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A View From The Palace VCD

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=96
Media: 2 VCD Video
Time:
Catalog: AppleJack Studios: AJ-V940322-01
Source: Proshot VHS (3rd Gen)
Date: March 22, 1994
Location: The Palace Of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA



DISC 1
Introduction
Dreamline
The Spirit of Radio
The Analog Kid
Cold Fire
Time Stand Still
Nobody's Hero
Roll the Bones
Animate
Stick It Out
Double Agent
Limelight

DISC 2
Introduction
Mystic Rhythms
Closer to the Heart
Show Don't Tell
Leave That Thing Alone
The Rhythm Method
The Trees
Xanadu
Hemispheres: Prelude
Tom Sawyer
Force Ten
YYZ



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Average Rating:Audio: 9

AppleJack Studios
   (Audio - 9)

Video was captured from a low gen VHS using an ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon video card at 720x480 native AVI (uncompressed) codec, then encoded with TMPGEnc V2.01. The audio was sourced from the "Critical Mass" bootleg for premium sound quality, extracte

Duley
  

I must say that this is an excellent release. The video is very clear, and the audio is excellent being sourced from the Critical Mass bootleg. I put this in my DVD player, and cranked up my stereo full blast, and it was a real treat to watch. The video audio synch is very well done as well.

If you've got a DVD player I strongly recommend this production. The nice thing about it is that it can be copied and shared around without any further generation loss.

I know the debate will continue on about VCD vs DVD, but anyone can copy VCD now, and it's going to be a a while yet before many people have DVD recorders to copy DVDr discs. So for now, VCD is the way to go.

2002 Rush RoIO of the Year Award
  

   (2003-03-22)

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