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Uli PlankRe: pal to ntsc
by on Apr 9, 2006 at 9:55:50 am

The colours should stay the same, if you avoid Compressor...

The extra frames are 'invented' by the converter, usually blended neighbouring frames.

There's one alternative: treat the stuff like film! Scale the images to NTSC-size, conform the speed to 24 fps (with Cinema Tools, for example) and encode them as 24fps progressive. This way the player will do a 2:3 pulldown in realtime when screening to a tube. When the DVD is displayed on a computer, it will stay progressive.

This option will have some degree of a "film-look" to it, so you'll have to decide from content.

Best regards,

Uli


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