I'll be sending you the Hannah House DVDs tomorrow, Monday the 24th.
I have 6 disks made. 4 are with Progressive Encoding and 2 without. The 4 with progressive encoding will have a “P.E.” written in on the disk label in the bottom right corner of your logo. The two without the progressive encoding will be in green tinted jackets. No big deal, but just to let you know. Just thought I'd do both types since it was available, but I didn't notice a difference viewing. Also, I ended up having trouble when editing the sound track so I gave up on that, which is probably for the best to have the original untampered with sound on the DVDs anyway, which is what we have now.
FYI (from the help section of my DVD burning software):
Use progressive encoding: Each frame of a normal television picture is displayed as two successive “fields”, each containing half of the several hundred horizontal video lines that make up the entire image: the odd-numbered lines in one field, and the even-numbered lines in the other. The eye sees the superimposed fields as a single image.
This system, called “interlaced scanning”, produces reasonably good results because of the characteristics of television screens and the human visual system.
However, high-definition TV systems and typical computer monitors provide “progressive scanning”, in which the image is drawn from top to bottom at a higher screen refresh rate, producing a clearer image with less flicker. If your DVD player and TV support progressive scanning, or if you are planning to play back the video only on a computer, checking this box (progressive encoding) will provide superior output quality.
(I saw something odd that you need to take a look at, it's freaky. When you are up in the bedroom swinging the crystal pendulum it seems to go double time and looks to defy physics.)
I must say I'm very sorry to take eons to get this to you, but thankful I finally am at that point.
Thanks for letting me take part in the investigation. I’m very happy to be able to get a hold of you and get your address corrected and confirmed.