I have created Ogg Theora/Vorbis and XviD/MP3 versions of the excellent documentary RiP: A Remix Manifesto. You can find them at the following locations (Update – 2009-05-10: You can pay what you want for zipped versions of these, which are about 1% smaller, at http://www.ripremix.com/getdownloads/):
- RiP_A_Remix_Manifesto_853x480_Theora_Vorbis.ogv (898 MiB)
- RiP_A_Remix_Manifesto_640x360_XviD.avi (700 MiB)
I encourage you to support the creator by paying what you can at one of these pages:
- http://www.ripremix.com/getdownloads/ – pay what you can to download the original movie files, including a DVD image (this link is only available for people in the US)
- http://www.ripremix.com/donate/ – an easy way for anyone (including people outside the US) to pay what they can for the film
I recommend the Theora/Vorbis version because it is higher-quality (853×480 pixels) and because Theora and Vorbis are royalty-free codecs (see The codec dilemma for why this is important). I also provided an XviD/MP3 version since many DVD players support this format.
If you want to remix the documentary, check out Open Source Cinema, where you can upload your own modifications to it. The videos there and the downloads listed above are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported license.