Pro-shot video. Direct from the production crew. Several concert cameras, including on-screen videoclips.
Audio straight from the monitor track.
2h 39m 11s DVD-video weighting 2,39 Gb recorded on a Samsung Pleomax white label DVD.
Video: MPEG-2 video at 352X480 pixels, 29.97 fps. 4:3, NTSC
Audio: 2 channels stereo at 48.000 hz
The sound is direct from the mixing desk and has the “click track” (metronome). Despite having 2 channels, this happens to be a low-volume non-stereo mix for sound monitoring. Rather seems a monoaural fed. No stereo effects can be heard.
This “first generation source DVD” was bought somewhere in Bogotá on April 2nd 2007. It has a generic stand alone recorder menu with no buttons for track or chapter selection. The only title track was divided into 28 chapters of 5 minutes each.
The great fault of this DVD was the absence of image for the first songs of the show: there were some 25 minutes or so of black screen.
The other fault is the lack of the old music introduction.
Living in Colombia, Niebla de Fuego used this “original” DVD, and didn’t use the any internet/torrent DVD file as source.
THE NIEBLA DE FUEGO RELEASE
For each DVD (main feature):
Video: MPEG-2 video at 720X480 pixels, 29,97 fps., 4:3, NTSC 5.000 Kb/s
Audio: 2 channels stereo, 48.000 hz at 256 Kb/s and a selectable monoaural track, 48.000 hz at 256 Kb/s.
Subtitles: English/Spanish selectable from the setup menu or the “subtitle” button on the remote control (subtitles to the lyrics and speeches).
Video for the first song of the show was restored using footage from the film crew, fan shots and cell phone videos. A new two and a half minutes introduction deleted from the first bootleg was restored into this release.
DVD1: 4,21 Gb
DVD2: 4,26 Gb
Concert: 2H : 34m
Extras: 1H : 42m
Total running time for this Roger Waters Live at Bogotá Release: 4H:16m