I want to say "forever and ever" or "as long as we both shall live" or something like that. But the reality of the internet is wacky. I have one huge website that is now 19 years old (javaranch/coderanch) and another that is 21 years old (richsoil/permies) so I think I can safely say "at least a decade - probably much more."
We are considering it. There are a lot of complicated bits and bobs to work out. We have worked out bandwidth for streaming HD to be much lower than 360p file transfers. At the same time, there are variables to nail down like "how big will the files be?" For our last project 360p files were about 0.8 gigs and the 1080p files were about 15 gigs. To pull the event off, we are currently testing a lot of equipment, and we are testing a lot of internet options. For the people that have paid $150, we want to give them the live 360p stream, and then it will take even more bandwidth to upload the HD stuff - and we would like them to have those files within hours.
Bottom line: right now we are already doing a lot of gambling with a lot of variables. We will be able to have clearer answers on this in july.
That would be something like 100 DVDs. So, no. BUT! Once we are all done with the event, it is possible that we might offer something as a jump drive. But there are way too many variables right now to be able to offer something like that.
Kickstarter does not allow me to change a reward once somebody has selected one of those rewards. Which makes it hard to insert new rewards. At the same time, my experience with fulfilling stuff is that there are lots of people helping and ... if you say one thing but provide another thing, and there is any room left for alternative interpretation, things become less than optimal.
So when coming up with the new rewards, I embraced that I cannot change the existing rewards and selected dollar values and wording to make it clear what is offered.
That is why the "DESIGN" level contains everything in "BUNDLE" and everything in "ALLFORMATS" and so much more.
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