I have uploaded the DVD and blu-ray "Super 8 - Atlanta 1973". If you want it (the dvd, or the blu-ray, or both), PM me, as direct links are not allowed in the forum. The links are valid until June 13, 2013. Note that the blu-ray is in ISO format. Below you'll find the info file for the DVD but it applies to the blu-ray as well (mostly).
Zitat von info filePink Floyd Super 8 - Atlanta 1973 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta 24 March 1973 HRV DVD 020
Format: NTSC (720 x 480) Letterboxed widescreen / PCM stereo (48 kbps / 16 bit) Video: Super8mm film > Flashscan transfer system > AVI (1920 x 1080 uncompressed) 18fps > MPEG-2 (CBR 8) Audio: AUDIENCE ANALOG MASTER > WAV > AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR TAPE FLIP EDITS AND TRACK MARKS ONLY TO CDR KRW TRANSFER > EAC > TLH FLAC LEVEL 8 NO EQ OR REMASTERING
Filmed by David Beals Edited by RonToon Film transfer supervised by Erik Carlson, PIXCEL (www.filmtransfer.com) Audio recorded by Joe Maloney (Boston Music Hall, 14 March 1973)
Running Time: Approx 15 minutes featuring excerpts of the following songs:
Obscured by Clouds When You're In Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun Careful With That Axe, Eugene Echoes Speak To Me Breathe On The Run Time The Great Gig In The Sky Money
A big thanks to David Beals for filming the show and for allowing me to borrow his original Super 8 film for the HD transfer. Erik Carlson supervised the transfer at PIXCEL which was done on the Flashscan sprocketless digital transfer system.
The footage then went through a restoration process including color correction, stabilization, dust & dirt removal, scratch reduction, and grain reduction. This was processed as an uncompressed AVI file (1920 x 1080 at 18 fps / 170 GB) which I imported into Vegas Pro 11 for the edit. Since there is no audio from this date I used a recording by Joe Maloney from Boston Music Hall which was 10 days earlier.
Special thanks to the Yeeshkul community who contrinuted funds towards the transfer and for helping with synching suggestions. It's amazing what can turn up after 40 years!