Claus: I removed the VIDEO_TS version, it casued too many problems. Mainly people putting it on a CD then complaining (privately) that it didn't work in their particular player (until they put it on a DVD). But also from having trouble creating a DVD video compliant disc (i.e. UDF file system, etc.). The iso only option cured both problems, particulalry since the contributed suggestion of using imgburn. It was the initial lack of Imgburn (knowledge of) that I didn't do iso's in teh first place, some software is hard to operate with isos. Obviously not imgburn. I presume they do not have a Mac version, but have not looked.
Claus is mostly right about the D/L vs a hard disc. No time to ship all over the world. The thing is used from Iceland to Au. on every continent. It's gone to places I figured might not have mail
. But I understand your point and agree there are a few misses. There are others where people don't or won't use Paypal, too but that takes a huge load off of me.
I've had a couple "big-dogs" interested in bundling it with their products (can't say who) and for that I'd have to have some "pressed". If I do that I'll make the hard copies avail, time permitting. Really it is not practical to get less than 1000 copies made. And although there are a lot of contributors, I think it woudl take a while to unload a pressed set. Not to mention the duplication cost vs the cost of the bandwidth.
Right now my focus is on finishing the CineSlide (www.cineslide.com
). If someone could come fnish my theater room while I work on this cool stuff I'd have more time
. Unfortunately none of it pays enough to have Dennis Erskine come do it for me