Myst Easter Egg - Rush Limbaugh Understands

1. Open the quick time movie holoamth
2. Select "movie at the top"
3. Make it so it loops back and forth
4. When it loops back instad of talking in the Chanel Wood language he will say "Rush Limbaugh Understands"

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Contributed By: Sam on 07-10-1999
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@ssKicker writes:
Yeah, I heard about this one on another website, but I didn't know how to make a QuickTime movie play backwards, so I couldn't see if it was true. I found an egg on this site, a QuickTime egg, which let you do that, and it's really funny! Before, seeing Achenar speak in gibberish in that Channelwood temple used to surprise me, and, with that CRE-E-EPY music, it gave me the heebie-jeebies. (@_@)
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TechnoSaint writes:
I got this to work with the Mac version. I have an original version; I'm not sure if they've re-released it at all. Anyway, insert the CD-ROM, open up the disk, open up the "Myst Graphics" folder, open up the "Channelwood" folder, and then find the file "Holo-AMouth.MooV". I use OS X, and I was able to open the file in Quicktime by selecting it, choosing "Show Info" from the "File" Menu, selecting "Open with application..." and choosing quicktime instead of Myst. You'll probably need to choose "Other application..." and choose Quicktime after selecting "all applications." Then open the file, and select "Loop back and forth" from the "Movie" Menu, play, and wait for it! With OS 9 or earlier, you can probably just open the file from within Quicktime, but I have not tried this.
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@ssKicker writes:
By the way, it's Channelwood. The way you spell it, it sounds like a perfume.
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RLF writes:
When I go into its folder, there's nothing there.
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@ssKicker writes:
Did you access its folder from the CD-Rom drive? If you opened it from the hard drive, there won't be anything there. Put the disk in the CD-Rom drive and open it from there.
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Achilles writes:
ROFLMAO this is hilarious When I was a little kid, about 6, my dad would listen to Rush every day. When we got this game, I wasn't really able to understand it, but I remember doing something and hearing a voice. I said "dad, the guy said something about Rush Limbaugh" everyone in my family started laughing, saying I had misheard. This is really neat!
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RLF writes:
I could never get this to work with my Myst (maybe because I own the Mac version).
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This is Cool and phreaky!
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@ssKicker writes:
It's really funny! It goes: "Russsssssssh-Limbaaaaaugh Understa-ha-ha-ha-hands..."
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@ssKicker writes:
There's an Easter Egg in the Quick-Time movies section. All you have to do is open the Quick-Time movie, hold down Shift and double-click the frame on the screen. You should then be able to hear the (not quite so) WEIRD sounds of Channel-wood!
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Audio51 writes:
Be sure you play the movie backward from the very end or you will miss it.. If you start from the middle its just Channelwood all the way back to the beginning.
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Brak writes:
The current version of QuickTime Player does not give a menu option to play the movie backwards, but it's still possible. Just hold shift and double-click the movie image.
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RLF writes:
That's what I did. I don't really care about now. I already know what happens.
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