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   >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> HORNET + FUSECON + BLUE 7 MEDIA PROUDLY PRESENT:
   MINDCANDY VOLUME 2: AMIGA DEMOS!..........................................


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   INFO:
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   The Amiga computer was launched in 1985 as an advanced personal and gaming
   computer. Many hobbyist computer programmers, graphic artists, and musicians
   took hold of this platform and created spectacular programs to show off
   their talent and the Amiga's capabilities.  Over the past several decades,
   many talented individuals created amazing works of art unseen and unknown
   to world outside the small Amiga computer and demo scene.  The Amiga only
   survived for a decade, but these demonstrations will live on forever.

   "MindCandy Volume 2: Amiga Demos" was a DVD project by Hornet, Fusecon, and
   Blue 7 Media, started in 2003 and completed in late 2006.  Free preview
   discs were given away at the Assembly 2005 demoparty, featuring an Amiga
   Workbench-style menu (you can still get the preview .ISO, search for
   "mindcandy" at www.scene.org).  The final DVD was officially released on
   January 16th, 2007.

   Over five years later, as of May 1st, 2012, MC2 has officially sold out!
   To celebrate the occasion, we are releasing both the PAL and NTSC versions
   under a Creative Commons license.  Details of the license are below.

   This archive contains the same full dual-layer .ISO image that the retail
   disc contained, including the layer break in the right place.  Also included
   are the DVD case cover, the full booklet, and even the images we used for
   our stickers.  So if you missed your chance to experience MC2, fret no more!
   We've also thrown in some reviews we got from Amiga Power and c't magazine.

   We had to capture RGB video in as good quality as possible (the video had to
   come directly from the Amiga RGB port) using 2004-era technology on a small
   budget, including an uncompressed workflow to avoid any generational
   artifacts.  The NTSC video is 720x480 @ 29.97i (interlaced) while PAL is
   720x576 @ 25i (both in 4:3 aspect ratio).  MC2 was mastered for CRT tube
   televisions, but should still look great on any output device.

   MindCandy Volume 2 was a very successful release, having sold 3000 copies
   (1000 NTSC and 2000 PAL).  The sales of MC2 provided the seed money to make
   MindCandy Volume 3, our Blu-ray high-def follow-up to our first PC volume,
   so the project gave back to the scene community not once but twice.
   MindCandy Volume 3 is still available - visit http://www.mindcandydvd.com/3
   to get your copy!

   We hope you enjoy MindCandy Volume 2 as much as we enjoyed making it.


   -=[NTSC version-specific notes]=-

   All of the source material came from European Amiga demos, which are in the
   PAL video standard of 50 frames per second.  This material was used to
   create the NTSC version using a mixture of motion compensation and editing,
   with little or no ghosting or motion artifacts, achieving better results
   than expensive dedicated hardware (for North American 'sceners, the NTSC
   release of MC2 is the only way to view Amiga demos as they were intended
   without actually owning European PAL Amiga hardware).

   If you live in North America and own home theater gear that cannot play PAL
   discs at 50Hz, please use the NTSC version.  Attempting to play the PAL
   version may result in annoying skipping or judder during sections with
   smooth motion, ruining the "full framerate" effect that demoscene demos are
   known for.

   While the NTSC conversion was of extremely high quality, it differs from the
   source material in both resolution and framerate enough that it should not
   be used as a historically-accurate reference.  For true historical accuracy,
   please reference the PAL version.


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                                                             SPECIAL FEATURES:
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   Audio commentary
   Each demo has an audio track discussing the demo, from either the original
   demo creators, other fans and experts, or ourselves.

   Subtitles
   By popular demand from our non-native-English-speaking friends, the
   commentary is accompanied by subtitles, in no fewer than three
   languages: English, French, and German.

   Original and 5.1 channel Dolby Digital soundtracks
   All demos feature both the original stereo soundtrack, captured straight
   from Amiga hardware, and a surround sound track, rebuilt from the audio
   samples contained within the demo music files.

   12-page full color booklet
   Once again the package contains a large booklet, with info on every demo,
   along with a timeline of Amiga demos, credits, and various other tidbits of
   information.  We have included the booklet in this release as a PDF.

   Production notes
   Volume 2's production notes go beyond the first, with a full audio track,
   photos, and in-progress screenshots and animations. No enthusiast
   (read: geek ;) ) stone is left unturned, as we share just how much a pain
   reviving old hardware can be.

   New playback modes
   For fun, we added two new playback modes - shuffle, which plays demos
   back randomly - every time you put in the disc - and jukebox, which allows
   you to play up to a dozen demos in the order you want. Our DVD authoring
   wizard Jeremy managed to use fractional DVD hardware registers, the hardware
   Random register, and crazy scripting skills to bring the first intelligent
   random shuffle on any DVD.  Random mode has a random starting point, doesn't
   follow a preset pattern, and will not repeat any of the last 12 demos
   played, on any DVD player!



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                                                               THE FEATURETTE:
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   DEMOGRAPHICS: PORTRAIT OF A PARTY
   A 19-minute film, created exclusively for MindCandy Volume 2: Amiga Demos
   by Blue7 Media

   The "demo party" has deep roots in the underground realm of home computing.
   First, kids gathered in school gyms and empty halls to trade copies of the
   latest games. They presented themselves as "cracker" groups and put little
   intros in front of the games on the disks they spread.. until the police
   showed up! Those who took the intro making more seriously (as well as
   the law!) continued meeting in larger halls with like-minded chums, now
   competing to see who can get the best code, music, and graphics out of a
   computer. Almost as weird and wacky as the partygoers themselves were all
   the tweaked and customized Commodores, Ataris, and PCs brought together.
   In the days before LAN, floppy disks were swapped from machine to
   machine.. and hurled into the air, in more extravagant outdoor competitions.

   In 2003, shortly after the release of MindCandy Volume 1, the crew embarked
   on a trip from America to Germany, to witness one of the largest and last
   of the traditional demoparties - no gaming, no outside network. This new
   event was called Breakpoint, a successor to the wildly successful Mekka
   & Symposium which united countries and computers into one informal melting
   pot of drinking, dancing, and freestyle computing. Not knowing quite what
   to say, the crew just turned on their cameras and microphones and let the
   experience document itself.

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  /        /   __    \    \/  _|     \_     ___/_    \/   _|    \_ /   ____/__
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                                                                DEMO CONTENTS:
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   MEGADEMO / RED SECTOR INC.
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   MENTAL HANGOVER / SCOOPEX                            _____
                                                       /    /\
   ENIGMA / PHENOMENA                                 /____/  \        __
                                                      \    \  /       /_/\
   VOYAGE / RAZOR 1911                                 \____\/        \_\/
                                        __
   HARDWIRED / SILENTS & CRIONICS      /\_\
                                       \/_/
   HUMAN TARGET / MELON DEZIGN
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   WORLD OF COMMODORE / SANITY                                  /    /\
                                         _____                 /____/  \
   STATE OF THE ART / SPACEBALLS        /    /\                \    \  /
                                       /____/  \                \____\/
   DESERT DREAM / KEFRENS              \    \  /
                                        \____\/
   GROOVY / LEMON

   242 / VIRTUAL DREAMS (FAIRLIGHT)                    _____
                                                      /\    \
   9 FINGERS / SPACEBALLS                            /  \____\
                                                     \  /    /
   ARTE / SANITY                                      \/____/

   FRIDAY AT EIGHT / POLKA BROTHERS                                +
                                                   .
   LOVE / VIRTUAL DREAMS (FAIRLIGHT)                   __
                                                      /\_\
   NEXUS 7 / ANDROMEDA                                \/_/

   DEEP - THE PSILOCYBIN MIX / CNCD & PARALLAX                         _____
                                                          *           /\    \
   CLOSER / CNCD                                                     /  \____\
                                                                     \  /    /
   TINT / THE BLACK LOTUS                                             \/____/

   SUMEA / VIRTUAL DREAMS (FAIRLIGHT)

   CAPTURED DREAMS / THE BLACK LOTUS        _____
                                           /    /\
   KILLER / CNCD                          /____/  \
                                          \    \  /
   RELIC / NERVE AXIS                      \____\/        .             __
                                                                       /_/\
   SMOKEBOMB / OZONE                                                   \_\/
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                                                             /\    \
   CONCRETE / EPHIDRENA                                     /  \____\
                                                    .       \  /    /      +
   PERFECT CIRCLE / THE BLACK LOTUS                          \/____/
                                             __/\__
   LAPSUUS / MATUREFURK                      \    /
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   FATE FITS KARMA / MADWIZARDS                \/
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   SILKCUT / THE BLACK LOTUS           /\_\                  +   __/\__
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      _\   \______\    \   _/     \  ____/ /____ _\     \ /__ _/  _/_ ____\
     /  \   \      \    \  |      /_/ __ \/   _ \  \     \\_/_   ___/  ___/
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   Jim Leonard (Trixter)
   Jim "Trixter" Leonard enjoys a life of mundane nerditude, occasionally
   punctuated by periods in which a few of his 15 minutes of fame are burned
   up. Since the early 1980s, he's been fascinated by anything that creates
   artistic mediums where none were meant to exist; since the 1990s, he
   continually attempts to create them. So it was only natural that in the new
   millennium, he would try to simultaneously document and hoard them. Such
   efforts have lead to involvement in the archival demogroup Hornet; founding
   MobyGames, the world's largest online game database; spearheading the
   MindCandy DVD projects with Dan Wright; and creating the colossal waste of
   time 8088 Corruption. Jim enjoys playing the game Real Life™ in Illinois,
   USA with his wife and two sons.

   Andy Voss (Phoenix)
   Andy Voss, using the handle "Phoenix" on computers since childhood, grew
   fascinated by demos, and the scene culture they inspired, through the 1990s.
   Although his creative skills were limited mostly to tracker music, he
   studied demos like an ancient art and helped preserve and recover them for
   various projects. Having the unfortunate luck of growing up without an
   Amiga, Andy was overjoyed when emulation on PCs became possible in the mid
   90s. After releasing his collection of demo MODs on a website called
   Demodulate, Andy took on the challenge of rebuilding some of these
   four-channel treasures into 5.1 channel surround sound, without changing
   them too much and angering Amiga purists. He misses his tracking days,
   but is more than satisfied with his graphics design work for the DVD
   package and the website you are viewing right now. :)

   Jeremy Williams (Blue 7 Media)
   After stumbling upon Dan's seminal demo ftp site in 1992, Jeremy was hooked.
   He would become known campus-wide as the guy with the coolest
   "screensavers". From 1996-1998 he ran the PC Demo Fan Club web site where
   he shared opinions about the scene and introduced newcommers to it. Though
   that site has since falling into obscurity, the Demographics featurette on
   this DVD is a natural extention of Jeremy's unexplainable need to connect
   with regular people about the demo scene, and convince them it's the
   coolest thing in the history of the universe.
   This time around, Jeremy not only did the featurette (listen to the
   commentary, BTW), but the DVD authoring and most of the menu tricks as well.

   Dan Wright (Pallbearer)
   Dan Wright first discovered demos around 1986 on his Commodore C-128 (in
   C-64 emulation mode of course). During the late 80's he created several
   C-64 demos that can be found on his Fusecon web page if you look in the
   right place. Dan caught a glimpse of his first "real" PC demo, Fishtro,
   during Spring of 1992. That summer he created the "Internet Demo Site"
   which later became known as Hornet. A couple years later, he released the
   first mixed-mode CD for the demoscene, called "Escape". This was followed
   up with a two CD release (audio/data) called "Freedom" (1995) and an audio
   CD co-produced with Imphobia called "audiophonik" (1999), containing songs
   from scene musicians. In 2002, Dan assisted with the financing, booklet
   art, and business aspect of producing the MindCandy Volume 1: PC Demos.
   He also has the laborious task of packaging and mailing all the DVD's.
   Dan currently lives in Oregon with his wife and son, spending the majority
   of his time pestering the wife. With the launch of MC2, Dan is now looking
   forward to visiting the post office many times over the next few months.

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   ART & MUSIC:
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   Antti Jädertpolm (Fthr)
   Antti "fthr" Jädertpolm was invited to join the controversial "The Planet
   Of Leather Moomins" movement as the 2nd member back in 1995. From there on
   he has produced visual material (demographics, experimental screenplays,
   cardboard animals) for TPOLM with a unique style that has sometimes been
   compared to Leonard Cohen's 1977 album "Death Of A Ladies' Man". Currently
   living in a place that can be vaguely described as "Europe", Antti
   continues to supply companies, organisations, individuals and DemoDVD
   makers with psychosurreal digital collages that are sure to distract
   the targetted audience from the real meaning.

   Arto Koivisto (Little Bitchard)
   Arto started tracking on Amiga early 1992, but only got seriously involved
   with the demoscene a bit over five years later at the end of 1997. To date
   he has contributed sounds, music or mixing/production to over 50 demo,
   intro and wild releases and released several hundreds of personal entries
   both compo and non-compo (for FUN!) under various nicknames with Little
   Bitchard being the most well-known out of these. With his daytime job
   revolving around electronics maintenance/servicing, Arto also enjoys
   building electronic instruments and gadgets.

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    /        \/   /   /_____/  \/   \        \   /            \     \     \
    \____________/______\____________\_______/__/______/\_____/___________/
     /            /   /-----/   __     /     \/    /     /----/     ____/__
    /____    ____/   /     /    \/    /   _  /    /     /   __\________    \
       /     //           /    /     /    /      /           \/       /    /
      /     //_____/     /____/_____/    /\_____/_____/\______\      /    /
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                                           SPECIAL THANKS:
   - -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Even more people than those above contributed to this DVD project. We must
   give our gratitude to those who appeared or contributed footage to the
   featurette, who helped spread word of the project, or who just gave us much
   needed motivation and moral support. They include but are not limited to:

   Tools and resources
   Neil Casini (Vanquish) & Z5, Jay Vidheecharoen, Alex Evans (Statix),
   Ed Bravo, Ville Jouppi, Stefan Scharfenberg, Mano & Fizick, Ian Luck

   Additional support and thanks
   M.C. Battilana (Cloanto), Yann Hamiaux & Stephane Martel,
   Mattias Ziegs (Maz), Vincent Joguin, Jason Scott, Pim van Mun (Stony),
   Zone, Mattias Dahlberg, Jussi Laakkonen (Abyss) & ASMOrg, MicroCinema,
   everyone who contributed audio commentary, everyone we put in front of a
   camera at Breakpoint '03, and those of you with any excitement left after
   having to wait four years! :)

   Dedicated in memory of our fellow Hornet alum, and good friend,
   Ben "Diablo" Shelton.                              .
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   EASTER EGGS:
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   Don't read this section if you want to find them yourself!

   There are TWO Easter Eggs on the PAL DVD:
   - LightBright Intro: On the main menu use the cursor to highlight the 
   "2" to get an intro we were going to use.
   - Making of 9 Fingers: Click the ENTER button during the face/intro screen
   of 9 Fingers.

   There are THREE Easter Eggs on NTSC DVD:
   - Same two as above
   - 8088 Corruption: DVD credits page (use cursor to find the hidden "8088")

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   LICENSE:                                                               \/
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   The work "MindCandy Volume 2: Amiga Demos" (both PAL and NTSC editions,
   including the print materials in the archive) is made available under an
   Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) license.
   This license allows you to freely copy and view the work provided you do not
   sell it, attempt to transform it, or reference it without attribution.  For
   more details on this license, please visit:
   http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

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