I asked that question earlier in "the other" thread, but no answers were forthcoming. And thinking about the technology, I assume that the answer is that we can't access them - they're gifts only for computer users, not for people who merely want to buy the DVD and watch it.Originally posted by DustinStinett:
.....how does one access these egg thingies on a regular DVD player connected to regular TVs?
Are you gonna put out a DVD to teach this stuff?Originally posted by Royce Kirbow:
...Good news!...Rather than using the mouse to control the cursor as you would on a PC or Mac, you simply need to use the DVD player's remote control. ...Sometimes buttons have to be pressed several times, or objects selected that don't appear to change or even exist! The secrets to finding EEs on non-magic DVDs can be like breaking a tough code. I'm guessing that EEs on magic DVDs will be a lot easier to find.
Hope this helps, ...
Dustin. It is just like accessing them on a computer. When you have the DVD in your player just use your arrow keys on your remote. That is how most people find them. Almost all DVD's have Easter Eggs on them. They are just found through Trial and Error.Originally posted by DustinStinett:
This thread is great; thanks! And yes, please refrain from comments other than how and where to access the Easter Eggs on Magic DVDs.
Okay, so for the technically inept like me (a heck of a thing coming from a DVD reviewer), how does one access these egg thingies on a regular DVD player connected to regular TVs?
Yes. http://geniimagazine.com/forum/cgi-bin/ ... 763#000023Originally posted by frank starsinic:
Didn't the Genii DVD that was issued with the magazine last year (or so) have Easter Eggs ?
I believe it did. Can anyone confirm?