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madamblahblah
confused about ntsc vs pal on DVD all region??
on Feb 3, 2007 at 11:41:44 pm

hello..

Brought my film into DVD Studio Pro and had settings to Pal/secam (as i live in UK my video is 25fps pal.) Then i authored an all regions DVD.

If i want to show it to people who say they can play NTSC DVD, do i have to re-author with preferences set to NTSC?

Or do i actually have to go to After effects and rerender as 29.97fps and maybe even change the aspect ratio? :( :( :(

It's a music video so sound synch is quite important. i don't really understand what will happen to my frame rate and don't particularly want it to change..

confused..
thanks in advance for any clues people may have
:S


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Julian Argentina
Re: confused about ntsc vs pal on DVD all region??
on Feb 4, 2007 at 3:20:09 pm

Hello, well the best way to do this process (PAL >> NTSC) is by hardware.
Another way is using the compressor 2, but it


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Arniepix
Re: confused about ntsc vs pal on DVD all region??
on Feb 4, 2007 at 4:44:56 pm

In order to author an NTSC project in DVDSP, you need to use NTSC assets. It will not import PAL assets into a NTSC project (nor will it import NTSC into PAL). You can convert your assets using Compressor, or you can buy Nattress Standards converter (http://www.nattress.com/) for $100. Or you can take your PAL video to a service bureau to have it done with proper hardware, which will probably look much better.

Arnie

Now in post: Peristroika, a film by Slava Tsukerman

http://www.arniepix.com/blog


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madamblahblah
Re: confused about ntsc vs pal on DVD all region??
on Feb 5, 2007 at 12:37:38 am

thanks,
but i'm wondering, if i just send a PAL region 0 DVD to someone using an NTSC DVD player what will they see?


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Julian Argentina
Re: confused about ntsc vs pal on DVD all region??
on Feb 5, 2007 at 2:32:01 pm

Nothing


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