NOTE: I am now testing Verbatim DataLifePlus Inkjet Printable DVD-R media. This DVD-R is playable on most consumer DVD players but be sure to check your manual to make sure your player can handle DVD-Rs. If unsure, you may not be able to play this disc unless you have a computer that can play DVDs. (Most computers with DVD-ROM drives should be able to play it just fine.)
(This is a new version of my old disc. It has been updated with better video encoding, fancier menus, and scene selects for the videos. And an easter egg... if you can find it ;)
In case you didn't shoot all the video you wanted during your vacation to Walt Disney World's Epcot, I have a DVD backup of some of my Epcot home movies available. These home movies were made by me in 1999. They were taped on my Sony Digital8 camcorder and the transfer is 100% digital from the master tape to the DVD so the quality is first generation. This is not a bootleg dub of a dub or anything like that -- it is just some of my home movies copied to DVD-R.
This DVD features a full menu system with background music and animated buttons for the video clips. The disc is divided into sections and contains the following videos:
(And if you can find it, there is an easter egg...)
Most of the ride thrus feature parts of the queue and/or pre-show. The quality is what you might expect from someone who takes a camera on the rides. Bright rides are bright and darker rides are dark, of course, but the stereo audio is good. Once again, check my feedback page to get some opinions on how the video quality is.
The disc will just be a DVD-R in at least a standard CD jewel case with the title hand written in marker. This is nothing fancy -- it is just a copy of my home movies made available to those who might have wanted to tape certain attractions but were unable to.
The disc will be shipped First Class Mail ($2.00) or Priority Mail ($3.85), your choice, as soon as it is paid for. If you are outside of the U.S.A., please contact me first before buying.
Here are some photos of various screens from the DVD:
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