06-27-1984 – Partial

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Video description:

This is the first Peanut Production video that I was able to work on and to me it is one of the best, earliest videos out there.

Grateful Dead
Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, MD
June 27, 1984
Single Audience Camera with sbd audio upgrade

Set 1
Jack Straw
Friend Of The Devil -}
Little Red Rooster
Cumberland Blues
My Brother Esau
Let It Grow

Set 2
Help On The Way -}
Slipknot! -}
Franklin’s Tower (cut or busted)

Video Source Information
Camera: Alan Rhody
Jeff’s VHS Master } Lazy Cows’s S-VHS 1st Gen. } ? Transfer } ? Author } Peanut Production DVD

Audio Source Information
shnid 87467
SBD -} Cassette Master -} Cassette -} Dat (48k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony R500) -} Samplitude Professional v9.11 -} FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
September 24, 2007

Patch Info:
Nakamichi 300 -} Cassette Master -} CD (By Steve Ziemba) supplies:
Loser (0:00 – 0:08)

-Video capture is semi unknown … dvd came as a Peanut Production DVD
-Audience audio downloaded from LossLess Legs with many thanks
-Audio synchronization by Kevin Tobin using Adobe Audition to
compress/expand the audio in multitrack mode to match the original audio.
-Video patches created with Ulead VideoStudio 9 by Kevin Tobin.
-Multiplexing via TMPGEnc MPEG Editor by Kevin Tobin.
-DVD authoring via DVD Architect 3 by Kevin Tobin.

Audio\Video Patches:

1) Start of second set was missing 26 seconds of video which were filled in graphics.

2) Franklin’s Tower was cut after 1 minute and 30 seconds … no graphics were added even though I thought about finishing the song in normal BHP fashion but as DVD was already at 98% … decided to leave as it was.

3) Soundboard which ran a shade slow was synced to video – rate was about .5 seconds per minute.

4) When I originally saw the Peanut Production version of this dvd, I didn’t plan on working on it as I figured that Jeff’s audio sounded fairly good. Closer listening showed many audio cutouts on the original dvd almost making a sound upgrade necessary and that is all I did … thanks to Peanut Production and the Lazy Cow people for making the original dvd available.

Video Attribute :
Video compression mode : MPEG-2
TV system : 525/60 (NTSC)
Aspect Ratio : 4:3
Display Mode : reserved
Source picture resolution : 720×480 (525/60)
Frame Rate : 29.97
Source picture letterboxed : Not letterboxed
Bitrate : 6.000 Mbps VBR (peak)
Menu : Yes (song list on separate menu)

Audio Attribute :
Number of Audio channels : 2
Number of Audio streams : 1
Audio Coding mode: Linear PCM audio
Sampling Rate : 48kHz 1536Kbps

Brokedown House Productions

Do NOT Buy or Sell this video

YouTube Channel: Kevin Tobin

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