Unlike other Miramar video albums, this one cost $5 million to make. They normally cost $100,000 to $150,000 to make. (Source) This one also features voice acting, a plot and characters, something the other albums lacked (they were just scenery and music).
This was played out of a Pioneer CLD-V870 player, captured with a Blackmagic Intensity Pro 4K (720x486), stitched clips and resynced audio in DaVinci resolve (to uncompressed) and compressed with Handbrake. It is a lossless H.264 file to help those interested in conversions, such as deinterlacing or upscaling. For those of you who aren't, there's always the Internet Archive's own video player.