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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Dream Theater
  • 2007-07-27
  • Live In Los Angeles
  • Gibson Amphitheater
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Los Angeles
  • CA
  • USA
  • DVD
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Matrix
  • Excellent
  • Prevost3000
  • 16th of October 2008
  • Dream Theater July 27th, 2007 Gibson Amphitheater Universal City, California Video By RJPass Audio by Distortion Artwork by Szbiakanich ( Video Source = Sony HDR-HC3 @ 1080i > Firewire > M2T > Sony Vegas 6 Audio Source = DPA4061's > MPS-6020 > Edirol R-09 at 24bit/48khz > USB 2.0 > WAV > Sound Forge 7.0 DVD Render = Adobe Encore CS3 @ 7.5mbps Constant Bit Rate > Dual Layer DVD Setlist/Chapter Marks: 1.) Intro 2.) Constant Motion 3.) Panic Attack 4.) Scarred 5.) Surrounded 6.) The Dark Eternal Night 7.) Jordan Rudess Solo 8.) Lines in the Sand 9.) Misunderstood 10.) The Spirit Carries On 11.) In the Presence of Enemies Part 2 12.) Shmedley Wilcox Trial Of Tears Finally Free Learning to Live In the Name of God Octavarium Tapers Notes: Finally!! The long awaited release of DT in LA in HD! Obviouslly i couldnt seed this in HD because i dont have a Bluray recorder and i doubt a lot of you people here have it. When i get it and Bluray torrents start to arise, i'll reseed this in Bluray but for now, this is as close as it's going to get to HD! The Menu is simple, no motion although i was trying for it and that's the reason why it's out so late. I tried to do it, got frustrated and said forget it it needs to be out and what better time than christmas! The Intro video is something i compiled on my own and was approved by Dime mod's before i even uploaded or included this in the DVD, i hope you enjoy it! The show looks good and if you have a good eye, you'll notice that here and there, you're going to get a lil camera rumble. That's due to a couple of things. I was set on Auto Focus and the camera was kinda leaning on the edge of the balcony, so whenever mike's on the kick drum, the camera shakes just a tad. Other than that, there are no real problems with this. A few times it's pretty rough but the whole show is watchable. The tape swap was between The Spirit Carries on and In the Presence of Enemies which is why the video fades out toward the very end. I'd like to ask at this time that no one try to modify this in any way shape or form. Respect the art work, the audio, and the video from the tapers (Me being one of them). Also, dont release the audio from the DVD. I plan on putting the audio out seperately. Lets see who reads the linage =)