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The vid, which is composed of original footage, depicts the vidders getting together to make a Quantum Leap VCR vid over the course of a single weekend (a highly stressful event, hence the vid's title.)
Pressure is thus a rare artifact in that it documents the complexities of making of a VCR vid. The vidders time the song with a stopwatch, mark out the beats, watch, select, and measure all their clips in advance. The vidders work most of the vid out on yellow legal pads with calculators before actually assembling the clips on tape, laying them down in order. The audio track was imported last.
While the vid has been recognized as an important piece of fan art and video that deserves historical and critical attention, there are also concerns about it being distributed broadly online as it was never intended for a mass audience.
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OK, that is AMAZING! And you’re amazing for bringing it to this here internet. It’s remarkable to see images of vidders themselves in a metavid — I can think of only one or two examples nowadays that use that device, and then in more attenuated forms. It does raise the question of what the limits are of “fanvid” as a genre/form, though. I imagine the uninitiated would be far more willing to see this (versus your typical vid) as filmmaking proper. 
For more analysis of Pressure, see Francesca Coppa, "Women, Star Trek, and the early development of fannish vidding." Transformative Works and Cultures, Issue 1, 2008.