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Movies page updates and alterations

Some changes have been made to the Movies page.

There are quite a large number of videos now, so the one page that there was before has now become 2 pages. Going to the Movies page will now bring up a page that links to the two new pages. One represents the available videos in alphabetical order from A to K, while the other has L to Z. This doesn't exactly split the alphabet in half, but as this section grows, the pages will be subdivided further.

Also, the RealVideo files are back, or at least some of them are. This time they are set to be able to stream, and will typically run at either 20 kilobits per second or 34 kilobits per second.

New videos have been added as well. There are 3 new Grandia videos, the intro to Sakura Wars, and a part of the attract sequence from Nadesico 'The Blank of 3 Years'. More videos from anime-related video games will follow in time.

However, one video that was introduced recently (the Lunar SSS demo trailer) has been removed from the page temporarily due to some incidents of it causing PCs to crash. Hopefully it will be back soon, and if anyone wants to still check it out, it can be found here.

Any gripes or comments with the Movie pages can be sent to c_n_reed@yahoo.com

Date Updated:
May 4th, 1999

Time Updated:
2:55 PM


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