2006-06-02 Rock am Ring from German Television!

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adhouse

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Post 12-Jun-2006 21:23

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Can people PLEASE seed this! I can't believe that there is only one seed!
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Post 13-Jun-2006 08:38 (after 11 hours)

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Thanks!
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Oso Blanco

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Post 13-Jun-2006 18:24 (after 9 hours)

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No, it doesn't work. My DVD player does not recognize the disc.
As far as I know, I have to create VOB files first ... is that really necessary? And how can I do that?
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Post 13-Jun-2006 21:33 (after 3 hours)

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The *.MPEG file is in real a *.TS file (but it's not that important)
To make a DVD from it, you have to do the following steps:
1. Demuxing the mpeg file (separating audio stream and video stream)
2. Authoring the DVD (make *.VOB, *.IFO, *.BUP)
To 1: Get the freeware tool "ProjectX" (written in Java), install and start it.
  - Menu "File" -> "Add"
  - Choose the mpeg file
  - (optionally you can choose the output directory at the bottom in the main window)
  - Then click the "prepare >>" button
  - A new window will open: make sure that "demux" is selected in the action bar
  - Then click the Start button (or press Alt+S)
As a result you will get a *.m2v (video stream) and a *.mp2 (audio stream) file
To 2: Get the freeware tool "IfoEdit" (v0.95), install and start it.
  - Menu "DVD Author" -> "Author new DVD"
  - Click on the Button [.] right to the Video line and choose the formerly created *.m2v file
  - Click on the Button [.] right to the Audio line and choose the formerly created *.mp2 file
  - (optionally you can choose the destination directory at the bottom)
  - Then press "OK"
This will result in the neccessary files (*.ifo, *.vob and *.bup) which can be easily burned on a DVD (e.g. "Nero" as "DVD Video" by simply dragging and dropping them into the VIDEO_TS folder)
The mentioned programs can be found here:
IfoEdit (~ 1 MB): http://www.ifoedit.com
ProjectX (~ 22 MB, including Java): http://download.videohelp.com/~download/ProjectX_090.4.00.zip
I hope this was a little help.
Regards, Demian
P.S. Many thanks to Jack68 for seeding it :-)
 


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akiraware

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Post 13-Jun-2006 21:33 (after 12 seconds)

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Okay, I removed the XviD and will reupload the original mpeg!
Edit: the orginal mpeg is now online! :P
Hi Jack68, many thanks for these gem! Excellent quality!! :wink:
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bclark93

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Post 14-Jun-2006 12:51 (after 15 hours)

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I was able to create a DVD without a hitch using Womble.
and yes, MANY THANKS to Jack68 for this excellent concert! :)
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Amber Leaf

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Post 15-Jun-2006 19:17 (after 1 day 6 hours)

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Hi, when playing the file through windows media player or real player the picture and sound both skip. Has anyone else had this problem and can you suggest a solution?
Many thanks.
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Oso Blanco

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Post 15-Jun-2006 19:19 (after 2 minutes)

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Ok, I was able to create a DVD using TMPGEnc DVD Author. It's just great to watch this show in DVD quality! Many thanks again to the uploader!
I am trying to seed this file now, but I can't get over 16 kb/s. I have set all my upload settings to maximum, but it won't get any faster? Is there anything I can do to speed up the upload?
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titoratm

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Post 16-Jun-2006 22:59 (after 1 day 3 hours)

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i just downloaded this concert but i can't hear no sound.i tried to use it on different players but the sound doesn't work. it says i need a codec... anyone can help me with this plz?
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Jack68 ®

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Post 17-Jun-2006 07:08 (after 8 hours)

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Please try this player: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
I think is has all required codecs integrated.
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catalina

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Post 17-Jun-2006 14:48 (after 7 hours)

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Ok, I was able to create a DVD using TMPGEnc DVD Author. It's just great to watch this show in DVD quality! Many thanks again to the uploader!
I am trying to seed this file now, but I can't get over 16 kb/s. I have set all my upload settings to maximum, but it won't get any faster? Is there anything I can do to speed up the upload?
I've got a few suggestions--
1) Do you have a firewall? If so, make sure it's allowing connections through your BT program.
2) Your DSL provider might be capping your uploads at 16 kb/s. Nothing you can do about that.
3) When there are lots of seeders, there is a limit on the rate at which you can upload. Nothing you can do about that either.
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titoratm

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Post 17-Jun-2006 19:30 (after 4 hours)

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yeah, finally i was able to watch the concert using the vlc player.it has a great quality.thanks for that. now i'm gonna try to convert it into dvd.i never done it b4 but i'll follow the steps someone gave above.oh and i feel sad that i can't up no more than 15kbs. thanks again see ya.
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i-man

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Post 18-Jun-2006 06:23 (after 10 hours)

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Thank you Jack68 for this torrent and Demian for excellent guidance through mpeg-jungle :D .
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Post 18-Jun-2006 14:37 (after 8 hours)

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Thanks for sharing - this looks great!
Cheers,
Clark
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omsaps

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Post 20-Jun-2006 12:53 (after 1 day 22 hours)

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Thanks to Jack68 for seeding this .
Thanks also to Demian for the instructions of how to get it into DVD format .
The picture and sound are Brilliant .
THANKS SO MUCH
Keith
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