Question Wreck footage

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cdm9011

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Does anyone know where James Cameron has his wreck footage available? I heard it pronounced as Sci-arc? If anyone can help me out that would be awesome!
 
Jason D. Tiller

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James Cameron's footage can be seen in "Ghosts of the Abyss", "Last Mysteries of the Titanic" and "The Final Word With James Cameron". Although I've read not all of the footage has been released.

Are you looking for specific wreck footage or just in general?
 
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cdm9011

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Thanks! I have seen both of those. I heard he released all of his unedited bot footage on a website. Pronounced Sy-arc. But haven’t been able to find it through searching. I heard Parks Stephenson talking about it in an interview.
 
Seumas

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Woods Hole Oceanographic have footage to buy/rent by the second but the price they charge is astronomical.

I seem to remember an old post by Parks Stephenson to the effect that a rough cut of "Last Mysteries of the Titanic" which was well over two hours long was shown to those involved in the making of the program and some invited guests.

Understandably it had to be edited to fit the broadcast slot which was (I think) about ninety minutes, but for some reason the DVD version was cut down even further to about fifty or sixty minutes.
 
Jason D. Tiller

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I heard he released all of his unedited bot footage on a website. Pronounced Sy-arc. But haven’t been able to find it through searching. I heard Parks Stephenson talking about it in an interview.
I did find the sci-arc website but when doing a search on there, no results for Titanic's wreck footage come up.

Have you seen "Titanic: Into the Heart of the Wreck"? There is some wreck footage in that documentary as well, but not all of it is Cameron's.
 
Ron Cole

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This channel released footage, but the project has been canceled Not sure what'll happen to these video
That website only has James Cameron footage, etc. It does not include some of the footage and data from other expeditions. Unfortunately, the Titanic has become a "salvage op" with different people claiming to have the best info, etc. and no regard to get the entire story out. (I'm not talking about actual physical salvage). Each presenter says that they have the "final answer" to what happened that day, but if you really do your homework, you'll find that there are discrepancies between them. So it's a lot of opinion.
 
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