This is the blurb from Dimeadozen for anyone who cant get into it, The version I downloaded from here some time ago (the .avi one) comes in at under a gig in total, so I guess the quality of this one is better, but is it the same version that has been shared here before??????
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Last seederLast activity 0:36 ago
Size4.36 GB (4,681,623,339 bytes)
DescriptionShow: We Will Rock You
Cast: Original West End
Date: 11th February 2003
Location: Dominion Theatre, London, UK
Source: Pro Shoot
Total running time: 150mins
Picture format: PAL
Aspect ratio Full screen / 4:3
Audio: Dolby Digital
Running time 150 mins
Song Chapters NO (5mins)
Covers art: Included for both DVD and CD Jewel case/s.
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 625/50 (PAL)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Display Mode: Only Letterbox
Source picture resolution: 720x576 (625/50)
Frame Rate: 25.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Audio Coding mode: Dolby Digital
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not specified
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 448 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1
One of two known pro shoot of the show that have been made - the
other has a slightly different cast - but neither has every been
released either in part or full.
This one was filmed in the theatre, in front of an audience, by
multiple cameras - including cranes - and has the full, original London
cast, including Kerry Ellis, who would go on to lead "Wicked" in London
and on Broadway, and Nigel Planer, who was also in the original London
"Wicked" cast, and is now in "Hairspray".
This is clearly from a VHS master, and contains permanent on
screen time code. The two acts stored as separate titles on the disc
with only automatied chapters.
There's some limited fluttering in the audio but other than that, picture and sound are near perfect.
I've managed to register a few minutes after midnight :) But anyway, could somebody re-upload it here ?
Since my share ratio there is pretty bad, I don't want to begin new downloads until I can seed my other downloads until at least 1.00 which can take a couple of months