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Is it possible to convert a DVD from one region and video format to another?Specifically, is it possible to convert a Region 2/PAL DVD to a Region1/NTSC format?I would like to order a couple of DVDs for my mother that appear to beavailable only in Region 2/PAL format. Unfortunately, it appears that ourDVD players only handle Region 1/NTSC. Is there any way that we can get aRegion 2 disk converted to Region 1?I know that VHS tapes created in PAL format can be easily converted to NTSCformat there are umpteen corner stores that can do that. Is there anycomparable process for Region conversions?--Rhino---rhino1 AT sympatico DOT caThere are two ways of constructing a software design. One way is to make itso simple that there are obviously no deficiencies. And the other way is tomake it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. - C.A.R.HoareRhino wrote in messagenews:Ll%vc.115777$... Is it possible to convert a DVD from one region and video format toanother? Specifically, is it possible to convert a Region 2/PAL DVD to a Region 1/NTSC format? I would like to order a couple of DVDs for my mother that appear to be available only in Region 2/PAL format. Unfortunately, it appears that our DVD players only handle Region 1/NTSC.
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Is there any way that we can get a Region 2 disk converted to Region 1? I know that VHS tapes created in PAL format can be easily converted toNTSC format there are umpteen corner stores that can do that. Is there any comparable process for Region conversions? -- Rhino --- rhino1 AT sympatico DOT ca There are two ways of constructing a software design. One way is to makeit so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies. And the other way isto make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. - C.A.R. HoareYou need a dvd burner using dvd decryptor (free off the net) and dvd shrinkto burn it (also free off the net).Dvd decryptor allows whatever region you want to be set.But a region free elcheapo player is definitely easier if you don't haveaccess to a burner.Robotman.On Sat, 5 Jun 2004 12:03:10 -0400, jeff blaclk wrote:You need a dvd burner using dvd decryptor (free off the net) and dvd shrinkto burn it (also free off the net).Both are excellent free software but won't convert pal to ntsc will dvd shrink convert pal to ntsc. A goodplayer is the norcent dp-300 Plays back all regions and converts pal tontsc. Plays vcd svcd xvcd xsvcd and mp3's Plus unauthored vcd and svcd's(mpeg 1 2 data) Just got another dp-300 on EBAY $20.00.I found to convert pal to ntsc you'll need a bunch of software (not allfree) and its quite complex.Another consideration is a multi-standard TV receiver or monitor toplay alternate formats. No problem here in New Zealand where every TVset sold is capable of playing every TV format in common use aroundthe world, but in NTSC broadcast countries I believe they onlymanufacture NTSC only sets. Cuts down on cost.-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Did you know?The computer you are looking at now may be more powerful than the mainframeM.I.T. used in 1972.Consider using the formidable power of your home computer to find a curefor cancer.Click onhttp://www.grid.org/home.htmfor details.I have donated over 3 years of computer time for this purpose. E-mail mewith any questions. I am on hotmail.com as nzLegs or on yahoo.co.nz asnzLegs11.Don't just make a donation, make a difference!Rhino wrote in messagenews:Ll%vc.115777$... Is it possible to convert a DVD from one region and video format toanother? Specifically, is it possible to convert a Region 2/PAL DVD to a Region 1/NTSC format? I would like to order a couple of DVDs for my mother that appear to be available only in Region 2/PAL format. Unfortunately, it appears that our DVD players only handle Region 1/NTSC. Is there any way that we can get a Region 2 disk converted to Region 1?If you have a dvd burner/dvdrom in your pc, during the ripping process youmake the region issue go away, so thats the easy part. Next you would haveto transcode the PAL video to NTSC which can be a sticky process withoutsome knowledge and the ability to understand the tools like Tmpenc, etc...After you have successfully transcoded the video and audio and eliminatedthe potential sync issues during re-muxing, it should be a simple matter ofre-authoring and burning to a blank dvd.Not too many shops would do this IMO since if they got caught it could bequite the fine for them. The cost would be reasonbly prohibitive as well.The suggestion of picking up a cheap region-free player that does PAL-NTSCon the fly is really not far off the mark even for just one or two.you are dealing with 2 different problems, region coding has nothing todo with weather it's NTSC or Pal.To overcome the region problem you can set the region 0 (which will playanywhere) or remove the coding when you rip the dvd.as to the NTSC or Pal most dvd players can be set to convert between thetwo formats, and most newer TV's can play either without too many hasslesregards DougRhino wrote: Is it possible to convert a DVD from one region and video format to another? Specifically, is it possible to convert a Region 2/PAL DVD to a Region 1/NTSC format? I would like to order a couple of DVDs for my mother that appear to be available only in Region 2/PAL format dvd shrink convert pal to ntsc. Unfortunately, it appears that our DVD players only handle Region 1/NTSC. Is there any way that we can get a Region 2 disk converted to Region 1? I know that VHS tapes created in PAL format can be easily converted to NTSC format there are umpteen corner stores that can do that. Is there any comparable process for Region conversions?
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said by janderso1:Most stand alone DVD players can be tricked into playing PAL DVDs (I have two Sonys, a Panasonic, and a Samsung that can be tricked). Rip the DVD to your hard drive. Use Ifoedit to change PAL to NTSC in every IFO and save. Burn the edited files to DVD(s).I read about this technique at Videohelp.com - however most acknowledge this is not a true conversion and only tricks some dvd players into believing the PAL disc is indeed NTSC.Since these are family videos my cousin had converted in England and I'm going to be sharing with many relatives in North America, I want an actual, easy conversion...TIAIt's free though not point and click, but using AVISynth and my mpeg2 encoder (I use TMPGEnc Xpress 4, but any that will accept AVISynth input files will work). First you demux the audio from the video and use something like BeSweet to re-encode the audio and change the frame rate from 25000 to 23976. Now, create your avs file with lines like:AVISource(sourcefile.avi,false)AssumeFPS(ntsc_film)The encoder should then encode using pulldown which will result in a standard NTSC Film frame rate of 23.976. Then just mux that video to the audio you encoded.Not easy, but the results have proven very excellent for me.Most commented news this week Cable Continues to Absolutely Dominate DSL in the States Own a Vizio Smart TV?
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You know most shows like Law & Order SVU and CSI have characters that only have a couple lines in one episodes
DO you know how people get those character's is there tryouts because there are so many of them?
On those "ensemble shows" some characters that may have one line in one episode, may have a larger part in another.
Shows like CSI and Law and Order do not audition actors to say one line, they have a casting director. Sometimes its not about who embodies the character the best like leads, or who says the lines best, but who looks right for the part. And who has proven to be reliable and available.
Also, if you notice, all those people that have one line don't walk in and say their line and leave - sometimes these folks are heavily in scenes, they just don't say anything but are doing a lot. And they always have the chance of being on the cutting room floor equally to be called back for another episode.
If you are interested in being on tv, get a portfolio together and apply to a talent agency. They will decide if they think they can represent you. And also, you have more chance if you move to where things are being shot.
There are shows and movies shot all over the country and sometimes they will use the big agencies to find their leads - but will fill in with local casting sometimes for extra,s etc.
I would try the talent agency in your local market who handles actors and models.
There are sometimes calls for extras but it helps if someone already knows you.
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tomtommy writes... Can I convert NTSC DVD to PAL? If so, how? Yes you can. Check out the link below ... club.cdfreaks.com/f112/h...-ntsc-pal-154309Best way would be to re-encode the source material if you have it.
Otherwise the link gives several options. And dont forget things like PAL audio speedup issue when converting. Here is a link to articles that ocntain detailed explanations re: differences b/w NTSC and PAL that need to be considered when doing conversions. www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.htmlHendikins writes... Given you are completely rejecting the easiest and best possible solution to your stated problem with NTSC playback (namely configuring you equipment correctly), Ive got a question for you.
We dont always have the luxury of assuming that the DVD will be played on equipment that has been configured correctly. DVDs can be passed along to other people who wouldnt have a clue about the NTSC / PAL thing. Sure, much equipment can handle the NTSC / PAL playback with default configurations, but not always. In Australia, using PAL format DVDs when possible makes everything a lot easier.
The question as to whether going through the trouble of a conversion process is worthwhile is really up to the individuals preference. (Personally, I wouldnt bother, but I can understand why others like tom might want to)Cheers :)Broadband Choosing an ISP Broadband NBN Networking Modems/Routers Networking Voice over IP Peer to peer IT Industry Telecomms Web hosting Web development Programming Server management Companies Telstra Broadband Optus Broadband iiNet Group Internode TPG Eftel/ClubTelco/aaNet Exetel Adam iPrimus Dodo Connections Other broadband Regional Last century International New Zealand ISPs Mobile Mobile carriers Wireless ISPs Mobile phones iPhone iPad Android phones Android tablets Windows Phone Computers Desktops Monitors/video Notebooks Peripherals Windows Apple Linux/BSD Life Jobs Education Graduate programs Finance Lifestyle Travel Entertainment Home theatre TV shows Movies Music Gaming Sport Lounges Automotive Photography Gadgets Home Green tech On the web Help Whirlpool FAQ Community rules Moderation FAQ Rep code of conduct Legal complaints Tips Scroll to top Sections Hardware database Knowledge base Job board Whirlpool.net.auCopyright Whirlpool.net.au( Legal )Bulletproof Networks Managed AWSPowered by BulletproofConvertXtoDVD gives you the tools you need to take any video files from your computer and burn them to a DVD. While this procedure has always been possible, this program removes the complications and makes the process accessible to even novice users. ProsExcellent interface: When you open this app, its clear what you need to do to add files, how to make any desired adjustments, and then convert and burn them to a DVD. All technical aspects of the process are handled for you, and optimal settings are automatically chosen. But if you have more experience with this process and want to customize elements of the converted file, you can adjust things like brightness, contrast, and aspect ratio, and you can make edits, all from the main window.
Chapters and subtitles: Another nice feature of this program is the way it automatically adds chapters to the files you process to burn to your DVD based on their details. You can also manually adjust the placement of these chapters and add subtitles before burning. ConsTrial limitations: The trial version of this app produces a watermark on converted files, so its good for getting a feel for the programs capabilities; but to produce anything useable, youll have to purchase a license for 44.99. Bottom LineConvertXtoDVD gives users of all skill and experience levels the ability to create DVDs from files stored on the computer. The finished DVDs can play on any DVD player, so you can enjoy your movies on your own TV or send them to friends and family without worry that they wont be able to play them. Editors note: This is a review of the trial version of ConvertXtoDVD 18.104.22.168From VSO Software:ConvertXtoDVD is a 1 click solution to convert and burn your movie files to a compatible DVD playable on your home DVD player.
ConvertXtoDVD supports the most popular types of video and subtitles file. Equipped with a fast and quality encoder you get excellent results quickly. The recommended settings are selected so that you get the best result possible. If you do decide to edit your videos or change any settings a live preview will help validate any editing you do to your video before the conversion. Choose fullscreen or widescreen (4:3 or 16:9) as well as your choice for NTSC or PAL.
You can create your own menu, merge files, add custom chapters, remove unwanted parts of the video such as commercials, rotate videos, change the brightness/contrast/sharpness, and includes an audio normalizer. Multiple audio and subtitle tracks are supported. Subtitles can be converted as external subtitles or embedded into the video, and can be tweaked to your desire: color, font, code page, positioning and so on. Audio, video, and subtitle synchronization can be corrected with an easy to use offset feature.
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User guide included and VSO support guaranteed for your slightest problems. 2 starsPoor output qualityOctober 10, 2015By N1900Z2015-10-10 22:25:50By N1900ZVersion: ConvertXtoDVD 22.214.171.124ProsIt works, it will take video and convert it to DVD format so you can then burn it to a disc and play it on any DVD player. Cons1. Output quality is really lacking. For instance, I take a 4.3gb video file that looks great. I convert it with and burn it.
It only uses up half the available disc space. making the video like 2gb maybe at best. now when I play that disc, the picture looks crappy, especially on any flat screen digital tv. you can see the little blocks of grain like when you have a video that has too low a bit rate.
If the medium has the room, why cant use the space and output the video in a higher bitrate? There are no settings to correct this or make it come out better, you basically get what you get with this program. People on the forums will tell you, well it does not use all your disc space because it does not need it. WRONG. 2.
Often newer versions of this program really suck, you will suddenly get audio issues, errors or it just will not work at all, so you end up reverting to a much older version that actually works. SummaryIf anyone can recommend a better program that will take advantage of your full disc space and put out higher bit rate DVDs... Please share. Reply to this reviewWas this review helpful? (0) (0)5 starsExcellent, simple to use but very powerful video-to-DVDAugust 26, 20152015-08-26 17:23:26Version: ConvertXtoDVD 126.96.36.199ProsSimple but very powerful video converter.
Plenty of advanced features for tweaking your DVD output if you care to dig in and get the most of this converter. It has ability to cut off unneeded parts of the converting video. Excellent handling of subtitles in various formats with ability to adjust font, position, color, etc. Interface itself is very well designed showing all relevant info. After you use it few times you will never look back and will stop searching for perfect video-to-DVD converter - because you found it in VSOs . ConsIt will be nice from VSO to merge their 5 video converters into one.
At the end they all do the same with slightly different output. So why not have one powerful program having it all? SummaryAfter trying many paid and free video-to-DVD converters, I strongly believe I found the perfect one which suits All my conversion needs. VSO provides regular updates meaning they care for their customers. Provided manual is comprehensive and easy to read.
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