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Re: identifying RLV`s by numbers

Post by Tacx Video Production » Sun May 22, 2016 7:00 pm

Neez wrote:Thanks gents!
Neez I use your list to remember where ive filmed over the last 15 years!

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Re: identifying RLV`s by numbers

Post by dougleybourne » Sun May 22, 2016 7:37 pm

Tacx Video Production wrote:
Edgarini wrote:
Tacx Video Production wrote:Its ok I uploaded it to my server already http://tinyurl.com/hue6qu8
fugsake...... :(
well two locations is better then one....anyone reading this thread will get it for sure 8)
Not hard Phil!!

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Re: identifying RLV`s by numbers

Post by Tacx Video Production » Sun May 22, 2016 7:56 pm

Could be good to know that the oldest RLV in the Tacx shop is T1956.32 Climbs Collection I Anything with a number below this is retired...I expect a lot of these DVDs will sell out over the year,

T1956.32 is 3 rides that are already available as separate rides or at least can be as Ive refilmed all of these climbs recently in much higher quality. Bormio Stelvio Gavia & Mortirolo. http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/d ... -mortirolo

The next number still in the collection is T1956.39 Tour of Lombardy 2008...again we just filmed a much better version last month that takes in the Muro di Sormano & costs €15 less then the old DVD...I think its the best images Ive ever seen in this film (yet to edit the rest of our Italy footage) so well worth going for 2 cheap short downloads then an old DVD. http://tacxreallifevideo.com/tour-of-lombardy-2016/

next is .47 & .47 MajorcaTour DVDs... Again we have filmed the entire island not long ago & much of it is available in more recent rides in higher quality... http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/c ... -tour---es

.48 Etape du Tour 2010 is due for retirement also..old camera kit & fairly low quality, But its also a rather special ride with that ride out of the clouds into a wonderland or fall colours..will never forget filming it!

.50 & 51 are South Africa, I want to get back there desperately, Argus Tour has one of the worlds most stunning roads...I can only imagine what it would look like with the kit we have now. But until we get back there it will remain I guess.

.52 AmstelGold 2010 We have a MUCH BETTER 2013 VERSION as a BluRay length download....its almost the entire race! So days of training & much better quality. http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/c ... nl-blu-ray

.53 l'Eroica Tuscany has been refilmed last month....its stunning & will be 3 short rides in place of a DVD, so much higher quality & €5 less! (the testers so far seem to love the new ride)

.54 Alpine Classic 2010 has a MUCH BETTER 2015 VERSION also in the webshop as a BlueRay or as a 4 part download that also includes the full Glandon... Both are the same super high quality, its filmed in perfect conditions, so if your in the market for the Marmotte of Alp d'Huez etc look at T2056.11 or the seperate downloads which are a bit cheaper but you need to go back to the menu after each climb. http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/m ... assic-2014 or http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/d ... tte-4---fr

.55 Dordogne should also be selling out as there is a MUCH BETTER 2015 VERSION T1957.28 Please buy the new version its about 100% better! http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/c ... -2015---fr

.56 Climbs collection II its also old, the Glandon is available in higher quality as is the Colombier inside the RDGA BluRay collection & I think we will film the Madeleine again this year..its due in the TDF http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/d ... marmotte-1

.57 Etape TDF 2011....we now move to the 1st generation Cinema Camera & this footage is ok I think until we refilm. This is a good ride with some amazing snowy views.

.58 Sella Ronda 2011 ....We have a MUCH BETTER 2015 VERSION in the shop as 2 short downloads, this new version is I think RLV perfection, wonderful views weather & 4 easy short mountains! Look http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/d ... 15-stage-1 :wink:

Anything higher then T1956.58 should be ok! Remember if your looking for a ride to use the search feature in the Tacx webshop, it really does work very well. Just type in any climb name or something about the ride you know & even if the climb is inside a ride of a different name it should be displayed.

if your looking for DVDs then T1956.79 Gent Wevelgem was the 1st film made with the recent 2nd generation wide latitude Cinema camera. For the Downloads its T2055.13 Mont Faron (but there are some older rides lurking mixed in with the following)...check out my little Blog site also thats got anything I consider nice enough to show off on it. There is 3 years of filming on that kit with many 1000s of miles available in whats the best quality available.

The new 2016 3rd generation camera gives us even more latitude so the sky now suddenly looks awesome all the time but the main difference is we now film with a full sized cinema camera from a special completely stabilized bike so we have by far the worlds best POV footage with a much more natural lean into the corners & being able to go places only cyclists can go like the Muro di Sormano & round city centres, bike paths & even light off road tracks .But these rides are not available yet..Beta team love them though so Im hopeful we are moving the product onward's & upwards

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Re: identifying RLV`s by numbers

Post by Neez » Sun May 22, 2016 9:57 pm

Edgarini wrote:Here's Neez's super-cool excel file, which has Tacx#'s and much much more including embedded kml files and profile pics. It's a piece of art!
Thanks mate!
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Re: identifying RLV`s by numbers

Post by Neez » Sun May 22, 2016 10:00 pm

Tacx Video Production wrote:
Neez wrote:Thanks gents!
Neez I use your list to remember where ive filmed over the last 15 years!
At our age you need some external memory :-)
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Re: identifying RLV`s by numbers

Post by Blueberry » Tue May 31, 2016 5:43 pm

Neez wrote:
Edgarini wrote:Here's Neez's super-cool excel file, which has Tacx#'s and much much more including embedded kml files and profile pics. It's a piece of art!
Thanks mate!

yes! THATS`s the one I needed ... Had this a long time ago but lost it somewhere and somehow ... and couldn't remember from who I got it ...

Thank you very much for your effort!

Andi

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