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Please find information on the various files types that are used and are indicated on the associated bootlegs.
RECORDABLE AUDIO CDR Standard CDR used for audio files, tracks added to the CD maybe either lossy MP3 format or lossless FLAC or WAV format, recorded to standard CD audio discs that can be played on standard CD stanalone players or computer drives.
AUDIO MP3 FILE Computer MP3 files used for audio files, these files are standard MP3 that are lossy and can be transfered to CDR on request or provided as MP3 files.
AUDIO FLAC FILE Computer FLAC files used for audio files, these files are standard FLAC files that are lossless and can be transfered to CDR on request or provided as FLAC files.
RECORDABLE VISUAL DVD Standard DVD-R format that can be viewed in most common DVD standalone players or DVD computer drives. Data will be burnt to DVD-R (minus) discs in either PAL or NTSC picture format, please consult the info file for more info on each title.
RECORDABLE VISUAL BLU-RAY DVD Standard Blu-Ray DVD format that can be viewed in most common Blu-Ray players or Blu-Ray computer drives. Data will be burnt in either PAL or NTSC picture format, please consult the info file for more info on each title.
VISUAL MKV OR MP4 FILES Computer MKV or MP4 files used for visual files, these files are standard MKV / MP4 and can be transfered to DVD on request or provided as MKV / MP4 files.
DATA CDR Audio tracks or Video files that are in native format (MP3, WAV, FLAC, VIDEO_TS) and are burnt onto CDR or DVD-R as data files, these discs will not play in standard CD or DVD drives and will need to be used via a computer.
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