At a science museum I visited on my 2018 fall vacation (I think it was the Chicago MSI), I saw a video loop that looked and sounded very much like part of the moon landing multimedia show at the Kennedy Space Center's Apollo/Saturn V Center. Both the video I saw this past fall, and the multimedia show, made a point of Armstrong having to take full manual control to avoid a boulder field. And while my memory could be playing tricks on me, the narration and music sounded very much like what I remember from my last visit to KSC.
Is this part of a commercially available DVD? Or something downloadable at a reasonable resolution?
I know it's definitely NOT Bill Gibson and Barry Coe's classic Footprints on the Moon; I have that on DVD; the narrator on the museum video was definitely neither Wernher von Braun (as himself) nor Pierre Jalbert (as Jules Verne), and the music on the museum video was definitely NOT Philip Moody's Laguna Concerto.
Failing that, I'm looking for any DVD or downloadable video that has good, but unadorned, coverage of the powered descent, and doesn't have some weird oblique letterbox, or a split-screen with a series of Lunar Orbiter stills. Coverage of EVA highlights would of course be a plus.
I'm not, for my immediate needs, interested in the transposition-and-docking video, and I've looked over the Apollo 11 Flight Journal index page, and at the videos that looked the most promising. It seems like there's a dearth of powered descent material among what's been posted online.
I'm honestly not sure what Mr. Neff's oblique letterbox is all about, either. (And yes, I'm aware that it's shot out a triangular window.)