents. I always thought it was just shadowing, but you put in that audio clip of Ken Marshall where he says it was dove grey accents and so I learned something new. I went back and looked at the original concept drawings in the Anatomy of the Titanic, and yupp originally they were going to have all dove grey, oddly enough. You just can't tell some of these things from Black and White photos. Anyhoo, long story short, thanks, cause I was able to make my room even more authentic. Over this week, I've taken the entire model apart and put the furniture in it's mini storage to redo the entire room with appropriate accents thanks to your video. I'll post a pic when it's all done! (This is a model I've done of the Reading and Writing room that is going to the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge if you haven't seen me talk about it before.)
  16. Thanks, glad i could help :D there are lots of interesting objects through out the video, il point some out later