Anticipating some issues, here is what to look for:
The commemorative DVD that was produced for the Reunion is not exactly up to the same standard like renting a Blockbuster DVD, so there may be some compatibility issues on your equipment.
The DVD is a DVD-R type and will play on
- A computer with a DVD player program such as Windows Media Player, WinDVD; I recommend VLC, which can be downloaded for free from: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/. VLC is also compatible with a Mac, but the DVD should play natively on a recent Mac computer.
- A DVD player that plays DVD-R type disks; if your player is a DVD+R type only, the DVD will not play. Try getting it converted where you are or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a replacement DVD for the cost of $5 (includes shipping).
The DVD was created for the US standard NTSC format and there may be some incompatibility with European PAL DVD players. Try getting it converted where you are or use it on a computer. The last resort might be for a non-DVD format at a slightly lower video quality, and you will need to contact me.
The DVD was created for playback with a 4:3 screen ratio although it plays back fine on a widescreen 16:9. You may have to adjust your screen settings to get the best playback with your equipment.
The DVD may look much too blurry on a DVD player which does what is called 'upconverting.' Use other equipment.
When contacting me about issues, please indicate the type of Computer (Window/Mac/Linux), the operating system (XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac version), the brand and model of your DVD player.