Thursday, May 25, 2017

Muse - 2010-06-26 - Pilton, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Date: June 26th 2010
Venue: Worthy Farm (Glastonbury Festival)
City: Pilton
Country: United Kingdom

Taper: Mystery (TV broadcast) & crowbian (radio broacast)

Lineage:
Video: BBC2 > MPEG2-TS > AVS Video ReMaker > MPEG-PS > DVDLabPro2
Audio:
Channel 1 - stereo mp2
Channel 2 - demuxed 256kbps mp3 > TFM Audio Tool > 256kbps AC3 5.1 upmix

Radio: BBC6 iPlayer > ESI Maya 44 soundcard > SP-SPSC-2 cable > Sony PCM-M10 (@ 44.1/16) >
USB > HDD > Sound Forge 9.0 (normalize, fades) > CD Wave (track splits) > TLH (FLAC 6)
Channel 1 - FLAC6 > TFM Audio Tool > 384kbps AC3
Channel 2 - FLAC6 > TFM Audio Tool > 448kbps AC3 5.1 upmix

Rating:
Video: A+
Audio: A

01. Uprising
02. Supermassive Black Hole
03. New Born
04. Map of the Problematique
05. Guiding Light
06. Citizen Erased
07. Nishe
08. United States Of Eurasia
09. Feeling Good
10. Undisclosed Desires
11. Resistance
12. Interlude + Hysteria
13. House of the Rising Sun instrumental + Time Is Running Out
14. Starlight
15. Stockholm Sydnrome
16. Where The Streets Have No Name (U2 cover, with The Edge)
17. Plug In Baby
18. Man With A Harmonica + Knights Of Cydonia

Bonus Footage:
Interview with The Edge (cuts in)**
Photo Gallery
Radio Broadcast with 5.1 upmix

01. (DJ intro)Uprising
02. Supermassive Black Hole
03. New Born
04. Map of the Problematique
05. Guding Light
06. Citizen Erased
07. Nishe
08. United States Of Eurasia (cuts - DJ outro)
09. (DJ intro) Where The Streets Have No Name (U2 cover, with The Edge)

Notes:
A massive thanks to the recording shared by inabsentia, as I had to use a mere number of frames from your recording to fix a single glitch in my own during Knights Of Cydonia.
Another massive thanks to crowbian for sharing the radio broadcast which has come in as a last minute addition to the disc when I decided to give the 5.1 upmix a try.
And one last massive thanks to Benit, for providing the amazing artwork, and the fantastic DVD menus which are what make this DVD so professional looking.
Apologies if the 5.1 upmix hasn't come off quite right. The first time I've attempted it, but the software came recommended. I don't have the equipment to test it myself either, just wanted to attempt something for you guys.
Thanks to Paul and Phil for letting me tackle this project! Hope everything's come out good enough for our standards but, feel free to re-author anything that's horribly wrong!!
** Interview cuts in but nothing was missed bar the introduction. All he said about playing with Muse is included.



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