DVD vs Video Download

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mtnjohn wrote
on 18 Mar 2012 8:40 PM

Is there are reason for the newer instructional products being offered as Video Download with no DVD option?

Basically, watching workshops on a computer screen really bites compared to watching it on a TV screen.

The controls for pausing, fast forward, reverse, etc. are far superior on a TV as compared to a computer.

This one may only affect me = I can work on a project while watching a TV (8' to 12' distance) whereas I could not even see the computer screen from that distance.

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on 22 Mar 2012 12:46 PM

Hmmm. Was there a particular workshop you were looking for? I just browsed through the store and all of them appeared to have the dvd and download option.

Deborah Boschert

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mtnjohn wrote
on 23 Mar 2012 7:22 PM

I sorted the listing my Product Name to insure the DVD and Download versions would one after the other in the listing.

Here is a sample (exclusive of the eBooks):

Digital Collage for Quilt Design: From Start to Finish (Download)
Dyeing to Stitch: A Comprehensive Guide to Creating Colorful Fabric Art (Download)
Dynamic Quilt Design: Paint Meets Stitch (Download)
Machine Stitching & Painting Quilts: From Start to Finish (Download)
Mixed-Media Painted Fabric (Video Download)

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on 25 Mar 2012 5:55 PM

Try this link of just QA workshops. You should find each one listed as the DVD and the download.

 

http://www.interweavestore.com/Quilting/DVDs-Video/Quilting-Arts-Workshop.html?SessionThemeID=16

 

And here's a specific link to the Digital Collage for Quilt Design DVD.

 

http://www.interweavestore.com/Quilting/DVDs-Videos/Digital-Collage-for-Quilt-Design-DVD.html?SessionThemeID=16

 

So many great ones to choose from!

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