Information about the DVDs

 It's a subjective analysis of course, but it works to give a general overview of the quality of the discs.

 

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Regarding the QUALITY of the video picture and audio, rating is as this :

 A typical first generation VHS, S-VHS or Laserdisc source. A + beside it means its a bit better than the typical sources mentioned above, maybe from a master studio tape. A - beside it says the opposite, of course <g>.

 B- typical 2nd or 3rd generation VHS source, certainly still pleasant to watch.

C- medium quality video, some shadows, image not very clear, still nice to watch

D- things are getting worse, many shadows and picture not well defined.

 E there are better things to do in your life than watching DVDs.

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Regarding the source of the movie, rating is as this :  

PS - means it's a Pro-Shot movie.

Aud-A audience shot, very close to the stage and stable, camera probably on a tripod, possibly multi-camera.

Aud-B audience shot, not so close, but probably some nice close-ups.

Aud-C audience shot, far from the stage, but probably stable.

Aud-D - there are better things to do in your life than watching DVDs.

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Regarding the presence of Menus on DVDs, rating is as this :

 FuM Full menu with instant access to songs.

SM Simple menu, just an initial screen made on a PC but no instant access to songs.

NM No menu or typical menu from stand-alone recorder.  

All Zetti DVDs are classified as FuM.

 

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TBR - "To be rated", it means I haven't analysed the DVD yet.

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