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InfiniteDVD UNBOXING: Festival of the Spoken Nerd

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BUY IT! https://shop.festivalofthespokennerd.com/

If you think you know how we filmed this: comment below. I bet you're wrong.

Filming a stand-up show (even without a stupid extra feature) takes untold effort and money, which foolishly we supplied all ourselves. So we'd love it if you could exchange money for a copy.

Get the show from £π direct from https://shop.fotsn.com on download, DVD or floppy disk.

Floppy disk is a genuine unique-numbered disk from the full set of 227 it takes to store the show. Comes with a free HD download if you're a quitter!

Or search on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Video, Xbox and YouTube Movies if you just want the show and you want it now. Sadly this is without the unboxing video as there was no easy way to add it to the main show. Which is partly why I put it up on my channel separately so no one misses out.

Actually, the big feature of having it as a traditional DVD extra is that we could split it into two chapters and set the second chapter to loop. So while this version on youtube stops around 11 minutes, the DVD version will keep looping until the laser burns through the disc. It's just that versatile.

Hey, and thanks for reading all of this description! I didn't get to add any chat to the main video so I'm putting it all down here. I appreciate you letting me vent.

- The two seconds of black at the beginning is deliberate because it is the file directly from the DVD. I decided to not edit and recompress it but rather leave it exactly the same as what is on the disc.
- Let me know if you spot anything else!

Support my channel and I can make more maths videos and fewer unboxing videos.

Concept and writing by Matt Parker
Development and production by Helen Arney
Assistance from Lucie Green
Filming and editing by Pete Callow
Programming and tech support from Seb Lee-Delisle
Moral support from Steve Mould

MATT PARKER: Stand-up Mathematician
Website: http://standupmaths.com/
Maths book: http://makeanddo4D.com/
Nerdy maths toys: http://mathsgear.co.uk/

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