did you try mag00's instructions for disabling the HD part?http://www.thisisms.com/ftopicp-147610.html#147610
I did a quick search but it's not turning up on any other outlets, just the vimeo one.
I wasn't able to get it to play on this old computer so I tried my son's superfast gaming/video computer which did better but still stopped from time to time, but at least was able to watch it.
I appreciate that, like other pro CCSVI'ers, Dr Sclafani admits that we need to use caution and that nothing has been conclusively proven regarding the theory of CCSVI but he ruins it by saying pretty much that venoplasty has shown to be efficacious with acceptable risk so the operation should continue to be performed in the meantime.
One is left wondering...."if venoplasty has shown to be efficacious with acceptable risk, why run clinical trials and if clinical trials haven't been done, how can a responsible person say venoplasy is efficacious with acceptable risk and should be done"??
venooplasty is efficacious and safe. However that is a general term. with respect to ccsvi, there needs to be much work to determine who benefits, how to treat, how to do surveillance, how to handle technical challenges, what if any anticioagulation is necessary, what is the role of stents, i could go on and on
So until these practical matters are addressed, i am saying that a randomized trial is premature.