Willie Nelson: Live in Amsterdam utilizes a full-frame format similar to many other concert DVD releases. While its picture is fairly basic and contains nothing spectacular, there are no defects or distractions during the feature. Shot on digital video, the production is clear and provides an easy, straightforward look at the concert. The presentation resembles a well-made home video, which adds to the intimacy of the show. Although pretty basic, this transfer provides a simple avenue for enjoying the music of Willie Nelson. There's nothing more frustrating than picking up a live DVD from a talented artist that lacks a digital audio track. That's why it's so refreshing to see the inclusion of both a 5.1-channel Dolby Digital transfer and a 5.1-channel DTS track on this disc. Both tracks present a lush, deep sound that carries the music right off the screen and into your living room. The DTS version gives a superior experience and allows for the recognition of each individual instrument within the sound field. Each transfer provides plenty of force and conveys the musical complexity in all its glory. This disc also contains a 2.0-channel Dolby Digital option that sounds fine but is missing the depth of its counterparts. This is a concert-only disc, with no extra features of any kind. The menus do contain a brief video segment from "On the Road Again," but the animation is fairly amateurish.