mom45 wrote:gracz54 wrote:mom45 wrote:It looks okay to watch, but when I try to load it into my DVD maker, it says it's corrupted.
Ah, well then I dunno. By the way, the quality will be terrible if you convert the already lossy flv to another format.
Well, despite your lack of faith, at Motolink's suggestion I tried another DVD burner. And you are right about the quality as far as the picture isn't so amazingly crisp or anything. But I burned the whole fucking concert (from Candyseller29's pretty damn good vids). The sound is perfect, and since nobody here wants to make or share anything better, I'm pretty happy with my finished product. Scars on Broadway Live at the Avalon 8-20-10.
Watching it on my 42inch plasma telly just now, as a matter of fact.
Candyseller29 has really good 'audio' quality videos. But he/she was absolutely terrible at holding the camera, no offense. The camera never shows what it should, and focuses way too much on the crowd and cameraman. I'd be more than happy to work with anyone to make splices of the different videos with Candyseller29's audio rips so that we can have the best DVD or Video Collection of the show as possible.