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ericfloyd
03-08-2010, 03:40 PM
i have the PPV of Earls court 1994 on vhs is it exactly the same as the pulse dvd?
if its not, want to transfer to dvd
thanks if its a stupid question

floydfan2410
03-08-2010, 06:27 PM
PPV is not the same, as it is uncut and the official DVD is edited/shortened in some places.
I would VERY much like to watch the PPV broadcast as I think it will be much better.

tjmack
03-08-2010, 06:33 PM
The PPV can be found in the hubs, but it won't be allowed here.

T.

radiowaves
03-08-2010, 07:28 PM
i have the PPV of Earls court 1994 on vhs is it exactly the same as the pulse dvd?
if its not, want to transfer to dvd
thanks if its a stupid question


The differences between the PPV version and the official are the camera angles. Also, High Hopes had its solo overdubbed from another show because if you have the PPV on video, Dave hit different notes than the released version. Also, he thanked Roger in a lower tone on the PPV as opposed to the official video. Lastly, Comfortably Numb was edited from 13 minutes from the PPV to over 10 minutes on the released version.

kateness
03-09-2010, 06:46 AM
Also, that bit of post-production trickery involving the word "Enigma" from the PPV being somewhat disguised on the PULSE release. :rolleyes:

Novak
03-09-2010, 10:30 AM
.... can be found in the hubs....
T.

Can someone explain this to me? It is assumed that we all know what this means, but I for one don't.

What I want to know is...
What is a hub?
How do I use a hub?
What do I need to obtain recordings from a hub?
Is this a mailing arrangement or some kind of downloading thing?

Specifically, I would like a copy of this version of PULSE if it is different to the official versions that I already own. However, maybe there is a whole new world of intresting stuff out there.


Cheers, Novak :)

floydfan2410
03-09-2010, 05:12 PM
Also, that bit of post-production trickery involving the word "Enigma" from the PPV being somewhat disguised on the PULSE release. :rolleyes:

The Enigma word is also present on the official PULSE VHS

kohii
03-09-2010, 06:20 PM
Can someone explain this to me? It is assumed that we all know what this means, but I for one don't.

What I want to know is...
What is a hub?
How do I use a hub?
What do I need to obtain recordings from a hub?
Is this a mailing arrangement or some kind of downloading thing?

Specifically, I would like a copy of this version of PULSE if it is different to the official versions that I already own. However, maybe there is a whole new world of intresting stuff out there.


Cheers, Novak :)

Hub is a term for communities in the DC++ world. DC++ is also a p2p network, like torrent, but it works in a different way. It's like a chat room, but also you can download the stuff shared by the users.
All you need to do is just to download the DC++ client, install it, and connect to the hub with its address.
For more info about DC++ and how to use it, check wikipedia.

There are some hubs which are specified for Pink Floyd roios/voios, you can find their addresses on their hubsites:

IFWT hub:

http://www.infloydwetrust.com/

&

Pinkroio hub

http://www.pinkroioshn.net/


Cheers

kohii

andy_672
03-09-2010, 08:38 PM
Can someone explain this to me? It is assumed that we all know what this means, but I for one don't.

What I want to know is...
What is a hub?
How do I use a hub?
What do I need to obtain recordings from a hub?
Is this a mailing arrangement or some kind of downloading thing?

Specifically, I would like a copy of this version of PULSE if it is different to the official versions that I already own. However, maybe there is a whole new world of intresting stuff out there.
Cheers, Novak :)

Kohii : you missed two PF hubs Echoes & PFCO

Novak : Get the echoes software even if you don't join echoes it has a few features that arn't in the standard vers.

Moonwall is probably the best person to discuss it with, you will recognise many user from Y on the hubs, Joe @ PFCO is very knowledgable about port forwarding so although its a small hub it very freindly & very helpful & very worth joining

And best of all Leechers arn't permited

kateness
03-10-2010, 02:19 AM
The Enigma word is also present on the official PULSE VHS

Right, but heavily disguised, where you almost wouldn't know it spelt word unless you'd heard about it (PPV Enigma (http://www.pinkfloyd-co.com/unt/unt_enigma/pic2.html); PULSE Enigma (http://www.pinkfloyd-co.com/unt/unt_enigma/pic3.html)).

floydfan2410
03-11-2010, 05:39 PM
Right, but heavily disguised, where you almost wouldn't know it spelt word unless you'd heard about it (PPV Enigma (http://www.pinkfloyd-co.com/unt/unt_enigma/pic2.html); PULSE Enigma (http://www.pinkfloyd-co.com/unt/unt_enigma/pic3.html)).

That's strange, I always noticed the ENIGMA word and wondered about it whe I only had the VHS. I didn't find it to be heavily disguised at all

kateness
03-14-2010, 08:04 PM
That's strange, I always noticed the ENIGMA word and wondered about it whe I only had the VHS. I didn't find it to be heavily disguised at all

Well then perhaps it was a poorly made attempt at hiding it. ;-) The second screenshot to me seems like, if you do make out ENIGMA, there's at least some doubt as to whether it was intentional or just your imagination. The N, M, and A can be easily spotted, but the E and G barely look like recognizable letters of the alphabet. Compared to the PPV version where it's completely unambiguous.

highhopes
03-31-2010, 12:07 PM
And then there's the BBC version which was broadcast in 1994.
It has slightly different camera angles and of course the screen
movies were cut when the Spliffs were lit!
:D