The good news is that the wmv files are playable on vlc ( http://www.videolan.org/) so they can be played back on any platform. The bad news is that some of the files were not properly deinterlaced before compression leaving serious combing artifacts in any scene with fast motion and also that the realmedia files cannot be played back by vlc.
Watching these videos is exciting, it's like watching indymedia emerge in China. The people are creative in their actions and slogans. The police seem to be lacking in riot gear but certainly have large numbers (though not more than events in the US and around the world from the video footage so far). They do seem to have studied up on the tactics used by the US and other nations in suppressing dissent. There are people from many different countries assembled to speak their message in resistance to the WTO.
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