After a series of unfortunate events (a long story, but I can tell you that bubble-jet ink *DOES* conduct electricity
) I finally have covers printed for ten "DangerLights" tapes and should have them on the way Monday, 1/3.
Am also including in the box a "demo" DVD-R of "DangerLights" with "A Railroad at Work" (a Milwaukee infomercial/propaganda film from the early 50s. Really kinda interesting.) I used a scan of the coming attractions slide that I just couldn't live without
as the menu on the DVD.
I've learned that DVD-Rs are supposed to be the most widely playable burned DVDs (93+% of DVD players will play them). Also learned more than I ever wanted to know about VOBs and bit-rates and Fat32 choking at 4GB and even if you get Win98 to spin an NTFS drive (a feat in itself) it doesn't matter 'cause Win98 chokes at 4GB too!
Also talked my wife into letting me buy a third 'puter for movie stuff becuse it's cheaper to buy one instead of build it and it'll come with WinXP on it and I won't care about 4GB limits anymore--and I can keep eBaying whilst DVDs are burning that way too
DVD disc printer and printable DVD-Rs are on the way, so with luck Amorette should have relatively professional looking DVD-Rs for sale with the next tape shipment after this one.