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Moving Targets DVD

Artwork


Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1260
Media: 2 DVDr Video
Time: 89:45, 71:29
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-DVD 02996-1
Source: Audience (1st gen VHS)
Audience (DAT Master Clone
Date: October 29, 1996
Location: Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA



DISC 1
Intro
Dreamline
The Big Money
Driven
Half The World
Red Barchetta
Animate
Limbo
The Trees
Red Sector A
Virtuality
Nobody's Hero
Closer To The Heart
2112

DISC 2
Test For Echo
Subdivisions
Freewill
Roll The Bones
Time and Motion
Leave That Thing Alone
The Rhythm Method
Natural Science
Force Ten
The Spirit Of Radio
Tom Sawyer
YYZ



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Average Rating:Audio: 8
Video: 8

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8, Video - 8)

The video and audio track 1 were taken from a 1st generation VHS source. The second audio track is a matrix of the video soundtrack and the audio release for "Moving Targets". The latter has a bit of a more balanced, full range sound while the former is definitely more "in your face" midrange sounding. The matrix track will have the same problems as the original audio release that the DAT was bad and there are about 8 digi-noise spots in the first 40min of the show, never longer than 2 seconds. One of the better sounding shows with "Time and Motion" as part of the set list.

The video is actually pretty nice, shot towards the center of the stage in the back of the arena. The taper gets a nice 1/2 stage shot most of the show with Neil as the center of the stage. There aren't too many obstructions and those that are present are mainly people walking along the aisle. It is a very dark shot for some reason, most likely the iris on the camera was improperly set. This video is thoroughly enjoyable and now one of my personal favorites, even sounds good and looks good on my home theater system. Plus, you get the added bonus of video and audio for the rarely performed "Time in Motion" which is worth having for that alone.

The video was encoded with Variable Bit Rate method for best picture quality and the audio was encoded as Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo at a 448kbps rate, the highest allowed. The maximum bit rate was used for video encoding to ensure the best quality video, so disc 1 is within 1% of max capacity and disc 2 is at max bit rate allowable by the DVD format. The DVD includes animated and interactive menus and an audio setup menu. Special thanks to A.E. for lending us this great video to work with. He shelled out the clams for it so that now we can all enjoy it for free. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade only and not to be sold or bought.    (2003-05-24)

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