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dvds on playstation 2

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by rickybee, Oct 1, 2004.

  1. rickybee

    rickybee Member

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    hi everbody
    does anybody know why this happens ?
    when i convert and burn a dvd it works on my pc
    but slow and in black and white on my playstation 2
    im using win avi and nero 6
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Is the AVI in PAL format?
     
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    yes but there is a few other settings
    on the pal or ntsc select page
    source frame rate
    and target scale
    could changeing those seting make it work
    on ps2
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    I couldn't tell you. I've done a PAL to NTSC conversion exactly once and it wasn't with WinAVI.
     
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    Buy a TV set that handles both formats, damn hillbillys :)
     
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    i dont think its my tv coz it works with nero express 2 but it takes 5/7 hours to convert and sometimes audio/video ar out of sync ive have tryed them on a proper dvd player there are fine
    but the dvd keep pauseing every 2 sec for 1 sec on ps2
    can anybody tell me wot these mean
    start up fluff pichures
    enable direct-ac3
    source frame rate
     

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