2. 00:15 SOUNDBITE: (French), Patrick Quincy, Albertville Prosecutor:
"He practiced, as it is called for the skiers, a 'godille large' - it is evident he is a very good skier. He moved between three and six metres off the edge of the delineated piste. In a moment, his skis caught the top of a rock which was just beneath the surface. He lost his balance just before falling He hit his head on a rock situated about 3 and a half metres further. The rock that was beneath the surface and the one which hurt his head are eight metres from the edge of the piste. Michael Schumacher was lifeless on the ground nine metres from the edge of the piste."
3. 01:05 Wide of news conference
4. 01:09 SOUNDBITE: (French), Patrick Quincy, Albertville Prosecutor:
"This film is perfectly understandable and we take quite a lot of facts and confirm the facts we already had. We benefit from this film to make a reconstruction. We will be able to know precisely which was the route followed by Michael Schumacher."
Commanding Officer at Savoie High Mountain Police Squad:
"Of course the skis were in a perfect state at the start, nearly mint condition. The skis were not the cause of the accident. The fastenings are in a good state."
9. 02:30 Wide of news conference
10. 02:33 SOUNDBITE: (French), Patrick Quincy, Albertville Prosecutor:
"We don't know that from the video. The video lasts two minutes. We see there the track he took. That's all we can do with a Go Pro - the field of vision is very limited."
11. 02:49 Mid of news conference
12. 02:53 SOUNDBITE: (French), Patrick Quincy, Albertville Prosecutor:
"There is only two minutes of film and we don't see Schumacher help someone. Perhaps the film doesn't represent the total descent. I don't know anymore - we must reanalyse the film but we don't see anybody who had an accident in the field of vision of the camera of Michael Schumacher."