DVD QUEEN + Paul Rodgers - Live In Moscow 15.09.2008 (16 cameras)
Audio: Dolby AC3 48000Hz 6ch 256Kbps [AC-3]
Video: MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 7000Kbps [Video] link
this is my long work
I hope you enjoy
Downloading now, should have it by tomorrow - if you can wait til then I'll torrent it for you. (EDIT - finished and torrenting- see separate thread!!) Thanks for sharing all your hard work with us, A-Project!! :)
Thank you all! I'm going to create a blu-ray version. This will differ from this dvd. Waiting for your comments in my guestbook on my web-site [img=/images/smiley/msn/wink_smile.gif][/img]
If this was all shot on HD, a Bluray version would be great!
BUT, will it be 1080 on a Bluray disc or will you convert it to 720 and make a Dual Layer AVCHD disc out of it?
I ask because not many of us have Bluray writing capability yet, but if we can download a 720p version authored to AVCHD and put on a normal Dual Layer 8.5gb disc, then we can all burn that on our normal DVD writers and play on our Bluray players.
If you want software, PM me!
Thank you all! I'm going to create a blu-ray version. This will differ from this dvd. Waiting for your comments in my guestbook on my web-site
Hi, there are many small synchronization problems on the video. If you want to to the blu-ray version, please double-check it :-)
Thanks again for this share
Worse than the sync problems (which are understandable when you've got 16 cameras!), is the fact that it's not authored correctly.
There is a pause at the end of every song because instead of leaving the "end action" setting blank for each index point, he's set it to go to the next index point. It's a typical newbies error (although I don't know if he's new to DVD authoring or not).
It should be easily sorted with a re-author.
Also, and bear in mind these are constructive critiscisms and i'm not slagging the guy off, it does suffer from rotating round loads of camera angles in rapid succession every few seconds - it's all too much!
Personally, I'd also ditch the cameras which obviously are recording around 15 frames a second and no more, as that breaks up the flow of the video - it jars.
Great effort though and it shows how we should all be cooperating in future :)