Specs: 2.3 GB file size, mp4/h.264/aac, 960x540p, 30fps, 2 Mbps bit rate (VBR).
Please continue to seed for a couple of days until there are a lot of seeds. You don't need to keep your computer on all the time, just seed when you're using the computer.
Because of a few requests for smaller file sizes for faster download (mostly from outside the USA), I'm experimenting with a low bit rate. Compare to the Nevada game—same dimensions, 960x540p, but Nevada was 4 Mbps (high quality) and 4.8 GB file size.
After you watch the USC file, I would appreciate your feedback. Do you prefer:
1. Small file size (~2.5 GB) for faster download and smaller storage. 960x540p and decent video quality.
2. Medium file size (~5 GB) for good video quality but 960x540p, slightly less than HD resolution.
3. Large file size (~7 GB) for good video quality at 720p HD resolution.
If most people prefer the large HD file, I could create both a large and small file. I now have a 2nd computer that's powerful enough to transcode, so I could create a small file and a large file simultaneously. The only disadvantage is that it reduces torrent efficiency since the initial seeding is still limited by my upload speed, and seeders are split up between the two files (unless you seed both files, which would be cool).