I used to have a double audio cassette version of URGH.Was it ever released on CD?
Amazon has it ("let me google that for you")
The quality looks good, even though there's this disclaimer:
This film has been manufactured from the best-quality video master currently available and has not been remastered or restored specifically for this DVD and On Demand release.
I wonder what this means - I guess they didn't go back to 35mm elements. The format says "16:9 full frame" - does that mean it's letterboxed in a 4:3 box or what ? Amazon says it's "wide screen."
It's 16:9, and when I ripped it with Handbrake I got 704x400 video, no letterboxing. (Possibly the native video size is 720x480? I don't understand what the "anamorphic" settings in Handbrake actually do.) It did not appear to be interlaced.
Chapter markers are every 10 minutes rather than between acts, and I think it might be a DVD-R but I'm not sure.
Anamorphic video is NTSC at 16:9 essentially:http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/Misc/anamorphic_dvd.htm( let me google that for you )
Yes, I know, but even after reading this I still don't understand the answer to the question, "will checking the 'strict anamorphic' box cause me more hassles, or fewer?" So I tend to leave it unchecked, since that is the default.
Wow, thank you. This makes me very happy.
had a great vinyl copy of it years ago, a camo covered double album. sadly dont know what happened to it, like much of my vinyl.
This was one of the few cassettes that I wore out playing so much. The lineup is from heaven.
and the viewing/ listening party is ...when?
Interesting take on the WB Archives release of URGH! from Skafish (of "Sign of the Cross" fame):http://skafishblog.skafish.com/2009/08/15/urgh-a-music-war-re-released-sort-of.../
Wow, very cool!