This server is indeed much better :)
Artwork looking better at every single version, still i must say that they are a bit... Grey and all the same style, but on the other hand that shows that they are from the same tour and the same creator. I think they are cool :P
Thanx! And keep creating them for all the people who like them.
One tiny mistake... You totally forgot Rotterdam!!!! It was the best concert so far how could you do this? :P And ofcourse Dortmund.
T1000donkey wrote: Hey there's a prague DVD?
I'm very interested if someone has it or wants to upload it I'de be very happy. Asswel as a DVD from Paris.
I can offer stuff in return :).
Both 30 Minutes worth of each show. This is what I've read about them:
Paris: shot from a digital camera, clips of most songs from the concert.
Prague: Shot from a digital camera, better quality than Paris. 7 (I think) full songs
Video: Very Good -
Audio: Very Good - (Bit flat sounding)
<font color=#FF399> Linda Of The Valley wrote: ahh, thank you! I will have to take a look at the crappy burning software I have so I can use these covers.
Does anyone else use free burning software like
EasyCdCreater (not so easy actually!!) and BurnX or Burn4Free ?
Most normal and older cd hi-fis don't play mp3 so I converted the files I wanted to burn to .wav . Does wav files play on most cd players?
Really appreciate any help and thanks again Libor for the link,
PS I haven't burned any audio concerts to cds and I really wanna!!
I use Roxio to burn my cds....although if you're running Windows XP, there's a free program on there called RecordNow DX, which is good as well (you can even set the number of seconds between songs, meaning for a gig you can run the tracks without gaps).
Mp3/WMA files normally do burn to cds and work on cd players. I haven't used .wav files, I usually save them as either .mp3 or .wma files and that works fine for me.
Hope this helps - if you need any further help let me know.
the best for listening CDs on walkmans or hi-fis is to make audio CD from your mp3 or wav (or flac, but if I remember correctly, you don't like flac, do you?).
The easy and fine soft is Nero, but, unfortunately, it costs something. Then you can try EAC (it's free), which is great especially for ripping audio CDs (or copying them), but it can handle wavs or mp3s too and burn audio CD from them.
Here's link link
but I should say, it's not too easy program and it takes a little time trying to find, how to work with it (and you must download lame mp3 encoder from other site to work with mp3 - there's link on EAC pages to the lame site).
In case you do wanna try, I can help a little then. (and don't forget use CD/RW for trying and learning with any new burn software :-)