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LAST RESORT FOR PAL TO NTSC!!! PLZZZ

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by bradikus7, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. bradikus7

    bradikus7 Member

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    hello, i am not trying to sound rude or obnoctious in any way shape or form but here goes......

    i realize that this topic has been covered manytimes before, but maybe its just me i cant seem to find a forum for me. i have a move called Darkness. this dvd is in pal format. i have it stored on my hard drive in vob files. it is only the movie no menues or anything like that. i need to convert it to ntsc by using a free software or a fully functional trial software and beable to watch it on my dvd player with the words actually in sync with what the person says.

    plzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me i deeply appreciate all of your suggestions.
     
  2. pulsar

    pulsar Active member

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    I am not sure in all honesty if it is possible. If you compare the 2 systems PAL (phase alternate line) to NTSC (national television system commitee), they are very different. My TV is NTSC compatible as well as my 2 video players. Playback only, not record. This is how I overcome it. My dvd standalones are multi-region & play both formats well. I think you will need to get your equipment compatible with both systems. Whether software is out there is debateable. Hang on a minute, I have just done a google search, here is a link that may be of help.
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/115232
     
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  3. bbmayo

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  4. shiroh

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    from bbmayo's provided link it says PAL to NTSC without losing quality.
    while the steps are involving encoding. it does says soin the guide too.

    i don't see any way around it. 2 reason. you need to slow down the frame rate to 24fps, and the maybe use 3:2 pulldown when playback or add telecine. and you need to resize to 720x480.

    maybe it will not show any difference to your eyes, but quality is still lost. :)
     

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