Prince – 3 Chains O’ Gold (1994) (WEBRIP) [MP4]

Size : 383.46 MiB (402084579 Bytes)



Please don't hate me for posting this. My source files
were a hot mess of 11 low resolution video clips I found
online, and the first 10 of them had combing artifacts,
which get much more visible in clips 7-10. They also had
a wrong aspect ratio except for the last clip.

The resolutions of the source files (after cropping
the black borders) were:

580x326 (clips 1-6 - 0:00-33:27)
320x180 (clips 7-10 - 33:27-62:15)
320x240 (clip 11 - 62:15-73:19)

Why am I telling you this? Just to let you know what kind
of quality to expect (crap quality). The audio, on the
other hand, is quite tolerable. There are a few short
glitches, and you can hear where the original video clips
change, because they had a few overlapping frames.


3 Chains o' Gold is a 1994 direct-to-video film produced
and directed by Prince and starring Prince and The New Power
Generation. It is a video collection, tied together with a
loose plotline. The film was the 69th best-selling video of

The film was accompanied by the Love Symbol album, however not
all of the album's songs make an appearance in the film, and
some of the songs are edited versions. The film's title song is
only an instrumental at the end. However, some of the dialogue
from the album does appear in the film (a phone call from a
reporter, played by Kirstie Alley, to Prince). The final speech
of the film (made by Mayte) does not appear on the album,
instead another phone call is in its place. The actual songs
that appear in the film are:

"My Name Is Prince"
"Sexy MF"
"Love 2 the 9s"
"The Morning Papers"
"The Max"
"Blue Light"
"I Wanna Melt with U"
"Sweet Baby"
"The Continental"
"Damn U"
"The Call"



Container.......: mp4
File Size.......: 382 MB
Run Time........: 01:13:19

Video Resolution: 480x360 (4:3)
Video Codec.....: x264 (Format Profile: [email protected]/* */)
Video Quality...: CRAP (Setting CRF:20,0)
Audio...........: aac, 2.0 channels, 96 kbps
Audio Language..: English
Frame Rate......: 29,97 fps
Source..........: See above