Potentially. This is a bit of a bloggy post but I kind of want to explain my perspective here so you'll have a better idea of what you can realistically expect.
During v1, we got a lot of people who were interested in the project, we got someone to re-encode the episodes for better compatibility, we got someone who livestreamed each episode as we released it. Back then, I had the attitude that I was primarily making the project for other people, and it was pretty rewarding to see that our work was appreciated. For v2 now, I've only had a handful of people express any interest in the project at all and nobody who has been committed enough to watch all the prototype episodes and give me feedback. With this being the case, I have to take the attitude that I'm making it primarily for myself, because otherwise I suspect I might get pretty disappointed when I release it and nobody cares. And I'm only going to ever use the 1080p version myself, so the priority will be to get that out first, and then maybe make a 720p version if it looks like people actually want it and I'm not just wasting my time if I make it.
I am going to release all the source code and the files that you will need for encoding your own version though, so at the very least, you'll be able to put it together yourself.