Hi there, so a while ago, I decided to edit the SS video, Computer Caper to write out the segements and street stories featured into the same guide used for typical SS direct to video specials that also use archive material. However, for some repition reason, such changes were undone and while I can understand the trimming of staff and cast list, I personally feel that maybe you could change your mind at any chance for this.
To start off, unlike more recent SS videos that accordingly uses a street story before segments, as what would be the case for a similar format to SS's current seasons, this video has the various featured street scenes used interchangibly with segments, similar to SS's old magazine format of putting a typical episode. The same can be said for other SS videos, such as Slimey's World Games and Sesame Sings Karaoke. So by just writing out the segements used outside of the street scenes without much specific order could lead to quite some confusing points, especially since the latter mentioned video contains both street stories interchangibly used with archive material and clips with new footage.
So, if any possible, for episode videos such as Computer Caper that uses a magazine format on the street stories interchangebly, could there be an exception made to write out a segment guide for such videos?
I don't see why the videos using the old magazine format is a good reason to present those pages as guides. Those videos mostly just reuse Street scenes with new segments. Readers can click the episode link to read the Street scenes (made all the easier with the "Show Only Street Scenes" filter), and a Segments section listing each one in chronological order is provided on the page. Videos that have a significant amount of new content (framing or otherwise) are worth guiding because that content wouldn't be covered anywhere else. Compiling guides for videos that mostly reuse content by wholesale reposting images and descriptions from the episode guides is just superfluous, and I don't think it's that important to clarify what segment appeared after Scene 2 in the video. Sesame Sings Karaoke at least has a DVD Chapters section which specifies the sequence of segments, including the new framing scenes with Elmo, so that's probably worth adding to the Computer Caper page.
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I posted that image four years ago, so I wouldn't be able to give you specifics. I remember I got it from a dub, but I'm not sure if it was Plaza Sésamo or Sesamstraat. I also can't find the segment in our Sesame scripts, so there's a possibility that this didn't air in English.
The placeholders using the play all menu animations, but without audio were stored in the DVDs quiz challenge title on Doin' Things that Doozer's Do only used for changing questions after the right and wrong answer screens after researching the disc contents. You'll find these and other stuff if you look into DVDs with DVD Shrink and PGCEdit.
We don't usually get that specific about DVD contents. Please do not re-add your edits after they've been removed or changed by someone else, specifically an administrator. Even if you leave a message and don't receive an immediate reply, that does not mean you can re-add it. Edit-warring is not productive, and rather than re-adding, you need to focus on something else. If this editing pattern continues, you will receive, at least, a temporary block.
The VHS glitching effect was near the end of Transylvania 1-2-3-4-5 on the episode on HBO Max. If you watch that closely, you'll see the corruption artifact in effect and that's a video processing mistake they made when recording the episodes and adding them to the service.