Balc. R50°
4.0 (7 votes)
DVDylan ID:
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, England, UK
Date: Friday, 24th April 2009
Never-Ending Tour Concert #2128
A Coop49 video
  • Disk 1 (1:09:21:06)
    -Opening Credits [titles over 20:20 still]
    -Introduction [8:02 still]
    -Cats In The Well [shaky/obstructed 2:54:10/7 stills w/7 trans.; off-target 18:19/1 still w/trans]
    -It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [off-target 23:07/1 still w/trans; shaky transition to next song/1 still w/trans.]
    -Things Have Changed [shaky start 19:10/1 still w/trans.]
    -Boots Of Spanish Leather
    -The Levee's Gonna Break
    -Sugar Baby
    -Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
    -Po' Boy
    -Its Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
    -Make You Feel My Love
    -Highway 61 Revisited
    -Love Sick [audio split here/3-frames audio removed for a/v sync; end Disk 1/fade out]
  • Disk 2 (32:43:17)
    -Opening Credits [titles over 9:07 movie clip; 4-frame still added at start for a/v sync]
    -Thunder On The Mountain [obstructed/wandering cam/1:42:17/4 stills w/4 trans.]
    -Like A Rolling Stone [fade out to encore break; cut 19:01 video to match cut in audio/2 stills w/1 trans.]
    -All Along The Watchtower [clipped 2:04/1 still w/trans.]
    -Spirit On The Water
    -Band Introductions
    -Blowin' In The Wind [trans./thanks/salute/fade out]
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Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:41:35
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
With thanks to "The Ghost" for the video and to "SPOT" for the audio.

Sound upgraded w/excellent SPOT recording (LB-7464).

Wide screen from the master recording.
Filmer/D866 Author's notes follow:

Canon FS100 Camcorder Ex setting > PC
Menus created with Tempgenc DVD Author 3.8
DASH-F Codes
D7 A7 S8 H8 F8 BR5

bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR
Audio AC3 48/256 stereo
system pal 16.9 widescreen
frms 25,000 kbps 7718 fields 50
pic res 720 x 576

This is an audience film. That means I cannot ask people to stay outta the way, security don't like me doing this an I am not guaranteed the best seats/views to do it from. I only have the one camera an people nearby often don't co-operate. (Sometimes they even report me an get me busted) The first few tracks are sometime spoiled by late comers taking seats or by those few who keep going in an out of their seats during the performance. The latter part of a show more often than not is the best quality bit.

If you have never done this yourself you may think I am moaning, if you have then you know exactly what I am talking about.

The sound is the original camera sound, these things get upgraded often. Most of my circulating films have been sound upgraded, but not by me. If anyone wants to do that I look forward to hearing from you.

Lotsa people help me in these endeavours an thanks to them, they know who they are.