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Posted: 12 Feb 12, 11:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I would advise you to download this version insteadhttp://www.queenzone.com/forums/1299753/announce-queen-and-pr-london-oct-2008-incomplete-dvd-blu-ray-version2.aspx[/url[/url[/url[/url]]]]

Queen + Paul Rodgers, O2 Arena, London England. 13th October 2008.

Lineage : Sony HDR-SR11 - Powerdirctor 10 - Blu-ray

Video,
Type: MPEG-2
Duration: 1hr 10 min
Bitrate: 32.01 Mbps
Frame Rate: 25fps
Aspect ratio 16:9
Resolution: 1920x1080

 Audio,
Type: LPCM
Sampling Rate: 48 kHz
Bitrate: 1536 Kbps

Size: 13.7 GB

You can check the quality of the video here http://www.youtube.com/user/Nowmark30?feature=mhee[/url]

Tight security on the night, I was not brave enough to lift my camera until IWTBF. I filmed until I was caught by security during Radio Ga Ga. I missed Bad Company to have a cigarette. Pretty shakey at times to be honest, but some nice bits too.

I Want To Break Free
C-lebrity
Surf's Up... School's Out
Seagull
Love Of My Life
'39
Bass solo
Drum Solo
I'm In Love With My Car
A Kind Of Magic
Say It's Not True
We Believe
Guitar Solo
Bijou
Last Horizon
Radio Ga Ga (cut)

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Posted: 12 Feb 12, 12:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks a lot for this footage from QPR 2008!

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Posted: 12 Feb 12, 14:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you very much Mark!


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Posted: 13 Feb 12, 10:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for sharing your recording :)


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Posted: 13 Feb 12, 13:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Wow!
Thanks Mark :)

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Posted: 13 Feb 12, 15:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mark you're a star!!! I was at this gig!!!


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Posted: 14 Feb 12, 04:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

on beyond thanks for this!

I was there. great gig

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Posted: 14 Feb 12, 07:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for the share. I'm not downloading, but appreciate the gesture. Saw you used Powerdirector. I still use Sony Vegas (11). How is Powerdirector compared to Vegas?

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Posted: 14 Feb 12, 08:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

people on streets wrote:
Thanks for the share. I'm not downloading, but appreciate the gesture. Saw you used Powerdirector. I still use Sony Vegas (11). How is Powerdirector compared to Vegas?
Kind regards.



I had small problems with Vegas, and gave up on it some time ago. It was noticeably slower importing large files, and seemed to lose frames on hd rendering, also had the odd crash during importing and rendering. Might have just been codecs, but could not solve it.

Powerdirector is faster at rendering, and never crashes on me. It's easier to use too, I think. My Nvidia graphics card is also supported for acceleration on rendering with P.D.

Although both do pretty much the same job, I prefer Powerdirector. It's worth a look if you have time for it. I don't miss Vegas, I uninstalled it months ago.


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Posted: 14 Feb 12, 08:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

PowerDirector also keeps interlacing on relevent files, something that other HD editors certainly don't!
I've just started using PD9, and it's preview monitor has the option of viewing files in low resolution: something which is ideal for me and my computer...

Question for you though Mark:
Does PD10 have frame view though? Most of the editors today don't have that basic function, but it's an important one for me as I sometimes need to have two identical programmes on the timeline but from different sources, so that I can edit out tape dropouts from the relevent frames.

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Posted: 14 Feb 12, 10:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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PowerDirector also keeps interlacing on relevent files, something that other HD editors certainly don't!
I've just started using PD9, and it's preview monitor has the option of viewing files in low resolution: something which is ideal for me and my computer...

Question for you though Mark:
Does PD10 have frame view though? Most of the editors today don't have that basic function, but it's an important one for me as I sometimes need to have two identical programmes on the timeline but from different sources, so that I can edit out tape dropouts from the relevent frames.


This rendering has a progressive frame rate by default, they must have worked on that between PD9 and 10.

I have not got down to single frames myself, but there is a video here for PD9 explaining it, I think...
http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/downloadAttach/4672.page

Download it from thepiratebay and have a look at it, If you don't rate it delete it, and if you like it buy a licence, that's what I did. The trial version has a lot of locked out features, so it's not worth downloading.


Hope this helps.


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Posted: 16 Feb 12, 06:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fantastic - thanks!!


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Posted: 18 Feb 12, 13:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi Mark,
Did you record this as 50i (or 50fps is more likely what the option says on your camera under frame rate) or 25fps, as what you've kindly uploaded for us is a De-interlaced picture?
I've been caught out by this before on my old JVC.

As an aside, have you tried multiAVCHD for BD authoring?
Sadly it's not a supported piece of software any more, but it IS free and would have kept the picture interlaced if that's how your master recording is.

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Posted: 18 Feb 12, 17:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

brians wig wrote:
Hi Mark,
Did you record this as 50i (or 50fps is more likely what the option says on your camera under frame rate) or 25fps, as what you've kindly uploaded for us is a De-interlaced picture?
I've been caught out by this before on my old JVC.

As an aside, have you tried multiAVCHD for BD authoring?
Sadly it's not a supported piece of software any more, but it IS free and would have kept the picture interlaced if that's how your master recording is.



The original recording was 25fps.

What is telling you this is de-interlaced? PD10 & Vegas11 showing it as Progressive, just curious cheers. Shame it was not kept Interlaced either way, must have a fiddle with PD 10 and see if I can fix that for the next one.

Will have a look at multiAVCHD too when I can cheers.


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Posted: 18 Feb 12, 18:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I was there with my wife, so ta for this.
Looks marvilous thank you very much.

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Posted: 18 Feb 12, 19:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi mark,
What tells me it's de-interlaced is I watched it on a TV set and I can tell.

Setting an encoder to Progressive mode does tend to de-interlace material.

How does it look on your own TV set if you play the original file back via the camera?

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Posted: 18 Feb 12, 19:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No longer have that camera :(

Can only view on my TV through my pc, looks great in powerdvd, looks nasty enough in vlc and wmp.


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Posted: 21 Feb 12, 03:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you very much for this video, Mark. It was very hard to film from your seat and I feel for you all the way through:-)Too bad that you were caught but at least you had more freedom to wave and shout after that. I was in many concerts where the artists did not mind the least and you could film openly. Queen are the worst in this respect and you have to choose between filming and enjoying the concert. Thank you for choosing to film and to share it with us, very much appreciated.


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Posted: 21 Feb 12, 04:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Maybe it will be a boring question for Blu-Ray sharing, but I have to ask this. Is there a DVD version of this nice recording? I'm not a video expert to convert it to DVD, sorry.

Thanks for your great effort and kind sharing...


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Posted: 21 Feb 12, 17:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

rhapsody8 wrote:
Maybe it will be a boring question for Blu-Ray sharing, but I have to ask this. Is there a DVD version of this nice recording? I'm not a video expert to convert it to DVD, sorry.
Thanks for your great effort and kind sharing...



That's a fair request, and one I was half expecting :)
Will up a DVD version Soon.


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