01- THE RISING
02- LONESOME DAY
03- NO SURRENDER
04- THE FUSE
05- JACKSON CAGE
06- EMPTY SKY
07- YOU'RE MISSING
08- WAITIN' ON A SUNNY DAY
09- DOES THIS BUS STOP AT 82ND STREET
10- WORLDS APART
12- SHE'S THE ONE
14- MARY'S PLACE
15- COUNTIN' ON A MIRACLE
16- THE RIVER [acoustic]
17- INCIDENT ON 57TH STREET [solo piano]
18- INTO THE FIRE
19- DANCING IN THE DARK
21- BORN TO RUN
22- MY CITY OF RUINS
23- BORN IN THE USA
24- LAND OF HOPE AND DREAMS
25- THUNDER ROAD
Downloaded from Dime
This is a Double Layer DVD.
- The entire show on one packed 8.5GB Dual Layer DVD (no discs to swap!)
- 2 camera mix - see below for details
- dubbed with Crystal Cat's "London Night"
- menus and chapters
Angle 1 - stage right, from the master tapes. First hour in high quality "XP" mode, remainder in "SP"
Angle 2 - screenshot, from DVD 1st gen (no vhs stage). Re-encoded to correct resolution, max 8mbps
Angles mixed in MPEG Video Wizard - synchronisation between the two angles is perfect. Stage right angle mixing is lossless - no quality reduction over original DVD source. Screenshot angle had to be re-encoded due to incorrect resolution (704x480 rather than 720x480).
This is not a 2-cam mix in the usual sense - the stage angle is the primary angle, the screenshot was only used when necessary - ie cuts, security ducks, heads in the way or a generally poor view. Very occasionally neither angle had a clear view - not much I could do there.
Source is Crystal Cat's "London Night", downloaded in FLAC from a silver rip.
Dubbed with Sony Soundforge and MPEG Video Wizard.
Encoded to MPEG audio format with TooLAME @ 384kbps
- not enough room for uncompressed PCM audio, and 448kbps AC3 sounded utterly terrible. If you think that AC3 is better just because it has a higher bitrate and a fancy name you'd be wrong. No bass, flat and dull. Probably down to "London Night" as much as anything else.
All done in DVD Lab.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS DVD USES A DOUBLE/DUAL LAYER DISC AND WILL NOT FIT ON A NORMAL DVD-R!
You may notice a brief pause during "Mary's Place" - this is the layer transition, and is normal.