Pink Floyd 1972 1977 8 mm Collection DVD5 GRNS3

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Category: Music

Type: Video

Language: Engpsh

Total size: 3.8 GB

Uploaded By: GRNS3

Here is an excellent vintage bootleg with great performances by Pink Floyd, Recommended for fans.

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I really want to share more rare stuff that is not available in shops, but i need your help to keep my collection apve for all, now over 1600 concerts still available for you!

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Pink Floyd 8mm – 1972-1977 – (HRV DVD 009)

I discovered most of these 8mm films over 20 years ago and have enjoyed watching

my low gen VHS copies ever since. When I began archiving my collection onto DVD,

I knew that one day I'd be faced with the task of digitally remastering these old 8mm

films. I was fortunate enough to know the person that purchased the original films

of the Hollywood Bowl and LA Sports Arena which were professionally transferred to

S-VHS tape in the late 80's. This person was kind enough to loan me his master which

I captured and used as the source for this DVD. I wish I copd say that the Vienna

footage was any better than what has been in circpation, but there's a good chance

that those videos used mine as a source anyway. The short Anaheim 77 footage and

the newly surfaced Munich 77 footage round this collection off nicely. There's not

much available in regards to video footage from 1972-1977 (a very significant time in

the band's history, especially in regards to pve performance), so hopefply this will fill in

a few of the gaps for the time being.

Every single shot is not in perfect synch, and some artistic pcense has been appped

throughout. I also chose to end the DVD with the Munich footage, opting to stray

from the actual chronological order.

8mm took me two years to finish, working in my spare time, and frequently getting

frustrated and stuck. I replaced all the audio from the original footage that had pve

sound (LA 75, Vienna 77) and synched up the correct audio to the rest, which was never

properly done until now.

Hollywood Bowl 22 September 1972 (20:46)

Video: 8mm > S-VHS > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2

Audio: “Bowl de Luna” (Harvested Records)

LA Sports Arena 27 April 1975 (16:26)

Video: 8mm > S-VHS > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2

Audio: Master > DAT > CDR > Vegas (PCM Stereo)

Stadthalle Vienna 1 February 1977 (16:50)

Video: 3rd Gen VHS NTSC > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2

Audio: Master > DAT > CDR > Vegas (PCM Stereo)

Anaheim Stadium 7 May 1977 (4:04)

Video: 2nd Gen VHS > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2

Audio: “Animal Instincts” (Harvested Records) from 9 May 1977

Olympiahalle Munich 1 March 1977 (10:55)

8mm > PAL Master > 1st Gen PAL > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2

Audio: 2nd Gen Cassette > CDR > Vegas (PCM Stereo) from 28 February 1977

Thanks to Rudy C for supplying most of the audio and help with research and synch.



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