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    Quote Originally Posted by milw50717 View Post
    FWIW - iShoot, iEdit was released as HRV BLU019. Was it later renumbered to BLU001 ?
    it was never BLU 019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe59 View Post
    it was never BLU 019.
    So, despite what it says on the release announcement and the artwork it wasn't BLU 019 at some point ?
    Last edited by milw50717; 2018-10-19 at 09:30 PM. Reason: added link to artwork so can remove attachment which is too small

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    I just pulled down this torrent, which is a rip of the harvested.org website and in the "harvested.org -> MAIN PAGE -> BLU001" folder the artwork I linked to earlier is to be found and it too shows the catalogue number as HRV BLU019.

    So, my guess would be that it was first given number 019 to match the DVD release and then renumbered to make sure there was no misunderstanding about there being no earlier blurays.

    Certainly by May 2013 it was shown as HRV BLU001 on the harvested webpage
    Last edited by milw50717; 2018-10-19 at 10:30 PM. Reason: added wayback machine link

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    Quote Originally Posted by milw50717 View Post
    I just pulled down this torrent, which is a rip of the harvested.org website and in the "harvested.org -> MAIN PAGE -> BLU001" folder the artwork I linked to earlier is to be found and it too shows the catalogue number as HRV BLU019.

    So, my guess would be that it was first given number 019 to match the DVD release and then renumbered to make sure there was no misunderstanding about there being no earlier blurays.

    Certainly by May 2013 it was shown as HRV BLU001 on the harvested webpage
    It was a mistake in the artwork repurposed from the DVD and was quickly corrected. There was never a HRV BLU 019.

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    Default HRV DVD 018 Revision A

    There's a RevA release of HRV DVD 018. I've got the NTSC version and can get the PAL version if there's interest. I'll post a torrent of the NTSC version here in a bit.

    Here's the info from the text file:

    Pink Floyd
    "Song Days Festival 1969" (HRV DVD 018 RevA) NTSC
    Internationales Essener Pop & Blues Festival 1969
    Grugahalle, Essen, Germany
    11 October 1969

    Lineage: Unkown (PAL DVD)
    Originally broadcast on German TV as "Internationales Essener Pop & Blues Festival 1969"
    Video: NTSC (720x480) Black & White / 8 Mbps
    Audio: PCM Stereo (from mono source)

    Careful With That Axe Eugene (6:12)
    A Saucerful of Secrets (15:00)

    Total Running Time (21:09)

    This is a significant upgrade of our intitial release from 2008. This video appears to be sourced from a 16mm transfer and does not suffer from the poor contrast and visual timecode from the orignial DVD.

    A BIG thank you to GONZO, Dr. Forrester, lucsam, and MOB for helping to $ecure this video!

    Video remastering: *******
    Audio remastering: MOB
    Original artwork: Moonwall

    Cheers!
    ******* (August 2012)

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