This video is a tribute to "Sovvie" a scripter who has done alot of work for the BC community. It showcases several of his mods and mixed in are some quotes from various members of the community.
Greetings all. It's finally done and at the best quality my old computer can get it at. It's aging about 5 years now with some upgrades. Can't upgrade it any further...I suppose I'll have to invest in a newer compmuter one of these days. Had I more skills with photoshop, I would have made many a things to improve this video. I have to say that this video is amazing and my best one yet. Also, included, are the blooper video and bonus footage at the end of the main theme. I would like to thank all those who have participated in this video by submitting some responses and quotes. One more thing...I will also be putting a smaller file on youtube; I have to see if the smaller file is any good, I may post a smaller version for those using dial-up internet. Disclaimer: I am not a part of nor affiliated with Paramount Pictures or Activision in any way. Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and related properties are Registered Trademarks of Paramount Pictures (A Viacom Company) registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Star Trek:Bridge Commander was produced and distributed by Activision. This video is not intended as an infringement of the owners rights. P.S. It has been a real pleasure making this video in honor of USS Sovereign. He has done sooo much for this community by enhancing the way the game plays. We are all in your debt... P.S. (Part 2) You can post whatever on the comments below or send them here... cordanilus AT hotmail DOT com Oh yeah, the Dedication Plaque with the name Rob Archer on it, that's not sovvie, just in case some people get mixed. I put rob archers name on it because he was the one who made the plaque. I guess I should have put it in the corner. Requirements: a DIVX player or something that can play .divx files It would have been .wmv but for some reason, the transcoding left the .wmv video shakey. divx was the only good compression that was available to me other than .wmv
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