Difference between revisions of "1999-02-28 Behind The Music, VH1"

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Those interviewed include Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher, Alan Wilder, Daniel Miller of Mute Records, Andy Franks (tour manager), Richard Blade (KROQ radio DJ), Howie Klein (Reprise Records president), Anton Corbijn (video director), Michael Pagnotta (publicist), and Jonathan Kessler (band manager).
 
Those interviewed include Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher, Alan Wilder, Daniel Miller of Mute Records, Andy Franks (tour manager), Richard Blade (KROQ radio DJ), Howie Klein (Reprise Records president), Anton Corbijn (video director), Michael Pagnotta (publicist), and Jonathan Kessler (band manager).
  
This video is sourced from an in-house Reprise Records VHS tape which was created on October 22, 2001. DM Live captured the tape with professional equipment and optimized it for best viewing in your web browser.
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This video is sourced from an in-house Reprise Records VHS tape which was created on October 22, 2001. DM Live captured the tape with professional equipment and optimized it for best viewing in your web browser. A German dubbed version is also available further below.
  
 
== Watch ==
 
== Watch ==
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<html5media>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1999-02-28.VH1.BehindTheMusic.mp4</html5media>
 
<html5media>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1999-02-28.VH1.BehindTheMusic.mp4</html5media>
  
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[[File:1999-02-28-VH1-VHS.jpg|thumb|right|x150px|The source VHS tape.]]
 
[[File:1999-02-28-VH1-VHS.jpg|thumb|right|x150px|The source VHS tape.]]
 
*Reprise Records broadcast-grade T120 VHS tape, created on 10/22/2001 by The Mastering Studio -> JVC HR-S7600U (built-in time base corrector enabled), S-Video output -> DataVideo TBC-1000 time base corrector -> S-Video in to ATI Radeon 9000 PRO All-In-Wonder capture card -> VirtualDub (720x480 HuffYUV lossless capture, 16-bit 48khz LPCM audio) -> AVI container -> WAV demuxed -> in Audacity 2.4.2: normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed -> video and audio muxed, deinterlaced, and encoded as AVC / AAC using ffmpeg
 
*Reprise Records broadcast-grade T120 VHS tape, created on 10/22/2001 by The Mastering Studio -> JVC HR-S7600U (built-in time base corrector enabled), S-Video output -> DataVideo TBC-1000 time base corrector -> S-Video in to ATI Radeon 9000 PRO All-In-Wonder capture card -> VirtualDub (720x480 HuffYUV lossless capture, 16-bit 48khz LPCM audio) -> AVI container -> WAV demuxed -> in Audacity 2.4.2: normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed -> video and audio muxed, deinterlaced, and encoded as AVC / AAC using ffmpeg
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*Audio specifications: AAC 192kbps 48khz stereo
 
*Audio specifications: AAC 192kbps 48khz stereo
  
== Download ==
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=== Download ===
  
 
*[https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1999-02-28.VH1.BehindTheMusic.mp4 Download MP4] (right click -> save as) - 643MB
 
*[https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1999-02-28.VH1.BehindTheMusic.mp4 Download MP4] (right click -> save as) - 643MB
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== German dub ==
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Fan '''BlackDay''' provided a pre-broadcast VHS capture of a German dub of this documentary. The narrator's speech is overdubbed in German, and the interview segments are not translated. There are no subtitles on this pre-broadcast version; the broadcast version had German subtitles.
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This German version is watchable below.
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=== Watch ===
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You can watch this entire recording below.
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<html5media>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1999.VH1.BehindTheMusic.GermanDub.mp4</html5media>
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=== Lineage ===
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[[File:1999-VH1-VHS-German.jpg|thumb|right|x150px|The German VHS tape; thanks to '''BlackDay''' for providing this version.]]
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*Lineage: VH1 Sony VHS tape -> Panasonic HD640 VHS-Recorder -> Panasonic DMR-EH 55 HDD-DVR (MPEG-2 / LPCM audio) -> DVD-R -> VOB Rip -> VOB files -> WAV demuxed -> in Audacity 3.0.0: normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed; encoded to AAC 192kbps using qaac -> video and audio muxed, deinterlaced & slight crop, and encoded as AVC using ffmpeg
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*Transfer & contributor: '''BlackDay'''
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*Video specifications: H264 AVC, 768x576 (4:3), 50 FPS, 4,286kb/s average video bitrate
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*Audio specifications: AAC 192kbps 48khz stereo
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=== Download ===
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*[https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1999.VH1.BehindTheMusic.GermanDub.mp4 Download MP4] (right click -> save as) - 1.35GB
  
 
[[Category:Interviews]]
 
[[Category:Interviews]]

Latest revision as of 11:54, 18 April 2021

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Notes

VH1 USA produced a 45-minute episode of "Behind The Music" which detailed Depeche Mode's 20-year career. The program aired on February 28, 1999. Topics discussed include the band's formation, Vince's departure, Depeche Mode's growth in popularity in the US in the mid-80s, the famous 1988 Rose Bowl concert, the 1990 Wherehouse record store event, the challenging Devotional and Exotic tours, Alan Wilder's departure, Dave's addiction, overdose, and recovery, the challenges recording Ultra, and the Singles tour.

Those interviewed include Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher, Alan Wilder, Daniel Miller of Mute Records, Andy Franks (tour manager), Richard Blade (KROQ radio DJ), Howie Klein (Reprise Records president), Anton Corbijn (video director), Michael Pagnotta (publicist), and Jonathan Kessler (band manager).

This video is sourced from an in-house Reprise Records VHS tape which was created on October 22, 2001. DM Live captured the tape with professional equipment and optimized it for best viewing in your web browser. A German dubbed version is also available further below.

Watch

You can watch this entire recording below.

Lineage

The source VHS tape.
  • Reprise Records broadcast-grade T120 VHS tape, created on 10/22/2001 by The Mastering Studio -> JVC HR-S7600U (built-in time base corrector enabled), S-Video output -> DataVideo TBC-1000 time base corrector -> S-Video in to ATI Radeon 9000 PRO All-In-Wonder capture card -> VirtualDub (720x480 HuffYUV lossless capture, 16-bit 48khz LPCM audio) -> AVI container -> WAV demuxed -> in Audacity 2.4.2: normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed -> video and audio muxed, deinterlaced, and encoded as AVC / AAC using ffmpeg
  • Transfer: DMLiveWiki
  • Video specifications: H264 AVC, 640x480 (4:3), 59.94 FPS, 1,816kb/s average video bitrate
  • Audio specifications: AAC 192kbps 48khz stereo

Download

German dub

Fan BlackDay provided a pre-broadcast VHS capture of a German dub of this documentary. The narrator's speech is overdubbed in German, and the interview segments are not translated. There are no subtitles on this pre-broadcast version; the broadcast version had German subtitles.

This German version is watchable below.

Watch

You can watch this entire recording below.

Lineage

The German VHS tape; thanks to BlackDay for providing this version.
  • Lineage: VH1 Sony VHS tape -> Panasonic HD640 VHS-Recorder -> Panasonic DMR-EH 55 HDD-DVR (MPEG-2 / LPCM audio) -> DVD-R -> VOB Rip -> VOB files -> WAV demuxed -> in Audacity 3.0.0: normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed; encoded to AAC 192kbps using qaac -> video and audio muxed, deinterlaced & slight crop, and encoded as AVC using ffmpeg
  • Transfer & contributor: BlackDay
  • Video specifications: H264 AVC, 768x576 (4:3), 50 FPS, 4,286kb/s average video bitrate
  • Audio specifications: AAC 192kbps 48khz stereo

Download