I've been getting a number of great Pink Floyd shows through file sharing sites lately, particularly from the '75 and '77 tours, which are my favorite. Most, if not all, are audience recordings as opposed to soundboard but some have outstanding sound quality.
I just downloaded one in FLAC (as most are) except whereas most shows of two discs of material might amount to between 500 and 900MB in FLAC, this one is huge: 3.15 GB. I was able to listen to it on Winamp on my laptop and it sounds fantastic (Boston Garden, 06-18-1975). But when I tried to burn the files on to CDs, it was a no go.
After that, I looked closely at one of the tracks and noticed that it is in FLAC DVD (not CD) format.
Does anybody know if I have any options? (i.e. conversion programs) Again, it will play on my PC but I would like to listen to it through my 2 channel. I just have a regular redbook player in my 2 channel though, so I'm assuming it won't play DVDs.
Or, I suppose I could burn this to DVD and listen to it through my HT system??? (though that would be less preferable).