Where is this vine, and where is Carlos?

Marty


--- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, "Carlos Oliveira" 
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Hi Guys,
> Package received from Robert, with many thanks to him and all the 
boys
> before him, I wait for the detail  from the next member in line?. 
Thanks
>  
> All the best from Portugal
> Carlos Oliveira
>  Praceta Dr Barbosa du Bocage, 1 - 8ยบ D
> 2810 175 Laranjeiro
> Portugal
>  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>  Http://cdboots.net
>  
>                "Yes there are two paths you can go by
>            But in the long run
>            there's still time to change the road you're on"
>             From Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to heaven", 1971
>        (On July 7, 1980, Led Zeppelin offered its last concert)
>  
>  
> ------------ ----- details ------------ -------
> 
> Frank Zappa / Ensemble Modern 
> The Yellow Shark 
> Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany 
> 17 Sept 1992 
> 1h 29mn 22s (trailer + intro: 2mn) 
> 
> Recording & encoding by CosmikD 
> TV sat > SkyStar2 > DVBDream > PVAStrumento > TMPGEnc Plus > 
Synchro with
> TVP audio source. 
> Video (Classica source): DVD PAL MPEG-2 720x576 25 I/s CBR 6000kbps 
> Audio (TVP Kultura source): 48000 Hz 384 Kb/s) 
> 
> Authoring & animation by unicrayon 
> 
> Menu with Chapters: 
> 
> 1. Classica Trailer 
> 2. Overture 
> 3. Dog/Meat 
> 4. Outrage at Valdez 
> 5. Times Beach II 
> 6. III (Revised) 
> 7. Magnesium Dress 
> 8. Be-Bop Tango 
> 9. Food Gathering 
> 10. Ruth is Sleeping 
> 11. Amnerika 
> 12. None of the Above pt1 
> 13. Pentagon Afternoon 
> 14. Times Beach III 
> 15. Welcome to the United States 
> 16. Pound for a Brown 
> 17. Get Whitey 
> 18. G-Spot Tornado 
> 
> A Zappateers Production - www.zappateers. Com
> 
> 1. DVD-R DVD video PAL format (the original)
> 
> 2. DVD-R DVD video NTSC (north American native format) for people 
that can't
> play PAL on the home theatre system.
> 
> 3. CDR with high quality XviD AVI file. (suitable for PC and some 
stand
> alone players) can be copied by all. 
> 
> Yes the PAL is better but the NTSC is not bad. The audio quality is 
probably
> best (lossless PCM) on the PAL while the conversion software only 
offered
> Dolby Digital AC3 sound for the output on the NTSC. Even the AVI 
file is
> very good with its VBR mp3 high bitrate sound. The quality of the 
original
> PAL disc being so far above average was why I decided to go ahead 
> And create some conversions. If you can play a PAL disc though it's 
the one
> to 
> Have. Or maybe copy all three with discs being so cheap now.
>



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