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Cool, give me a shout once you get that burner and well set something up.... BTW I think Toronto would a fitted nicely on 1 disc if Lizzy set had been left out....
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I failed to mention that I am splicing the Thin Lizzy footage out of the Massey dvd,as I also did with the Beacon show,I also failed to mention that I'm doing this with a serious software program that records frame by frame,the Beacon show took 10 hours to complete,which could be the reason I don't notice any difference in the quality.
Then what I do is create nice picture windows for the track by track menus,some of the programs I have,even have moving picture windows,I made one for the Rainbow 77
vcd that I got from you,and it's a very nice dvd,Kevin has one.(good guy)
Btw,I didn't like that the taper of the Beacon shows told me that his dvd's had track by track ability,when I would select the next track,it would bo to the middle of the next track. emoticon
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Yup, those bloddy 5 min. chapters, that was the main reason I redid Toronto in the first place. ( got that one from Kevin...). What software are you useing? i use TMPGEnc dvd author for menu and chapters on allready authored DVDs, and its working fine.
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Some of the programs I use are:
*Sonic dvd producer*
several programs by:
*Intervideo Win Dvd* emoticon
These programs can get real spendy though.
 
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I want to downlaod the deep purple toronto show off of www.sharingthegroove.org. I downloaded a file .torrent but know i don't know what to do please help me out someone

Thank You Very Much

           Mike

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well thanks for the kind words mr gillan and detlef.. both of you are fine traders and the quality has been outstanding. the quality of most of the dvd bootlegs are very good..i just recieved the 3 cam dvd from 2-29-04 in the mail today, but due to party and lack of beer i have not sat down to watch it yet....if anyone is intersted drop me a line..i helped one collector eirick get started...by the way, the toronto 2004 is the best by far and the 3-1 2 cam mix is very good as well..i have los angles and south korea on the way and we will see how those turn out.. and there is a japan one on ebay....
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Mike,
There a few steps you have to follow but it isn't too bad.

1. Download and install Bit Torrent-
http://bitconjurer.org/BitTorrent/download.html

2. Then when you click on a torrent file the program will launch and ask you where to put the files. Pick a folder like c:\downloads\YourFolderNameHere

3. Once you have the download at 100% keep it open until you have uploaded at least the same amount of data that you downloaded.

4. If you get interrupted you can just re-click the torrent and it figures out where it left off and starts from there.

5. The downloaded files are usually in .FLAC format. You can convert them to .WAV files by using a program called FLAC:
http://flac.sourceforge.net/

6. Once you install FLAC, just add files to it and decode them. (Check the settings to see where it is going to put the .WAV files.)

7. At that point you can listen to the music.
Or burn it to a music CD.

8. Or convert the .WAV files to .mp3s if you want to save 90% of the file space. (Just don't trade the mp3s as they lose some of the sound.)
To convert .WAV to MP3 use CDEX:
http://www.cdex.n3.net/
Again it is a download and install. Pretty easy to use - just use Convert menu and choose F11 option to convert to copressed audio. If you burn mp3 files to data CD's you can get a hundred songs on a disc instead of 12.

HTH

JoeF







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thanks mate

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You got the wrong man
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deep purple - live in hell - oct 4, 00
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