JKA of Silicon Valley dan test
to play the 320x180, 480x270, and 800x450 videos, or an up-to-date free
software video player. You can save these files to your computer by
right-button clicking on the link and selecting "Download", "Save As"
or whatever your browser calls this. Once it's downloaded, double-click
on the file and it will play in QuickTime Player.
For the DVD disk image, expect 4-10 hours download
time from most high-speed home connections. Browsers like
Firefox and Safari can
resume a download that stopped before finishing -- if you have
trouble downloading these massive disk image files, use these browsers and
you can restart a download that stops early. Once you have the disk image
downloaded, use a program like Nero
Easy CD Creator on Windows, cdrecord on Unix, or Disk
Utility on Mac OS X to burn the image to a blank DVD-R or DVD+R.
You'll need a blank DVD-R/DVD+R disc and a DVD burner drive in your
computer, of course. After all that, you can watch the DVD on any
regular TV and DVD player.
November 11, 2006
The video is 34 minutes long:
320x180 video (220MB);
480x270 video (294MB);
800x450 video (470MB);
DVD disk image (1.7GB - 1,715,765,248 bytes)
Proctors: Masataka Mori, Jon Keeling, Fred Borda.
Testing: Bao Luu, Kai Noeske, Ekapol Rojpiboonphun, Jon Willson, Jean Nakamura, Ken Nakamura.
Jason's home page / Jason's videos page / Jason's photos page